The new owners of the Seven Stars Resort in Turks and Caicos will close the property in September to upgrade services.
The resort is scheduled to re-open in October to coincide with the start of the peak season.
Seven Stars was bought last week by SS Investor Group, a consortium of 50 condominium owners led by Eoin O’Sullivan, who is also the new managing director, and was former the General Manager of Beaches Resort. O’Sullivan said Seven Stars would be brought to “five-star luxury”.
The 120-unit property opened in May 2008 on Grace Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales.
“Seven Stars is located at the centre of the white sand of twelve-mile Grace Bay Beach, in my opinion the best beach frontage in the Caribbean. We have a quality product and offer a variety of accommodations, which will be further enhanced with innovative product improvements and services,” said O’Sullivan, Managing Director of EOS and Seven Stars. “With the support of the resort’s superb staff, it is our intention to bring the resort to five-star luxury within the next few months.”
Accommodations at Seven Stars range from studios to four-bedroom penthouse suites. Almost all of the units are available as rentals.
Facilities include two restaurants, a spa/fitness centre, water sports and tennis. Nearby activities include golf, diving, day sails and bonefishing.
The resort takes its name from the seven stars of the Pleiades constellation. According to Greek mythology, the stars represent the seven daughters of the god Atlas and the goddess Pleione.