Seven Stars Resort & Spa Gives Updates Post-Hurricane Irma

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Now that Hurricane Irma has passed through the Turks and Caicos, Seven Stars Resort & Spa has reported that all of its staff and guests safely weathered the storm without injury. Seven Stars Resort & Spa has also inform us the resort received minor damage and none of the buildings on property sustained any serious damage. The resort was also unaffected by any rising water or flooding and never closed its doors during the hurricane. In essence: it is fully operational. 

The resort does note, however, that landscaping that was impacted and its resort team is working to restore it as quickly as possible to its natural beauty.

The Seven Stars Resort & Spa remains ready for arriving guests now that airlines have resumed their scheduled arrivals into Providenciales.

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Going forward, Stars Resort & Spa and Providenciales will continue to release new information on its website as it becomes available. They add: "In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers remain with our island neighbors who were impacted by Hurricane Irma."

Located on the white-sand beaches and the marine preserve of Princess Alexandra National Park, Seven Stars has a pool that serves as its centerpiece, as well as junior, one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites, island-inspired gourmet dining, a spa, a resort-owned catamaran offering daily excursions, and complimentary water sports such as kayaking, surfing, snorkeling in the calm waters and along the acclaimed Grace Bay Beach. 

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