Turks & Caicos Veranda Hotel… Sighhhhhh

The View of Turks & Caico’s Veranda Hotel – Grace Bay

Back in November, we had the chance to enjoy the glorious island chain of Turks & Caicos and, while walking along the beach, we came upon The Veranda. Perched on 11 acres, The Veranda Resort occupies approximately 800 feet of beachfront along the famed 12-mile-long sugar-white sand of Grace Bay, and its fully-inclusive concept is redefining the five star travel experience. A la carte dining is available at all on-site restaurants, as well as Grey Goose vodka and elite Kim Crawford Pinot Noir from New Zealand (Thank that magical man or woman in the sky… or some hardworking men and women in New Zealand).

The Pool at the Veranda (In case you’re really tired of that amazing ocean out in front) 

Images Courtesy of Beaches

Added services including concierge and personal butler service, in-room chef, dining service, pre-arrival provisioning of groceries, shopping and delivery throughout stay, childcare services and daily housekeeping including dry-cleaning and laundry. All rooms also have in-room Espresso machines stocked with premium Illy coffee, Sony Playstation 3 Videogame consoles, Egyptian cotton linens, iPod Docking Stations and a selection of Elemis Spa Amenities further reinforce the resort’s five-star status. Guests are encouraged to experience complimentary on-site daily activities including yoga classes, movie nights and sailing, kayaking and beach volleyball. In addition, Jetblue introduced direct flights from NYC to Providenciales in Turks & Caicos – the first ever ‘low fare’ airline to offer a direct flight to Turks that gets you on the beach with rum punch in hand in just over 3 hours.

We say check it out… it’s worth the conch shells you’ll fork over.


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