On Site: Regent Palms in Turks and Caicos

PROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos Islands -- Luxury Travel Advisor is currently on location at one of Turks and Caicos best hotels, the Regent Palms.

We are staying in room 5103, a One-Bedroom Ocean View Suite with the two televisions, a Queen bed, patio and walk-in shower, which is the room's best feature.

The Regent Palms is a 72-suite luxury resort situated on Grace Bay Beach. Amenities include a 25,000-square-foot spa, two signature restaurants and a gorgeous infinity pool.

Clients can stay active with non-motorized water sports, tennis, a Fitness Center and children's club activities.

Luxury Travel Advisor is about to get a Body Fitness Facial and will be sure to tell you all about it.

We are also awaiting further details on a handful of upgrades the resort is looking to make. We sat down with General Manager Karen S. Whitt recently and learned that the property will be getting some minor upgrades from new in-room designs to a new pool-side bar to some possible spa refurbishments later this year.

Whitt told us the owners of the Regent brand, which represents seven hotels throughout the world, are looking to go back to their “old school brand of luxury,” referring to the subtle, yet elegant designs the company has earned a reputation for over the years. In fact, Whitt and other representatives of the hotels are set to make a trip to Shanghai soon to meet with Regent representatives and discuss in more detail what exactly needs to be done to give the property that traditional Regent stamp.

A new trendy bar is also expected to be added at the property’s pool area and some major spa refurbishments are also expected to be announced soon.

Visit www.regentturksandcaicos.com


 

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