January 5, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Palms, Turks and Caicos in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
It's hard to improve on perfection, but The Palms, Turks and Caicos, lauded as Turks and Caicos' top resort, managed to take the island's flour-white sands and tranquil seas and turn them into something even more beautiful. Manicured lawns surround a cluster of British colonial-style buildings made from hand-cut coral, marrying understated luxury with Caribbean coolness.
Your ideal day starts underwater: The best diving in the world is just steps from your balcony. A coral reef runs parallel to the island, and in it live manta rays, florescent-hued sea sponges, and almost any type of fish that can swim through your imagination. Suit up, or sign up for a PADI-certified day course. When you come up for air, don't go far! Regent Palms' centerpiece infinity pool winds around wooden decks and luxe sun pods, where you’ll relish tropical fruit kabobs and chilled towels to ward off the equatorial sun. At sunset, feast on fresh crab rolls prepared before your eyes in an open kitchen while feeling the Caribbean breeze live up to its name.
Location of The Palms, Turks and Caicos
Nearest Airport: PLS
Amenities for The Palms, Turks and Caicos
- General Information
- 72 Suites
- Private Dining
- Swim-Up Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Cable Television
- In-Unit Laundry Facilities
- Luxury Linens
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Scuba Diving
- Meeting Rooms
- Kids Club
Reviews for The Palms, Turks and Caicos
We stayed for four nights in December. We ate every meal on site, with the exception of one lunch (we walked to another resort up the beach for that one). We know there are other delicious options on the island, but we just wanted to relax. No reservations, no taxi rides, no schedule. Breakfast was good each morning, included fresh fruit, breakfast meats, an omelette station, and pastries. Lunch at the poolside restaurant was good. We had it brought to our cabana on the beach most days. We tried the conch sandwich, grilled chicken sandwich, fish tacos, lobster salad, and lobster pizza. All were delicious. The side salad was good, too. Although, the staff sometimes forgot to ask which side we wanted and we ended up with the default of french fries a couple of times. We ate dinner at 72 West; it's outdoors, near the pool and beach. The swordfish and tuna were excellent. The peanut butter pie was also yummy (all desserts are made in-house). Paula was a delight and she offered excellent service. One night, we went to the fine dining restaurant, Parallel 23, and it was great, too. The water is gorgeous and the staff was eager to please, especially Ellington (BJ) and Carlton. Patrick will help you arrange parasailing, snorkel, and other activities. They went out of their way to ensure we were taken care of. They were doing a little landscape work due to Hurricane Irma, but the property was still in excellent condition. The room was super clean, the bed and pillows were comfortable, and the sheets were high quality. The toiletries offered were very, very nice as well. We plan on visiting again in the future. It was an excellent, five-star hotel experience.
TravelWall - Dallas, Texas
We are frequent visitors to the Turks and Caicos Islands but this was our first stay at The Palms on Grace Bay and we enjoyed a marvelous week. We should preface our review by offering reassurance that apart from a few bedraggled palm trees, there was no evidence of the damage inflicted by hurricanes just two short months ago. Although we only travelled in a small area, and are aware that some resorts and many residential areas are still rebuilding, the population has done an incredible job restoring areas vital to their tourist economy. The Palms itself is in perfect condition with all rooms and amenities open. The Palms itself is a very elegant, medium sized hotel. It feels personal and not overcrowded, is clean, bright and nicely landscaped. Rooms at all levels seemed extremely spacious. We had a one-bedroom suite, which included a very large master bedroom (with an exceptionally comfortable bed), ensuite bathroom, a kitchen area, dining room and living room. The balcony was stunning, with views over both ocean and garden, an outdoor sitting and dining area and large, comfortable day bed. The housekeeping staff were delightful, and the service provided (both daytime and turn-down) was wonderful. Breakfast in the garden is a marvelous way to start the day and includes a varied buffet with a la carte options and an omelette station. We enjoyed meals at both the elegant Parallel23 (our favourite) and the more casual beachfront 72West. Food quality and presentation were excellent and the service welcoming and personal. We also took a walk down the beach one evening to Hemmingways beach restaurant which offered some different menu options. We were impressed by the warm friendliness of the staff. Everyone greeted us with a smile and asked us about our stay. Managers were extremely pleasant and approachable, checking in regularly to ensure our visit was going well and to ask if there was anything we needed. Kindness and concern for us was genuine throughout the resort. We had massage treatments at the Spa which were of excellent quality and the experience, dĂ©cor and layout of the relaxation area were all outstanding. Overall an excellent experience and certainly a hotel we would return to in the future.
