Regent’s Royal Service

Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos
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Regent Palms Turks & Caicos


The Regent Palms Turks & Caicos has debuted new butler service for clients staying at any one of its six Penthouse rooms. In fact, the launch has been so successful that the resort is looking to expand the service to guests staying in three-bedroom categories, as well.

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Regent’s newly revamped spa, too, continues to be a success. Although no physical changes were done to the spa area (and this is a good thing since the aesthetics are about as tranquil as it gets), the menu has seen a major overhaul, combining the best treatments the Caribbean has to offer with a heavy Asian influence.

Products from organically formulated lines, Sothys and Zents, are implemented within the spa’s experiences including signature Caribbean-inspired treatments such as the “Mother of Pearl Conch Polish,” which uses a blend of hand-crushed local queen conch shells to revitalize and soften, and the indigenous island “Zareeba” treatment, during which guests inhale an aromatic steam from a blend of therapeutic herbs followed by a massage.

Signature Asian-inspired treatments include the “Oriental Essence Ceremony,” a ginger-infused salt scrub preceding a massage using an aromatic spice sachet filled with smooth pebbles and soaked in warm oils.

Contact Sales & Marketing Coordinator Claudia Moreno (954-392-5070) with questions.  

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