10 pools, Red Lane® Spa*, waterpark, dive school*, fitness centre, kids’ club, teen lounge and nightclub, tennis courts, Wi-Fi
Restaurants & bars
The dining options at Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa are seemingly endless with 21 restaurants and 15 bars on site. The international and local buffet restaurant Reflections is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (closed on Friday evenings) and will cater for the varying tastes of your family
For European cuisine there is a selection of venues at which you can dine. Mario's specialises in dishes inspired by Italy's Lombardia region, while at Giuseppe's you can enjoy Tuscan-inspired fare either in the dining room or out on the terrace. At Bella Napoli Pizzeria you can dine on wood-fired pizzas on the open-air piazza. An alternative venue for pizzas is Dino's Pizzeria Italiana. For fresh and flavoursome Mediterranean fare and a waterside setting spend your breakfast, lunch or dinner time at the seafood bistro Neptunes. Le Petit Chateau is a country-style French restaurant serving specialities including frog's legs. To enjoy a relaxed French café atmosphere head to Café de Paris where you can enjoy a coffee and a pastry. For something a little closer to home try The Cricketer's Pub, where traditional pub grub is served.
For a taste of the Caribbean, enjoy an evening at the adults-only venue Sapodilla's where there's a chic dining room and a delightful terrace which overlooks the gardens. Arizona's is a Tex-Mex restaurant serving dishes such as fajitas, barbecue chicken, burgers and curly fries whereas the The Jerk Shack is the place to head for jerk style cuisine and a relaxed environment.
Those who love food inspired by Eastern cultures should try Kimonos, a Teppanyaki-style eatery where you can witness a fun and interactive show as well as dinner. The Asian restaurant Soy is an intimate restaurant with oriental décor where you can enjoy mouthwatering and inventive sushi dishes.
The fruits of the sea can be sampled at a selection of restaurants including Barefoot by the Sea, a beach front, open-air restaurant which has a sand floor and views over the Caribbean Sea. At the nautically-themed Schooners, another beach-front, al fresco venue, you can enjoy catch-of-the-day grilled dishes.
A couple of firm favourites with younger guest include Dino's Courtyard Bistro where children (and adults) can feast on Italian snacks, burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, ice-cream and mocktails and Bobby Dee's, a diner set in the Jolly Roger ship on Pirate's Island. Here treats including pizza, burgers, fries and chicken nuggets are served
Spa & wellness
Kids Camp available for children aged 0-5 and 6-12. There are also programmes for teens aged 11-17.
What’s nearby? Grace Bay is just one section of a long crescent of sand on Providenciales’ north-east coast, and the whole stretch is prime scuba diving and snorkelling territory. Smiths Reef out west is one of the most popular spots for snorkelling, and there’s also a popular Thursday night fish fry on the beach at The Bight Park nearby.
Tried and tested Sesame Street characters make regular appearances here, and we particularly love the Sesame Street Live Parade on Tuesday evenings. Older children and teens can head to the Xbox Play Lounge, open all day until 11pm. And if they want to take part in the Bubble Maker or PADI Seal scuba programmes* they’ll need to be aged eight and over.
The sleeping arrangements The Italian Village has lots of spacious family suites that have separate children’s rooms, including a six-person option where children sleep on a combination of bunk beds and trundle beds. For older children, larger families and groups, we recommend the three and four bedroom villas at Key West Village. The four-bedroom villas have a kitchen, living room and sleep 10 people over three floors.
There's a 12-mile, powdery white-sand beach.
Diving is included for certified divers (2 free dives a day). For guests without certification, diving is available at extra cost.
*Denotes local charge