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The Turks and Caicos is home to a great range of hotels and resorts that are either all-inclusive or feature all-inclusive vacation packages, and it’s possible to find the perfect resort atmosphere for nearly any vacation.
If you’re still undecided on whether an all-inclusive hotel is right for your vacation, see Turks and Caicos All-inclusive Resorts for detailed information on what they offer, prices, and alternatives.
The best prices and packages are typically had by booking direct with the resort, and some all-inclusive packages are only available direct. Hotels often have seasonal specials and inclusions, so it also makes sense to ask for them. If you're looking for vacation deals, also check Budget Vacation Guide.
The Turks and Caicos does beaches better than any other Caribbean destination, and all of these resorts are located on breathtaking white sand beaches with turquoise waters. Many are beachfront on Grace Bay, which needs no introduction, and others are found on our less-populated islands, yet nevertheless feature an amazing oceanfront location with a view.
East Bay Resort is a leading all-inclusive getaway choice for water sports and beach enthusiasts. The property is located on beautiful East Bay Beach on South Caicos and features spacious and modern rooms finished with marble.
East Bay Resort’s main focus is scuba diving, and it’s location on the eastern edge of the Caicos Banks is exceptional for the activity. There’s a wealth of exquisite dive sites to explore, including intricate gullies and swim-through features, to an airplane wreck.
Diving is only one of the water sports that South Caicos excellent for. Snorkeling is likewise amazing, and some of the best kayaking and paddleboarding locations in the Turks and Caicos are found surrounding the small uninhabited cays between South Caicos and East Caicos. Sport fishing, including bonefishing, reef fishing, and deep sea fishing, is also excellent.
For those seeking an active outdoor vacation at a laid-back yet elegant resort, it’s hard to do better than East Bay Resort.
If you’re simply seeking a Grace Bay Beach all-inclusive resort that offers nice rooms and a modern setting, the Alexandra Resort can be a great option at a great price. Available are one, two, three, and four-bedroom suites, and onsite are several restaurants and bars, as well as an Elevate Spa location.
As part of the Turks and Caicos Collection, guests staying at the Alexandra Resort may freely use the amenities and dining at Blue Haven Resort, and complimentary transport is provided between the two hotels.
Alexandra Resort is perfect for those seeking an all-inclusive stay on Grace Bay Beach with the quintessential beachfront location, pool, and contemporary rooms, yet don’t require an extensive selection of superfluous activities and amenities.
The expansive Club Med Turkoise all-inclusive resort is the oldest still-operating hotel in the Turks and Caicos, having opened in 1984. The adult-only accommodation is located on nearly 2000 feet (590 m) of what is probably the best section of world-famous Grace Bay Beach, with very sheltered conditions and a wide beach.
The resort was recently refurbished, yet still offers one of the best values in a local resort. There’s a great range of land and water sports to enjoy, including a large fleet of Hobie Cat sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling and scuba diving excursions, charters to uninhabited cays, seven tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts, a fitness center, and trapeze.
Club Med Turkoise features some of the best rates of any all-inclusive in the Turks and Caicos, has a great range of outdoor things to do, has some nightlife and entertainment, is located on one of the best parts of Grace Bay Beach, and is adults-only. If you don't require luxury, Club Med is a bargain for all-inclusive vacations in the Turks and Caicos. Adjacent to the east of Club Med is Ocean Club, and to the west, Royal West Indies Resort. Neither is extensive, so the beach fronting Club Med typically offers plenty of space and no crowds.
The Meridian Club is a small luxury hotel on the picturesque private island of Pine Cay. The cay is a unique place: golf carts are the primary means of transport, and the only restaurant and shopping is located at the hotel. More so than the other islands in the Turks and Caicos, Pine Cay has the feel of ‘Old Providenciales’, a time and place when the tourism industry hadn’t gotten into full swing, everything was very quiet, and there were miles of deserted and amazing beaches to experience.
Pine Cay is located about 15 minutes away by boat from Providenciales, so after landing at the Providenciales International Airport, it’s necessary to drive to the Leeward area, where the passenger ferry to Pine Cay is met.
The Meridian Club offers different packages that include meals, drinks, and both. Accommodations may be at the hotel itself, or one of the many vacation homes on the cay.
