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Why choose Turks and Caicos for last minute vacations? People pick Turks and Caicos not only because they can find some great last minute vacation deals to this beautiful destination, but also because they are on the lookout for gorgeous deserted beaches with powder white sand,  stunning and well-preserved coral reefs, beautiful marine life coupled with genuine and warm weather. That, and the abundance of the first class hotels and restaurants that can satisfy any taste along, not to mention the popular spas that will help you make your last minute vacation really relaxing and unforgettable. The islands are famous for their unique serene atmosphere and the hospitality of the people, populating them. The Turks and Caicos are also home to one of the Best Beaches in the World -  Grace Bay Beach.  The inviting waters will mesmerize you with the breathtaking hues, and will make you remember your fishing, snorkeling or diving experiences for the years to come. The islands are only a short flight away from the US east coast, and before you know it you will be thrown back in time, and will feel totally relaxed and rejuvenated at Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts.

Destination Highlights:

  • Only 75 min. from Florida by plane
  • Well-Preserved Coral Reefs, many other underwater sites – immensely popular with divers
  • Numerous beautiful white-sand beaches
  • Great for snorkeling and sailing
  • 18-hole Golf Course
  • Restaurants and Shopping
  • British colonial culture
  • Average Temperatures:75F-85F/24C-29C (November-May)Up to90F/32C (June-October)

Seven Stars Resort Turks and Caicos

Top Reason To Travel to Turks and Caicos:

  • Enjoy many miles of deserted beaches even at popular locations
  • The islands are divers’ paradise thanks to one of the largest coral reef systems in the world
  • Excellent boating and fishing opportunities due to numerous uninhabited cays and coves
  • You can dive into the past but stay in the present – there are lots of unbeaten paths to explore
  • Celebrity-spotting: thanks to a large number of resorts, exclusive villas, penthouse suites and destination spas, celebrities flock to these islands

Discover the Best Turks and Caicos Beaches:

Providenciales (The Caicos):

  • Grace Bay Beach
  • Half Moon Bay Beach
  • Malcom’s Beach
  • Sapodilla Bay Beach

North Caicos:

  • Horse Stable Beach
  • Whitby Beach

South Caicos:

  • Long Bay Beach
  • Little Ambergris Cay Beach
  • Belle Sound Beaches

Grand Turk:

  • Governor’s Beach
  • Governor’s Beach
  • Pillory Beach

Salt Cay (The Turks):

  • North Beach
  • Big Sand Cay

Where To Stay:

Some people say the Turks and Caicos islands are a pricey destination. This is somewhat true, particularly if you want to stay at one of the more upscale properties on Provo, such as the famed Parrot Cay. But, there are also a large number of smaller inns on Provo and other outer islands that are really very charming, albeit a bit isolated (can be the most attractive feature for some travelers!).

Provo is home to most of the posh resorts, including several all-inclusives. There are also a lot of condo-style properties there that could be great for families as they will get a fully-equipped kitchen for family breakfasts and dinners. Some smaller

islands also have luxury resorts. Villas are plentiful as well and could be a viable choice for certain travelers, including families with kids.

Smaller inns are very popular with divers as these are the folks who are always looking for money-saving opportunities, and many of these inns cater to divers only.

If you are looking for Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts, you can enjoy a stay at Sandals, Club Med, and Meridian. However, the less known hotels dominate the travel industry of the islands.

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There is at least one 18-hole golf course along with some smaller courses. Grand Turk is the place where the government resides, together with some heritage hotels, which serve as the main attraction on the islands.

Featured Resorts In Turks & Caicos

1. Meridian Club - AI

The Meridian Club - All Inclusive

Location: 33133, Pine Cay – a privately owned island; boat transfer from the Provo airport to the island (20 min ride); a private transportation by air can also be arranged;

Rooms: 12 rooms in the two-story house and Sand Dollar cottage; this is the only resort on the island; however, there are some privately owned homes, that could also be available for rent.;

All-Inclusive: All three daily meals plus afternoon English tea with cookies; drinks and cocktails throughout the day at the bars;

Activities: tennis, basketball, jogging and walking, biking; shelling, bird watching, library and board games; darts, shuffle board;

Water Sports: Swimming (either in the sea or fresh water pool), snorkeling, sailing, kayaking;

