My family and I (which consisted of my parents, my husband, my two boys ages 3 and 4 and myself) just returned from the most beautiful resort ever. The Seven Stars in Provo, Turks and Caicos was awesome!... and it actually was EXACTLY as the pictures looked on its website! Everything is brand new and well taken care of. We had gotten married 6 yrs ago at the Beaches Resort and decided to come back with the kids. Why didnt we stay at Beaches you may be thinking? I'm happy to tell you! For those of you that havent been there before, 6 yrs ago there was almost no hotels( unlike now where there are a ton!), resorts etc. except Beaches and club med I think - anyways we loved it, it was quiet, sand was like brown sugar and great weather. When I went to book us back at Beaches i was very unimpressed at the customer services and the ridiculous pricing that was given to me. Dont get me wrong - Turks and Caicos is a very expensive place to visit and stay in general, but the Beaches was all inclusive which we really weren't going to get our moneys worth out of this time ( ie. they were fgoing to charge 100 bucks a day per kid for food - since my kids would rather have a pB and J i started to look elsewhere) I used a website travel agent called myturksandcaicos.com which was an awesome website as well. Seven stars has beautiful granite kitchens with literally everything you could want down to an expresso machine! AND a brand new grocery store opened across the street that wwe went to everyday and cooked our meals which saved alot of money too. The resort was quiet but still ok for my two "energetic" boys who swam in the huge HEATED salt water pool (not salty enough to hurt your eyes though - awesome that there was no chlorine). The service at the pool, maid service, activity service (steve flowers and his wife niki are great - they organize scuba etc.) Again the place was clean, quiet, beautiful and had everything you could need. We stayed in a 2000sq ft room with 21/2 baths, kitchen, 3 flat screens, balcony - even has a door bell! The free continental breakfast was very good too - cereal, pastries, juice, coffee, fruit. Otherwise like i said we ate in our room. The staff were very nice and pleasant - the concierge was the only area that did not impress me, which I had read in a reviews before we went and I agree. They would take forever to get something done for you and you had to bug them a couple times - but otherwise no complaints. Very safe feeling too. Oh, and buy the way - we walked to the Beaches Resort and that place has turned into a mad house! overcrowded and loud and busy - i would never stay there again! If you scuba - use dive provo and go to french cay, that was great too - but dont go if youre afraid to see a shark!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Anchoring the sweeping arc of the world-famous Grace Bay Beach in the Turks & Caicos Islands, Seven Stars Resort blends island hospitality with luxurious all-suite accommodations and world-class amenities. Expansive accommodations range from junior to five-bedroom suites and feature high-end furnishings and finishes, full kitchens or kitchenettes, wrap-around balconies and over-sized marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, terry bathrobes and L’Occitane amenities. Island-inspired cuisine is served in three dining venues. Ideal for couples and families, the oceanfront palm-lined resort features a pool terrace with cabanas, tennis, complimentary water-sports, kids program, spa, fitness center, and nearby championship golf. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Seven Stars Hotel Providenciales
- 7 Stars Resort
- Seven Stars Providenciales
- Seven Stars Resort Turks And Caicos/Providenciales