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Beach House Turks and Caicos

At a Glance

    Pros

  • gorgeous hues throughout offer tranquillity
  • true intimate boutique hotel

    Cons

  • room service not offered all day
  • need transportation to the best restaurants and shops

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Beach House Turks and Caicos Review

New owners, as well as tastefully redesigned rooms and facilities at the former Turks and Caicos Club have created a tranquil, upscale hideaway on Grace Bay. Forget numbers: with room names such as Aqua, Azure, and Driftwood you know you're at a beach. The resort's original red Spanish tiles have been replaced with sky blue, while the walls are soft aqua hues, furniture white and crisp. The generously proportioned suites—designed for comfort—have full kitchens (with full-size refrigerators); beds have pillowtop mattresses, and suites have pull-out sofa beds in the living room. Bathrobes are provided, and surprise wine tastings on your patio. A $20 breakfast voucher is included in the rates.

    Hotel Details

  • 21 suites.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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    Loved the the Turks & Caicos Club.

    Just returned from a week stay with my wife and son for my birthday. Staying here was like staying in our own Caribbean home on a great private beach. Staff were very friendly, our suite was spacious, clean and great views and food at Simba was excellent. We snorkeled each day at the reef off the beach and went fishing one of the days. Really the last of the small (nice) hotels on Provo. Can't wait to go back.

    by Surge, 1/21/08

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