When you check into one of the best Turks and Caicos hotels, don't be surprised if you recognize a face from the movie theater walking through the lobby! But while this chain of islands has become a popular destination for the rich and famous, it still maintains its off-the-beaten-path credibility, and continues to host miles of uninhabited beaches and pristine natural beauty.
Life's a Beach
Finding Turks and Caicos hotels on the beach couldn't be easier, and you'll have your pick from tiny, secluded natural retreats to larger luxury Turks and Caicos resorts. If peace, solitude, and serenity is what you're after, look for deals on hotels near Salt Cay, South Caicos, and Parrot Cay. Famous for being un-famous, these areas are the best bet if all you dream about is spending an afternoon in the tropical sunshine on beaches without another living soul in sight.
Food, Fun, and Shopping
If solitude is the opposite of what you're looking for, the population center of Providenciales is the place to be. This bustling hub of activity is home to dozens of restaurants serving mouthwatering food, with a heavy focus on naturally sourced seafood and other island-inspired fare.
The town's shopping scene is similarly active, with stores ranging from quaint luxury boutiques to kitschy souvenir shops and more. Hotels in this part of Turks and Caicos make a great launching point for excursions to other points in the island chain, and are a great place to pick up a ferry and do a bit of island hopping for the day.
Romance in the Caribbean
If you're planning a second honeymoon, or simply looking for some love in the air, a romantic hotel in Turks and Caicos can be found throughout the island chain. While you're sure to find some great options in Providenciales, the most secluded romantic hideaways will be found in other areas of the islands, especially Pine Cay, Bambarra, and East Caicos.
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