February 12, 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
Beautiful hotel gorgeous setting and Great spot for lunch pool bar staff are the best! Great for kids. Pool staff not so great and very rude. Restaurant food very good and will go back next time we visit
nancytravel11 - Denver, Colorado
We were wowed by the great service at this hotel. Everyone from front desk to room service made sure we had a pleasant trip. The lady who did the evening house keeping (I think her name was Arnouse) setup up our room perfectly, ready to relax after a long and tiring day at the beach.
The resort was very nice considering only a few months ago a major storms went through the island. The resort is listed as five start resort which it isn't but if your able to get a reasonable rate which we did during high season will make you over look lots of things. The good things first the beach was and water were perfect. The quite sitting areas near the beach were very relaxing and free of children. The beach staff and beach bar were also great about helping guests. Check in and tour of the property was a nice touch. The Bar Drinks were average at best quality and presentation needs major improvement. The included breakfast needs major improvements selection and quality was terrible so I opted to go offsite and pay for breakfast and coffee each morning at Shays and Lemon 2 go much better service and quality and well worth the few extra dollars. Rooms were nice for the good high season pricing we received but overall they need to be updated all the tiles in room 1207 were cracked from front door into the bedroom. The room did have sufficient supply of plates and knifes and glasses along with a college sized ref-ridge. Overall a nice experience but only because the price was right and wouldn't have been happy if the high season rate was higher.
Hurricane1394 - Hartford
Our first issue was at check in. We had reserved our room via Delta vacations and already paid in full, yet the reservation did not show up. I waited close to an hour while they worked on the issue before the manager offered me a drink (I'm pregnant) and then lunch, which I agreed to. The room was ready after I ate, and I was taken by another staff member who gave me a tour of the grounds and took me to our junior suite. When I walked in, I was shocked at how large it was and our ocean view, but figured the manager had upgraded us due to the trouble at check in. The staff member went through a ten minute overview; showed me how to use the TV, went through the pamphlets, gave me a tour then left. I was in the bathroom and slightly horrified when I realized that she had let herself back in and was calling me. I came out and she apologized, but she had made a mistake and this was not our room. She then led me to our actual junior Suite, which was tiny, and did not seem like a suite at all. I asked her if she was certain this was a junior suite. She did not know, and had to actually call me back to let me know that it was in fact our room. The room was very small and I was shocked that is was Called a suite. Our garden view was overlooking some shrubs and a walkway, so people could easily look in. Not what I had expected. Other observations: pool and beach area is nice, everything is a little dated but seemed clean. Lunch at the pool was tasty, with ok service. The free breakfast that is included is just ok, however they do omelets to order which you can't go wrong with. One other thing that I thought was just ridiculous was that they charge you for the morning yoga class that's offered in the fitness area. I have been to many resorts and have NEVER paid for a fitness class that's offered on site. The staff, although mostly friendly, were simply not knowledgeable about the property and could not answer basic questions I had. We ended up having to cut our trip short after just one day, and luckily the hotel was willing to work with us and give us a credit for the remaining three days. When I checked out, I let the on site manager know that delta vacations had spoken to the reservation department and that they were giving us the credit, which she knew nothing about. She asked me to wait while she confirmed, which I did, for 45 minutes. I finally told them I had to catch my flight, and she reappeared to tell me that she would send me an email confirmation shortly with the info about the credit. Although she was very nice, Three days later, I still have not received the email. Since we have the credit, we will have to return, however it would certainly not be my first choice to return to this property due to the issues that began at check in through check out.
spm194 - Jacksonville, Florida
Picture perfect location on a Tropical Island in the Caribbean! The Palms is hands down the most beautiful resort on the Island. Our stay was made even better by the personal attention and kindness of the best staff (Shout out to Jerome Jackson and Leonie Henry) in Turks and Caicos. Awesome view of the ocean and beach and surrounded by Palm trees, this resort has it all...From the best Spa on the Island to the beautiful pool this resort is hip and yet family in every way! Poolside Smoothie Bar is a big hit with kids of any age and the Hot Tub overlooking the Ocean simply adds to the charm. Restaurant and Bar are top-notch as well.
steve s - Bloomington, Indiana