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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

With ten pools, a sprawling water park, a shopping center, a spa complex, and more restaurants than you can shake a breadstick at, the family-friendly Beaches is clearly the Turks and Caicos resort with the most features. But many of the rooms -- especially in the old Caribbean Village – are downright dingy, and the romance factor is virtually non-existent. Still, an all-inclusive resort with this many amenities is enticing -- unless it's peace and quiet you’re after.
Grace Bay Club

Grace Bay Club Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Opened in 1993, Grace Bay Club is Turks and Caicos’ original luxury benchmark. With essentially three different resorts offering three distinct accommodation styles, this 82-room beachfront property continues to raise the bar with lots of popular dining options, a 5,000-square foot spa, an impressive kids' club, and three pristine infinity-edge pools.
Beach House

Beach House Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, 21-unit Beach House is an all-suite property located on Grace Bay, the island's most beautiful beach. Suites are enormous, sophisticated, and have open-plan kitchens, dining nooks, living rooms, and larger-than-expected balconies (either overlooking Grace Bay or the lush garden grounds). Out back, the turquoise waters and powder sand of Grace Bay await -- with each suite receiving a dedicated lounge space to soak it all in. Spa treatments are available indoors or on the beach, the pool is attractively landscaped, and the restaurant serves creative fusion cuisine. It may also be worth considering the similarly priced Point Grace, which also offers big luxury suites on Grace Bay.
The Venetian on Grace Bay

The Venetian on Grace Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For a quiet, condo-style luxury property in Providenciales, the Venetian at Grace Bay is hard to top. The 27 contemporary condos are individually owned, and there may be limited availability during high season when many owners return. The three-bedroom, three-and-half-bath units (which can be converted to have fewer bedrooms) are enormous; all have kitchens and ocean-view balconies. Guests can choose from playing tennis, renting bikes, grilling up grub in the barbecue area, or taking a refreshing swim in the courtyard pool. There is also a large fitness room and small spa treatment room (appointment only) located in the lobby. Grace Bay Beach is one of the biggest draws, and its fine white sand and crystal blue waters can be found right behind the hotel. Just note that it's one of the most expensive properties on the island (for a reason), and the semi-removed location means that rental cars or taxi cabs are a must.
The Tuscany on Grace Bay

The Tuscany on Grace Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Made up of 42 huge three-bedroom luxury units (which can be converted to one- and two-bedroom suites), this condo resort offers stunning views of the sea from its lovely pool as well as from every balcony. Sure, there’s no on-site restaurant, bar, or spa, but full kitchens, a picturesque beach, and a short walk or drive to the island’s best shopping, dining, and golf help make up for shortcomings.
Seven Stars Resort

Seven Stars Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 115-room beachfront resort manages to provide elegant, spacious suites, exceptional service, and a plethora of amenities for rates often much lower than competing properties'. With three dining options, a heated saltwater pool, a spa, a kids' club, a 24-hour fitness center, and a sprawling beachfront, Seven Stars is in the same league as the island's top resorts. It's nearly perfect, except for a cramped business center, cheap beach furniture, and expensive, though excellent, dining.
La Vista Azul Resort

La Vista Azul Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Made up of 78 large one- and two-bedroom luxury condos (each with a kitchen and washer/dryer), this condo-hotel complex offers stunning views of the Caribbean via two rooftop pools and huge balconies in every unit. There's no beach access (the property is one of few not even located near Grace Bay), restaurant, overnight desk staff, or spa; guests come for the beautiful views and accessible price tag.
Royal West Indies Resort

Royal West Indies Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Royal West Indies is a middle-of-the-road choice for comfortable -- but not exceptional -- accommodations and amenities. You won't find tennis courts, a spa, or even a fitness center, but a decent restaurant, two pools, and a lovely beachfront exceed expectations for the budget price. Rooms are mediocre at best, and bathrooms are especially small, but every unit has a furnished balcony and, again, the rates are easy on the wallet.
Ports of Call Resort

Ports of Call Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 98-room Ports of Call Resort is an upper-middle-range hotel located between Provo's two main roads. Although not directly on the Grace Bay Beach, it does have a dedicated beach space and is just a five-minute walk (or free shuttle ride) away. Rooms are all spacious Junior Suites with updated contemporary decor featuring local art. Family-friendly features like a kids' playground and sitter service make it ideal for families, while couples can take advantage of the private and quiet vibe. Meanwhile, the poolside bar happy hours and proximity to shops, restaurants, and bars make it appealing to other travelers, too. Features are more extensive here than at many other options in this price category.
Harbour Club Villas & Marina

Harbour Club Villas & Marina Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This extremely small residence-style boutique property only has six units, and is surrounded by lush native plants and flowers. The front of the quiet and slightly remote Harbour Club Villas and Marina is flanked by lakefront, which is popular for fishing; the back of the property is home to a seafront marina used by local tourist companies for fishing, scuba, and snorkeling trips (as well as guests docking their boats). Boaters, couples, families, and groups looking for a quiet getaway and full kitchens will find this property attractive -- especially larger groups who can rent all six units and have the place to themselves. For a slightly (and sometimes much) higher price tag you can find more updated and contemporary units on the island, but none of them have the Harbour Club's unique dual-waterfront location and incredibly intimate vibe.


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