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Help me with my Turks & Caicos honeymoon!

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I've been researching the Turks and Caicos for MONTHS and I just can't pull the trigger on where to stay for my honeymoon for a week toward the end of September. I've never been. I'm definitely looking to splurge a bit. I'm looking for romance, peace & quiet, a little bit of sightseeing, and one round of golf. I prefer a "smaller" resort, but Seven Stars keeps tugging at me. I have to book!!!
I love the Gansevoort, but wonder if it's "too far" away from all the action of Grace Bay? Definitely my number 1 for style of room. I'm looking for an oceanfront suite of some sort. If I could pick it up and move it closer I'd book it in an instant. Are my concerns warranted or does it not matter?
Loving the Windsong and it's a great price point. Love that it's close to Somewhere Café and love the pool area, the fact that it's near the reef, the free watersports, bikes, etc. I guess the drawback is that food isn't that great? But LOVE the apparent size of it - I like the boutique feel. I guess it's about one star less than some of the others.
Seven Stars - Too big? They just got a great ranking in Travel & Leisure. There are junior suites available but not one bedroom. Do you have to hike to get everywhere in the resort? Waiting for elevators and walking down long hallways?
Sands at Grace Bay? Too dated? Too many kids?
Grace Bay Club - worth the splurge???? Gorgeous but definitely at the top of my price point.
Please help. Those are really the resorts I've narrowed it down to. Any advice would be appreciated!
Thank you thank you, Alli Kiehle

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