Sustainable Hotels in Turks & Caicos Islands

Last updated on May 17, 2023

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With pristine sand beaches, wild vegetation, and excellent year-round weather, the Turks and Caicos Islands cater to both adventurous spirits and high-end travelers. Snorkeling, diving, kayaking, sailing – fun is guaranteed at the islands, however, you may want to spare some time to feel the comfort of the hotel’s interiors as they are all about barefoot elegance in tropical settings. The luxury hotels in the Turks and Caicos Islands epitomize all that one thinks when thinking of romantic getaways, so let’s take a look at the best luxury hotels the islands have to offer.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands
Como Parrot Cay
  • From $795 /per night

The ideal retreat far away from home, Como Parrot Cay is situated on a private, secluded island. The hotel is located 25 minutes away (by speedboat) from Providenciales and its grandiose property faces the ocean. The island is surrounded by 3.2 miles of white sand beaches, while its grounds are covered with rare fauna. Flowers, palms, and cactuses – Como Parrot Cay truly boasts a one-of-a-kind location.

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The accommodation is everything you would expect from a resort located on an island – sun-kissed villas equipped with Indonesian four-poster beds. The ocean-inspired color palette keeps the ambient fresh, while the large windows infuse the rooms with natural light. Guests can choose between garden view rooms, ocean view rooms, one-bedroom beach houses, and ocean-view suites. Some units open to a private sundeck, with a heated pool and an outdoor garden shower, while others have their own private pool. In-room amenities include air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, Nespresso machines, yoga mats, an in-room safe, and free wi-fi.

Como Parrot Cay boasts a large infinity pool perched on a beachfront. This is a quiet, adult-only area where guests can relax on white-cushioned loungers and daybed pavilions. Don’t miss to try some of the Caribbean cocktails served by the hip poolside bar.

If you need to pamper yourself with some extra luxury, book a treatment at the renowned spa where talented professionals offer Asian-inspired treatments including Ayurveda and aromatherapy.

The garden view room starts at $795.

  • Provedianciles, Turks, and Caicos Islands
The Palms Turks and Caicos Islands
  • From $489 /per night

The Palms is a luxurious retreat situated on the beautiful shores of Providenciales. The resort spread across 12 acres at the center of Grace Bay Beach – known as one of the most beautiful white-sand beaches in the world. Inspired by the classic estates of Oliver Messel, the property houses 72 exclusive suites. All suites at the resort feature king-sized beds with custom hand-tufted bedding, spacious bathrooms with quality bathing products, cable television, flat-screen TV, coffee machines, electric kettles, in-room safes, and signature robes. The penthouse suites with ocean views also feature in-suite washers/dryers, fully-equipped kitchens, and balconies.

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The hotel’s spa is almost a destination unto itself. Guests can relax and reflect in a 25,000 square foot spa equipped with a sauna and numerous treatment rooms. After a relaxing massage, you can spend your day at the state-of-art infinity pool lined with palm trees and comfortable sun loungers.

In terms of dining, The Palms has an impressive offer. Parallel 23 serves ocean-inspired dishes in a sophisticated setting with full-height French doors and a hi-tech display kitchen. Here, executive chef Lauren Callinghen accounts for the delicious menu featuring dishes such as coconut-marinated conch ceviche, 21-aged steaks, and pan-roasted sea bass. Wine lovers will appreciate the extensive boutique wine list.

Crab salad, grilled vegetable spaghetti, Caicos lobster, and swordfish are just some of the specialties served at the elegant 72°West. L’Attitude bar is the perfect place for evening tapas alongside vintage rum or cognac.

Junior suites start at $489.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands
Grace Bay Club
  • From $495 /per night

Grace Bay Club is considered to be one of the most luxurious hotels in the Turks and Caicos Islands. What sets this hotel apart from the others is the long stretch of beach that it occupies and the impressive list of amenities that it offers. The hotel is also a short walk away from Grace Bay Road dotted with numerous charming shops and restaurants. The Casablanca Casino and Provo Golf Club are a 10-minute walk away.

