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Recent Turks & Caicos Islands reviews

  • Beautiful House in great location

    "We had three couples stay at the Reef Pearl House. It was easy to find, convenient location to a nice Marina at Turtle Cove, and some local restaurants. Also close to the IGA on Leeward, but groceries and alcohol were very expensive. We were there in April, and the pool was very warm and comfortable. The beach was nice, but sloped and has very soft sand. Kind of hard to walk in. The hot tub did not work after one night, so we were unable to use it. This was the only downside of our entire week. We took excursions through Big Blue in the Blue Haven Marina, about 20 minutes away. The house was clean, neat and had two separate living quarters. The beds were King in Master, King downstairs in separate quarters, and double, (supposed to be Queen) in smaller bedroom. Nice kitchens with plenty of cooking utensils, and dishes. The upper floor has a beautiful wrap around deck. A large game room is in the garage area, and a play area for anyone with children. Lots of snorkel equipment, sailboat, kayaks are available also. Our house manager could be contacted for any problems we had or information that we needed. He was wonderful and very helpful. Security guards are on premises around the clock, but speak little English, and are very helpful and friendly. We felt safe and enjoyed our trip to the fullest. The Reef Pearl House shares a tennis court that is quite large with the Conch Pearl house next door. The houses are far apart, and very private. Our private beach had plenty of chairs and we spent most of our days enjoying the breeze and snorkeling right out front. There is a beautiful reef, Smith's Reef a short walking distance from the house that is spectacular and teeming with all kinds of fish, turtles, coral and memorials on the bottom floor. Large TV's in Living Room, Bedrooms and nice Stereo for some good Island Music while enjoying the view from the upper deck on the comfortable furniture. I would highly recommend this vacation property."
    Guest: Laurie Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 21, 2015
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  • Amazing Experience!!!

    "This condo has everything you can think of! The proximity to the beach is less than a 5 minute walk to the famous Grace Bay beach. The property is well maintained and Mel was extra helpful during our arrival. The unit is in pristine condition! It has everything you need! The kitchen is well equipped, if you want to make a Thanksgiving dinner you can. All you need is food in the fridge and you're good to go! I highly recommend this unit , I will definitely be coming back!"
    Guest: Charmbee Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014
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  • Silly Creek, Serious Paradise

    "We visited Providenciales for our 10 year anniversary and wanted to see all the island had to offer, so we split our 1-week stay into 2 parts: 3 nights at this cottage and 4-nights at a resort on Grace Bay. Although we enjoyed both places, our most memorable moments by far were during our stay at this cottage. I will limit this review to things that may be helpful to someone who is trying to decide where to book their vacation, as that is the only reason I read these reviews. First off (disclaimer) we are not the party animal type, and this location would not suit one who is. Then again, you probably won't find much partying anywhere in Turks and Caicos, so if that is your thing just go to Aruba instead. Although we did not do so, we could have easily just spent the entire week here and made a few excursions over to Grace Bay for snorkeling and restaurants. To start with, both Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay are just as good if not better beaches than Grace Bay. More pristine/natural - what is lacking is the crowds and conveniences. You will want to take an umbrella, chairs, and a cooler, all of which are provided by the cottage, and use the restroom before hand. With minimal research you can figure out where to park and access each beaches. You will need a rental car to stay here. There is simply not much to do within walking distance of the cottage. You do not have a "real" beach to walk out onto like at Grace Bay. However... With that said, our favorite activity was simply exploring the Silly Cay area with the kayak and spending time on and around the various private "pocket" beaches. We even found some good snorkeling around the rocks near some of these beaches. And beautiful sunsets each night on the balcony overlooking the water, followed with quiet evenings under the starts (bring bug spray). I could see how a resort or even an all-inclusive on Grace Bay would appeal more to those bringing children or for people with mobility issues. But this is totally THE PLACE for couples who want to explore during the day and unwind at night."
    Guest: Brian G. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 4, 2015
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  • A Week in Paradise!

    "I had the privilege of going to TCI in November with friends and truly enjoyed the experience at The Regent Grand. The service was amazing from the chairs and towels being set up for us, to fresh water available and delivered as needed from the bar and the attendants. The facility is clean and well maintained. The infinity pool was my favorite place both day and night. The condo was beautifully decorated and had all the amenities necessary for a great week in the Turks and Caicos. One thing to keep in mind if you choose to travel to TCI is to bring your own toiletries and non-perishables as goods are quite expensive on the island. This was my second time on the island and definitely not my last."
    Guest: Gracylou Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: January 21, 2015
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