The Ritz-Carlton Turks & Caicos officially opened today marking Marriott’s first resort on the islands. As a Category 8, Marriott Bonvoy members will be able to redeem standard rooms from 85,000 points per night.
The resort is located 15 minutes from Providenciales International Airport (PLS), and features 147 guest rooms and suites, a Ritz-Carlton club lounge, a Ritz-Carlton Spa, as well as casino.
The resort features 147 refined ocean view guest rooms, including 23 suites, which evoke beachfront elegance and showcase the stunning turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos also offers five three-story penthouse suites with private rooftop plunge pools and endless horizon views. A signature Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge offers an exclusive sanctuary that offers private check-in, a dedicated Club Concierge, and multiple culinary presentations throughout the day, in addition to dedicated service at the beach.
The resort offers a wide range of amenities designed for either a private getaway or engaging family vacation, including an adults-only pool with private cabanas and a recreation pool, both set within lush tropical landscapes. The Lady Grace, the private catamaran of The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos, give guests an opportunity to explore beyond the shores, while activities such yoga on the beach are also available. A signature Ritz-Carlton Spa offers a true seaside oasis, and an opportunity for guests to relax and recharge with therapies inspired by the calming power of the ocean.
For on-site entertainment, the resort also features The Casino at The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos, which offers traditional table games for a memorable night out.
Turks & Caicos has becoming a popular destination lately, so it’s nice to have a points option to redeem. The Gansevoort Turks and Caicos is now Wymara Resort Turks + Caicos, but the Ritz-Carlton is a welcome option.
This news follows St. Regis Bermuda Resort Now Open, which opened earlier this summer.
What are your thoughts on the Ritz-Carlton Turks & Caicos opening? Do you plan on checking it out this year?
Darn, Ritz Carltons are always so expensive. And you still don’t get free breakfast if you are Platinum.
I hate to be “that guy” as this blog post is somewhat interesting but Turks & Caicos is more than one island. This however is the first of this brand in that country. I’m also glad that most of the tourist hotels and resorts have been kept off of Grand Turk, so far.