Grace Bay Beach at the Club Med Resort, Providenciales.
The Turks and Caicos has several all-inclusive resorts to choose from. These accommodations range from the expansive
Beaches Turks and Caicos and
Club Med Turkoise resorts, to smaller luxury resorts with all-inclusive packages.
Find the Perfect Turks and Caicos All-inclusive Resort
Providenciales is home to much of the tourism development in the Turks and Caicos Islands, yet not all of the all-inclusive resorts are on this island. There’s a full range of atmospheres and settings to choose from, including family-friendly resorts, quaint boutique beach houses, and luxurious secluded retreats.
On the island of Grand Turk, the small yet select
Bohio Dive Resort on
Pillory Beach offers an all-inclusive packages for scuba divers and non-divers alike.
All inclusive resorts on Grace Bay Beach.
Beaches Turks and Caicos
Beaches Resort is located in central Providenciales on the western side of
Grace Bay. The complex features four “village” enclaves, each with a slightly different theme. There’s a wonderful selection of water sports and activities to choose from, along with a water park, 6 swimming pools, and 20 restaurants and bars. Beaches is a great choice for families and
children due to the countless things to do.
Of all the Turks and Caicos all-inclusive resorts, Beaches offers the greatest selection of restaurants, along with a the most convenient dining and drink policies.
The remote and low-density Amanyara Resort at Malcolm’s Road Beach.
The coast fronting the resort offers both a
beautiful beach and low limestone ocean cliff, and vibrant reef and
snorkelling can be seen close off shore. The west side of Providenciales is located close to the clean and deep blue water off the Caicos Islands plateau, and it’s difficult to find a more majestic view than the vibrant ocean hues, breaking waves and white sand beaches of this area.
The concierge at Amanyara is able to arrange activities, services and transport for guests, including golf, yacht charters, island tours and more.
Club Med Turkoise
The oldest still-operating accommodation on the island,
Club Med is the single adult only resort in the country. It’s found on the eastern side of
This site offers a great selection of
water sports, and there’s always a party going on. The average room here can be a little small, but the price isn’t too bad there’s plenty to do.
It’s possible for visitors not staying at Club Med to buy a day or evening pass, which allows access to the resort’s activities and attractions.
Both rooms in the resort and stand-alone
villas are available as accommodations, depending on personal preference and group size.
This resort is a natural choice for those simply looking for tranquillity and privacy. There’s an incredible beach, Lotus Restaurant, the Shambala Spa, and little more – the perfect tropical destination.
Boutique Turks and Caicos All-inclusive Hotels
If you’d rather avoid an expansive resort environment, there are several smaller luxury hotels on Providenciales that feature all-inclusive deals.
If you’re looking for laid-back luxury, the adults-only
Beach House on the
Bight Beach is the perfect retreat. This quiet hotel isn’t extensive, yet it’s within easy walking distance of the snorkelling at the
Blue Haven Resort at the Leeward region of Providenciales offers a private beach, onsite
marina, and a great complement of amenities.
Is an All-Inclusive the Best Choice?
The secluded Parrot Cay Resort.
Do to the high regional crime rates, all-inclusive resorts are very popular and make sense in many other regional countries such as Jamaica, Mexico and the Bahamas. Fortunately, the Turks and Caicos is one of the safer countries in the Caribbean and consequently the considerations of an all-inclusive stay are a little different.
We don’t believe that staying at an all-inclusive is necessarily the best choice in the Turks and Caicos, but it may make sense depending on how you like to spend your vacation and what your budget is.
The total costs for an all-inclusive stay will usually be higher than the costs of a typical vacation, but dining and activity choices can really close the price gap.
Restaurants and food in general are quite expensive in the Turks and Caicos, and three prepared meals and drinks per day can add up. In addition, some amenities offered by the all-inclusive resorts, such as complimentary
scuba diving and spa treatments at Beaches Turks and Caicos, can make an all-inclusive resort a good choice from a financial perspective. The water park at Beaches can make this a good choice for families with children, whereas couple and adults may prefer the adults-only Club Med.
The water park at Beaches Turks and Caicos.
Both Beaches and Club Med are located directly on the beach, and offer rooms and suites with stunning ocean views.
The Turks and Caicos is of course one of the leading Caribbean beach destinations, and our spectacular coasts are crowned by
Grace Bay, one of the top beaches in the world. All-inclusive vacations can be great if you’re looking to simply enjoy the beach as every one of our all-inclusive hotels is located on a prime stretch of coast.
Offsite activities and island day trips are also usually not included with all-inclusive packages. Other than non-powered watersport equipment use at the resort and some
boat cruise trips, you’ll pay for anything else out of your own pocket. Whereas some hotels and resorts include tee time at the
Provo Golf Club, the major all-inclusive resorts do not.
One of our
top recommended activities for visitors to Providenciales is to
take a day trip to one of the country’s smaller islands. Spending a day away from your all-inclusive resort to visit another island or some of Providenciales’s smaller beaches can diminish the value of your vacation package.
Several of the luxury resorts on Grace Bay Beach now offer all-inclusive vacation deals, which brings the tranquillity of a smaller resort. Some of these smaller accommodations share management and have arrangements that allow all-inclusive guests to enjoy the facilities, restaurants, and transport of all participating resorts, which broadens the dining and ambiance experience.
A 12% government accommodation tax is applicable on all stays. This may or may not be included in posted rates.
All other taxes or service fees, including “city tax”, are not government imposed.
Booking direct with the accommodation will usually give you the best price.
Some all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos include complimentary airport transport, and other do not. In the case of the remote resorts, transport fees may be significant. Inquire when you book.