My husband and I stayed here in mid March 2012 for 4 nights. We did the stay 4, pay 3 and we thought it was a good value relative to other upscale resorts on the island. We booked a garden view 1-bedroom, but were put into an ocean view junior suite, which was nice but we were on the ground floor and because of the trees/shrubbery, we could only see small sections of the ocean and lot of the pool. Rooms are lovely and comfortable. Bathrooms are big and luxurious. The nice thing is that the house keeping staff will do all of your dishes for you, which we did not expect. They do a very thorough job of cleaning, sweeping the floors every day and turning down the beds...really good attention-to-detail. Check-in service was very smooth, we sat on couches and all the paperwork was brought to us along with some sort of refreshing fruit punch. We ate at the beachside restaurant for lunch once, the food was very good but not great, which was as expected. Breakfast was included, it was a small buffet of fresh fruit, pastries, and cereals. Nothing special, but it did the job. Service at the restaurant was lacking, in my opinion. Waiters were not terribly engaged and we had to flag one down every time we needed something. We also checked out the spa, and again, nothing special. Standard quality facials.
One thing to note is that the resort is very big, and the pool and beach areas were crowded and noisy with families. If you are looking for a couples getaway on a secluded beach, this is not the right place to go to. I think we went during spring vacation, so there are a lot of children running around. Its a very family friendly resort, which I suppose will appeal to my husband and I eventually, but for this trip, we found it a distraction. As a result, we did a lot of exploring around the island, so we were able to find completely deserted beaches with good snorkeling, but you will not find that if you stay at the resort the whole time. Again, this is not to say that it was a bad experience. We enjoyed staying at the resort, but I just want to point it out for couples looking for a romantic and quiet getaway.
Overall, a very good resort, but didn't quite fit the bill for us. We probably should have done a little more research.
- 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
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