Sexiest Honeymoon Resorts in Turks & Caicos
Turks and Caicos (TCI) can boast of perfect white sand beaches, turquoise seas, 365 days of sunshine, and world-class luxury resorts. It's easy to understand why the islands are such an idyllic honeymoon destination. The 37-mile chain of 100 islands and cays (only eight of which are inhabited) sits in the tropical Atlantic Ocean, barely 575 miles off Florida's coast. The Caribbean vibe is on full display throughout the islands, from its friendly locals' laidback lifestyle to lively beachside bars, serene seas, and ostensibly endless postcard surroundings. If you were drawing a perfect honeymoon island, it would look a lot like TCI. Here are the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Turks & Caicos.
People ask me what my favorite resort in (fill in the blank) in Turks I have two. The first is Amanyara; it is simply perfection! But you'd barely notice this exquisite the resort as you passed through. It's a very natural resort with low-lying rooflines, timberland pavilions (some featuring private pools), and the smooth blue sea expanding behind it. As comfortable as the resort may be, it never ignores its roots and is in continuous balance with its island environments. Your pavilion welcomes the outdoors in and features three retractable sides and a king-size bed and daybeds. It is both natural and cozy. Don't miss one of the world's best diving reefs; it is just off Amanyara's white-powder beach, meaning you can head from your pavilion straight for the blue-green water.
The small and exclusive Beach House lies on tranquil Bight Beach on the west of Grace Bay. It is an excellent location for honeymooners seeking a quiet and sophisticated atmosphere. Consisting of only 21 beachfront suites lying in the white dunes, Beach House is the lone adults-only boutique all-inclusive resort on the entire island. Everything from gourmet meals and premium alcohol to water sports, beachfront movies, bikes, etc. is yours to ask at this marvelous retreat.
The Shore Club lies steps from the turquoise waters of Long Bay Beach on Providenciales. It is one of the country's newest luxury retreat, and it offers lovely rooms, several dining and bar options, and the Dune Spa. Lazy days spent kiteboarding along a private stretch of a secluded beach. Enjoy candlelit dinners and a moonlight swim in one of four distinctive pools. Booking one of the villas will give you the utmost privacy but still let you take advantage of the impressive resort amenities.
One of the oldest resorts along Providenciales' famous Grace Bay Beach, and one of the best, Grace Bay Club, has evolved into three resorts: The Hotel, which is adults-only, The Villas Suites which are family-friendly, and The Estate for anyone that loves ultra-luxe. Even though each section caters to a different crowd, each comes with the top-notch level of service and amenities. You will find massive rooms with private balconies, personalized concierge service, seven food and beverage outlets, and the roomiest beachside bungalows on Grace Bay. One not to be missed feature is the pop-up restaurant, Just Tacos; it is the best place to dine with your toes in the sand.
Authentic adventure, pure nature, and true paradise await on this private island all-inclusive resort. A mere 20-minute boat ride from Providenciales will take you to Pine Cay, the 800-acre island haven and home to Meridian Club's 14 rooms and private homes. Sandy roadways, peaceful trails, and included bicycles make this the perfect choice for adventurous couples. Gourmet meals, yoga classes, a spa, and tennis courts will keep you entertained. Of course, knowing that the two-mile-long beach is waiting for you is reason enough to choose it.
My other favorite resort in Turks & Caicos is Parrot Cay. Both Amanyara and Parrot Cay are two of the top resorts worldwide, not just in the Caribbean. This sun-soaked sanctuary is in a category unto itself. Situated on a private island off the coast of North Caicos, it delivers the very best of Caribbean style and luxury in ostensibly effortless fashion. The award-winning spa with bright yoga and pilates studio highlights the resort's commitment to wellness. Various restaurants and a mile-long perfect beach make this resort you'll never want to leave. No wonder numerous Hollywood stars have purchased estates within the resort. Yes, you can book one of those as long as the owner isn't there.
The Palms Turks & Caicos
Enthusiasts of The Palms Turks & Caicos fancy keeping this hidden gem hush-hush. Set on Grace Bay Beach, this 72-suite getaway oozes a relaxed Caribbean rhythm while affording high-end amenities. Most suites feature full kitchens, and many overlook the ocean. The resort offers tennis courts, a wandering infinity-edge pool, and almost every water sport. There is also a fantastic kids' club with beach toys and floats, ensuring that the Palms is an incredible choice for destination weddings.
The elegant Point Grace resort lies on a quiet yet centrally-located stretch of Grace Bay Beach. This picturesque and romantic retreat offers a laidback atmosphere without the hustle and bustle of larger resorts.
Point Grace only has 28 rooms and penthouses, the Grace's Cottage restaurant, and a spa. It offers wedding packages and a wedding planner that is happy to help plan your special day—making Point Grace another fabulous choice for weddings, albeit weddings tend to be smaller.
The eye-catching Seven Stars resort perches on a prime section of beach; this 115 room hotel brings together elegance and terrific facilities. The resort features a fantastic pool, two restaurants, and a great complement of things to do. Dive into a world of shimmering white sands and aquamarine waters, where lapping tides and swaying palms (and yummy margaritas!) soothe your mind, body, and soul.
With the most extensive beach stretch on Grace Bay and a 7,000-square-foot infinity-edge swimming pool, Wymara Resort And Villas radiates a sensual island vibe. Almost all the rooms are beachfront with rainfall showers; the spa offers a vast array of treatments and fitness classes. Stelle restaurant offers traditional Mediterranean cuisine alongside local specialties like a conch. Zest, the casual beach bar & grill is a great spot to relax and rejuvenate. The hypnotic turquoise water teems with marine life creating a perfect background for snorkelers, anglers, sailors, and water sports enthusiasts.
The Turks and Caicos is an unbelievable tropical destination, and there's a broad array of romantic resorts that are ideal for a destination wedding or honeymoon. These are my picks for the sexiest honeymoon resorts in Turks & Caicos.