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I guess we are wanting the best of both worlds Is there a resort that is all inclusive in Jamaica this is great for a young couple and gret for 11 year old as well with a water park. My daughter and her husband want to party and do lots of water sport

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Quite a few options that might fit - Beaches Negril and Beaches Boscobel both have waterparks and plenty of water activities for the adults. Iberostar Rose Hall or Rose Hall Suites would be a good fit also. Transfers to the resorts are included in our packages - so no worries there. One of our agents will be in touch.

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Hi, my fiancee and I are planning out honeymoon and really want to go to Turks and Caicos. However we are 23 and don't want to rent a car to get around and enjoy the convience of an all inclusive (have been to Iberostar Cozumel). I have been reading a lo

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Beaches Turks and Caicos is one of the nicest family all-inclusive properties in the world...and probably one of the top 3 in the Caribbean/Mexico (if not the best). That being said, we book quite a few honeymooners, adult groups, or other couples to property for it offers a great vacation to people of all ages. Great beach, great activities (snorkeling and SCUBA are amazing - and included), top notch restaurants, great new rooms, 2 adults only restaurants, and even a new nightclub. We'd be glad to discuss the resort in more detail with you.

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Hi, I am looking at booking Beaches Turks & Caicos but the room choices are overwhelming. At the lower end is their a size difference between the Turquoise Deluxe rooms and the Honeymoon Caicos Premium or is it just that the former are on the bottom le

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Yes, all of the various room types at Beaches Turks are overwhelming (and many of the Sandals properties are just as confusing). In this case, the rooms are the same - just first floor vs. 2nd floor. Glad to assist with other room questions.

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Do you have to have a passport for Montego Bay?

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Yes, you need a passport for all foreign locations with the exception of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

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Hello, We are giving some thought to traveling to the Beaches Turks and Caicos resort with our daugther who will be 20 months old at the time. Although we appreciate the idea of the Kids Club, we plan to spend the time as a family. This will include

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

1) There is generally no problem to bring food back to your room from the restaurants. We've done it dozens of times. 2) related to noise, some who stay in the French Village, closer to the Stage have complained about the noise from the shows that go until about 10 pm each night. Having stayed in those rooms, there are only about 3-4 rooms that might be affected and generally only if the windows or patio door are open. The rest of the french village rooms are too far away. We've also had some client complaints related to rooms at the north side of the property just on the day of the beach party, which is on the beach to the north of those rooms. The beach party is currently on Friday nights and goes until 10 or 11 generally. Other than that, we have never received any noise related issues. 3) What information do you need on the Deluxe rooms? They are decent size, on the first floor of the main building and are relatively close/central to everything. They fit a crib rather easily and there is some room to walk around it. Can we assist you in making a reservation? Our prices will be exactly the same as Beaches.com but we'll be able to submit requests regarding your location and possible upgrades

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