Beaches Turks & Caicos has re-opened its doors to guests after undergoing upgrades post Hurricane Irma.
New additions include restaurants, snack bars and water sports activities.
Foodies will love Mr. Mac, an artisan macaroni and cheese truck which offers ten types of the delicious snack, including Cajun and Mediterranean flavours.
Those with a sweet tooth will love the Curls n’ Swirls vintage Volkswagen truck which serves ice cream, frozen yoghurt milkshakes and additional chilly treats.
Beaches Turks & Caicos has also introduced Wednesday Night Fish Fry events where guests can enjoy local cuisine from the islands, as well as Caribbean music and dancing at weekly beach parties.
The new Sky Rooftop Restaurant combines fine dining with spectacular views across Grace Bay and Bombay Club offers the finest authentic Indian cuisine, seven nights a week.
These new additions bring the total number of restaurants at Beaches Turks & Caicos to 21.
As part of the renovations, accommodations in all five villages at the resort have also been upgraded, along with the lobbies and public areas.
Families can enjoy live world-class entertainment with new shows, Creativa.
Performances take place at the resort throughout the week on the main stage and include Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island, Jungle Book Live and Dolce Vita.
These family-friendly musical shows feature cinematic projections as well as live theatre, circus acrobatics, catchy songs and exhilarating choreography, making them suitable for both adults and children alike.
Each storytelling spectacle has been designed to stimulate the senses and create unforgettable experiences.