An all-inclusive hotel is every traveler’s dream.
You get to enjoy the finest accommodations, cuisines at exquisite restaurants, unlimited drinks, and plenty of complimentary services without worrying about a hefty bill.
For a relaxing and cost-effective Caribbean experience, here are the best all-inclusive hotels in Turks and Caicos that I have had the chance to visit.
1. Alexandra Resort
Having traveled to many islands and exotic places, Alexandra Resort is one of the best all-inclusive hotels I’ve stayed at in my global excursions.
The exquisite ocean views, the sunset at Grace Bay Beach, and the live Caribbean dance performances quite literally took my breath away.
I can’t wrap my head around how almost all the staff knew me by name! Courteous and ever-smiling, the staff went above and beyond to ensure that I had a very memorable stay.
Alexandra Resort is located on the gorgeous Grace Beach, popular with vacationers and water sports enthusiasts.
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That notwithstanding, the resort is within 5km of other beaches; Long Bay, Pelican, Bebelua, and Sunset.
The Children Park is 2km away, while the Providenciales International Airport is a 10-minute drive (8km) from the venue.
- Hearty meals at any of the seven onsite restaurants
- Unlimited domestic and premium beverages
- 24-hour access to the fitness room
- Free bicycle rentals
- Shuttle services
- Snorkeling gear
- Water Trampolines
- Use of kayaks and sail Boats
- Room service
- Spa treatments or massages
- Babysitting services
- Motorized water sports
- Airport transfers
- Island tours
2. Blue Haven Resort
The Alexandria Resort gets so packed and busy in peak season that they made Blue Haven Resort to increase capacity.
Tucked away on the marina facing the exquisite Mangrove Cay, the scenery at the resort is out of this world. The sweeping sea views, bustling mangroves, and vast biodiversity will highlight your visit.
A private beach area, well-groomed lawns, crisp air, and turquoise waters offer couples a tranquil and romantic atmosphere.
Besides, the staffs are excellent, and there is no better place in Turks and Caicos to celebrate a birthday or wedding anniversary.
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The complimentary shuttle services operate all day so that you can visit the sister facility, Alexandria Resort, as much as you please.
While a Blue Haven Resort, you must try out the mangrove tour to explore the magnificence of Mother Nature. The experience will leave you awestruck!
Things To Do in Turks and Caicos
Residents of Turks and Caicos are warm and friendly to tourists, so venture away from your hotel to get a wholesome experience of these Caribbean Islands.
With so much to explore, we have narrowed it down to these five activities:
The Turk & Caicos Islands are home to the third-largest barrier reef in the world.
The calm, crystal clear waters have a thriving marine life, from colorful coral formations to unique fauna and reef fish species.
The reef is easily accessible whether you are an experienced or novice diver, with the vibrance and variety on display leaving you yearning for more.
2. Parasailing Adventures
Enjoy panoramic aerial views of Turks and Caicos’ Grace Bay Beach area for around 12-15 minutes, gliding 200 feet (60 m) in the air.
Photography services are available to capture the magical experience and ensure your memories last a lifetime.
If you approve, your kids can join in on the excitement if they are over 9 years old.
3. Beach Horseback Riding
Imagine riding a horse on water; how cool is that?
At Long Bay Beach, you will find horses gleefully wading through its shallow turquoise waters.
The horses are well-trained and make for a relaxing evening stroll along the four-mile stretch of white sandy beach and the nearby Provo nature trails.
4. Experience the Turks and Caicos Fish Fry
Bight Park in Providenciales comes alive every Thursday night as locals and tourists congregate to sample sumptuous fish cuts caught earlier in the day.
It is a night of cultural exchange with live music and dancing, further charging up the euphoric atmosphere.
5. Explore the Chalk Sound
The Chalk Sound area has one of the best natural scenery in Turks and Caicos.
Limestones protrude from the turquoise Caribbean ocean, forming rugged mini islands with lush green grass.
Iguanas and swift lizards basking on the rocks is a common sight.
The crystal clear blue waters in the lagoon are relatively shallow (6 feet), making it a hotspot for stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking.
The Alexandria and Blue Haven Resorts are the best all-inclusive hotel in Turks and Caicos. Bar from the location change, their exceptional service is identical.
Regardless of where you book, you will still have access to experience both of these world-class facilities. It provides value for money, and you will relish your time here!