Beaches Resorts

Are Beaches Resorts Open

The short answer is yes they are! Beaches Resorts have 3 locations. These locations a really top notch places for family vacations.

The 3 beaches resorts locations are the following:

  1. Beaches Negril reopened on December 18, 2020
  2. Beaches Turks & Caicos reopened on December 21, 2020
  3. Beaches Ocho Rios reopened on March 4, 2021

These all inclusive resorts each have their own unique touch and flavor.  Lets take a look at each one of them in short detail.

Beaches Negril located in Jamaica is on a stretch beach that is called the Seven Mile Beach. Beaches Negril features all-new rooms and suites, nine gourmet restaurants, Pirates Island waterpark and more. Probably the most laid back of the the 3 Beaches Resorts.

Beaches Turks & Caicos has 5 villages –  Italian, French, Caribbean, Seaside and Key West. It is equipped with 21 restaurants, a 45,00-square-foot waterpark, 10 pools and daily and nightly entertainment. The resorts is on part of a 12 mile stretch of Grace Bay in Providenciales. This resort is often on the top of anyone’s list of of best beaches resorts for families.

Beaches Ocho Rios is set on over 20 acres of rich gardens along an immaculate  white sandy beach. Beaches Ocho Rios offers seven gourmet restaurants; quite a few pools, one is solely for scuba. There are also many watersports options.

All 3 Beaches Resorts basically have the same amenities. They all have kids programs, they all have full service bars, of course they all have pools and waterslides. The only difference with regards to the pools and waterslides is the amount of them. You will find that each Beaches Resort will have enough for you and your family to do.

In this COVID environment that we are living in these days, all Beaches resorts are operating under the Beaches Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness. Beaches Resorts is also providing all guests departing back to the USA with on-site COVID-19 testing.


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