Sometimes we just want some time to ourselves.
But the concept of the adults-only resort has diversified in recent years. Today, adults-only resorts have moved beyond simply being enclaves of quiet and tranquility, beyond dedicated wings in a megaresort. They’re all about experiences, about allowing you the freedom to relax or to be active — or both.
What do they all have in common? They’re still just for you and yours.
In other words, they’re the vacation that we all need from time to time.
Beach House, Turks and Caicos While the Turks and Caicos Islands is as relaxed and tranquil a destination as there is in the Caribbean, you can still up the ante with a full-fledged adults-only resort. Enter the 21-suite Beach House, a Grace Bay boutique resort that’s all about an intimate ambience, from beach butler service to two on-site eateries and two bars. (Guests also get access to the Alexandra and the Blue Haven resorts).