What We Love

  • These elegant suites at Seven Stars Resort are seriously sweet! Spacious, each with a balcony or terrace, and marble showers – you'll never want to leave!

Things to Know

  • The Seven Stars Resort in Turks and Caicos is definitely star-quality and on one of the top beaches in the world, Grace Bay.
Seven Stars Resort is the 2023 Noble Beach Prize winner for Best Beach Bliss! Have you checked the forecast lately? No, not the weather, but the stars forecast, because we predict romance and relaxation in your future at Seven Stars Resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The resort sits on the pale sands and gentle surf of Grace Bay, recently awarded TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Award for being the number-one beach in the world. One step on the shore and you'll agree Grace Bay is the perfect setting for romance, long walks or just being with someone special.

Quiet beauty and total relaxation are the name of the game at Seven Stars Turks. Check in and make your way to the island's only heated saltwater pool. Gentle on the eyes and skin, the pool is great for basking in the Caribbean rays in a lounge chair, mojito in hand from the poolside Sand Dollar. When it's time to eat, you'll find the fare out of this world: thick steaks and fresh seafood at classy Seven, and island tapas with a great view at the open-air bar, The Deck. After the sun sets, the resort's prime location means you're right in the middle of downtown Provo nightlife.

Whether you want to recharge or have energy to burn, Seven Stars Turks has you covered: hit the waves in a Hobie Cat, stick to your cardio routine at the gym or head to nearby Provo Golf and Country Club for a round on the 18-hole championship course. The resort's spa has a jetlag massage that works wonders, and we love the 30-minute poolside hand or foot massage – talk about heaven!

Before you call it a day, check out Caicos Conch Farm-the world's only conch farm-for an educational treat. Afterward, retreat into a spacious Seven Stars suite. You'll never want to leave the star-quality amenities like plush bathrobes, marble bathrooms and L'Occitane bath products.

This hotel is NOT All-Inclusive, but does include a daily full breakfast. Additional food and drinks must be purchased separately.
Unless otherwise specified, all services are available for an additional charge.

Location

Turks and Caicos - Beach
Caicos, Turks And Caicos Islands - Providenciales (PLS) : 5 miles

Property Information

Floors: 7
Total rooms: 169

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Resort Details

Dining

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Amenities

Treat yourself to everything that this resort has to offer and more.
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Activities

Whether a land lover or a water sports fanatic, you’ll always have something fun to do.
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General Policies & Fine Print

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Minimum Check-In Age: 18
General Policies:

Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds. 

Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring break-free environment.

General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.

Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Customer Ratings & Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

5.0 3693 reviews
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Exactly what our granddaughter hoped for when my husband and I took her for her high school graduation!

    No need to pack your hydro flask as they are provided for you in your room! They are yours to keep. Triple filtered water is also provided. Breakfast buffet is very nice with some constant items and some change daily. I loved the omelette station. I could not find pictures of the buffet area before we visited, so I will attach some.

    Jun 19, 2024
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Probably 4.25 stars. Very nice place.

    If you read my other reviews you will see I score slightly differently than most reviewers. Trip advisor is challenging that way since I think a 5 star resort that is really great should get 5 stars. Most reviewers give 5 stars if the resort did its job the way it should. I think 7 Stars is a really nice place with really nice people, very good food and superlative cleanliness. However, given the price of this property and other upscale properties since the pandemic I think a true 5 star property needs a bit more. And therein lies the issue. Since the beginning of the pandemic resorts have bumped their prices even beyond historically high inflation to make up for lost revenue. But for someone who remembers that property like 7 Stars probably charged 1/2 or less for the same room 3.5 yrs ago, I now expect them to up their game. I do not want minimize that this is a nice place. It is lovely, has a great beach, friendly people and above average food at the restaurants on property. The room was lovely and in good repair and housekeeping is truly excellent; the resort was spotless and the restrooms were serviced very regularly. All good. We had an oceanfront junior suite. Note for that room or any oceanfront rooms, make sure the one you get (we got the 3rd floor) does not have one of the property's beautiful palm trees in front of it or you will be seeing the ocean through palm fronds unless it is windy. The management said they would try to relocate us the next day but we decided not to move since the alternative room would not have a balcony. But we did appreciate the offer. So ideally make sure you get the 4th or 5th floor or that there are no trees in front of your oceanfront room. Beds are very personal. Their beds are firmer than our preference but they had a padded mattress cover; nice touch and foam pillows that were firmer if you wanted them. Nice adult only pool and service is available. Attendants are pleasant and attentive. And they come around every day at 3 PM with a melon refresher. Now let's get back to why I think this is not 5 Star. We had a helpful comparison because last summer we visited Grand Cayman and stayed at Palm Heights, a small boutique resort. Frankly there were several times things did not work as quickly at Palm Heights as the very professional service at 7 Stars. But the feel was very, very 5 (might I say 7) stars. Caribbean service is more reserved and less in your face than say Mexico. Everyone at 7 Stars was efficient, pleasant and helpful when asked. But the service was different. Let me provide two vivid examples: First, I use a CPAP. I emailed the 7 Stars concierge several days before our arrival to ensure I had distilled water for my CPAP. I got no response to my email. The day before I arrived, having not heard from the hotel I called. I spoke to the concierge who made it very clear that he would tell where I could travel to and purchase the distilled water. A true 5 (or 7) star property would have had the water in my room upon arrival. For a property that charges $1600.00 per night at high season (or a lot less in summer but still very expensive) for a non-suite room (the one we stayed in), that is the service I would expect. Another small but telling interaction. We were taking a walk and passed through the lobby. We asked the individual at the front desk for two small bottles of water for our walk. He directed us to the bellman stand where the refrigerator is. At Palm Heights the person would have walked us over, opened the refrigerator and handed us the bottles. It is small, maybe insignificant. But it is the difference between a very good hotel and a true top of the line property. We have had similar service at some Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, etc. 7 Stars, while really nice, is a bit less service oriented. Contrast this with Palm Heights. We were travelling with our adult children. One has a number of food allergies. They went out of their way to order a special butter that we use at home and had two tubs in our rooms, plus they advised all of the (excellent) restaurants on site to be aware of our needs. They went above and beyond (multiple emails prior to arrival) to provide two adjoining oceanfront rooms with one having a king and one with two beds for our sons. There were numerous other ways they made us feel valued while we were there. Was execution perfect? No. But overall we left there feeling that if we are willing to spend a lot on a Caribbean trip, we would spend it there. A final, but again telling, difference. Both properties offer complimentary use of snorkeling gear and other water entertainment. At 7 Stars I knew it was available because there is a book in the room. At Palm Heights they had several people who worked in that area. They walked on the beach regularly offering you the water sports implements and offered to guide you on use. It is that level of interaction and intimacy that made Palm Heights so great. It is active luxury rather than passive luxury that, to me, makes a true luxury property. To enjoy 7 Stars at that level you have to seek it. At a true top property the luxury seeks you. So if you have a family and want a very well managed, safe, very clean and pleasant property, 7 Stars is a really nice place. If you want true (adult) luxury that warrants $1600.00 per night in high season you may want to consider other properties. Different strokes for different folks.

