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Turks & Caicos Club Endorsed as a “Recommended Property 2010” by Condé Nast Johansens Luxury Hotel Guides
The international luxury hotel guide publisher has again endorsed Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommended Property” in Recommended Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas - The Americas, Atlantic, Caribbean & Pacific 2010.

The Condé Nast Johansens Guides are published for discerning travelers who seek top-quality facilities and services. They are the most comprehensive illustrated reference guides to independently owned hotels, inns, resorts, spas and conference facilities throughout the Americas, Great Britain and Europe, and the only guide books to carry the prestigious and widely-recognized Condé Nast seal of approval.

“We are excited to include the Turks & Caicos Club in our 2010portfolio,” said Lesley O’Malley-Keyes, Condé Nast Johansens Vice President and Publishing Director for the Americas. “Our inspectors visit numerous high-end properties and select only those that meet the rigorous criteria of the Guides.”

Recommendations are selected for their individual charm, character and superior service, and only properties that meet the exacting requirements are included in the Guide. Condé Nast Johansens inspects each recommendation annually to ensure that it maintains high standards, and awards each included property the “Condé Nast Johansens Mark of Excellence” wall plaque as a sign of approval. The plaque is a guarantee of exceptional accommodations and serves as a valued endorsement for more than 13 million of the world’s most discerning travelers..

Turks & Caicos Club Endorsed as a “Recommended Property 2009” by Condé Nast Johansens Luxury Hotel Guides
The international luxury hotel guide publisher has again endorsed Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommended Property” in Recommended Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas - The Americas, Atlantic, Caribbean & Pacific 2009.

The Condé Nast Johansens Guides are published for discerning travelers who seek top-quality facilities and services. They are the most comprehensive illustrated reference guides to independently owned hotels, inns, resorts, spas and conference facilities throughout the Americas, Great Britain and Europe, and the only guide books to carry the prestigious and widely-recognized Condé Nast seal of approval.

“We are excited to include the Turks & Caicos Club in our 2009 portfolio,” said Lesley O’Malley-Keyes, Condé Nast Johansens Vice President and Publishing Director for the Americas. “Our inspectors visit numerous high-end properties and select only those that meet the rigorous criteria of the Guides.”

Recommendations are selected for their individual charm, character and superior service, and only properties that meet the exacting requirements are included in the Guide. Condé Nast Johansens inspects each recommendation annually to ensure that it maintains high standards, and awards each included property the “Condé Nast Johansens Mark of Excellence” wall plaque as a sign of approval. The plaque is a guarantee of exceptional accommodations and serves as a valued endorsement for more than 13 million of the world’s most discerning travelers..

Simba Restaurant & Bar Places 3rd in 2009 Conch Festival
Congratulations to Chef Goat of our own Simba Restaurant & Bar for his Best Specialty Conch 3rd Place finish. Over 23 restaurants competed in the festival held on November 28, 2009 in Blue Hills, Providenciales. Portions of the proceeds from this year’s event are going to help rebuild the conch fishing industry in historic South Caicos, which was damaged during the recent Hurricanes Hanna and Ike.

Turks & Caicos Club joins SPLENDIA Portfolio of Distinct Hotels (2009/2010)
A unique selection of luxury and character hotels, Splendia strives to exceed seasoned traveler’s expectations in booking memorable and incomparable hotels, Splendia facilitates ideal matches between jet-setters and destination and assures guests an unparalleled label complementing the simple and secure booking process. Splendia’s team of luxury travel connoisseurs meticulously selects and inspects each hotel, ensuring it meets impeccable standards before joining the Splendia portfolio.

Turks & Caicos Club Joins Five Star Alliance’s World’s Best Hotels
We are proud to announce the Turks & Caicos Club as a new Partner of the prestigious Five Star Alliance exclusive collection of “World’s Best Hotels.”

Awards for Excellence- Most Excellent Small Hotel (Atlantic, Caribbean & Pacific)
Condé Nast Johansens, the international luxury travel guide from the “most trusted name in travel,” Condé Nast Publications Ltd., has selected the Turks & Caicos Club for a nomination for the 2008 Awards for Excellence.

“We are so honored to be selected from 326 extraordinary properties. We know that Condé Nast Johansens has rigorous standards and only recommends properties that meet their exemplary standards,” says a hotel spokesperson. “We are proud to be nominated amongst the best of the best.”

The nominees have been selected from the Recommended Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas – The Americas, Atlantic, Caribbean, Pacific by the Condé Nast Johansens team of inspectors, readers, and hotel guests during 2007. Guests made their suggestions online at www.johansens.com or by completing one of the Award for Excellence cards available at all Condé Nast Johansens Recommended accommodations.

