Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts

Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts are some of the finest in the Caribbean making it a great vacation destination... but we found many differences in size, style/ambiance and amenities.

After reading all the descriptions below you're sure to find a romantic retreat or honeymoon hideout that suits your style and excites your senses in anticipation of a little pampered relaxation. Have fun!

All of the Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts listed are beach front properties on beautiful Grace Bay except Amanyara.

Prices are for winter rates / summer rates per night not including the 11% government tax nor the typical 10-15% gratuity. I believe all theTurks and Caicos luxury resorts have minimum stay requirements over the winter holidays. A few have "multi-night" discounts in the summer.

Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts

Alexandra:
$480-1300 / $280-1190 :: Multi-night discount :: 105 studios to 4-bdrm suites :: kitchens, TV, CD/DVD, Wi-Fi, hair-dryer, ironing board :: Orchid restaurant, pool, in-room massage, gym, tennis, babysitting, tour desk :: special packages, wedding services, 800-284-0699

Large condo-resort with colorful and casual West Indies style rooms. Two nicely landscaped free-form pools with canals and cushioned teak loungers. Decent restaurant with pool view, ocean-view deck for drinks. Comfortable with efficient service. Not all rooms are luxury category.


Amanyara:
$1450-10,900 / $1000-6750 :: 40 pavilions to 4-bdrm villas :: TV, CD/DVD, king beds, mini-bar, safes :: 2 restaurants, bar, tennis, gym, in-room massages, movie theater, Dive center, sailboats, kayaks :: packages :: 866 941-8133/649-941-8133

Asian styled retreat sits in solitude on the rocky, undevelopednorthwest point of Provo. Definitely a different ambience and experience than all other Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts. Uncluttered, wood pavilions and villas with three glass walls dot tranquil ponds for a zen aesthetic.

While not on Grace Bay, the resort has a decent beach and fantastic snorkeling/diving at Northwest Point Marine National Park. A car rental is a must if you want to do any sightseeing or shopping when staying at this isolated resort.


Beaches Resort Turks and Caicos:

$350+ :: 462 rooms, suites and villas :: All-inclusive ::packages, charter flights, weddings :: 800-726-3257

HUGE kids and family oriented resort with 9 restaurants, 12 bars, 5 pools, spa, children's water park, teen disco, video arcade and a gazillion activities and services. Can be kind of crazy and crowded especially when compared to most other Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts.


Coral Gardens:
$550-1325 / $400-900 :: 30 1-2 bdrm condo suites :: Multi-nightdiscount :: All-inclusive package, wedding, honeymoon and family packages :: Dive shop, boat tours, spa, Beach Cafe restaurant, 2 pools, Wi-Fi internet :: 800 532 8536

Refined boutique luxury resort featuring spacious suites with fullkitchens, large terraces with retractable wall-to-wall sliding glass doors and all ocean views. Themed dinners on the beach and cocktail parties create a country club type atmosphere.

Great all-inclusive plan with daily massage and a cruise. The reef directly in front of the resort offers some of the best snorkeling in the bay so expect visitors from other Turks and Caicos Luxury Resorts. This property shares all amenities with its sister property Reef Residences (see moderate hotels) next door.


Grace Bay Club:
$785-7700 / $455-4195 :: 21 Large suites and villas up to 4800 sq ft. :: kitchens, TV with movies, Wi-Fi, internet room :: 2 pools, hot tub, spa, tennis, water sports, babysitting

Upscale and stylish, this small Turks and Caicos resort provides attentive service and is home to one of Provo's best restaurants...Anacaona. Nice pools and a cool outdoor lounge area with cushioned seats and couches makes a cozy spot for conversation. Kid's town and planned activities for all ages make this resort popular with families.




Le Vele:
$413-1290 / $303-908 :: studios to 3 bedroom :: kitchens, TV, in-room hot tubs, data ports, Wi-Fi, small pool, internet room :: 649-941-8800

Somewhat spare and sleek modern architecture sets this Providenciales condo-tel apart. The design is certainly upscale with nice furnishings, but in this setting I imagine only a confirmed urbanite will appreciate it. Nonetheless, it is family-run with helpful service and a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. However, NO restaurant.


