Turks and Caicos

Hotels in Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos has long been one of the pricier destinations in the Caribbean, so the value-focused Ocean Club Resorts is a breath of fresh sea air.

The Gansevoort, steps from the prized white sand of Grace Bay beach, exudes a confident sense of cool: guests recline on extra-wide chaise longues or on one of the “floating islands” that punctuate the infinity-edged blue-tiled pool, all to the sound track of Caribbean-inspired lounge music.

Amanyara—meaning "peaceful place"—is a resort of more than 20 villas and 40 pavilions in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The elegant 72-suite Regent Palms sits on Grace Bay Beach and adjoins approximately a dozen acres of manicured gardens.

The exclusive Meridian Club edges a two-mile beach on an 800-acre privately owned island named Pine Cay, between Providenciales and North Caicos.

Agency: Villas and Apartments Abroad

Set on the grounds of the island's exclusive Parrot Cay resort, Bruce Willis's six-acre oceanfront compound has a five-bedroom main residence (with two detached guest suites) and two three-bedroom guest villas.

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.

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.

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.