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Grace Bay Club offers three types of accommodation – adult-only guest rooms, family-friendly villas, and apartment-style units. Effortless elegance is what all these units have in common. Picture a gray color palette, soft furnishings, and four-poster beds covered with Egyptian cotton linens. With LCD TVs, iPod docks, air-conditioning, working desks, and free Wi-Fi, the amenities offered here guarantee comfort. The suites are equipped with kitchenettes with microwaves, mini-fridges, ovens, and two-burner stove tops and are ideal for a family vacation. Additionally, the suites have large balconies with ocean views, while the bathrooms are sleek with glass-door showers and separate soaking tubs.

The hotel’s dining options are as impressive as its guest rooms. The open-air restaurant lined with palm trees serves Caribbean-inspired tapas paired with a list of beers and cocktails. At the Grill Rouge, guests can enjoy Italian fare and a solid international lunch menu, while Krave specializes in gourmet comfort food, like burgers and jerk chicken. Additionally, the hotel is home to the longest bar in the Caribbean – Infinity – which serves cocktails all throughout the night.

Villas junior suites start at $495.

  • Turks and Caicos Island
Ambergris Cay
  • From $1450 /per night

Ambergris Cay is situated on the southwest corner of the string of the Turks and Caicos Islands on the world-famous Caicos Banks islands. The area is known for having some of the most exquisite ocean shallows in the world. Isolated and remote, Ambergris Cay offers barefoot elegance in sumptuous beachfront suites surrounded by lush vegetation. Unlike the numerous mall-like hotels on the islands, this is a hotel that gives guests the chance to feel closer to nature.

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All suites at the hotel offer impressive beach and ocean views and feature modern Caribbean decor with high ceilings and custom-designed furniture. The verandas have comfortable seating areas and small desks. Amenities include king-size beds facing the ocean, a flat-screen TV with international channels, sofas, seating areas, Nespresso machines, mini-bars, and a mini-safe. The marble bathrooms are sleek with double sinks, an outdoor shower, rain, bathrobes, dryers, and a private plunge pool facing the ocean. The service is impeccable – there’s a butler assigned to every suite so guests can enjoy maximum comfort.

The resort’s beach is the main attraction here, so most of the guests laze their day on the beach or by the infinity pool. If you get bored of contemplating the ocean, you can always go hiking with a guide or rent a bike and explore the island on two wheels. Additionally, the hotel has tennis courts and a lavish spa with treatment rooms facing the ocean. The best part? Resort guests are offered a daily complimentary 30-minute treatment.

One-bedroom suites start at $1450 in the low season.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
  • From $1135 /per night

Boasting barefoot elegance, Amanyara is a luxury resort that’s just steps away from pristine coral reefs. Watersport enthusiasts will be happy to learn that this is one of the best spots on the island for snorkeling. The hotel organizes daily boat trips to the renowned dive site West Coast Provo Kilim, while the nearest airport is a 25-minute drive away.

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Tropical style dominates the interiors, while clean lines and neutral textiles add a uniquely modern vibe. The hand-made furniture and flower arrangements create a comfy and romantic ambiance.

The Pavilions are luxurious with freestanding bathtubs and timber sun decks, while the villas have an open layout with direct access to the beach. Pool pavilions feature infinity pools with ocean views and sun loungers. Each unit at the resort is appointed with top-notch amenities including Nespresso machines, a ceiling fan, an in-room safe, a minibar, and a flat TV screen.

Bathrooms offer a good spot for relaxation with soaking tubs, rainfall showers, and luxurious toiletries.

The hotel boasts a long stretch of sandy beach dotted with shady cabanas, umbrellas, and cushioned sun loungers. For some royal pampering, book a treatment at Aman Spa where a team of expert therapists and medical specialists offers massages and beauty treatments. Romance on the coastline or picnic on the shores, the hotel’s on-site restaurant invites travelers to pick their dining spot and enjoy a menu filled with Caribbean-inspired dishes.

Guest rooms start at $1135.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands
Villa Renaissance
  • From $700 /per night

Being one of the most luxurious hotels in the region, Villa Renaissance is situated directly on the renowned Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales. Inspired by the architecture of the French and Italian villas, the hotel oozes elegance with Juliet balconies and spacious atriums.

