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Suite of the week: Three-Bedroom Suite Ocean Front Premier, Seven Stars Resort & Spa, Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

Suite name: Three-Bedroom Suite Ocean Front Premier Location: Seven Stars Resort & Spa, Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Size of accommodation: 3,250 square feet Cost per night: From $2,000 Who’s stayed there: A number of sports, movie and television personalities (names not disclosed) What makes it special: Guests who book Seven Stars Resort & Spa’s three-bedroom suite ocean front premier accommodations are able to enjoy one of the island’s most expansive suites where they can comfortably enjoy private in-room chef dining experiences, host and entertain friends and VIP guests for a memorable evening, and look out on stunning panoramic views of Grace Bay Beach from their spacious, furnished wrap-around balcony. At the award-winning, Seven Stars Resort & Spa, Grace Bay Beach, Turks & Caicos, guests will find a sumptuous world within a world of glimmering sea views, island-inspired decor, and thoughtful comforts when they choose the resort’s stunning three-bedroom Ocean Front Premier Suite. Once inside, they will fall into plush surroundings with unrivaled views that will serve as a constant reminder that they have arrived in a true Caribbean paradise. Spanning 3,250 square feet, Seven Stars Resort & Spa’s three-bedroom Ocean Front Premier Suites re-define the quintessential island escape while meeting the changing needs and demands of the affluent, discriminating traveler. Unparalleled and among the island’s most expansive accommodations, these airy, sun-drenched, and spacious suites feature more than enough room for those requiring extra space to host a family reunion or friends’ getaway. The deluxe suites include three luxurious guest rooms that comfortably sleep up to six adults – each with their own spectacular views of the ocean or tropical gardens; three marble bathrooms – one with a shower and soaker tub, one with a bath and shower, and one with a shower; dining and living room areas; a Grand Salon; roomy cedar closets with private safe and ample storage for everything from bathing suits to maxi dresses; and a convenient laundry room with washer and dryer. The Master Suite is fully furnished with its own seating area and desk, and guests able to take in the beauty of the morning sunrise and evening sunset from two sets of floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors while enjoying the comfort of their four-poster king-size canopy bed. Meanwhile, the second bedroom also features a king bed and ocean views, while the third bedroom provides an additional two single beds with lush garden views. The Ocean Front Premier Suite also features a gourmet kitchen with granite counters, modern deep-basin sink, full-size GE Monogram appliances, a wine refrigerator and a complete set of dinnerware, flatware, stemware and all the essentials, making it ideal for entertaining and hosting an intimate gathering among friends and family or a chef-prepared in-room private dining experience with personal butler and service staff. The fully-furnished terrace complete with lounge chairs, accent table, and outdoor dining set, provides guests with another relaxing space ideal for private sunbathing, enjoying a freshly prepared morning breakfast al fresco while over-looking the beach, or sipping on a pre- or post-dinner cocktail at sunset. The three-bedroom ocean front premier suite also allows guests to enjoy a massage or signature treatment from the resort’s award-winning spa in the privacy of their suite, while other in-suite conveniences and amenities include counter seating area, Nespresso machine, flat-screen television, Jacuzzi, complimentary in-room WiFi, remote control window shades and lighting, plush robes, lighted vanity mirror, L’Occitane bath products, and plenty of power outlets throughout. Perhaps the suites’ greatest feature, however, is their scenic, panoramic views of world famous, Grace Bay Beach which serve as a natural backdrop, bringing the outdoors in while further adding to an inspired state of vacation bliss. Seven Stars Resort & Spa’s three-bedroom Ocean Front Premier Suites were also included in the resort’s recent $12 million re-imagination, with each receiving a top-to-bottom redesign in excess of $60,000 per suite. Led by Orior, Ireland’s leading design firm, the suites now feature an inviting and carefully curated collection of stylish new custom furnishings, finely textured fabrics and distinctive finishes including contemporary leather seating and chic, sophisticated furnishings in a soothing palette of richly colored, nature-inspired spectrum of teals, blues, tans and browns inspired by the destination’s natural surroundings. Together, they create an unmistakably clean and refined sensibility that encourages guests to lounge in their vacation home-away-from-home accommodations as they take in the scenery while feeling a strong connection to the area’s pristine beaches and famously tranquil waters. Adorning each of the three-bedroom suites with more than a dozen works in eye-catching pops of blues, teals, reds, browns and yellows is a collection of one-of-kind commissioned paintings by New York City-based artist Andrew Humke, who worked in residence at Seven Stars Resort & Spa for six months taking inspiration from the island, its people and surroundings to create an installation of more than 600 framed pieces in his signature abstract style. Lastly, as part of its newly adopted Clean Stay Promise, Seven Stars Resort & Spa has adopted a variety of new in-room protocols to ensure guest wellness and safety. For example, daily housekeeping and nightly turn-down service is now offered upon request and will be performed in a way that ensures minimal guest contact. Additionally, hand sanitizer will be placed in all suites. When cleaning and disinfecting suites, the housekeeping team will also pay extra attention to switches, appliance buttons, doorknobs, kitchen countertops, faucets, faucet knobs, and remotes. For the ultimate luxury island escape, Seven Stars Resort & Spa’s three-bedroom Ocean Front Suite Premier are an exceptional choice for the traveler seeking the distinctive comforts of island living with the service and amenities of an award-winning resort. If you would like to be featured as ‘Suite of the week’ on A Luxury Travel Blog, please contact us.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. As somebody who used to work in PR I always wanted to be able to link the name of favourite celebrities to our products. Now that I’m on the other side of the fence and just a paying customer I have more respect for discrete businesses who protect the privacy of their guests than for those who brazenly broadcast the names of famous guests. Not that I wouldn’t want to know who has stayed in this suite.

  2. Still not ticked The Turks and Caicos islands off my list. I had hoped that 2020
    could have been the year when it happened. When I finally get there this suite will be on my short list. As prices go in this part of the world, $2,000 for a 3 bedroom suite, all the hotel’s facilities and those sorts of views is really quite good value.

  3. Although we’ve loved the Caribbean Islands that we’ve done like Antigua, Barbados and St Lucia they have been a bit busy and commercial. It’s probably time that we tried some of the more exclusive and quieter islands. Friends who have been to the Turks and Caicos have come back very positively. And how could you go wrong if you stayed in a suite like this one?

  4. Wine refrigerator? Now you’re talking.

    But seriously, I think more tropical resorts should take red wine seriously as well as white wine. I always like a very gently chilled red. There ought to be wine refrigerators for red wines as well.

  5. I really love how the interior and furniture just makes the views pop even more. The shades of the details complement the color of the ocean and palm trees outside. Aside from that, the rooms exude a soothing ambiance and are filled with natural light, which I love in a space. There is so much space and seating available, which allow for easy entertaining or for family gatherings, or if needed, a quiet retreat.

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