Seven Stars Resort is located on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. The resort borders the Princess Alexandra National Park marine preserve on Grace Bay, and is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and bars.
While Seven Stars is not an all-inclusive resort, there are plenty of complimentary perks like a daily breakfast buffet, a welcome rum punch on arrival, a kids club, and water sports such as kayaking, surfing, snorkeling.
The beachfront resort’s centerpiece is a heated saltwater pool. There are lounge chairs, and poolside wait service is offered for food and drinks.
Rooms at Seven Stars Resort are located in three buildings, and include junior, one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites. Rooms are well-appointed and have either a kitchenette or full kitchen with granite counters and Nespresso machines, marble bathrooms, L’Occitaine bath amenities, climate control and free wifi.
Dining at the resort ranges from a casual poolside lunch at The Sand Dollar to delicious seafood and steak dinners at Seven. Lighter fare, mojitos and local brews are served at The Deck, overlooking Grace Bay. Guests can even arrange for private chef services in their suites.
Additional amenities include a resort-owned catamaran offering daily excursions, a spa, and a 24-hour fitness center. A casino and golf course are just minutes away.
How to get to Seven Stars Resort
Fly into Providenciales International Airport, Turks & Caicos (PLS). The resort is on Grace Bay, about 15 minutes from the airport.