For those looking for a fun-filled tropical getaway, Club Med Turquoise is the ideal “adults only” destination. This newly renovated resort, blessed with a spectacular beach location, offers guests panoramic views of the talcum soft sands and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Guests can enjoy live music beats mixed with the gentle sound of the surf. They can detect the aromas of gourmet cuisine mingling with the salty air of the sea. Guests can enjoy the simple pleasure of bare feet in the sand no matter where they choose to walk. Guests will have a wide range of activities to choose from, including snorkeling and flying trapeze. It’s a winning combination that dazzles the mind, revitalizes the spirit, and inspires guests to rejoice in life.



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  • Temple Nixon
    Temple Nixon
    in the last week

    This place was amazing. It’s a very spread out resort so you don’t feel like you’re on top of other people. Food is buffet style (with many options) which we liked because we didn’t have to make reservations or waste an hour at every meal ordering food. The views were beautiful and sunsets were amazing! Also a major plus that snorkeling/sailing/paddleboards/kayaks are included in the price!

  • Flor D
    Flor D
    a month ago

    My husband and I had an amazing time at Club Med Turkoise! Everyone who worked there was welcoming, friendly, and kind. Special shout out to Uriel who sat at dinner with us our first night and made us feel so welcomed. Tom and Bianca were so patient and supportive as my sister and I learned how to trapeze. Amazing human beings 🩵. We had so much fun doing all the activities they offer and joining their night events. You can tell the staff is appreciated and valued. We loved the culture and environment of this place.The beach is INCREDIBLE. Perfect turquoise waters and white sand. The property owns a lot of beach in that area so you don’t have to feel crammed with other visitors. Their pool is beautiful and very clean. Food was also really good.Rooms are basic, so if you’re looking for luxury this probably isn’t the place for you. But if you’re looking to stay active and have fun you won’t find a better place. My favorites were: snorkeling experience, trapeze, and catamaran classes (Thank you Javier!).I would go back in a heartbeat!

  • dustin yocom
    dustin yocom
    a week ago

    Staff was amazing and so helpful and energetic. Zoe tought me how to sail. Had a great experience. I tried out everything and it was amazing. I wish there was a cornhole tournament. But other then that I had so much fun I didn't wanna leave. But I definitely wanna try out more club med. The views were amazing. The rooms were cleaned every day.

  • Thomas McFall
    Thomas McFall
    a month ago

    Have stayed many places in Providenciales, but first trip to Club Med.As an older property on the island, the resort has a long, gorgeous beach on Grace Bay. Downside is the rooms are tired but functional and kept very clean. Who wants to be in your room anyway?For an all inclusive, the food was surprisingly very good.The really reason to go to Club Med is the staff! Out going, friendly and engaging. Tons of activities and entertainment led expertly and energetically by the staff.

  • Kathy Hartwell
    Kathy Hartwell
    2 months ago

    Really enjoyed a 6 night stay at this resort. The food was delicious and different every day. You might say it's a buffet, but each entree is fully plated fresh for you by friendly staff. The people who really helped make this trip spectacular were Lalo with the Hobie Cat sailing team, Alex with food and beverage, Jose Luis the Chef du Villages, Miriam at the front desk, Rafael with the entertainment team, and the guy who led the pool exercises (didn't catch his name), also each of the 3 staff who sat near us at meal time were very kind and interesting - Jake, Corey, and one of the night bartenders (forgot her name, sorry). The midweek evening shows were the best. The cabaret and music night were fun and hilarious. If you're thinking about diving, just do the free introduction to the sport. Same with sailing, they have lessons (ask for Lalo!). The sunset cruise was nice for relaxing in small groups and, if you're lucky, seeing whales or dolphins. I'm sure the rest of the island has great activities, but for a week-long first-time visit, Club Med had everything we needed to enjoy our stay... did I mention sailing?? 😉

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