Luxurious residences and intuitive service will be the hallmarks of Seven Stars, an 81-suite resort under development on the island of Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos Islands.The $100 million resort, a project of Sodalco Development Company, Ltd., will open for the winter 2007/2008 season.
Named for the seven stars in The Pleiades constellation, the 22 acre property is at a stellar location and has one of the longest stretches of resort beachfront on twelve-mile Grace Bay, considered one of the world’s best beaches. Three buildings with accommodations will be set amidst courtyards, fountains and gardens.
With a blend of sophisticated international influences, interiors of the one- two- and three-bedroom suites have wraparound terraces, most with uninterrupted sea views, gourmet kitchens and expansive living areas with marble floors. .Furnishings and materials are of the highest quality. Resort features include Bice restaurant of New York and Milan, a vast swimming pool, watersports center, spa/fitness center, clubhouse, lounge and business center with laptops for personal use. Seven Stars’ continuous attentive, unobtrusive service-which will pervade every element of the hotel-is expected to be one of its most distinguishing features..
Nearby is superb scuba diving, fishing, snorkeling and facilities for day sails. Golf is a few minutes away at the Provo Country Club with its Karl Litton-designed 18-hole Championship course. A shuttle service will transport guests to and from the Club..
For further information, visit the web site, www.sevenstarsresorts.com.
The Turks and Caicos islands won World’s Best Beach at this year’s World Travel Awards.