Beaches Turks & Caicos has welcomed the first guests to its new US$125million Italian village resort. Features include 162 family suites, the island’s largest fresh water pool and five restaurants.
The expansion is Beaches’ most significant and comprehensive and includes separate custom-built bedrooms for both parents and children.
Adam Stewart, CEO of Beaches Resorts, said: “Travel is part of the American family experience, a chance to reconnect to what matters most and we are confident that the new Italian Village will provide families with the ideal setting to do just that.”
“Every last detail of this expansion project was designed to meet the very particular needs of today’s travelling family. When scheduling time together has become more difficult - and therefore more precious - than ever before, we want to ensure that every moment spent at our resort is an unforgettable one.”
All guests at Beaches Turks and Caicos will be entitled to enjoy its new fresh water pool complete with whirlpool and from March it will open one of the largest waterpark’s in the region known as the “Pirate’s Island Waterpark” The park will feature seven new slides, a lazy river and the Caribbean’s only surf simulator, plus an all-new aqua-themed nightclub, Liquid.
The family-conscious resort has opened a new lobby taking little people into consideration. This includes furniture designed just for the tiniest guests as well as five additional gourmet restaurants (for a total of 16 dining options at the resort); a 7,000 sq. ft. upscale retail area; and an entirely new line-up of teen- and “tween”-inspired programming keeping the whole family happy.
In celebration of this anticipated opening, Beaches are offering guests who book a minimum three-night stay at Beaches Turks & Caicos’ new Italian Village by January 30, 2009 up to 60 percent off between September 1, 2009 and December 19, 2009.