Turks and Caicos is a Caribbean paradise that’s easy to reach for American travelers. And it’s an appealing one too, especially the island of Providenciales, aka Provo, with its secluded beaches, crystal-clear water, and Caribbean flair.
The island is home to The Shore Club Turks & Caicos, an idyllic hideaway on Long Bay Beach. The hotel feels boutique to its core, with 106 ocean views and six luxury villas. The design emulates Caribbean charm, both with its infusions of natural elements and modern island-style influence in the overall décor. The penthouses here are nothing short of a dream—you live like a king, from the ocean-view to the large parlor.
The Shore Club’s restaurant and bar collection make it so you don’t need to leave the hotel, from Sui-Ren’s Peruvian-Japanese cuisine plus stylish open-air atmosphere celebrating warm Caribbean nights to new fine-dining establishment, The Almond Tree, and its Southern-inspired menu.
Four pools grace the property, each one different from the last: swim-up bars and beachside lidos are what you can expect.
The Dune Spa is tantalizing, with Long Bay Beach being a prime source of inspiration. Circled around the elements of sand, sea, breeze, and sun, the spa’s treatments, as well as techniques, are designed to restore, inspire insight, stimulate, and ignite.
The hotel’s villas are perfect for sybarites, luxurious at every corner: Six of them, each with six bedrooms. What else can you expect? An outdoor shower, hot tub, and private pool are a few splendors of many.
The hotel can also arrange for a wealth of experiences outside of the premises, whether that be yachting the crystal-clear Caribbean Sea and stopping at the reptile-abundant Iguana Island with Caicos Dream Tours, or having lunch at Da Conch Shack a Turks and Caicos staple known for its delicious fried conch shells and beachfront ambiance (you might’ve seen it recently on Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip).
To sum things up, The Shore Club Turks & Caicos is pure paradise.