Dad of Divas' Reviews: Kids Welcome at Gansevoort Turks + Caicos

Friday, September 3, 2010

Kids Welcome at Gansevoort Turks + Caicos

The Gansevoort Turks + Caicos is the perfect beach getaway for discerning parents and their little ones! The hotel is made up of 91 rooms of which, 32 are suites and 4 are three-bedroom penthouses. The suites and penthouses are idea for families traveling with children as they have full kitchens equipped with state of the art Liebherr, Gaggenau and Bosch appliances and separate living rooms.

The hotel offers a Children’s Program which is open to kids age 4 and up. The Program is available in morning and evening sessions with activities that are specifically designed based on the number, age and male/female ratio of kids staying at the hotel. Sample activities include conch shell painting, treasure hunts, nature trail walks, beach bonfires with s’mores, movie nights, etc. Snacks are included in the morning session and dinner is included in the evening session. A selection of children’s DVDs and Play Station Portables are available to borrow for the day or night from the front desk.

For younger children the hotel will outfit the guest room or suite with all the items a parent could want. The hotel will contact arriving parents in advance to determine their needs for cribs, pack n plays, bumpers, etc. The hotel will also arrange for qualified babysitters at guests’ requests.

More about The Gansevoort Turks + Caicos
The modern Mediterranean-inspired hotel is on the beach in beautiful Grace Bay and has a central 7,000 sq. ft. palm tree canopied pool and dining oasis with private lounging islands. Additional exclusive amenities further distinguish the resort, including an Exhale spa, the first in the Caribbean, complete with a beachfront yoga pavilion and Bagatelle Bistrot and Beach Club, which provides guests with both gourmet dining and an animated lounge scene from sun up to sun down.
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