The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos is now welcoming guests.
Situated on Grace Bay in Providenciales, the resort is the luxury brand’s first property on the popular Caribbean islands, which lie some 925 kilometers southeast of Miami.
“We are thrilled to expand our global portfolio with the debut of The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos, a destination known for its stunning natural environment, which has long served as an alluring retreat for the world’s most discerning travelers,” said Donna McNamara, vice-president and global brand leader, The Ritz-Carlton.
The resort features 147 ocean-view guestrooms, including 23 suites. It also offers five three-story penthouse suites with private rooftop plunge pools and horizon views. A signature Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge is an exclusive sanctuary that offers private check-in, a dedicated Club Concierge, and multiple culinary presentations throughout the day, in addition to dedicated service at the beach.
Other amenities at the resort include:
- an adults-only pool with private cabanas and a recreation pool, both set within lush tropical landscapes;
- The Lady Grace, the private catamaran of The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos, giving guests an opportunity to explore beyond the shores;
- a range of activities such as yoga on the beach;
- on-site casino;
- and a signature Ritz-Carlton Spa, featuring an extensive menu of treatments embracing indigenous plants and offering a holistic approach to wellness.
The property’s culinary venues pair local ingredients with global flavors. Coralli’s menu showcases freshly-caught seafood and just-picked produce. While BLT Steaks offers modern steakhouse fare and a Blackboard Menu features dishes that highlight the seasonal flavors of Turks & Caicos.
The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos also offers 20,000 square feet of meeting space, with venues including a 4,900 square foot ballroom that can be further divided into three separate salons. Additionally, a selection of outdoor spaces, including a manicured event lawn and grand promenade, showcase the white sands and sparkling waters of Grace Bay.