The Caribbean Islands provide some of the best destinations for tourists and travelers. But some are better than others, such as Turks and Caicos (T&C). In terms of flight options, convenience, local culture, hospitality and beaches, it takes the first prize. And because of its conscientious civic planning, nothing about T&C is overdeveloped or crowded.
But the real highlights are on its fancy hotels and resorts.
If you want to stay isolated from the rest of the crowd, book a room at the Amanyara, the only Aman Resort in the Caribbean. It is built near the North West Point National Park, particularly in the western coast. The resort offers a sanctuary of private stand-alone villas, where you can relax or play tennis to your heart’s content with as much privacy as you want.
Grace Bay Club
The Grace Bay Club is the first luxury hotel on the island and has retained the reputation ever since. It provides three different accommodation categories, with each one offering something different.
The Villas are perfect for a family vacation, as it offers large 3-bedroom apartments with kitchens, living room and balconies.
The Hotel is for adults only, and guests can stay in suites with up to 2 bedrooms.
The Estate offers plush accommodation that is mostly privately owned. There are suites that are huge as four bedrooms, complete with professional-grade kitchens, media rooms or libraries, and private plunge pools.
To make your stay as comfortable as possible, you have the option to bring your own valet and chef.
Resorts and spas are popping up like crazy around the world, and T&C is no different. In this island, their prized contender is the Parrot Cay that is known for its Como Shambhala Spa, where you can go on a wellness retreat. Top it with excellent cuisine and your stay at the Parrot Cay would be healthy and memorable.