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Where to Stay at Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages

Fodor's logoFodor's 5/06/2014 Amanda D'Acierno and Eric Wechter

Just three weeks ago, Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages and Spa officially opened Key West Village, bringing the all-inclusive resort's total room count to 758. Not only does the new village help the resort meet increasing demand, but it also gives guests—whose return rate is an impressive 85 percent—three new restaurants to choose from, as well as more room categories, from studios to four-bedroom suites. With small pools and enclosed courtyards, Key West Village provides a more intimate feel than the resort's other three villages. Together, each of the property's four distinct villages offers something special: The Caribbean, Italian, and Key West villages are all located directly on Grace Bay Beach, a luxurious 12-mile stretch of sand along the Atlantic Ocean, while the resort's French Village is closer to activities and events.

The property may spread over 75 acres, but if you're traveling with friends, it's easy for each family to choose different villages and still spend plenty of time with the group. The entire property comes together in a way that truly creates one of the most worry-free environments you'll ever experience on vacation: Discovery Dining lets you sample any of the resort's 19 restaurants, kids zones are scattered throughout, shopping is in a central location, and you're never far from an open bar (liquor included!). It all makes for very happy wandering. There's a lot to love about each village, but matching your family's vacation style (active and fast-paced, or peaceful and laid-back) to the right village will greatly enhance your experience. Below, some things to consider before you book.

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Beaches Turks and Caicos has an astounding 43 room categories and an incredible menu of daily and nightly activities for every member of the family. It's a lot to research on your own, so it's helpful to talk to an expert. Susan Peavey Travel is a Platinum Preferred Agency for Sandals, Beaches. She stays at the property throughout the year and can answer any questions or concerns you may have for your family. Her personal knowledge and inside access to some great deals are invaluable—luckily it's free! There's no charge to book through her agency. 

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