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Morning everyone. My new hubby and I want to try Turks. I know it's sounds crazy, but Im a little gun shy because we are use to bigger resorts that are pretty tropical with palapas and umbrellas for shade. We want to be close to other restaurants and bars. Don't want to spend $1,000 per night, but want something nice. Would appreciate recs for a larger place with a tropical vibe close to other restaurants and bars. How bout Seven Stars and Gansevoort? Other recs much appreciated. Thanks and have a nice day.

Oh PS are the beaches in this area long enough to go for long walks on the beach from your hotel? Thanks

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