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Rooms epitomize contemporary luxury with soft furnishings, chandeliers, and dining rooms that open to furnished balconies. Villa Renaissance offers guests only apartment-style suites with private pools, sun decks, and sun loungers. What’s more, all units have expansive ocean views. Suites are lined with floor-to-ceiling windows and feature a master bedroom and a living area. Bathrooms meet all expectations with walk-in rainfall showers and separate deep soaking overlooking the ocean.

From snorkeling, whale watching, scuba diving, and fishing to golfing, Villa Renaissance is good at keeping the guests entertained. Horseback riding can be arranged and the hotel’s concierge can assist you in booking a dive with one of the many fully qualified PADI dive masters on the island. Last but not least, the hotel’s lavish spa offers an excellent space for relaxation in a setting surrounded by lush vegetation. Group and personal yoga classes are also available.

Suites start at $700.

  • Grace Bay Beach, Turks, and Caicos Islands
Seven Stars Resort
  • From $600 /per night

The Seven Stars Resort boasts a prime location on the famous Grace Bay Beach. The area is known for the miles-long sugar-sand shore and lush vegetation. Peaceful and fancy, this is the ideal spot for anyone who wants to experience the Caribbean barefoot elegance.

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The hotel offers bright junior suites and impressive three-bedroom suites ideal for families or groups of friends. The ocean-inspired color palette keeps the ambiance fresh, while the ultra-modern furniture guarantees maximum comfort. Bathrooms are sleek with marble floors, twin vanities, and walk-in showers. The best part? Each room has a jacuzzi. The Ocean View rooms feature two bedrooms with king beds, a furnished wraparound balcony, and two luxurious bathrooms.

Take a dip in the infinity pool, sip a cocktail, or book a treatment at the spa – Seven Stars Resort is all about moments of pure unadulterated pleasure. In-suite, beachside massage services, and couple’s massages are also available. Wine lovers will be happy to learn that the hotel boasts a 2,500-bottle wine cellar. The setting is private, designed for two to 10 guests, offering a five-course menu paired with a sommelier-selection of wines. Fresh local seafood, steaks, and an array of international dishes are served at the award-winning gourmet restaurant – Seven.

Guest rooms start at $600.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands
The Shore Club
  • From $499 /per night

The Shore Club is a luxury resort situated on the unspoiled Long Beach, named among the “10 Best Island Beaches around the World” by Condé Nast Traveler. Just a few hours from Canada and the United States, and minutes away from the famous Grace Bay Beach Club, The Shore is situated on one of the most private beaches on the islands. This sophisticated hideaway boasts 850 square feet of beachfront property.

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The property’s isolated location caters mostly to honeymooners and couples. Guests can choose between five types of units: Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Two-Bedroom Penthouses, Five-Bedroom, and Six-Bedroom Villas. Hand-selected natural materials and furnishings inspired by the island’s landscape are a recurring theme. The villas are impressive with a heated whirlpool and a private sauna in the master bedroom. Additionally, guests have direct access to a magnificent 800-foot stretch of white sand. Butler services, a private chef, and live entertainment can be arranged for the guests staying at the villas.

The suites are stylish and convenient, equipped with everything from king-size beds, deluxe linens, luxurious bathrobes, to Nespresso machines and a private fully-furnished terrace. Bathrooms are sleek with deep soaking tubs and rain showers, as well as luxurious toiletries. Don’t miss to book a culinary trip or snorkeling tour with some of the friendly guides.

With a lavish spa, a modern fitness center, three restaurants, boutique shopping, four pools, and a Kids Club – The Shore Club surpasses its competition with an impressive list of amenities.

Junior suites start at $499.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
Sands at Grace Bay
  • From $600 /per night

Sands at Grace Bay is a luxury resort situated on the world-famous Grace Bay Club Beach. With amazing weather, 12-miles of powdery white sand, and crystal turquoise waters, the resort’s location is all about moments of inner peace in a dream-like setting.

