The Best Turks and Caicos Resorts
Thanks to its stunning shores and pristine, turquoise waters, Turks and Caicos has become one of the hottest places to travel. The islands’ natural beauty is matched only by its choice of luxury accommodations. From romantic, all inclusive resorts to private island stays, the best Turks and Caicos resorts will blow you away.
Rated the best beach in the world, Grace Bay is the most popular location for resorts in Turks and Caicos. However, every inch of every island is a gorgeous destination in its own right. So with such a diverse list of properties and locations, you are sure to find a resort that suits your needs. Without further ado, here is my list of the best Turks and Caicos resorts.
10. Point Grace
With a signature West Indian style, Point Grace is a romantic boutique hotel located on Grace Bay. Whether in a one-bedroom cottage or a palatial, four-bedroom penthouse, every suite offers comfort, privacy, and charm.
In addition to the beautiful living spaces, Point Grace offers wonderful amenities like the Thalasso Spa. The spa provides full-service European-style Thalassotherapy. You can enjoy it by the ocean front and listen to the sound of waves crashing melodically on the shore.
9. The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos
The Ritz-Carlton is one of the newest Turks and Caicos resorts to settle on the sugar-white sands of Grace Bay. But the Ritz is one of the oldest and most well-known names in the luxury business. Like all its other properties, the Ritz-Carlton in Turks and Caicos offers a wealth of amenities and sophisticated rooms.
Some of these amenities are common among the other Turks & Caicos resorts: beautiful pool, fully-equipped fitness center, fine dining, and so on. Unlike the others, however, the Ritz also has a casino. So, after a long day at the beach, you can hit the slots or play a few hands of blackjack.
8. The Palms Turks & Caicos
Tucked away on a tranquil strip of Grace Bay, the Palms Turks & Caicos has 72 stylish suites that set the bar for luxury resorts. Many of these suites come with balconies, where you can lounge in the sun and enjoy the ocean views.
Defined by a laid-back luxe, the Palms provides relaxing amenities, such as a 25,000-foot spa, tennis courts, and a spectacular infinity pool. The resort also offers moonbathing, a night-time experience with mini spa treatments and cocktails. If that doesn’t float your boat, you will at least be charmed by the Palms’ friendly, eager-to-please staff.
7. Rock House
Rock House, the sister property to Grace Bay Club, is a Turks and Caicos resort like you’ve never seen before. The new resort opened in May 2022 and is set on a private, cliffside beach on the north coast of Providenciales. Some peaks reach as high as 95 feet above the sea, so you are sure to find some dramatic ocean views.
Exquisite vistas aside, Rock House also features incredible suites with private infinity pools, standalone soaking tubs, and furnished terraces. Accompanied with these suites are some incredible dining options. The intimate Cave Bar and marvelous Sunset Bar are especially enjoyable thanks to their inventive cocktails and breathtaking views.
Although I recommend Rock House for any traveler, there are few Turks and Caicos resorts with so much intimacy. The private, romantic environment makes a perfect getaway for couples and honeymooners.
6. Ambergris Cay Resort
Set on a private island, Ambergris Cay Resort is a secluded luxury property with a bright, minimalistic beach style. Whether you stay in a private villa or one of the resort’s ten suites, you will enjoy amazing comforts like infinity pools, outdoor showers, oceanfront views, butler service, and more.
The price tag is high, even for Turks and Caicos, but Ambergris Cay is an all inclusive resort, and not an ordinary one either. Included in the price are private plane transfers from Providenciales, a deserted island lunch experience, daily 30-minute spa treatments, water sports, snorkeling, fishing, guided nature walks, and much more.
Dining and drinks of course come free. But unlike other Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts, Ambergris Cay offers dynamic and personalized menus with local ingredients. If you don’t like what’s on the menu, Ambergris Cay Resort encourages you to request a meal “your way.”
If you can stomach the price tag, you are in for a truly unforgettable experience.
5. The Shore Club Turks & Caicos
Turks and Caicos is already paradise, but The Shore Club brings you one step closer to heaven with its indulgent resort experience. With posh suites and villas, secluded beach views, and four gorgeous pools, it’s no wonder The Shore Club was voted the most Instagrammable hotel in the world.
