The Caribbean’s most stunning new resort is opening in December in Turks and Caicos: The Shore Club.
The Hartling Group’s newest property is a $100 million resort project on Long Bay Beach in Providenciales and is immediately a game-changer for the Caribbean’s luxury hotel market.
Designed by RAD Architecture and EoA Interior Design, the new Shore Club is an impressively built, ultra-luxe addition to a heretofore undeveloped corner of Provo.
The nine-acre property has 820 feet of beachfront, with two low-rise buildings with a mix of junior suites, one-, two-, three-bedroom furnished suites, two penthouses and six luxury villas.
That’s joined by a fine dining restaurant, Sui-Ren, serving up Peruvian-Japanese fusion from Chef Daniel Delgado and casual dining options as well.
In all, there will be 106 suites, along with four restaurants, three pools, a spa and a large event space.
“The Shore Club will offer an unmatched level of Caribbean luxury, giving our guests hand crafted and authentic experiences,” said Stan Hartling, CEO of The Hartling Group. “A resort in a completely untouched location, The Shore Club will be in a league of its own.”
And that’s true.
While construction is still completing, the property has indeed pulled off something remarkable: it manages to mix the height of traditional Caribbean luxury with an ultra-modern sensibility, moving effortlessly from grand, stately rooms to South Beach-style cool.
Check out our exclusive sneak peek video above.
— Alexander Britell, CJ Editor in Chief