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The suites feature traditional Caribbean decor, while the contemporary furniture adds a modern vibe. Top-notch amenities include king-size beds, iPod docks, Nespresso machine, air-conditioning, and minibars. Bathrooms have a modern design and are equipped with marble floors, walk-in indoor showers, twin vanities, and a deep soaking tub. Junior Garden Suites feature private balconies and comfy seating areas, while the Junior Ocean Oceanfront Suites feature a terrace overlooking the ocean.

The main draw here is the enormous pool area boasting 3 free-fall swimming pools. Take a dip, laze your day away on the cushioned sun loungers, and marvel at the impressive views over the North Atlantic Ocean. With a beachside pool bar, lavish spa, modern gym, and live shows, the hotel has enough facilities to keep guests entertained. Diving with a guide, scuba diving, snorkeling, golfing, and day cruises to secluded islands can be arranged.

The elegant, open-air restaurant Hemingway serves a variety of gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, and specialties such as soft fish tacos, mango shrimp salad, and Caribbean jerk chicken and chips.

One Bedroom Ocean Suites start at $600.

  • Providenciales
Beaches Turks & Caicos
  • From $1000 /per night

Grandiose and glamorous, Beaches Turks & Caicos offers sumptuous accommodation on the exotic Grace Bay Club Beach, known as one of the best diving spots in the world. The hotel’s gardens are filled with palms and coconut trees and the interiors are equally exotic.

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Having 21 impressive restaurants all featuring tastefully decorated settings, guests can expect unparalleled dining. From fresh seafood, steaks, and burgers, to the traditional Caribbean and Indian specialties including French, Italian, and English cuisine, Beaches is all about 5-star culinary experiences. The villas spread across three floors and offer impressive views over the ocean, while the Italian Suites are appointed with ultra-modern furniture. In-room amenities include a king-size bed adorned with a plush duvet, lounge sleeping chair, flat-screen TV, and a bar area with its own refrigerator and microwave. The views from the French Balconettes are truly unforgettable – these are the best views over the North Atlantic Ocean.

Rent a boat, go sailing, or take part in windsurfing classes with your family or friends, you can be sure you’ll create some unforgettable memories. With an infinity pool, a lavish spa, a kid’s club, and a tennis court, Beaches ticks all the boxes.

Villas start at $1000.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
The Alexandra Resort
  • From $600 /per night

Located on the world-famous Grace Bay Club Beach, The Alexandra Resort is a stunning property offering world-class service and warm hospitality. Regent Village and the Salt Mint are within a walking distance and offer both dining and shopping options. The hotel is a 15-minute drive away from the international airport in Providenciales.

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The Alexandra Resort features 50 suites and 42 studios, all appointed with top-notch amenities. The airy ambiance in the rooms is achieved with a neutral color palette, high ceilings, and soft furnishings. Expect some impressive views from the floor-to-ceiling windows and authentic Caribbean style with wooden carvings and antiques.

With master bedrooms and cozy bathrooms, the One Bedroom Oceanfront Suite and the Ocean View Studio are ideal for couples and honeymooners. The hotel provides guests with free bikes, free shuttle services to the hotel’s restaurant’s sister restaurants, and non-motorized sports equipment including paddleboards, kayaks, snorkeling gear, and Hobie Cats.

At the resort, guests can relax at the private beach, appointed shady cabanas, and cushioned sun loungers. Small bites and craft cocktails are served by the small tropical bar facing the ocean. With an infinity pool, spa, and a modern fitness center, Alexandra Resort meets all expectations in terms of facilities. Additionally, guests can explore a variety of fresh seafood and a la carte options at the hotel’s on-site restaurant.

Suites start at $600.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
The Windsong Resort
  • From $389 /per night

The Windsong Resort is located on a snorkeling reef on Grace Bay Beach Club. It’s worth noting that the resort has won numerous awards including the Condé Nast Johansens Award for Excellence in 2020 and Lux Magazine Best Caribbean Boutique Hotel in 2018.