    Jun 19, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Beautiful, welcoming resort

    This was our first time to Turks & Caicos as my wife had always wanted to visit the Islands. We had looked at many options for a resort and were glad we chose Seven Stars as we left our last morning! 1 - the location is central and as a first time visitor there it was nice to be able to walk to everything (we did not rent a car). Besides taking a taxi once for a Jet ski tour a few miles away, we walked and used the bicycles to go everywhere else (dinners, reef for snorkeling, gift shops, grocery, etc). Also, though the Ritz is humongous next door and there are other resorts to both sides down the beach, this part of Grace Bay did not seem as crowded as we expected. When we walked all the way to the Reef, we encountered many other areas that seemed more crowded along the beach. 2- Hard to beat the beach here. Beautiful water, comfy white sand along the water and in the water- wow. Seven Stars always had beach chairs and loungers available in the front row when we went out there- and like many have mentioned- the chairs are very comfortable. We also loved using the Paddleboards and they allow you to go very far out (much farther than we anticipated). Additionally, we used the snorkeling gear and walked down to Coral Gardens with it to snorkel. Finally- look for dolphin Jojo in the morning. Our favorite memory of the trip! 3- We loved the food at breakfast. The service was excellent and we even had a little firework in a muffin to celebrate our anniversary. We also loved taking the breakfast to eat on our balcony and look at the ocean in the morning. The Deck is the best spot on Grace Bay as far as location to eat. Watch the sunset- right on the beach- and at your resort! 4- We played tennis multiple times and they have rackets/balls for you. They also have pickleball. We loved the calmness and relaxation of sitting by the adult pool- including at night as pools are open until 10. 5- We had an Ocean View Junior Suite and it was perfect. Gorgeous view, comfortable bed, everything you could need in the kitchen area (we visited nearby grocery for things), loved the refillable bottles they give you, bath & shower 6- Finally- big shoutout to the service. Such friendly people and specifically wanted to recognize a few. James was our welcoming guide at the beginning and was very kind and helpful. Also, Niran was just amazing with the rooms and also so kind in talking to us in the halls and as we waited for the elevator at times. Finally, Dreadlyne was very helpful at checkout and lining up taxi for us to the airport. Can’t say enough about the people at the resort and also those we encountered at the restaurants. Thank you Seven Stars- we hope to be back again some day and definitely recommend for others!

    Jun 19, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Amazing honeymoon experience for gay couple

    My husband and I stayed here two weeks ago for our honeymoon and had an incredible experience. Seven Stars is truly a 5 star resort - all the amenities and the ease of access to them, the beachfront, the food, the kind service of the staff and housekeeping - everything was top notch. We stayed in the Island view one bedroom suite and loved it, perfect for a couple with three suitcases. We just utilized the front room area for our bags. The room was stocked with cookies and wine which was awesome! We loved sitting on the balcony at night, especially when it was storming and lightning in the distance. The pools were awesome. The Grace Bay beachfront is clean and the water is a stunning turquoise color. I noticed the seven stars beach chairs were more cushioned and better than the Ritz. The staff will put towels on the beach chairs for you and set you up and then you can order food and drinks from your chair. The guy taking orders Lela was so nice and even remembers your name the next day. That's service. We used the free kayaks provided by the resort and had a blast kayaking out somewhat far from the shore. I think my favorite thing about the resort was the awesome breakfast buffet, so many options and so many pastries and fresh fruit. Our experience at Seven stars for our honeymoon could not have been better. I think the most important thing to note - being a gay couple, we never felt discriminated against at any point, so cheers to all of their staff for that.

    Jun 17, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Turks Family Trip SB '24

    We did a small family spring break trip to Seven Stars and really enjoyed it! Seven Stars is really good, and we really want to shout out James and Peterson on their staff. They each went above and beyond for us during our stay! True difference makers. Food, rooma, accomodations were fantastic!

    Jun 17, 2024