Extras: Spa treatments; all local tours and excursions; golf (at the Provo Golf and Country Club); scuba diving; deep-sea fishing; bottom fishing; bonefishing; wedding packages;

Adults/Kids: Children 12 and older; kids under 12 may come in June/July and for Christmas;

Pros: Spectacular 2.5-mile beach; peaceful, quiet resort; great food; friendly staff; rooms are clean and spacious; private outdoor shower to eliminate sand; very safe place; no cars; no TVs or phones in the room;

Cons: Breakfast ends at 9:45 – too early for some; not a great place if you want to have fun and night life; some guests don’t like boarding school regiment at the resort; some repeat customers won’t mix with “new” gusts;

2. Key West Village - AI

Key West Village

Note: Formerly The Veranda Resort & Residences, the property has  been acquired by Sandals Resorts International and will be re-opening under the new name of Key West Village after the renovations have been completed. The opening date is set for May 22nd, and the resort is currently accepting reservations. NEW: the resort is adding three new restaurants in addition to its Discovery Dining feature that already includes 16 gourmet restaurants: Marin restaurant, Sky Lounge Restaurant, and Grill Bleau restaurant.

The Veranda Resort & Residences-pool
Key West Village in Turks and Caicos video:

Location: Key West Village, Turks and Caicos Islands, BWI; on Grace Bay beach;

Rooms: 168 expansive studios and 1 & 2 bedroom suites in the Veranda house; 8 beachfront villas;  all amid of tasteful blend of inviting pathways, luxuriant landscaping, and  tropical exterior colors; architecture inspired by Nantucket and Key West motives;

All-Inclusive: All three daily meals plus afternoon tea; all drinks and cocktails; top self liquor;  onsite activities; non-motorized water sports; nightly entertainment;

Activities: Restaurants and lounges, including signature restaurant overlooking Grace Bay; 3 swimming pools (one for children); fitness center; full-service spa; bone fishing; reef fishing; beach combing; tennis; kids club;

Water Sports: Scuba diving; snorkeling; windsurfing; parasailing; kite boarding;

Extras: Waterskiing; jet skiing; horseback riding on the beach; whale watching; golf at the Provo Golf Course; casino; wedding packages;

Adults/Kids: Children 12 and older; kids under 12 may come in June/July and for Christmas;

Pros: Clean spacious rooms; very friendly staff; a full bar close to the beach; decent liquor selection; flat screens in the rooms; brand new gym; excellent food; awesome white powder beach and crystal clear water; enough chairs and umbrellas on the beach; babysitting service; great place for families; good housekeeping; not as crowded as other resorts;

Cons: We will leave the cons out as they pertain to the previous management; under Sandals management they may no longer be relevant;


3. Beaches Turks & Caicos - AI

Beaches Turks & Caicos

Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa-beach walk
Beaches – Turks and Caicos video:

Location: Lower Bight Rd, Providenciales; 15 min from the airport;

Rooms: 614 rooms; split into 3 villages: French, Italian, and Caribbean; dozens of categories to choose from including ocean views;

All-Inclusive: All meals, drinks and snacks, including kids-oriented restaurants; 24-hour food service; luxurious accommodation; Kids’ Pirates island; scuba diving and water sports; unlimited drinks, including top shelf liquor; free wedding package; supervised activities for children; airport transfers, and all tips and gratuities;

Activities: 16 restaurants, 10 bars, 12-mile beach; 6 pools; 3 swim-up bars; all-ages kids camp; Liquid at Beaches disco club; Pirates Island Waterpark; Trench Town teens-only game room;  XBOX 360 Game Garage; day and night tennis; billiards; beach volleyball; fitness center; lawn chess; board games; croquet; table tennis;

Water Sports: Best scuba diving program in the Caribbean; Non-Motorized Water Sports: kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, snorkeling, sailing, Hobie cats, hydrobikes; 2 big waterslides; 2 kiddie pools;

Extras: Spa treatments; all local tours and excursions;

Adults/Kids: Family Resort;

Pros: Breathtaking water and soft white sand; nice pools (particularly Italian Village pool); can forget the wallet entire time; food accessible from everywhere; lots of activities for kids; excellent food – great choice; the grounds are clean and well-kept; the Italian Village seems to get the best reviews;

Cons: Staff can be friendly but not helpful; lots of kids everywhere – too much noise for some; drinks are watered down; need to “reserve” a chair at the beach; service is slow; lots of mosquitoes;

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Latest News: This resort has just been named the World’s BEST Hotel For Families by Travel+Leisure magazine!

