The biggest difference is that children of all ages are welcomed at Beaches Family Resorts (visit the website), which offers a critical vacation option for couples who cannot — or don't want to — travel without their children. Beaches Family Resorts have well-developed programs for kids that can keep them out of parents' hair (or as close by as they desire) to enjoy the vacation. Note: The Turks & Caicos property has an adults-only restaurant and some night-time adults-only activities.
Staying at one of the Beaches Family Resorts is also a solution for a couple who wants to marry in the Caribbean and have a multi-generational group of family and friends in attendance at their destination wedding and subsequent honeymoon, known as a weddingmoon.
If you're interested in learning more about Beaches Family Resorts, check out the individual properties. Click through to learn more or to make a direct reservation.
Beaches Family Resorts Close Up
- Beaches Ocho Rios, Jamaica (explore the official website)
- Beaches Negril, Jamaica (explore the official website)
- Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa (explore the official website)
More About Beaches Family Resorts
Some of the contributors on TripAdvisor make the point that vacationers who opt for butler service (available at higher-cost rooms) receive preferential treatment.
One of the main issues more sophisticated travelers have with Beaches Family Resorts is that they provide an insular, sanitized experience that does not reflect local cultures. But when you're traveling with children and safety is paramount, such issues may be more comforting than alarming.