The Shore Club has all the amenities of an exclusive luxury resort: fitness center, tennis courts, fine dining, classy bars, and boutique shops. But there is also a Kids Club. So families can drop off their kids while they enjoy getting pampered at the relaxing Dune Spa.
Additionally, The Shore Club is situated only a few minutes from the Providenciales town center. The location is perfect if you want to explore more of Turks and Caicos.
4. COMO Parrot Cay
Set on its own private island, COMO Parrot Cay is an award-winning resort with powdery, white beaches and verdant forest trails. Like a personal Eden, the resort is so enchanting that several celebrities, such as Bruce Willis and Christie Brinkley, have bought villas here.
There are numerous reasons to fall in love with COMO Parrot Cay. The accommodations have a quiet elegance complemented by private pools, beach views, and contemporary dining options. Although not an all inclusive Turks and Caicos resort, full and half-board meal plans are available for purchase.
Notably, Parrot Cay also has the region’s best spa, the COMO Shambhala Retreat. Numerous Asian-inspired wellness activities and holistic therapies are available daily. The spa also overlooks a calming section of the North Caicos Channel. Take a day to immerse yourself in the unparalleled spa treatments, and you will surely find peace.
Although Aman is one of the most exclusive hotel brands in the world, its Turks and Caicos resort, Amanyara, is a subdued, luxury property that prioritizes harmony with its natural surroundings. The carefully crafted indoor/outdoor dynamic creates an indescribable balance and tranquility perfect for any vacation or honeymoon.
Tucked away in the coastal vegetation of the Northwest Point Marine Reserve, Amanyara offers pavilions with shaded terraces and floor-to-glass doors, some of which lead to a private pool or beach. You can also stay in a villa, which includes black infinity pools, personal chefs and housekeepers, and pristine ponds, gardens, and beach views.
While the resort brings balance with nature, Amanyara’s commitment to wellness allows you to find balance within yourself. You can take a more active approach by enjoying the property’s tennis courts, volleyball court, multi-sport field, and fitness center. Or you can head to the Aman Spa for a therapeutic and purifying journey.
Yes, Amanyara is one of the most expensive Turks and Caicos resorts. But you will be hard pressed to find another accommodation so luxurious and restorative.
2. Seven Stars Resort and Spa
Located on Grace Bay, Seven Stars Resort and Spa is an incredible Turks and Caicos resort that gives you the best bang for your buck. From stellar service to five-star dining to sophisticated suites, Seven Stars has everything you need for a perfect Caribbean vacation.
Defined by island-inspired décor, the resort’s accommodations are comfortable and homey. Many of the suites come with furnished terraces, marble baths, kitchens, and expansive sitting areas. However, even the smallest suites are spacious and cozy. So you can’t go wrong no matter where you stay.
As nice as the rooms are, Seven Stars has countless perks you can’t forget. For one, the resort has the island’s only heated saltwater pool, where attendants are standing at the ready to provide delicious cocktails. There are tennis courts, a full-service spa, water sports, a fitness center, and complimentary yoga classes.
Still need more from your trip? Seven Stars’ Online Concierge will help you plan everything before you even step onto the resort.
1. Grace Bay Club
As the first luxury all-suite resort on the island, Grace Bay Club is one of the most iconic Turks and Caicos resorts. Its timeless sophistication is matched only by its professional service and incredible dining options.
Grace Bay Club offers three distinct accommodations: The Hotel (adults-only), The Villas Suites (family-friendly), and The Estate (uber-luxe resort within a resort). Refined decorations, oceanfront views, and enormous living spaces can be found in all options, but The Estate is especially lavish. Outdoor showers, plunge pools, and media rooms are just some of the comforts you can enjoy.
Like the other Turks and Caicos resorts, Grace Bay Club has plenty of transformative resort experiences. Not least among these is Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar. Perhaps the best restaurant in all of Turks and Caicos, Infiniti presents modern dishes with fresh ingredients and a superb, romantic ambiance.
Whatever you’re looking for in Turks and Caicos, you’ll find the best of it right here at Grace Bay Club.
Things to Do in Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos is a vibrant paradise with plenty of amazing sights and activities. So once you book your stay at one of these amazing Turks and Caicos resorts, check out my list of the best things to do in Turks and Caicos.