The Luxury Turks and Caicos All Inclusive Resorts To Stay At
Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts make vacationing easy. We chose the Beach House Turks and Caicos in Providenciales which is an adults only Turks and Caicos all inclusive that’s part of the Turks and Caicos Collection All Inclusive Luxury Turks and Caicos Resorts and here’s why. We were actually looking for a Turks and Caicos luxury resort hotel on Grace Bay as the other hotel we were booked at couldn’t accommodate us for the entire 8 nights so we needed somewhere for the first 2 nights. The Beach House Turks and Caicos is a laid back, unpretentious Turks and Caicos boutique hotel and seemed the perfect haven to start the vacation and unwind. Especially since it’s an adults only all inclusive resort and only has 21 rooms, we knew it would be peaceful.
There are 3 hotels in the Turks and Caicos Collection All Inclusive Luxury Turks and Caicos Resorts ranging in price and size.
Turks and Caicos Collection All Inclusive Luxury Turks and Caicos Resorts | Beach House Turks and Caicos
The Beach House Turks and Caicos is unfortunately changing hands on September 1st but there are other hotels in this Turks and Caicos Luxury Collection that are similar and this blog is a good place to learn about this hotel groups service, food and quality. The other luxury Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts in this group are Blue Haven and Alexandra Resort which are both all-inclusive and for families (not adults only).
Blue Haven Resort has 51 rooms and starts at around $675 per night to $3200 depending on when you go and how far in advance you book.
Alexandra Resort is great for families and has 120 guest rooms. Prices range from $560 to $1500 and there’s some great last minute sales on hotels.com right now.
Why stay at the Beach House Beach House Turks and Caicos, Providenciales
There were so many reasons we chose the Beach House as our adults only Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort. We never stay at all inclusive resorts as we like to go out and explore and try different restaurants and beach bars but there were so many other pluses to this Turks and Caicos boutique hotel that sold us on it.
Obviously we wanted to be on Grace Bay as it’s one of our favorite beaches (after Schoal Bay east and the Maldives). Another one of the biggest factors was that it was adults only. We really enjoy peaceful, romantic vacations and adults only are always a plus to us.
The other unique experience the Beach House offers is their champagne and caviar hour from 6-7pm every night. They serve unlimited Veuve Clicquot with the option to saber it which is always fun. Plus excellent oysters and caviar on blinis and cucumber. It’s a really lovely social hour that ends at the perfect time to walk down to the beach with a glass of bubbles to watch sunset.
Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort | Beach House Beach House Turks and Caicos Providenciales Review
The Rooms at the Beach House Turks and Caicos
There are 4 room options at this adults only Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort: 1 or 2 bedroom poolside or oceanfront suites. We stayed in the 1 bedroom poolside suite which at 1150 square foot felt spacious for a hotel room. The whole vibe of this Turks and Caicos boutique hotel is very shabby chic and Hamptons-ish even down to the boardwalk to the beach. The suite included:
- A living room
- Fully equipped kitchen, which seemed a little odd in a luxury all inclusive resort but gave us more space.
- En suite bathroom
- Private deck with a day bed and dining table and chairs
- Private path straight to the pool and restaurant.
The bathroom is small for a suite of this size and only had a single sink. It felt a little dated to me but my husband said it felt more shabby chic to me and didn’t feel dated. The shower is only overhead and doesn’t have a lower setting or hand held so if you’re not planning on washing your hair every time you shower bring a shower cap.
The black out curtains were great for the bright mornings and the room was quiet all of the time, throughout the day and night. The only issue we had was that the bed was extremely loud and creaky.
Beach House Turks and Caicos luxury all inclusive resort amenities
The Beach House Turks and Caicos adults only all inclusive resorts private beach is immaculate. One of the beauties of this resorts beach is that each room has their own dedicated beach chairs so there’s no need to try and get out early to reserve them. The water is pristine as with all of Turks and Caicos and there were no vendors approaching you.
The Beach House Turks and Caicos All Inclusive adults only resort beach bar is right on the beach for lunch and cocktails so that you don’t have to walk back to the resort. Make sure to pack 40% + deet bug repellant as there are sand flies all along Grace Bay, Providenciales not just in this location.
We didn’t try the spa or the gym but the gym looked well equipped. The spa was just 1 small room on the beach so we decided to wait until we were at the bigger Turks and Caicos hotel to use the spa.
The Beach House also has complimentary bikes, paddle boards, snorkeling, and kayaking. As well as free wifi and parking.
Turks and Caicos All Inclusive | The Food
Beach House Breakfast
Don’t skip breakfast at the Beach House as it was a great way to start the day. The breakfasts are a la carte rather than buffet style, fresh and excellent. With choices of both sweet and savory dishes, fresh fruit juices, sides and good coffee. With only 21 rooms in this luxury Turks and Caicos boutique hotel, we were sometimes the only ones at breakfast.
