Hotels in Providenciales
Amanyara—meaning "peaceful place"—is a resort of more than 20 villas and 40 pavilions in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Dr. Swati—resident ayurvedic doctor and Reiki master—focuses on “releasing negative emotions.” That could mean a change of diet, beachside yoga, or a daily deep-tissue massage.
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This trendsetting private island resort on a 3-mile beach is known for its serene Asian-Caribbean aesthetic, tranquil setting, and top-notch spa. Four poster beds draped in white voile, Colonial-style ceiling fans, and woven wicker furniture lend a classic West Indian feel to the 70 rooms.
Even among Turks and Caicos’ top-notch properties, this romantic all-suite resort stands out. Planted in the middle of Grace Bay Beach, its 107 rooms—plush cocoons with marble bathrooms, L’Occitane amenities, and Nespresso machines—are the largest on the islands.
This Rosenberg Kolb–designed resort—which fronts the powdery white-sand beach of Grace Bay—has a European façade and offers three villa types ranging from one to five bedrooms.
This gated, 21-suite resort sits on Grace Bay Beach, along the northern coast of Providenciales.
The elegant 72-suite Regent Palms sits on Grace Bay Beach and adjoins approximately a dozen acres of manicured gardens.
Point Grace, a 28-room oceanfront boutique hotel, sits at the tip of Grace Bay on the northern coast of the island Providenciales. The location within the Princess Alexandra National Park includes a protected marine reserve.
The exclusive Meridian Club edges a two-mile beach on an 800-acre privately owned island named Pine Cay, between Providenciales and North Caicos.
This all-inclusive on beach-blessed Providenciales (the most populated of the 40 Turks and Caicos islands, just a 100-minute flight from Miami) is full of gleeful parents who can’t quite believe that they’re on vacation with their kids and things are going well.