Beaches Turks & Caicos Plans Temporary Closures Through 2021

Beaches Turks and Caicos

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa is planning a series of closures over the next two years, a Sandals spokesperson tells Travel Agent. The resort will be closed from September 3 to October 15, 2019; from September 7 to October 22, 2020; and for an indefinite period from January 2021. 

“Guests traveling between now and January 2021 that are not impacted by these closures will receive the vacation experience that we have become known for,” Sandals said in a statement provided to Travel Agent. “All features and facilities of the resort will be open and operating per usual.”

Guests impacted by the closures will be able to change their travel dates to Beaches Turks & Caicos or travel on their original travel dates to another location in Jamaica, Beaches Negril or Beaches Ocho Rios, at no additional cost – including airfare change fees. Guests can also choose to travel to any of the company’s 16 Sandals Resorts

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“The upcoming closures of Beaches Turks & Caicos are the result of several critical and long-standing issues which have impacted our operations over the past several years,” Sandals said. “We apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers and look forward to welcoming them back soon.”

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