This hotel is the first on Long Bay Beach, a more private alternative to popular Grace Bay. Come for a romantic escape (the ocean-inspired scheme is glamorous, not kitschy) or a group vacation (the 6,239-square-foot penthouse has a huge terrace and hot tub). From $925.
The southern shores of this archipelago, a British territory, are protected by the third-largest barrier reef in the world and a 6,000-foot natural underwater wall, both of which make for a vibrant ecosystem. You’ll see rays, reef and nurse sharks, barracuda, and all sorts of colorful fish.
As we head into the New Year, travelers are going to be looking for new places to stay. From the end of 2016 to the start of 2017, a variety of properties are opening and renovating across the globe that will offer travelers the newest experiences in travel.
The $100 million Shore Club Turks and Caicos Resort, opening in January 2017, will feature 106 ocean view suites and six luxury villas spanning over 820 feet of beachfront on Long Bay.