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The Windsong Resort is set in a charming oceanfront property boasting 50 rooms and suites, all equipped with top-notch amenities. There are four types of units to choose from including single rooms, private villas, two-bedroom lanai bungalows, and oceanfront suites. With a cream color palette and mahogany furniture, the interiors are inviting and comfortable. The bathrooms are equally comfortable with marble floors, deep soaking tubs, and rainfall showers. The Penthouse Suite offers maximum comfort with a six-person jacuzzi, barbeque grill, outdoor dining table, and sun loungers.

One striking feature of Windsong Resort is the heated oceanfront swimming pool surrounded by coconut trees, cushioned sun loungers, and red umbrellas. For the ultimate spa pampering, head over to the hotel’s spa where you can enjoy ancestral massage techniques and beauty treatments available for both singles and couples.

Studios start at $389.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands
Point Grace
  • From $394 /per night

Point Grace is a luxury hotel situated at the twelve-mile beach of Grace Bay. The area offers some of the best spots for scuba, snorkeling, boating, and fishing spots in the Caribbean.

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This stunning property features a pearly white facade that immediately makes an impression. Point Grace has 28 luxurious one, two, three, and four-bedroom suites and penthouses, all featuring an ocean-inspired color palette and rare pieces of furniture. Attention to detail continues inside the interiors boasting authentic Caribbean style. The eclectic mix of ultra-modern amenities and tropical details creates a lively ambiance. Expect generously-sized rooms, an open layout, and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer some awe-inspiring views. High-end travelers usually go for the NonSuch Oceanfront Penthouse Suite adorned with numerous exclusive details including Ipe floors with sisal carpet inlays, sumptuous fabrics, and hand-crafted furnishings.

Guests can enjoy complimentary use of Hobie cats, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards. The hotel’s signature restaurant Hutchings offers Caribbean classics in a tropical garden setting, while Grace’s Cottage is all about fine wines and small bites under gazebos.

One-bedroom suites start at $394.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
The Somerset on Grace Bay
  • From $600 /per night

This charming resort boasts a prime location on Grace Bay Beach. The peaceful and quiet ambiance makes it an excellent vacation spot for family holidays. Here, you can relax in your own private villa overlooking the blue waters and enjoy white-gloved service. With palm trees, lush vegetation, and white-sand shores, Somerset is all about tropical pleasures.

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The villas are elegant with hardwood floors, materials in shades of blue, and four-poster beds. Expect airy spaces filled with natural light and appointed with top-notch amenities. The 3 bedroom villa which can accommodate up to 8 guests is particularly popular among families. It features two master bedrooms, three spacious bathrooms, a private balcony, hot tub, and outdoor grill. The relaxed ambiance continues in the bathrooms equipped with rain showers, separate soaking tubs, and luxurious toiletries. The hotel offers photo sessions to families and couples, excursions, and tours to explore Grace Bay, and in-suite cooking classes.

Experience total relaxation at the lavish spa offering massages for both singles and couples. The hotel’s on-site restaurant offers international fare in an open-air setting.

Villas start at $600.

  • Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
The West Bay Club
  • From $390 /per night

The West Bay Club is a luxury hotel located on the tranquil shores of Grace Bay Club. The hotel’s location is the ideal base to explore the most beautiful snorkeling areas on the island including Smith’s Reef and Coral Gardens. Turtle Cave Marina is 5 minutes away while the International airport in Providenciales is a 10-minute drive away.

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The hotel’s fresh and airy interiors are decorated with contemporary Caribbean design. The rooms also ooze luxury tropical style with a white and blue color palette, floor-to-ceiling windows, and comfy seating areas. Fresh flower arrangements, lamps and comfy sofas – these rooms are all about comfort and sophistication. The elegant ambience continues in the bathrooms appointed with marble floors, rainfall showers, and deep soaking tubs.

One striking feature of the resort is the infinity pool that sprawls throughout a lush and luxurious landscape and opens up to a sandy beach. The poolside bar serves cocktails, fresh juices, and small bites all throughout the day, while the on-site restaurant offers buffet breakfast and authentic Carribean dishes. A variety of water sports activities can be arranged including scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, windsurfing, and water skiing.

Studios start at $390.

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