We found great vacation deals at these comfy and cheap Turks Caicos hotels below. All are close to the beach and a couple are right on it!
The Turks and Caicos Islands are a gorgeous and secluded, but definitely upscale type destination.
With all the luxury hotels you may think these budget options must be crappy little shacks behind some loud disco. Not so...
You get much more then expected:nice rooms, great views, fine dining and the service is often better or at least more personable and fun than at many luxury resorts...who knew?
Now understand, this is not Mexico so I use the term "cheap" relative to most other Turks Caicos hotels, whichstart at $300-$500/night. Caribbean islands are expensive, but the hotels below are super deals so...
Start planning your fun in the sun with the candid descriptions and prices for cheap Turks Caicos hotels listed alphabetically below:
Two of the following Turks Caicos hotels below are on Grace Bay Beach as noted and the others are a quick shuttle or short walk away.
Prices given are winter rates / summer rates per night. The typical 10-15% gratuity and 11% government tax is not included. Expect minimum stay requirements mainly for the winter holidays, but many offer discounts in the summer.
Aquamarine Beach Houses:
call for rates (approx $1500-$7000) :: six 1-8 bdrm apartments :: kitchen, TV, CD/DVD, Wi-Fi, daily maid :: pool, tennis, volleyball, beach umbrellas, kids toys, snorkel gear, BBQs, laundry, free airport transfer :: 649-941-5690/649-231-4535
Cute cottages right ON the beach, away from hotels and centrally located close to great snorkeling and popular restaurants and bars. Apartment decor is basic, but clean and comfortable with all appliances and utensils. Large, wrap-around decks and patios offer perfect ocean views great for sunset dining and lounging. Friendly owners Paula and John live on-site and take good care of the property and guests.
Caribbean Paradise Inn:
$80-250 :: 16 rooms :: Fan only, TV, refrigerators, safes, balconies overlooking palm fringed pool, internet room :: 649-946-5020
NOT on beach, but only a 5-minute walk with access through the Grace Bay Club. This cozy Turks Caicos hotel is simple yet comfortable and tastefully decorated with a nice continental breakfast. Impromptu babecues by the owner Jean-luc are a bonus. Several restaurants and shopping nearby.
$160-210 / $145-170 :: 100 rooms :: Fans, TV, in-room data ports, refrigerators, safes :: Pool, bar :: 888-678-3483
NOT on beach, but a 5-minute walk will get you to a reserved beach area. This basic hotel is about what you'd expect when staying at a roadside motel on a business trip. Adequate, reasonably comfortable, but no personality. Continental breakfast is just toast. It is a good option for scuba divers, however, since Dive Provo is right out front. Several restaurants are nearby too.
$120-150 :: 20 rooms :: King beds, A/C, TV, Wi-Fi internet, refrigerators, patios :: Pool, in-room spa treatments, tennis, petanque :: wedding services, honeymoon and dive packages (closed June 1 - Oct 31) Tel: 649-946-4240
NOT on beach but has a FANTASTIC panoramic view from it's hilltop perch above Turtle Cove and provides
a free shuttle to Grace Bay beach (or it's a 15 minute walk).
The Magnolia Wine Bar & Restaurantoffers romantic fine dining on a big deck with the best sunset views on the island.
It's a short walk to many other restaurants and bars and the marina. This Turks Caicos hotel is not fancy, but clean and the excellent helpful service from the friendly staff surpasses that of many a luxury resort.
Sibonne Beach Hotel:
$125-395 / $110-285 (closed September) :: 29 rooms, 1 beach apartment :: refrigerator, TV, data ports, A/C, hair-dryer, safes :: restaurant/bar (complimentary continental breakfast), small pool, bicycles, wedding services, dive packages :: 800-528-1905/649-946-5547
A long-time favorite Turks Caicos hotel... updated rooms with wicker and wood furnishings and screened balconies overlooking a lush tropical courtyard create a relaxing, "beachy" ambience at this intimate Providenciales hotel.
The first hotel built on Grace Bay, Sibonne enjoys a loyal following. And why not... cozy and quiet with a primo spot on the beach, it truly captures the essence and solitude of a secret island escape that the larger, over-styled luxury resorts cannot. However, the owner and subsequently the staff can be a bit gruff, so the service is average to poor at times.
The Bay Bistro (dinner reservations recommended) is a popular, excellent restaurant with a creative, delicious menu (try the smoked conch chowder mmmmm...) and perfect beach view for casually elegant dining.
Turtle Cove Inn:
$105-180 / $85-155 :: 28 rooms, 2 suites w/ kitchen :: TV with movies, A/C, mini-fridge, safes :: restaurant/bar, pool, car rental, dive shops :: 800- 887- 0477
Over-looking Turtle Cove Marina, this pleasant hotel is NOT on the beach, but a short 10-minute walk will put you on the sand near an excellent snorkeling spot: Smith's Reef. Rooms are basic, but pleasantly decorated and overlook the marina or the pool circled by palm trees and bougainvillea.
More than any other Turks Caicos hotel, the Turtle Cove Inn sits at the heart of all the "action" on the island. Aqua Bar just off the pool is an entertaining hang-out with tasty food a nice deck and public internet.
Jimmy Buffet says it's one of his favorite Caribbean bars... and he should know! Several of the other most popular bars and eateries like Tiki Hut,SharkBite, Banana Boat and Magnolia are close too.
Car and scooter rental, diving, snorkeling and tour operators are at your doorstep. Clean, comfortable and convenient value. Sister property toSibonne Beach Hotel.
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