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Resorts in Turks and Caicos

The majority of posh resorts are located in Grace Bay, where the tourists can find award winning beaches and lovely places to practice water sports. Incredible resorts are also located at the edge of national reserves and facing the sea.

Tourist season

Just like in the rest of the Caribbean, the high season lasts between December and April. During the low season many resorts are closed and they start to re-open between October 1 and November 1, just in time for the new high season. Hurricane Ike badly hit the islands in 2008 but not many resorts were that severely affected.

Worth trying

Turks & Caicos Club

The renowned luxury resort is tucked within the beaches of Grace Bay and although it offers only 21 suites, it’s an ideal place for those who want to spend a romantic vacation. All suites have a kitchen and are equipped with AC, TV, phone and internet access.

There’s a romantic package available but you can create your own vacation package, as well. During winter (Jan 4 to April 12, 2009) rates vary between US$595 per night for the 1-bedroom oceanfront suite and US$1,095 per night for the 2-bedroom oceanfront suite. Price includes daily breakfast but excludes taxes.

The resort wasn’t affected by hurricane Ike and is open.


Amanyara stands on the secluded western shore of Providenciales, between coral reefs and a national reserve. The pristine beach and turquoise waters along with the beautiful orchids make this location truly a paradise on Earth and a lovely place to spend a romantic getaway.
During the winter the rates vary between US$1550 per night for 2 persons in the Pavilion, US$1750 per night for 2 persons in the Partial ocean pavilion and US$1950 per night for 2 persons in the Ocean pavilion.

The resort wasn’t affected by Hurricane Ike and is open.

Northwest Point Resort

Northwest Point is located right on the beach and offers great views of the clear waters of National Marine Park, offering an incredible place to spend a lovely vacation. The guests can choose between 1, 2 or 3 bedroom oceanfront, ocean view, pool or garden view suites. All suites have kitchen and TV while the resort offers a pool, a Jacuzzi, beach beds and umbrellas, fitness center and BBQ area.

There are romantic packages available, but you can also choose create your own vacation package. During the winter season (Jan 4 to Apr 16, 2009) the rates range between US$240.00 per night for 1-Bedroom Deluxe (sleeps 2) and US$710.00 per night for 3-Bedroom Deluxe (sleeps 6). Taxes are not included.
The resort wasn’t affected by hurricane Ike and is open.

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