The Palms Turks & Caicos Unveils Extended-Stay Package

Turks and Caicos Islands, Providenciales , Grace Bay. August 31, 2020

After recently reopening their borders on July 22, visitors of Turks and Caicos have been enjoying the usual low-density, high level service and amenities that the island is famous for. Announcing an opportunity to "stay on island time" longer, The Palms has unveiled the most unique rates under the sun for either a 14, 21 or 30-day stay. Guests can expect daily beach service attendendance, access to the resort's four pools, entry to high-end retail shops available upon request, and a 25,000 sq. ft award-winning spa, open for reservations.

Available on request (additional fees apply) -- have your groceries stock prior to arrival, hire a private chef or butler, book private classes such as tennis or yoga, and let The Palms take care of the laundry. Guests staying at The Palms can enjoy the food and beverage venues at the property's sister resort, The Shore Club on Long Bay Beach, boasting three unique dining venues including SUI-REN, Japanese Peruvian cuisine. The award-winning Shore Club opened in 2018 and was named Travel+Leisure's Top Resort in the Caribbean in 2019.

About The Palms: Located on Grace Bay Beach, The Palms Turks and Caicos is the epitome of timeless sophistication in the Caribbean. With colonially inspired design, The Palms transports guests to a classic island experience with 72 oceanfront suites featuring panoramic views, luxurious and spacious accommodations and highly personalized service. Link to images.

Extended Stay Package: Rates starting at $420/night for a one-bedroom suite. Book now between September 30, 2020 and stay from now through November 15, 2020. *Resort services including the kids club, food & beverage is temporarily not available at this time. Normal resort operations will resume on October 15.


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