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Which hotel in Turks and Caicos has the least amount of children?


Which hotel in Turks and Caicos has the least amount of children?

Old Jan 15th, 2005, 06:09 PM
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Which hotel in Turks and Caicos has the least amount of children?

My husband and I are looking into places to go this year. We've already gone to Cancun, Jamaica, Mauai, Aruba and St Martin. We have seen some nice pictures of the beaches on Turks and Caicos. I have looked around online and it seems as if there are a lot of family friendly resorts there. We want a hotel that is upscale, on a great beach, has attentive service and good amenities, is not all inclusive and has an adult atmosphere. We don't have children and we prefer a more quiet, refined adult vacation. I've looked around and can't find a lot of specific info. Can anyone give me more info or another posting website that is specific for T and C? Thank you for your help in advance!
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Grace Bay Club. No kids under 12 allowed.
I can't give you my opinion about the place because I haven't been!
I only know this because my husband and I were considering going there for an anniversary trip without our little guy.
Only read great things about the place.
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Meridian Club on Pine Cay.
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We loved Grace Bay Club. When we were there the only persons less than 21 was one family with two older teenagers -- everyone else was couples. I would definitely consider the resort refined adult atmosphere, good service, and great beach.
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Parrot Cay. It's a private island with a luxurious resort. I don't know what their official children's policy is, but it is definitely an adult, sophisticated atmosphere.
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