The Palms: 

$400-6500 / $300-3750 :: 72 1 to 3-bdrm suites and penthouses :: Kitchens, mini-bar, TV, CD/DVD, Internet, ironing board, bathrobes :: Spectacular spa, steam rm, sauna, pool, tennis, 2 restaurants, room service, butler, salon, Wi-Fi, laundry :: Weddings :: 800-545-4000

No "casual elegance" here. The Palms is upscale, modern, classy luxury all the way. Spacious suites with whitewashed walls, marble tile, mahogany furnishings and fine detailing evoke the cool comfort of a Mediterranean villa.

Manicured courtyards, plenty of palms, canals, columns and oil lamps set the scene for exotic romance. Beach and poolside service is excellent although not much space between loungers and cabanas set side-by-side. The spa is a must. Great spot for honeymooners.


Point Grace:
$625-3281 / $425-1765 :: 23 suites, 9 cottages, 2 villas :: Honeymoon, spa, all-inclusive :: kitchens, mini-bar, TV, CD/DVD, bathrobes, ironing board, room service, fax, safe :: 2restaurants, 2 bars, pool, spa, internet room, business services, babysitting, laundry :: 888-924-7223

Impressive boutique Turks and Caicos luxury resort popular with celebrities and featuring a refined British Colonial decor with lavish touches.

Copies of famous paintings, teak furniture, fine fabrics and extra-wide pool loungers around an infinity pool overlooking the quiet, uncrowded beach. Lots of fabulous palm trees too.

Highlights include a Rolls Royce limo, complimentary poolside fruit skewers, sorbet on the beach and evening cocktails.

The creative Caribbean cuisine at Grace's Cottage is fantastic, but you can get a chef to cook in your suite if you like.

If you have the dough, the palatial penthouse suite "Non-such" is possibly THE most opulent accommodation in all the Caribbean... incredible!


Somerset:
$450-6000 / $300-3200 :: 53 studios to 5-bdrm :: Kitchens, plasma TV, CD/DVD, Wi-Fi internet :: restaurant/bar, 2 pools (1 is a lap pool), spa, gym, personal chef, babysitting, water sports :: wedding services :: 649-946-5900

Suites and cottages decorated in the style of British Colonial Africa with pleasant earth tones and dark woods are luxurious and well appointed... very nice. The rest of the resort from the smallish pool and spartan landscaping to the restaurant, spa and overall service is simply not on par with other Turks and Caicos luxury resorts. Not bad... just average. You have many other, far sexier choices in this price range.


Turks and Caicos Club:
$395-1295 / $315-695 (closed Sept.) :: 21 1 & 2-bdrm suites ::kitchens, TV w/ movies, CD/DVD, iron boards, hair dryer, bathrobes, room service, safes, data ports :: restaurant Simba(complimentary breakfast), pool bar, in-room massages, Wi-Fi internet, gym, laundry :: Wedding services

You'll feel like you have the beach and hotel to yourself at this peaceful, stylish and upscale retreat close to White House Reef for some of the best snorkeling in Grace Bay. Tropical landscaping surrounds a free-form pool with cushioned teak loungers. Rooms are decorated in an earthy safari theme with romantic 4-poster beds and HUGE balconies.

The owner Rebecca and her staff are very attentive and personable. Free use of bicycles, kayaks, snorkeling gear, sailboat and windsurfer. Unfortunately newTurks and Caicos luxury resorts are closing in on the T&C Club, but still one of the most undeveloped spots on Grace Bay.


Tuscany:
$1000-1300 :: 30 3-bdrm ocean view suites :: kitchens, TV, screened balconies :: pool, in-room spa services, private chef, grocery service, babysitting, gym, tennis :: 649-941-4667

Elegantly designed and luxuriously appointed condo-resort with spacious suites, a large courtyard pool area with hot tub and complete concierge services. Located across the street from the Provo Golf Club. NO RESTAURANT or bar on site.





Villa Renaissance:
$375-1850 / $295-1095 :: 36 1-3 bdrm pool, garden & ocean view suites and cottages :: kitchens, TV, DVD, dial-up internet, hair dryer, bathrobes washer/dryer, safes :: bar, NO RESTAURANT, pool w/ Wi-Fi, gym, tennis, bicycles, hair salon, in-room massages, laundry, babysitting :: wedding services :: 877-285-8764

Styled after a French Riviera villa, this quiet Turks and Caicos luxury resort provides warm and friendly service. Suites are not extravagant, but certainly tastefully decorated with a causal elegance and modern amenities. No food on site which is unusual for Turks and Caicos luxury resorts, but grocery delivery is available and many restaurants are nearby. The staff will help arrange weddings, tours and activities.



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