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Beaches Resorts by Sandals

Your Caribbean paradise awaits

Blowing snow, dropping temperatures, loss of sunlight - time to get out of Dodge, girlfriend. What better way to melt the chill of winter than with spectacular beaches, upscale resort amenities and activities that will warm the souls of the entire family. Prepare for Caribbean awesomeness with the Beaches Resorts, upscale getaway beach experiences the entire family will enjoy.

Beaches Resorts by SandalsBeaches Resorts by SandalsFor a luxury resort with ratings of 4+ of 5 on thousands of reviews and awards from travel magazines world-wide, comments like "awesome family vacation", "luxury fun family resort", "even better the 6th time", "a lil slice of heaven" is very common for those experiencing one of the Beaches Resorts by Sandals . Whether your slice of heaven prefers Jamaica's Negril, Ocho Rios or the Turks and Caicos, there's a beach awaiting your family's next vacation.

Let me introduce you to Beaches ...

family vacation at Beaches Resortfamily vacation at Beaches Resort... to your winter blah-buster ... the Caribbean's individual Beaches Resorts in a little more detail:

Beaches Negril (Jamaica) - West Indies feel, Jamaican laid-back, low-rise, beachfront resort, complete with full service spa along Jamaica's eastern 7-mile beach. Relaxation is yours to define with Pirates Island Waterpark, organized activities for the kids, 7 specialty restaurants and many bars for the adults.

Beaches Ocho Rios (Jamaica) - Mountains edge white sandy beaches, a private resort beach on Jamaica's Riviera partnered with a Championship golf course and close to lots of local popular attractions. A huge Pirates Island Waterpark for kids and championship golf, 5 gourmet restaurants and nightclubs for the adults. Yours to enjoy (or not) as you please.

Beaches Turks and Caicos - A tropical hideaway perches beachside on a 12-mile beach adjoining the most turquoise of waters with accommodation's split into Villages hosting international architecture. A massive water park complex, 16 restaurants and bars and their version of the Red Lane Spa take international flavor and luxury to a relaxing level.

Compare the resorts - Compare these spectacular resorts across amenities, activities, services and prices.

Take me away with you ... Please!

luxury amenities at Beaches Resortsluxury amenities at Beaches ResortsThe Beaches Resort amenities are numerous, and while similar, each resort maintains its own flavor on the style, décor and influence. When Beaches describes all-inclusive, just about anything you can ever imagine is included. Beaches all-inclusive means:

  • Anytime dining at up to 16 different restaurant options
  • All food, drinks and snacks for everyone
  • Premium brand spirits at up to 14 different bars
  • Amazing nightlife for the adults
  • luxurious accommodations at Beaches Resortsluxurious accommodations at Beaches ResortsRed Lane Spa services
  • Luxurious accommodations from suites to chalets
  • Waterparks extraordinaire!
  • Golf, scuba, and water sports
  • Kid-supervised activities
  • Sesame street characters entertain and delight
  • And so much more ...

You just earned mom of the year

many dining options at Beaches Resortmany dining options at Beaches ResortFor a sure-fire win with adults and children of all ages, the selection of activities and amenities is top rate. But it's the little extras (pardon that pun) that will ensure the whole family's happy. Restaurants with selections for all palates, premium spirits for that special taste add to the pampering a vacation requires making it extraordinary. Your relaxation is assured with the supervised kids clubs while you melt the tensions away at the Red Lane Spa ... can you say massage for two on the beach!

Beaches appeal for all

pampered at Beaches Red Lane Spapampered at Beaches Red Lane SpaEven if you are looking to explore the sun, sand and spa for just you and your partner, consider a girlfriends getaway in a Beaches tropical paradise. Maybe it's a beachside wedding or reunion, renewal of your vows ... or simply a relaxing electronically disconnected, reading a book and enjoy sand between your toes type of vacation. That's the sublime Beaches Resorts has to offer.

Check out other reviews of the Beaches Resorts on Trip Advisor. To book online, head to the Beaches online booking engine. Join in on the conversation with Beaches guests on Facebook or Twitter to get the real deal.

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