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Meridian Club

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2014 Hotel
Award Winner 2014

Pros

  • The finest beach in Turks and Caicos
  • Rates include some of the best food in the Turks and Caicos as well as snorkeling trips

Cons

  • No TVs or phones, so you are really unplugged here
  • Expensive to get back to Provo for shopping or other Provo-based excursions or activities
  • All this simplicity costs a great deal

Updated 03/04/2014

Fodor's Review

Feeling like a private club, this resort on the prettiest beach in Turks and Caicos is the place to de-stress, with no phones, no TVs, no a/c, no worries. The charm of this resort, which was built in the 1970s, is that it never changes. The simple beachfront cottages, most of the staff, and what is perhaps the world's smallest airport (in truth, a gazebo) have all stayed pretty much the same for years. On some nights, you can drive your golf cart to the runway for

Drive-In Movie night. The 2½-mile (4-km) stretch of beach is deserted, and instead of roads, you find nature trails and sun-dappled paths that crisscross the island, which can be explored by bike or on foot. Here you'll feel not isolated, but part of a small community. The food's excellent, with fresh seafood, and delicious cakes and tarts served at lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea. All meals are included in the rates, but drinks are not. Guests are mostly overstressed executives, mature couples, and honeymooners; a large percentage of guests are repeat visitors. Children over 12 are always welcome, but those between 6 and 12 are only allowed in June and July.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Pine Cay, Pine Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands

Phone:

649-946–7758; 866-746–3229; 888-286-7993

Website: www.pinecay.com

Hotel Details:

  • Closed Aug.–Oct.
  • 12 rooms, 1 cottage, 7 villas
  • All meals

Updated 03/04/2014

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