4. Club Med Turkoise - AI

Club Med Turkoise

Club Med Turkoise - beach ocean

Club Med Turkoise video:

Location: Club Med Turkoise, Turks & Caicos; North East side of the capital Island Providenciales, at Grace Bay;

Rooms: 290 rooms; in color two-floor bungalows, in two distinct areas: Marina and Florina (6 buildings overall;

All-Inclusive: All meals, drinks and snacks; non-motorized water sports; unlimited drinks, excluding top shelf liquor; airport transfers, and all tips and gratuities; round-trip flights;

Activities: 2 restaurants, a snack bar, and 3 bars; swimming pool; fitness school; Flying Trapeze and Circus School; Bocce ball; table tennis; nightly entertainment; beach volleyball; soccer, mini soccer; softball; hockey;

Water Sports: Windsurfing and funboarding;  snorkeling, sailing, aquadynamic; kayaking; volley polo;

Extras: Horse riding, golf; all local tours and excursions; scuba diving;

Adults/Kids: Adults Only;

Pros: Lovely location; good sailing and snorkeling; good food but repetitive (buffet style); softest sand on the beach; very clear water;  colorful buildings; always smiling staff (with the exception of the reception desk and bartender); great place for diving; the Circus School seems to be loved by all guests;  great resort for active people;

Cons: The rooms have seen better days; lots of mosquitoes; the pool looks like it needs to be thoroughly cleaned;  CHECK RATES & REVIEWS>>

Meals Not Included - Top 4 Resorts in Turks & Caicos

Top 4 Resorts in Turks & Caicos – Meals Not Included:

The Tuscany

The Tuscany on Grace Bay - beach ocean

The Tuscany on Grace Bay in Providenciales video:

Location: Grace Bay Beach, 90201, Providenciales; just 15 min from airport;

Rooms: 30 3-bedroom suites; Travelers’ Choice® 2011 Winner; a luxury boutique resort with Italian inspired courtyard and all rooms featuring an oceanfront view;

Activities : Swimming pool (on the property); diving and snorkeling; golf (at the nearby Provo Golf Club); miniature golf (nearby); tennis court; bone fishing; reef fishing; parasailing; horseback riding; caving, hiking;

Water Sports: Kayaking; windsurfing; kite surfing; wakeboarding; waterskiing; banana boat rides; glass bottom boat ride; miniature submarine ride (all nearby);

Extras: There’s no restaurant at the hotel (which is actually a condo), but there is one nearby and two more a little further down the beach; you’ll have to buy your own groceries and cook your own meals;

Adults/Kids: Kids welcome;

Pros: Beautiful beach with fine soft sand and super blue water; very quiet – away from everything; great for big families as each suite has 3 bedrooms; all guestrooms have ocean views;

Cons: there’s no restaurant on the property, and some of the best restaurants on the Caicos are a bit away from the resort; if you are into self-catering – prepare to pay, it’s quite expensive ;


The Regent Grand

The Regent Grand turks & Caicos -outdoor pool

Video of The Regent Grand Resort & Spa, Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos:

Location: Regent Street | Grace Bay, Providenciales; located in the heart of Grace Bay Beach, just a short distance away from restaurants and shops;

Rooms: Two types of suites: oceanfront and garden view with private terraces; state-of-the-art kitchens;

Activities: Mosaic-tiled Infinity pool; Teona spa; fitness center; day-and-night tennis court; Vix restaurant (on premises);  offsite activities: diving and snorkeling; golf (at the nearby Provo Golf Club); miniature golf (nearby); tennis court; bone fishing; reef fishing; parasailing; horseback riding; caving, hiking; weekly manager’s cocktail party;

Water Sports: All offsite: Kayaking; windsurfing; kite surfing; wakeboarding; waterskiing; banana boat rides; glass bottom boat ride; miniature submarine ride;

Extras: Wedding packages;

Adults/Kids: Kids welcome;

