By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton
When you’re set on perhaps the most beautiful beach in the entire Caribbean, it’s rather telling that there’s anyone at the pool.
But here at The Palms Turks and Caicos, the pool is such a delightful experience, so intoxicatingly comfortable, cool and well-serviced, it can steal you away even from the sands of Grace Bay.
There’s perhaps no better metaphor for the excellence of this place — one where the uncanny brilliance of Grace Bay Beach is met by everything on the other side of the sand.
The Palms, Turks and Caicos just might be the best beach hotel in all of Turks and Caicos, with an enviable combination of hospitality pillars: design, service, luxury and pure comfort.
While Grace Bay Beach is no stranger to large hotel rooms, these 72 suites are something more: lushly designed, cavernous and colorful, grand and elegant without losing their beach vibe (the option of butler service is another wonderful extra).
And then there is the service, breezy and attentive, making one feel like you’re staying in a private club that happens to be a resort.
And the amenities abound, from the delightful courtyard breakfast each morning to the gastronome’s dream called Parallel 23 to the 25,000-square-foot stunner of a spa.
The latter is one of the greatest in the region, a truly spectacularly designed wellness center that is a destination in its own right.
It’s the mark of the greatest of beach hotels — even with a world-class beach, the beach becomes an afterthought.
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