The Meridian Club is great for a laid-back yet upscale vacation, is secluded, and is beachfront on one of the best beaches in the Turks and Caicos. Pine Cay is a private island, and tranquil paradise.
The expansive and action-packed Beaches Turks and Caicos family all-inclusive resort is made up of four ‘villages’, with a total of 758 rooms, 21 restaurants, a water park, a full range of water sports, and six large swimming pools.
Beaches Turks and Caicos offers by far the largest collection of attractions, things to do, and restaurants of any resort in the Turks and Caicos. It can be a great choice for families with kids.
Accommodation options at beaches range from one and two bedroom suites, to multiple bedroom standalone villas. 24-hour butler service and spa packages may also be arranged.
Beaches Turks and Caicos is unrivaled in their impressive collection of things to do and restaurants. Kids and younger teens will love the resort. With 21 restaurants, there is a menu that'll make everyone happy.
Bohio Dive Resort is a small boutique dive-centric hotel that has a few all-inclusive vacation packages. The accommodation is located on the quiet and calm Pillory Beach, and has a good collection of water sport amenities, including kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, a Hobie Cat sailboat, and of course snorkel and dive equipment. Scuba divers will appreciate their dive packages.
There’s plenty for non-divers too. Onsite is Guanahani Restaurant, which is one of the best restaurants on Grand Turk, a bar, and Oceanscapes Spa. Boat and snorkeling charters can also be arranged to Gibbs Cay, or to watch humpback whales during their winter wing of migration in the islands.
Bohio Dive Resort is the only hotel on Grand Turk that offers an all-inclusive package. It’s a great accommodation choice for scuba diving, a really nice beach location, and a laid-back yet refined tropical atmosphere. The beach fronting the resort is beautiful, with calm, clear water and white sand.
The exclusive Ambergris Cay Resort is located on the remote and private island of Ambergris Cay, and features an experience unlike the other islands in the Turks and Caicos. Guests fly in via small plane, and are met at the island’s small airport. Accommodations may be either the resort’s one-bedroom beachfront villa suites, or one of the island’s private vacation homes.
The central resort location has a gourmet restaurant, a spa, and large swimming pool. A clubhouse location is another dining option, and hosts activities and water sports equipment.
Ambergris Cay and its uninhabited nature reserve counterpart of Little Ambergris Cay have spectacular environments, with miles of secluded coastlines and beaches. The cays support critical populations of the endangered and endemic Turks and Caicos Islands rock iguanas, Caicos Boas, and rainbow boas, all three of which are unique, rare, and friendly reptiles.
Being on a remote private island, Ambergris Cay Resort is the most exclusive all-inclusive resort in the Turks and Caicos. The resort excels for those seeking seclusion and an exquisite natural outdoor environment. This resort is a great choice for those that want a premium experience like that at the private Parrot Cay Resort or Amanyara Resort, yet want an all-inclusive vacation. Due to the cay's remote location, tours and charters are best arranged through the resort.
Blue Haven Resort is part of the Turks and Caicos Collection, and guests that book at this luxury hotel may access the amenities and dining of the counterpart property of Alexandra Resort.
Blue Haven is located at the picturesque and upscale residential region of Leeward on the eastern end of Providenciales. Onsite are three bars and restaurants, The Market, which is a small grocery store and deli, and a branch of the Elevate Spa.
Guests staying here may also access the amenities at the Alexandra Resort. Mangrove Cay and the Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve, which offers some of the best kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding near Providenciales, fronts Blue Haven Resort. This resort is one of the few in the country that features a beach that could be considered ‘private’.
The Windsong resort on the western edge of Grace Bay Beach offers an often-overlooked all-inclusive package. Competing with the Alexandra Resort, the all-inclusive package at The Windsong offers simply an upscale stay at Grace Bay Beach, without any specific specialty.
The resort has the Dune restaurant with beachfront dining, a poolside café, and a coffee bar. Onsite is one of the few heated pools at a local hotel, Drift Spa, a fitness center, and a nice collection of water sport amenities.
The Windsong is directly beachfront on the Bight Reef, which is the most popular snorkeling reef in the Turks and Caicos. Grace Bay Beach continues to the east of the resort, and the Bight Beach to the west.