Sneak Peek: Beach House Turks and Caicos

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    Beach House Pool Photo by Matt Dutile
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    Beach House Nightstand Photo by Matt Dutile
  • Lounge Ocean View
  • Lounge Hotel View
  • Photo by Matt Dutile
  • Photo by Matt Dutile

Beach House Turks and Caicos opened on October 22 in the former Turks and Caicos Club overlooking Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales. The two-acre, plantation-style property has received a complete renovation of its 21 suites, which each comprises at least 1,150 square feet and a private terrace (from about $530 to $1,050). The resort features a new kitchen, wine cellar, and bar that can accommodate up to 200 people for special events; as well as a 90-seat poolside restaurant, which serves eight-course meals, wine tastings, and tapas, also available in-suite and at each guest’s private lounge area on the beach. (855.946.5800, www.beachhousetci.com)

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