Beachfront Turks & Caicos Resort Introduces New Family Services
Alexandra Resort Turks and Caicos is a four star beachfront resort located on world acclaimed Grace Bay Beach
Press Release 2012
Turks and Caicos (November 28, 2012) - The Alexandra Resort, a four star beachfront resort located on world acclaimed Grace Bay Beach, has introduced new Kids Club as well as new guest services just in time for the Christmas season.
From the moment families visiting Alexandra Resort step out of Providenciales' international airport, they will experience the resort's trademark hospitality standards when they are personally greeted by a representative from the resort.
And once they arrive at the resort, children will be thrilled to participate in the new kid's club, which opens in December.
For an affordable fee of $25/day/child, children (ages 4-10) will enjoy supervised beach activities, pool time, crafts and games. Lunch and drinks will be included in the $25/day rate. The kid's club will be open on weekdays from 9am until 1pm.
Another boost for family vacation time is the introduction of an affordable B&B package. For an additional cost of $15/adult/day and $8/child/day (taxes not included), resort guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast at the resort's highly popular Mango Reef Restaurant.
Mango Reef now also offers room service. Families can now borrow a DVD from the reception center and enjoy a meal and movie in the comfort of their suite.
"All of these new family focused amenities further emphasizes the family friendly orientation of the Turks and Caicos," Anette Mullings, General Manager, The Alexandra Resort.
The Alexandra Resort features family-friendly suites, all equipped with housekeeping facilities, flat screen TV's, free WIFI and large decks or patios.
Complimentary roll-aways and cribs are offered, subject to availability. ?In addition, there is a large free form swimming pool, complimentary non-motorized water sports, tennis courts, a fitness room, concierge desk and spa services.
The resort occupies over 600 feet of frontage on Grace Bay, one of the top ranked beaches in the world.