Gansevoort Turks + Caicos, a Wymara Resort, is a 5-star eco-friendly resort situated on the famous Grace Bay beach on the western side of the Turk and Caicos Islands. Located on the Providenciales Island, the Gansevoort Turks + Caicos resort offers 91 guestrooms, including 32 suites and 4 penthouses, and a host of other luxury amenities and services. For the resort’s overall design, Gansevoort Turks + Caicos combines classic Caribbean style with a modern, contemporary flair, making it a one-of-a-kind property among luxury developments in Turks and Caicos.
Being a beachfront property, provided during your stay is a free buffet breakfast by Grace Bay beach, guest-only beach lounge chairs, umbrellas, and beds, with food and drink service. The resort has on-site parking facilities and bicycles are made available to guests on a first-come, first-serve basis. The resort also lists a business center as part of its amenities and features a 600+ square foot conference area for small meetings and receptions. Complimentary wireless internet is available property-wide.
Gansevoort Turks + Caicos resort offer ten different types of rooms, with prices ranging from $550 for the Pool View Studio to upwards of $4000 a night for the Beachfront Penthouse (rates may vary as per season). Here’s a brief overview of the type of rooms available at the Gansevoort resort:
Pool View Studio - These 550 sq ft rooms feature a king bed, a kitchenette, sitting area and a terrace overlooking the pool.
Ocean View Studio - These 670 sq ft rooms are located on the ground floor of the oceanfront buildings, and provide easy access to hotel facilities and the beach.
Deluxe Oceanfront Studio - Located in the oceanfront buildings, these 670 sq ft rooms offer a partial view of beach from the terrace.
Oceanfront Spa Studio - Also 670 sq ft in size, these rooms feature either one king or two queen-sized beds, a luxury bathroom with shower and separate spa tub. These rooms do not have a balcony.
Oceanfront Terrace Studio – Similar to the Oceanfront Spa Studio in terms of size and amenities, these rooms come with a terrace.
One Bedroom Oceanfront Suite - These 1106 sq ft rooms feature a private bedroom separated from the living area by a sliding frosted glass door, and come with a fully equipped kitchen overlooking the living/dining area that opens to a spacious balcony.
Two Bedroom Oceanfront Suite – A sprawling 1835 sq ft in area, these suites are designed like a luxury apartment and flaunts a dual living/dining room.
Three Bedroom Oceanfront Suite – At 2542 sq ft, these rooms offers some of the most stunning ocean views and plenty of space for your family or friends. This luxury apartment-style room flaunts a dual living/dining room, full kitchen as well as a separate kitchenette, three bathrooms, a washer/dryer, and at least two terraces.
Beachfront Penthouse - The biggest room at the Gansevoort Turks + Caicos is a massive 3702 sq ft in area. The penthouse features a wrap-around terrace, beachfront master bedroom and second bedroom, ocean view third bedroom, a full kitchen & dining area, three & a half bathrooms, washer/dryer & a hot tub/plunge pool on the terrace.
All rooms come with electric blackout blinds giving guests the privacy they seek. The kitchens are fitted with state-of-the-art Liebherr, Gaggenau and Bosch appliances. All rooms come equipped with LCD TVs, DVD players and Bose iPod docking stereos.
If you don’t feel like hitting the sandy shores right away, the hotel features a 7000 square foot wide infinity pool just a short distance from the beach. The pool offers four private island pods which can be rented for one whole day. Included in the price are unlimited water, a fruit platter and a chilled bottle of Rose Wine. Advance reservations are strongly recommended for the island pods.
For dining, the resort’s all-day multi-cuisine Stelle Restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating that overlooks the azure pool. The aforementioned island pods can even be turned into an exclusive dining spot replete with full service making for very a romantic meal in the evenings. The beachfront Stelle Beach Bar + Grill is a well-stocked bar and serves delicious seafood and Mediterranean cuisine with local specialties like conch and (when in season) the Caribbean spiny lobster – both of which are some of the island’s famed exports. Being right by the beach, the Stelle Beach Bar + Grill is a lovely spot to witness the rising or setting sun.
For some relaxation and rejuvenation, Gansevoort's award-winning spa Exhale offers guests various relaxing therapies and fitness classes. From yoga, reinvigorating massages, to Core Fusion® toning classes and a well equipped 24-hour gym, the resort’s certified trainers and therapists ensure guests will be revived, relaxed and transformed by the time they check-out.
The resort offers various water sport activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, boat excursions, parasailing, fishing, jet-skiing, kite-boarding, island tours, and much more. Use of snorkel equipment, kayaks, and paddle boards are complimentary for guests.
Gansevoort Turks + Caicos is a pet-friendly resort. There are no restrictions on bringing domestic pets into the Turks + Caicos Islands from any rabies-free country, but for pets entering from the U.S. and Canada, they must be vaccinated and a Blood Titer Test must be administered.
Given its picturesque setting, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a popular Caribbean destination for weddings and special events. To cater to this demand, Gansevoort Turks + Caicos resort employs an in-house team of experienced event planners who specialize in designing each event to meet your needs.
The resort is a 4 mile drive from the Providenciales International Airport, the main airport connecting the Turks and Caicos Islands to the rest of the world. Gansevoort Turks + Caicos is also just a short drive away from the island’s golf resorts and shopping centers.
The Gansevoort Hotel Group is most famous for its hip New York hotels. The Turks and Caicos property brings that “New York hip” to the Caribbean while exuding a sensual island vibe with unique contemporary décor to match. It’s no wonder the resort was named one of the top ten trendiest resorts in the world and is a member of the 2013 Conde Nast “Gold List”.
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