One of the most beautiful island chains in the Caribbean, the Turks and Caicos Islands resorts is the place to go if you want to relax for a few days. The main island, Providenciales, known as Provo, has the most beautiful beach in the archipelago, Grace Bay, where you will find many of the island’s most exclusive resorts. Expect sexy infinity pools, relaxing spa treatments, and gourmet seafood – not to mention some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean.
Gansevoort Turks & Caicos
Dress to impress at this minimalist (and expensive!) Miami & Caribbean resort, uniquely located on Grace Bay Beach. Always get up early for claim the comfortable seats on the wooden decks, which jut into the pool. After a lazy day, head to Stelle for an alfresco dinner of groupers wrapped in banana leaves on the terrace to see and see.
Grace Bay Club
Celebrity designer Thom Filicia has revamped this ultra-chic, all-suite, beachfront in the Turks and Caicos resorts. Stay at the hotel itself or in one of the private villas (ideal for families), featuring indoor / outdoor amenities and coral-colored accents. As beautiful as the interiors are, you won’t want to miss the sunset rum shots at the Infiniti Restaurant and Bar.
Plages Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
This all-inclusive package is one of the best resorts for families in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Kids will be entertained from dawn until dusk with six pools, a water park (with super fun slides and a lazy river), an Xbox Play lounge – even a teen nightclub. And parents will love the swim up bars and bonfires on the beach.
Turks & Caicos palms
There’s a lot of attraction about The Palms, its stunning point on Grace Bay Beach, but the Spa at The Palm takes the cake really. Relax by a peaceful reflecting pool, before indulging in treatments such as mineral clay wraps and mother-of-pearl scrubs (which incorporate finely ground local conch shells).
The resorts in Turks and Caicos can certainly get expensive, so it’s great to have an affordable option, without having to sacrifice being on Grace Bay Beach, the best area on the island. The resort can organize snorkelling cruises to the near coral reefs. Guests can also enjoy the free water sports offered on site, including snorkelling, kayaking, paddle boarding and even kitesurfing.
The Shore Club Turks and Caicos
from $ 319 per night, priceline.com
Ideal for privacy seekers
Located on secluded Long Bay Beach, The Shore Club is a luxury resort where you can rejuvenate and pamper yourself. Borrow a book from the lending library and find your own beach, relax at Dune Spa, dine with fresh lobster and take a dip in the pool – there are four to choose from.
Like Parrot Cay
from $ 725 per night, hotels.com
Best for Celebrities
A stay at this private 1,000-acre island resort, a 30-minute boat ride from Provo, truly means getting away from it all. And don’t be surprised if you come across a bold name on the beach, in the holistic spa, or if you have lunch at the Lotus Restaurant. Donna Karen and Keith Richards have villas here, and Paul McCartney, Justin Bieber and Cara Delevingne have been spotted.
from $ 1,550 per night, tripadvisor.com
Ideal for decadent madness
It’s about rest and relaxation at this secluded, Asian-inspired hideaway located in a remote corner of the island. Minimalist teak pavilions, a dreamy infinity pool, reflective ponds, Thai massages ensure a blissful Zen atmosphere (most guests never leave during their stay, but the surrounding coral reef is a diver’s paradise) .
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