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.


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

Property Information

Floors: 7
Total rooms: 169


Resort Details


You don’t have to go far for delicious food and drinks, these options have you covered.
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Treat yourself to everything that this resort has to offer and more.
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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 3669 reviews
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Most comfortable sun beds , great rooms and location

    The rooms are modern and very comfortable, with a ocean view stunning , The pool areas , especially the adult only pool , are quiet , with very comfortable sun beds ( put this hotel way ahead of the ritz Carlton ) The farm restaurant is a excellent choice for a breakfast and lunch . The Deck and seven restaurant are below par , otherwise it’s a very good resort that we would love to come back to

    Apr 09, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Truly a 5-star experience

    Fantastic resort. The place is exactly what it promises -- great rooms, great beach, and included perks like a solid buffet breakfast, water sport equipment, even a Hobie that you can either use yourself or go on with their guide. The concierge was then great at helping to set up airport transfer and excursions, all priced appropriately and all worth doing, and the food was solid. The FARM is by far the best food. But SEVEN was good, and the by-the-beach, at-the-beach, and in-room menu are all good as well. You can easily walk to town for yet more options, but we didn't find anything we liked better than the on-resort options. And ... well, the resort really came through for us, and we had a great time. As for excursions, definitely go snorkeling off a boat at the reef; and sign up for a glass-bottom kayak tour of the mangroves and sea turtles.

    Apr 07, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Almost Paradise

    They say nothing is perfect, but this place comes pretty close. The location is excellent, the beach is beautiful, and the staff members are very helpful. I appreciated the little extras that they surprise you with: welcome rum punch at check-in, bottle of pinot grigio in the room, smoothie sample at the pool. We will return!

    Apr 05, 2024
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Beautiful views and beaches, great service, could use some modernizing.

    My family of 5 (3 kids ages 19, 18, 13) just returned from Seven Stars. I like to give a thorough review, so I hope this helps. First, when you arrive to T&C airport, there is the option to purchase a Sky Pass in advance that lets you bypass the long customs lines at arrival and departure. It's $65 per person, so I decided to pass on spending $325 for a family of 5 as I read that arriving/departing on weekdays shouldn't be too bad. The line for customs arrival was about an hour and the same for departures. On weekends, I'm told the wait is up to 90 minutes or more, so maybe then it would make sense. You should be aware that taxis are $16.50 per person for a 10-15 minute ride. Round trip drive to one restaurant (da Conch Shack) on our first night was $165 plus tip! That restaurant was great - - they have a big beach party and fire show on Wednesday nights, so it was packed and service VERY slow, but fun. The island itself was just very expensive compared to other island destinations. My best estimate is T&C is about 25% more money for resort, food, excursions, etc. compared to any other beach destination we've been to. Yes, the beaches are beautiful and the water is lovely. But be aware that you'll be spending alot for meals and any excursions. As far as the resort goes: We were greeted at the resort with rum punch and Ms. Vernis went over our room and the resort. She was lovely and very thorough. Our 3 br ocean view suite was lovely, spacious, and with high-end finishes, full kitchen, washer/dryer, and 3 balconies. The view was phenomenal. It's clear they updated the room fairly recently. The resort itself was a bit tired overall. The resort consisted mostly of families. The family pool was often full of parents and very young children (all under age 8). The adult pool was for ages 18+. The pools were fine, but the adult pool was pretty small. The family pool was bigger, but not modern. No jacuzzi or hot tub anywhere. No music playing outside. It was a very quiet vibe and not "upbeat" which was fine but some music or lively daytime feel would have been nice. Service at the pools or beach was great. We didn't have to wait long for drinks or food at all, and Lila did a great job making sure we had whatever food/drink we wanted. There were no issues finding a lounge chair, which was nice. You didn't have to go save your seat at 7am, which we've had to do at other resorts. Housekeeping was great - no issues with cleanliness of the room at all. Included Breakfast: fine, but not on par with what you're paying for this resort. It was a step up from a Holiday Inn-type breakfast. There was 1 omelet station. Other foods included about 6 different cold cereal choices, fruit, yogurt, scrambled eggs, a potato, bacon, sausage, oatmeal, waffles or pancakes, something savory (from the prior night's dinner), and a variety of breads, mini muffins. You could order smoothies, but those were $10 each. By the 4th morning, we were tired of the same things at the buffet. I didn't use the spa but it looked fine. The fitness center was fine. It had 4 or 5 treadmills, 2 bikes, 1 elliptical, and dumbbells, some weight machines. We ate dinner at The Farm at the resort one night and it was very good. Other restaurants we tried were Sui Ren at The Shore Club, Casa Nonna at the Ritz-Carlton, the Conch Shack, and Grace's Cottage. All were very good - way better than the all-inclusive type places. Sui Ren was one of the best restaurants I've ever dined at. Grace's Cottage was also very good. The beaches were very nice, and of course the water is amazing. But again, it's very expensive. We did an excursion with The Island Boys. My husband and daughter went fishing for 4 hours, which cost $1100. The other 2 kids and I went snorkeling for 3 hours, which was $700. Chris from the Island Boys walks the beach between Seven Stars and Ritz-Carlton next door and it was easy to book with him. Overall, the staff at Seven Stars were well-trained and we had no complaints about service. The beach and view are breathtaking. The resort could use some modernizing and upgrades to remain in their price point.

    Apr 02, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    We always leave knowing that we will come back

    We have stayed at Seven Stars over 10 times in the past 12 years. We have stayed in all but one of the room categories. As the island has become more popular the prices have increased. This is an expensive location to vacation and an expensive resort. We keep coming back because Seven Stars has consistently offered a reliable product and the service and offerings have never disappointed. The island as a whole is very laid back. You will experience polite and efficient service everywhere. If you come to the island and expect to be treated like royalty - this isn’t the island for you. Why we stay at Seven Stars: Central location - you can walk to the market, bakery and great restaurants. You can explore further - but you don’t need to. The beach is great, the beach staff is great, the chairs are comfortable and plenty, umbrellas for everyone…. Pools are large, warm and never overcrowded Great food options…Seven, the Deck and the Farm All the rooms are perfect - great air conditioning, hot water, comfortable bed, black out curtains…cleaning staff is the best. If you need anything just ask - write a note - they will provide it! The resort is constantly evolving…..we have seen a lot of growth over the past decade. And I feel they do a good job keeping up the maintenance. Sun and salt water do a number on everything….from furniture to landscaping. I try not to write too many reviews on this resort because my view is very unique. However, I have seen many negative reviews recently and think there needs to be a counter perspective. Let me leave you with this….on our last night we were eating dinner next door at Casa Nonna ( a Ritz Carlton restaurant). The table next to us was a party of approx 8. One of the mothers ordered for all the teenage children at the table. When the food came out everyone started to eat. The mother did not order for herself but asked for an empty plate. She then started taking food off of her children’s plates to eat. About 10 minutes after the food was delivered she decided all the food was cold. She brought over the waitress and asked for all the food to be remade so that it was hot. Mind you, she was eating outside at 8pm with a breeze. If you are the type of person who would send back half eaten food for an entire table because your pasta became cold - you will never be happy. Do not come to Turks and Caicos….your expectations are too high.

    Apr 02, 2024