7 Tips for First-Time Guests at Beaches Resorts

Are you ready for your first beach vacation with your family at Beaches Resorts? You may play on pristine white-sand beaches kissed by crystal-clear oceans, spend your family vacation in luxurious rooms and suites, and participate in a wide range of highly exciting and entertaining activities for kids of all ages at Beaches all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica and Turks and Caicos. Here are some helpful hints for first-time visitors to Beaches Resorts!

Families Traveling Together Rooms

Are you planning a Beaches Resorts holiday with your entire family? There are numerous possibilities for families who want lots of space for everyone while being close together. Multiple bedrooms and shared living spaces are available in the two and three-bedroom Together Nest suites and connected rooms.

Free Children’s Camp for All Ages

Beaches Resorts has facilities and trained staff to suit the tiniest infants to the most autonomous teenagers. Additionally, facilities are normally open until around 9 p.m., allowing parents to have a leisurely dinner with their children at the Kids Camp. Children are divided into age groups, with each group having its own set of age-appropriate activities overseen by qualified nannies.

The International Nanny Association, America’s oldest and biggest in-home child care association, is represented by all nannies and Kids Camp personnel at Beaches Resorts. Each nanny must complete 2,000 hours of child-care services to be accredited. Additionally, nannies have received child development, nutrition, and safety training.

Experiences on Sesame Street that aren’t like any other

If your kids adore Sesame Street, Beaches Resorts are the ideal location for creating lasting moments with their favorite characters! Every day at the Kids Camp, Sesame Street characters participate in activities ranging from storytime with Elmo to baking with Cookie Monster. Sesame Street stage events and character parades are also available for the entire family. Guests can upgrade to a Sesame Street VIP Package for an additional cost, including a character dining experience or a bedtime tale with their favorite character. Reservations for special add-on character encounters can be booked before your trip or upon arrival. Still, because availability is limited, you’ll want to arrange them in advance if this is a high priority.

Only for adults

Beaches Resorts are open to the public. However, there are some adult-only areas available. Adults-only pubs and lounges are available at the resort, and there is usually an adults-only piano bar with entertainment several times a week. The French restaurant Le Petit Chateau is open to visitors aged 12, Sky Restaurant is only available to customers aged 16 and up for dinner, and Sapodilla’s Restaurant is an adults-only establishment at Beaches Turks & Caicos.

Reservations for Dining

If you’re planning a romantic meal out with your family or a couple, make dinner reservations as soon as you arrive at your resort. A few restaurants at each resort require reservations, so make them as quickly as possible when you come to ensure a table. Keep in mind that just a few restaurants require reservations; there are still plenty of premium and informal dining establishments that do not.

Getting Ready for Dinner

Along with your swimsuit and sunscreen, you’ll like to remember to pack dinner attire while making your vacation packing list. Most Beaches Resorts restaurants have a casual dress code, which means shorts, T-shirts, flip-flops, and sneakers are acceptable. Long pants and dress shirts (with or without collar) for males and dress shoes or sandals are required in several resort restaurants. At restaurants with a resort evening dress code, T-shirts, sleeveless shirts, hats and caps, shorts, shoes, and flip-flops are not permitted.

With a few exceptions, tipping is included.

Gratuities are not required at your Beaches Resort, and receiving tips is prohibited, so you won’t have to worry about extra dividends there. Butlers are the only exception to this restriction at your resort, as they are permitted to collect gratuities. Gratuities for spa services purchased are also suitable. There may be times outside of your resort where tipping is appropriate, such as your transportation to and from your resort and tour guides for off-resort tours. In the resort regions of most Caribbean islands, US dollars are often accepted.