SRPK - Toronto
We just returned from another relaxing and enjoyable ten days at The Palms. We keep going back because the staff is impeccable. Mae, Frenica, Gelyn, Sherrie, Suzanne and Fitzroy make breakfast the most enjoyable meal of the day. They are extremely attentive to your needs and if there is anything that is not on the buffet, they will make sure they get it for you. Ms. Barnett, Guest Relations Manager is outstanding. If there's a problem, she is right there to remedy the situation. At the Manager's Cocktail Party we had the opportunity to compliment Executive Chef, Lauren, and we met Sreejith, Food and Beverage Manager, who was at all locations making sure the guests were satisfied. Thank you Mr. Morgan for another exceptional stay.
MyKelly - Massachusetts
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights in December for a short getaway. Pros: Staff are extremely friendly and helpful; easy smooth check in; spacious rooms; gorgeous location; complimentary bikes. Cons: Food was terrible (breakfast was okay) - we arrived late our first night so had appetizers at Parallel 23 Bar. It was awful so we never booked a reservation for another night. Same with the food by the pool - horrible and extremely overpriced; rooms have minor outdated issues but you will only notice if you are very fussy. Recommendations - Eat Local! We ate at Mr. Groupers which had fantastic island curries and friendly staff and Mackey's which is a local cafe; use the complimentary bikes to explore outside the resort; rent a car or moped.
jnewyork - new york
We just returned from an amazing 4 day stay at the Palms with 6 other couples. The hotel was beautiful and we thoroughly enjoyed relaxing at the pool and on gorgeous Grace Bay Beach. The water is the prettiest color blue I have ever seen and the sand is perfectly soft and white. We stayed in a luxurious 2 bedroom Penthouse with 1 of the couples. It was huge and decorated like a show house. The views from the 4 different balconies were unbelievable and we had an extra special outdoor shower just off our bathroom. Our personal butler Frandy was terrific. He had chairs at the beach set up for us, arranged transportation to and from restaurants for all 14 of us and was available for anything else we needed. Most of our friends stayed in Jr suites and they were all very happy with their rooms. The breakfast each day was lovely and included in our room rates. My only small critique of the hotel would be that the fitness center is quite small and outdated. The hotel was not busy, but the cardio equipment would all be taken by 9am. Many of us took advantage of the spa facilities, which are lovely and we all were happy with our massages. The hotel helped us arrange a wonderful sailing/snorkeling trip as well. On our final night we had cocktails for our entire group up in our penthouse and then dinner at Parallel 23. The food and service were wonderful. There was entertainment ( a nice singer named Tess) and we actual danced a bit and many other diners joined us, which was really fun. I donâ€™t know that it happens often there, as it is a pretty quiet restaurant, but the other customers didnâ€™t seem to mind ( hopefully!). Our other dinners were at Stelle at the Gansevoort ( fantastic food!), Seven at Seven Stars ( overall ok) and Coco Bistro ( which is a gorgeous setting and very good food). Most of Providenciales looks like it survived the hurricanes ok. There were a few hotels or homes still doing a few repairs, but overall the island looked great. We could not have been any happier with our stay at the Palms. The staff helped make our special weekend with our best friends go as well as we possibly could have imagined. This was our first visit to Turks and Caicos, but I am sure it wonâ€™t be our last.
pmoed - New Jersey