Beaches Turks & Caicos reopened for business Dec. 14, following a three-month closure due to damages from Hurricane Irma.
"We know how important vacation time is and we're delighted that Beaches Turks & Caicos has reopened ahead of pace. The entire resort has been refreshed and we've introduced some new features," said Butch Stewart, chairman and founder of Sandals Resorts International, parent of Beaches.
The resort has opened its Bombay Club Indian restaurant, bringing the total number of eateries to 21.
In addition, two new food trucks at the resort's waterpark include Mr. Mac, serving macaroni and cheese, and Curls 'n Swirls, scooping up ice cream.
New culinary experiences include a Wednesday fish fry and weekly beach parties.
Entertainment additions include the Xbox Play Lounge, where guests can play the new Xbox One X.
Accommodations across the resort's four villages -- Caribbean & Seaside, Italian, Key West and French -- have been refreshed, as have the lobbies and public areas.
Winter rates start at $333 per night, per adult, double.