There’s also a pool side juice bar that’s open in the morning for fresh smoothies.
Lunch was the only meal I have complaints about at this adults only all inclusive resort. It was incredibly basic and everything was pre-seasoned and spicy. Having a pepper allergy that meant lunch at the Beach House resort wasn’t an option for me.
We visited the Alexandra Resort for lunch instead on the 2nd day and they were able to cook the Mahi Mahi fresh for me. The Alexandra Resort is much bigger and buzzier than the Beach House and has a younger crowd, most of which were families and big groups. It’s still right on Grace Bay beach and has a lot of activities and things going on.
When I’m staying at a luxury all-inclusive I expect better quality bread and meal options than what I’d compare to the most basic of sports bar food. One of the benefits of staying at the Turks and Caicos Collection of all inclusive hotels is that you can dine at any of their sister properties. However, the lunch menu is pretty much the same menu at all of the all-inclusives so you don’t really ned to try another hotel, except for dinner if you want something different.
It was our first time staying at an all inclusive and after lunch we were a little nervous about dinner. However, dinner was excellent. The food was cooked and seasoned to perfection and beautifully presented. The fact that this is a Turks and Caicos boutique hotel and they’re catering for so few guests where you have a table for the evening allows them to be able to spend time preparing and cooking everything. Versus a hotel with lots of guests where they’re trying to turn tables..
Neither of us liked our desserts though which were unfortunately very dry.
My recommendation is definitely to stay at whichever all inclusive resort you book to save time and also if you’re booking a higher rated hotel, there’s no point going to a lower rated hotel.
If you want more of a celebratory atmosphere for dinner, Fire and Ice at Blue Haven All Inclusive Resort is modern, vibrant and buzzing with live music. There’s a lot of choice on the menu but service is more on island time so go for a leisurely dinner.
Wine and alcohol
The choice of liquor and cocktails at this Turks and Caicos luxury resort is excellent and the bar tender made really good martini’s. Definitely make sure you go the the champagne and caviar hour at the Beach House as it’s one of the highlights of the hotel.
When it comes to the wine, we were disappointed with this Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts selection. The chardonnay was undrinkable as was the rosé which wasn’t even rosé but cheap white zinfandel. These might be fine at a regular all-inclusive but for a luxury all-inclusive which is normally over $1000 per night, I expect a better selection of wine to be included.
Most of the service was some of the friendliest and most efficient on the island. Everything came out correct and they genuinely seemed happy to be there.
Beach House Providenciales Pros & Cons
- Location on Grace Bay Providenciales and walking distance to Somewhere Bar which is a chill beach bar for lunch and cocktails (pro tip: avoid the 12:30-1:30pm lunch rush).
- Non smoking Turks and Caicos luxury resort
- 21 rooms for a boutique resort feel
- Adults only
- Champagne and caviar hour
- Breakfast and dinner
- All guests are gifted hydro flasks and cute raffia beach totes you’ll actually want to use.
- Allocated beach loungers so there’s no need to rush to save or reserve one.
- Chill, quiet and romantic.
- Bottom shelf wines and very limited choice for a Turks and Caicos luxury resort
- Lunch was extremely basic and spicy
- Only a single sink and shower in the bathroom.
Are all inclusives in Turks and Caicos worth it
This depends on the type of vacation your’e looking for and what you’re planning on doing there. We have friends who always go to all inclusives wherever they go who don’t even leave their resorts but that’s not our kind of vacation. We like to go out and explore the country or island and eat at as many different places as possible.
So if you’re going to the Turks and Caicos intending to just have a relaxing vacation at the resort and not having to worry about bills at every meal or looking for an adults only all inclusive resort, then all inclusive is probably the way to go. Especially if you drink a decent amount of alcohol. Otherwise, you’re probably better off at one of the other resorts like Seven Stars resort.
There are several Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts to choose from besides the Turks and Caicos Collection (Beach House Turks and Caicos boutique hotel, Blue Haven, Alexandra), including Beaches, Club Med and Turkoise. The all inclusives do tend to be quite a lot more expensive than the non all inclusives in Turks and Caicos so it’s worth taking the time to price them out and see if the all inclusives make sense for you.
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Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort | Beach House Pricing
The Turks and Caicos collection of all inclusive hotels has something for everyone and resorts of all sizes from 21 rooms to 150 rooms. These luxury all inclusive resorts range in price depending on the season and how far in advance you book. Look at their rates here to see if an all inclusive resort makes sense for you:
Where is Turks and Caicos
I discovered the Turks and Caicos when I was Dance Caption on the cruise ships and we use to go to Grand Turk and Half Moon Cay. The Turks and Caicos are in the West Indies also known as the Caribbean Basin and are a United Kingdom Territory. The Turks and Caico Islands (TCI for short) are a group of 2 islands (the Turks and the Caicos) southeast of the Bahamas and North of the Dominican Republic.
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