Seven Stars Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Attentive service, including twice-daily housekeeping and refreshing surprise snacks on the beach
- The huge seawater swimming pool is heated and has private cabanas overlooking the ocean
What To Know
- This family-friendly resort attracts lots of people with kids, particularly during school breaks
- The hotel does not arrange airport transfers, but taxis are readily available
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
This resort, on 22 manicured acres adjoining Princess Alexandra National Park and fronting the famed 12-mile Grace Bay beach, has plantation-style suites with island views from the wraparound terraces, and mixes family-friendly fun with an upscale vibe. All 143 rooms, from studios to four-bedroom suites, have marble floors, four-poster beds draped in white, and private terraces with unbeatable seascapes, while fully equipped kitchens make fixing breakfasts and snacks easy—though first-rate dining is a hallmark of the resort. Near the beach, guests can enjoy private cabanas where attendants are always on hand. And a sumptuous, full-service spa spoils those looking to get away from the world. But families are well-served here, too. Youngsters can escape their embarrassing parents at the kids camp and build sand castles, go snorkeling under supervision or even learn to sail with expert instructors. All guests can dive into the slew of water sports available on-site: you might find your inner Jacques Cousteau in a scuba class, or take a surf lesson and discover a previously unknown talent. For an additional fee, Seven Stars guests are also welcome to play golf at the Provo Club, a 6,705-yard course that’s considered one of the best in the Caribbean.
In the Area
Some of the best fishing in the area can be found off Turks and Caicos, known as the blue marlin capital of the Caribbean. Providenciales also offers some of the best bonefishing in the world. The relatively pristine waters are great for aspiring anglers and expert fishermen alike. Boats carry up to two guests, plus the captain, for half- and full-day excursions. If you rather stay onshore, you can learn about the flora and fauna of Turks and Caicos right across from the Children’s Park at the National Environmental Center. The exhibits are fun and the staff can answer some of the trickier questions that kids come up with. It’s free and open daily. But if you’re here for romance, trotting along the beach on horseback is one of the best ways to take in the backdrop of white sand and turquoise water. Riders of all skill levels can participate, and long pants are strongly suggested.
How to Get There
Spent five wonderful days at Seven Stars, three years after our first visit. It's even better than we remembered. What's to like? Well, everything.
Grace Bay has to be the most beautiful beach on the planet. We took out the kayaks, used the masks and snorkels and even took out the sail boats. When you go out to the beach, you will get lounge chairs on the beach with thick cushions and a fitted terry cloth towel and plenty of umbrellas to stay cool. The beach attendant Lela will take care of anything you need. He is amazing and one of the stars of Seven Stars for sure.
This trip we picked one of the 2-bedroom garden view rooms for 4 people. There is no sitting area, but we enjoyed time on the patio and the small kitchen was adequate for making lunches and snacks. The breakfast was always well done, but would be nice to mix is up a bit after 5 days. Hardly worth a comment, it was great.
Here are some tips for travellers coming to Seven Stars: (1) buy a bottle of your favorite spirit at the duty free store at the airport before flying down. Liquor can be very expensive on the island. Bring a torvis tumbler and mix drinks. (2) pre-order sodas and beer and Seven Stars will have it chilled in your refrigerator when you arrive (3) walk over to the Graceway Gourmet grocery store and buy stuff for making lunches (4) get a rental car from Avis the last day. Use it to drive to dinner (Conch Shack) and other sightseeing (Turks Head Brewery?). You can walk to Avis, pick up the car, use it for the day, drop it at the airport, all for less than just the taxi ride to the airport.
Looking forward to our next trip!
We have been in the hotel for three consecutive years and had previously notified our arrival with prior notice requesting an upgrade because we are VIP clients of expedia and they didn't offer us and when we arrived they treated us as new guests. Only the people work on the beach called Lila Only attended to us and remembered us.We also noticed that attention in the pool service has declined.We were in room 1610 and we had to call reception because my daughter could not sleep at night because the sofa bed was too hard and with springs outside and they had to put another mattress on top and the situation was not completely resolved but it improved also the next day we had to go to reception because the water that came out of the two bathrooms smelled unpleasant and they told us that they did not know anything about it and that they were going to send someone but it was not resolved everything remained the same and we also noticed that the service in the room was not like in previous years, limited towels, no slippers ,never put the newspaper in the morning like previous years However, if we can say that the service at breakfast was always excellent as well as previous years and the service at the beach we also continue super special and Mr Lila is super attentive person, is the best people.I also wanted to tell you that the service at breakfast continues to be excellent and we consider that the hotel is still very special for us and we are making these complaints
because we don't want the hotel to lose its quality and excellence.
Service was amazing, especially Charles who always greeted us with a smile and friendly/ helpful attitude. In addition to friendly service, Charles was very knowledgeable and was able to assist us and answer all of the questions that we had about the resort.
Come see Charles at the seven stars resort, you will not be disappointed!