Pros: Ideal for extended families; luxurious condominium-style accommodation; gorgeous beach less than a minute away; great location; friendly helpful staff; lots of water sports to choose from; hotel has own bikes – no need to rent; well-manicured grounds; outstanding views; a grocery store nearby;

Cons: it’s not a full service resort; no onsite restaurant; lack of activities compared to other resorts; located on the very end of the beach;


Villa Renaissance

Villa Renaissance turks & caicos - pool palms

Villa Renaissance video:

Location: Ventura Drive, BWI, Providenciales; 20 min from airport; in the “heart” of Provo;

Rooms: 32 suites; Italian and French Riviera-inspired style 4-story building; all beachfront suites plus 4 poolside cottages; modern kitchens with marble counter-tops and stainless steel appliances;

Activities: Powder-white sand beach; book and DVD library; guest lounge; 6 complementary bicycles; fitness center; mosaic-style pool with all-day pool service; Teona spa; day/night all-weather tennis court; golf (at Provo Golf & Country Club – 2 miles from the hotel);

Water Sports: All offsite: scuba diving; whale watching; nature tours; kayaking; windsurfing; kite surfing; wakeboarding; waterskiing; banana boat rides; glass bottom boat ride; miniature submarine ride;

Extras: Wedding packages;

Adults/Kids: Kids welcome;

Pros: Seats directly on the amazing beach; walking distance to shops, restaurants and bars; well-maintained, not overcrowded pool; gorgeous views from balconies; very quiet; friendly staff; well-kept hotel grounds;

Cons: No onsite restaurant; breakfast not included; can’t charge drinks to the room; no entertainment;


Gansevoort Turks + Caicos

Gansevoort Turks + Caicos - main pool

Gansevoort Hotel Turks & Caicos Islands, video:

Location: Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales; at the west end of Grace Bay;

Rooms: 91 suites; with sweeping oceanfront views; full buffet breakfast;

Activities: Infinity edge pool; exhale spa; daily happy hour; Bagatelle Bistrot & Beach bar + grill; yoga and wellness classes; fitness center; gourmet restaurant; beach volleyball; Offsite: tennis; carts; golf; mini golf; horseback riding; parasailing; casino;

Water Sports: Complementary use of Hobie Wave beach catamaran, kayaks, and snorkeling equipment; paddle boating; Offsite: motorized and non-motorized water sports;

Extras: Wedding packages; tours;

Adults/Kids: Kids welcome;

Pros: Beautiful beach and crystal clear water; very new hotel, all rooms are nicely furnished; above average food; stunning views of the ocean; friendly staff; flawless housekeeping; the property is extremely clean and upscale; outstanding breakfast;

Cons: Pool is not lit at night; hotel charges for beds and umbrellas on the beach; 10% hotel surcharge on everything (unlike at other hotels in the same area); no swim-up bar at the pool; too quiet for kids;


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More About Turks & Caicos:

Comprised of about 50 islands, lying about 565 miles from Florida, Turks and Caicos are extremely popular among all sorts of divers, who are flocking to this destination to discover the beautiful underwater reefs and fish. As you have probably guessed from the islands’ name there are two main island chains – one is referred to as the Turks Islands and the other – the Caicos Islands. Grand Turk is the main island in the Turks chain, and Providenciales is the Caicos’ main island.

The air service has drastically improved recently, which attracted lots of fans of water motorized and non-motorized sports. The main hub of the Islands is the Providenciales (aka Provo) airport , and from there you will be transferred to other areas of the Turks and Caicos. If you need to fly directly to Grand Turks, there is one carrier in Florida (Lynx Air) that does fly directly to Grand Turks.

The main gem of the Turks and Caicos are the numerous immaculate white-sand beaches, covering over 232 miles, and the  crystal clear aquamarine waters, washing the shores. The people of the Turks and Caicos are commonly called “Belongers”, and are considered by most travelers as being very friendly and helpful, which ensures that your stay there will be most memorable and tranquil.

Discover Turks & Caicos world class hotels, restaurants, and spas, along with the famous stretches of uncrowded white powder beaches and pulsating coral reefs. If you are looking for the last minute vacation deals on land or below the water, and are dreaming of relaxing in the exclusive serenity, beauty, and hospitality of the Caribbean islands, then you won’t regret choosing Turks and Caicos as your ultimate Caribbean destination.