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    Turks and Caicos Hotel & Resort Travel Guide

    The Turks and Caicos Islands are a group of tropical islands located about 650-miles southeast of Miami, FL. As part of the British monarchy, the islands have a long history of settlement, but currently have a home-rule government that was reinstated in 2012. The capital city of Cockburn Town and the largest city of Providenciales are where most of the people who live here reside.

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    When planning a trip, travelers find that most Turks and Caicos hotel deals are at properties located in the two main cities on Grand Turk Island. Visitors to the Turks and Caicos experience the mostly dry and sunny marine tropical climate, which makes for many pleasant memories while enjoying the outdoor amenities offered by Turks and Caicos hotel packages. While staying at Turks and Caicos hotels, guests enjoy special meals unique to the islands including conch and spiny lobster entrees.

    The islands' official language is English, but many natives also speak Creole. At many of the hotels in Turks and Caicos, guests listen to island music sung in both languages. Visitors to the islands find that the local ripsaw music, which is unique to these islands, is one of the top cultural offerings. Visitors watch native women weaving baskets, mats, and hats, and choose one of the best to bring home or use during their trip. When looking for cheap hotel deals in Turks and Caicos, many travelers book their reservations during the islands' annual Music and Cultural Festival.

    Visitors can take advantage of Turks and Caicos hotel packages that include sightseeing tours to the neighboring uninhabited islands and sea excursions to watch for sea animals. The islands are known as a hot spot for biodiversity with breeding areas for seabirds.

    Many of the rooms offer balconies and access to private beaches so that visitors can enjoy plenty of rest and relaxation watching the waves and tides. It is easy to get a cheap Turks and Caicos hotel deal. When combined with lazy afternoons spent walking on the beach or listening to the music, this makes for an inexpensive vacation. Travelers should seek out discount rates during the summer months of the year when prices for resorts and hotel rooms are lower due to the off-season for tourism.

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    Hotels in Providenciales

    Seven Stars Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars
    $900

    Seven Stars Resort

    Grace Bay Road, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Worth every penny!"
    Special thanks for a memorable vacation, especially Alan & Sandy from 'The Deck' restaurant and Lila for his outstanding services on the beach !!!!
    Traveller from Atlanta
    Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from The Regent Village Shopping Mall and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from …More
    Ports of Call Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Ports of Call Resort

    Grace Bay Road, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Great value for money!"
    Excellent staff, good breakfast, superb location. What more do you need for a prefect vacation if your aim is to disconnect...
    Traveller from Regina, Canada
    With its hidden blue lagoons and seafarers' relics washed in by the tide, Providenciales has a magical vibe, and is easily …More
    The Alexandra Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars
    $325

    The Alexandra Resort

    Princess Dr, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Ease and Comfort"
    We looked at multiple resorts but picked this one because we could get a 2-bedroom suite on the ocean for the same cost as a regular hotel room at other resorts. The first afternoon I took a $9 roundtrip shuttle to the grocery store and got provisions for the week. Food costs are about twice what they are at home. We ate breakfast and lunch in the room for the most part and then went out each night for dinner. Here's where we ate: Mango Reef (at the Alexandra)-nice on the beach, food good. Blue Haven (a sister resort to the Alexandra-free shuttle)-most expensive meal. Coco Bistro (wonderful atmosphere amongst the palm trees)-didn't have reservations and they were supposedly booked out 5 days but we were able to eat in the lounge, just on the other side of the rope. Ideally, you would make a reservation before you leave home! The Caravel, a new restaurant-excellent food and the least expensive. "Across the street" from Coco Bistro. Highly recommend. I rode a bike one afternoon from the Alexandra and did some shopping in the downtown area. Easy to do. Snorkeling is not to be missed. We also enjoyed SUP and kayaking. It's paradise. We were sad to leave!
    Traveller from NC
    This resort along the powdery white sands of famous Grace Bay Beach provides uninterrupted vistas of the Atlantic from the …More

    Hotels in Five Cays

    Turks and Caicos Airport Hotel - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    Turks and Caicos Airport Hotel

    83, Airport Road, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "OK hotel near airport"
    The rooms are ok. What you would expect for an inexpensive place to stay on Provo. The hotel has free shuttle to/from airport and Grace Bay Beach. Because taxis cost $16.50 per person one way to the beach that is a significant savings. Staff was friendly and helpful. Unfortunately there are not many good places to eat within walking distance.
    Eric from Blacksburg, VA
    Located in Five Cays, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Our Lady of Divine Providence Church and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Turtle …More

    Hotels in Pelican Beach

    Seven Stars Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars
    $900

    Seven Stars Resort

    Grace Bay Road, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Worth every penny!"
    Special thanks for a memorable vacation, especially Alan & Sandy from 'The Deck' restaurant and Lila for his outstanding services on the beach !!!!
    Traveller from Atlanta
    Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from The Regent Village Shopping Mall and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from …More
    Ports of Call Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Ports of Call Resort

    Grace Bay Road, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Great value for money!"
    Excellent staff, good breakfast, superb location. What more do you need for a prefect vacation if your aim is to disconnect...
    Traveller from Regina, Canada
    With its hidden blue lagoons and seafarers' relics washed in by the tide, Providenciales has a magical vibe, and is easily …More
    The Alexandra Resort - Providenciales Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars
    $325

    The Alexandra Resort

    Princess Dr, Providenciales - Map
     
     
    "Ease and Comfort"
    We looked at multiple resorts but picked this one because we could get a 2-bedroom suite on the ocean for the same cost as a regular hotel room at other resorts. The first afternoon I took a $9 roundtrip shuttle to the grocery store and got provisions for the week. Food costs are about twice what they are at home. We ate breakfast and lunch in the room for the most part and then went out each night for dinner. Here's where we ate: Mango Reef (at the Alexandra)-nice on the beach, food good. Blue Haven (a sister resort to the Alexandra-free shuttle)-most expensive meal. Coco Bistro (wonderful atmosphere amongst the palm trees)-didn't have reservations and they were supposedly booked out 5 days but we were able to eat in the lounge, just on the other side of the rope. Ideally, you would make a reservation before you leave home! The Caravel, a new restaurant-excellent food and the least expensive. "Across the street" from Coco Bistro. Highly recommend. I rode a bike one afternoon from the Alexandra and did some shopping in the downtown area. Easy to do. Snorkeling is not to be missed. We also enjoyed SUP and kayaking. It's paradise. We were sad to leave!
    Traveller from NC
    This resort along the powdery white sands of famous Grace Bay Beach provides uninterrupted vistas of the Atlantic from the …More