There are actually just a handful of true all-inclusive resorts here, and only one Turks & Caicos all-inclusive adults-only resort (Club Med Turkoise). However, many resorts offer complimentary breakfast, watersports, and amenities and some offer all-inclusive packages. Of these, a few have such a luxurious and isolated atmosphere that you can find plenty of privacy.
Read on to learn about the 4 best options for Turks and Caicos all inclusive adults only resorts.
Club Med Turkoise, Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales
Club Med Turkoise is the only true Turks and Caicos all inclusive adults only resort. Recently renovated, it features a refreshed resort center plus brand new pool, main bar, and deluxe rooms.
This Turks & Caicos all-inclusive adults only is set on gorgeous Grace Bay Beach and offers a wide assortment of activities including snorkeling, boating, fishing, windsurfing, tennis, soccer, and billiards. There’s also a spa and a fitness center. The pool overlooks the stunning beach.
You can also go on sunset cruises, go scuba diving, learn to sail, go golfing, take area excursions, and more. One of the unique aspects of Club Med is the weekly circus performances and the (included) opportunity to take flying trapeze lessons! There’s also nightly entertainment.
There are around 300 rooms at Club Med Turkoise. Deluxe rooms feature private patios or balconies with ocean views.
The newly redesigned restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers a wide variety of local and international dishes. You can also get casual fare at the open-air Sharkies Grill and Beach Bar. There are two other bars, and a new Wine Cellar that features fine wines, champagne, and premium spirits (not included).
Ambergris Cay Resort, Ambergris Cay
Couples will be swept away by this uber-luxurious all-inclusive Turks & Caicos resort perfect for honeymoons and romantic rendezvous. Secluded on a thousand-acre private island surrounded by shallow turquoise water and coral reefs, Ambergris Cay Resort (not related to Ambergris Caye in Belize) is a true tropical paradise. Although children are allowed here, it’s so spread out that you will probably not see them much.
Lounge on the pristine white sand beach, which stretches for miles and is lined with palm trees. Enjoy complimentary watersports in the crystal clear Caribbean. Explore the island by bike or golf cart, or take an excursion by boat. Indulge at the spa. Swim in the lovely pool—or in your own pool (see below).
Accommodations at Ambergris Cay Resort are either suites or villas, with chic décor that’s light and bright. There are just 10 Beachfront Pool Suites; each offers beach and ocean views, a wraparound veranda with seating, a private plunge pool, and an outdoor shower (plus two rain showers in the spacious bathroom).
Rates at Ambergris Cay are steep, but the inclusions are spectacular—your transfer from Providenciales airport comes via private plane. Also included is all dining; unlimited domestic and premium beverages; an in-room fridge stocked with water, beer, and soft drinks; 24-hour room service; non-motorized water sports including snorkeling, paddleboarding, sailing, and kayaking; bonefishing from the shore; boat excursions; tennis and pickleball; use of the resort’s bicycles and golf carts; one 60-minute spa treatment per adult per stay; guided nature walks, bike tours, and kayak/paddleboard excursions; WiFi; and a catered lunch experience on a deserted island.
Ambergris Cay Resort has two waterfront restaurants (with two bars) onsite: Calico Jack’s featuring the gourmet Caribbean and international cuisine and the Club House offering grilled dishes, burgers, salads, and paninis. The Club House also has an activity center with ping pong and pool tables plus board and video games, as well as a beach club with chairs, umbrellas, kayaks, and paddleboards.
The Meridian Club Pine Cay
The Meridian Club Pine Cay sits on an 800-acre, privately owned island off the coast of Providenciales. It’s a quiet, upscale Turks & Caicos all-inclusive with 10 oceanfront rooms and 2 cozy cottages, all featuring an outdoor waterfall shower and direct access to a private, empty beach.
All-inclusive rates cover roundtrip transfers to the island and all meals during your stay. Breakfast and dinner are a la carte and lunch is served buffet style. Guests will also have access to non-motorized watersports equipment, tennis court and racquets, and bicycles. If you rent a cottage, you’ll get an electric golf cart to easily explore the island.
While this is not an adult-only resort, the island is practically made for romance and the place is usually filled with couples. Rooms and suites are designed for two and there are no kids’ programs.
Sailrock South Caicos
Sailrock South Caicos is a luxury resort set in an exclusive residential community on the island of South Caicos, a favorite among snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts because of its location on one of the largest reef systems in the world. To reach the resort, guests take a scenic flight over the azure Caribbean from Providenciales. Both the flight and airport transfers are included in the rate, along with a breakfast credit, a welcome cocktail, Wifi, and a special surprise amenity upon arrival.
Sailrock South Caicos offers several packages that are just right for romantic getaways and honeymoons. Their 4-night “All-Inclusive & All-Luxury” package, available until January 2, 2024, is the most popular. It includes a breakfast credit; lunch, dinner, and high tea every day of your stay; select drinks, transport to the island; and airport transfers.
At the resort you’ll find two pristine and practically deserted white sand beaches; complimentary watersports including paddleboarding, kayaking, sailing, and snorkeling; complimentary bikes to explore the island; a gourmet restaurant and a casual beachfront bar and grill; an infinity pool; and a spa.
Choose from Ridgetop Suites with amazing ocean views or Beachfront Villas or Peninsula Villas with private pools; they come with private outdoor areas, plenty of space, soaking tubs, walk-in showers, and outdoor showers. Some have outdoor jetted tubs, kitchenettes or full kitchens, and separate living rooms. The Beachfront Villas promise your own stretch of uninterrupted beach for total privacy.
One On Marlin
One On Marlin is another great adult-only, all-inclusive resort in Turks and Caicos. This resort is centrally located so you’re never far from anything. Just a few minutes from The Bright Park on Grace Bay Beach, Turtle Cove Marina, plus tons of shops, restaurants, and local nightlife. You’ll also find something fun to experience.
The resort itself is meticulously designed to offer guests a chic, contemporary wellness retreat. One On Marlin is set on beautiful, tropical botanical gardens just waiting to be explored. There’s also a pool where you can soak up the sun and relax, or you can take a day of pampering at O2 Spa and Wellness Studio.
Rooms at One On Marlin are elegantly designed with marble floors in the spa-inspired bathroom. And you will find all the comforts of home with a fully equipped gourmet stainless steel kitchen.
But you don’t have to cook your own meals. Local fare is just minutes away or you can stay on-site and try the Raw Bar. You’ll find plenty of great options whether you’re looking to stay close or venture out into the local scene.
Found on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Beach House is a great option for that romantic adult-only, all-inclusive getaway. This boutique hotel is focused on relaxation with amazing service. As a guest at Beach House, there’s very little you’ll need to worry about.
Beach House offers 21 large rooms, often considered the largest in all of Turks and Caicos, that have been beautifully designed and stocked with the best amenities. When it’s time to eat, don’t miss a chance to eat at Kitchen 218. The menu offers a variety of locally sourced foods and ingredients to ensure you have a taste of the islands.
Now that you’ve read out our picks for the 4 best Turks and Caicos all inclusive adults only resorts, which one sounds best for you? Let us know in the comments!
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