Condé Nast Johansens Luxury Hotel Guides Selects Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommended Property 2008”
SAN FRANCISCO November 2007 -- Condé Nast Johansens, the international luxury hotel guide publisher, today endorsed Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommended Property” in Recommended Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas - The Americas, Atlantic, Caribbean & Pacific 2008.

The Condé Nast Johansens Guides are published for discerning travelers who seek top-quality facilities and services. They are the most comprehensive illustrated reference guides to independently owned hotels, inns, resorts, spas and conference facilities throughout the Americas, Great Britain and Europe, and the only guide books to carry the prestigious and widely-recognized Condé Nast seal of approval.

“We are excited to include the Turks & Caicos Club in our 2008 portfolio,” said Lesley O’Malley-Keyes, Condé Nast Johansens Vice President and Publishing Director for the Americas. “Our inspectors visit numerous high-end properties and select only those that meet the rigorous criteria of the Guides.”

Recommendations are selected for their individual charm, character and superior service, and only properties that meet the exacting requirements are included in the Guide. Condé Nast Johansens inspects each recommendation annually to ensure that it maintains high standards, and awards each included property the “Condé Nast Johansens Mark of Excellence” wall plaque as a sign of approval. The plaque is a guarantee of exceptional accommodations and serves as a valued endorsement for more than 13 million of the world’s most discerning travelers.

The 2008 Americas Guide, will include approximately 325 recommendations laid out in a new easy-to-use format that greatly simplifies the independent traveler’s task of selecting and booking accommodations by providing maps and detailed information about facilities, locations, rates and contact information. Additionally, the company web site, www.johansens.com, provides an extensive searchable database of Recommended properties, along with exclusive special offers and seasonal discounts.

Consumers can purchase Condé Nast Johansens Guides at leading bookstores and via the online bookstore at www.johansens.com. Condé Nast Johansens promotes its Guides with an extensive media advertising program in such publications as Condé Nast Traveler, Gourmet and Architectural Digest.

About Condé Nast Johansens
Condé Nast Johansens is owned by Condé Nast Publications, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advance Publications and Condé Nast International, which publishes 72 magazines around the world including Vogue, Condé Nast Traveler, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, The New Yorker, GQ,, Tatler, Vanity Fair, Brides, Glamour and Wired.

TCSPCA 2008 Calendars Now Available!
The Turks & Caicos Club is a proud sponsor of the Turks & Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 2008 Calendar. Calendars are available (for pick-up only) at the Turks & Caicos Club for a donation of $20 to the TCSPCA. For more information on organizations that rescue animals in the Turks and Caicos Islands and how you can help, please visit the T.C.S.P.C.A. at www.tcspca.tc. Potcake Place: www.potcakeplace.com ; The Potcake Foundation: www.potcakefoundation.com

2007 -
Turks & Caicos Club Nominated for World Travel Award
It is with great pleasure that we announce that the Turks & Caicos Club has again been nominated for Turks and Caicos' Leading Boutique Hotel at the 2007 World Travel Awards - hailed by Wall Street Journal as the "Travel industry's equivalent to the Oscar's." The results of the 14th annual World Travel Awards be announced at the gala ceremony on the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands on December 11, 2007.

October 2006
Hotel Chatter
Work the Camera at the Turks and Caicos Club
All too often we find skimpy hotel packages that leave us wondering, why bother? That's why we're always happy to report when a hotel puts together a package that actually includes substantial perks.

The Turks and Caicos Club has such a package with their Pictures in Paradise deal for 4 days and 3 nights at $1,825 which includes:

  • One bedroom oceanfront suite on Grace Bay Beach
  • Chilled champagne and fruit upon arrival
  • Personalized 1-hour photo session on the white sand beach and turquoise waters of the Turks and Caicos Club
  • A night of gourmet candle-lit dining at Simba Restaurant
  • Unlimited snorkeling, Hobie Cat, sea kayaking and wind surfing
  • Round trip airport transfers

If you couldn't tell the personalized photo session is the heart and soul of this package, appropriately called Pictures in Paradise. It's perfect for newly engaged folk or even honeymooners so don't foret to pack your matching outfits.

Condé Nast Johansens Luxury Hotel Guides Endorse Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommended Property” for 2007

Turks and Caicos ClubSAN FRANCISCO October 2006 -- Condé Nast Johansens, the international luxury hotel guide publisher, today endorsed Turks & Caicos Club as a “Recommend Property” in Recommended Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas - The Americas, Atlantic, Caribbean, Pacific 2007.

The Condé Nast Johansens Guides are published for discerning travelers who seek top-quality facilities and services. They are the most comprehensive illustrated reference guides to independently owned hotels, inns, resorts, spas and conference facilities throughout the Americas, Great Britain and Europe, and the only guide books to carry the prestigious and widely-recognized Condé Nast seal of approval.

“We are excited to continue to include Turks & Caicos Club in our 2007 portfolio,” said Lesley O’Malley-Keyes, Condé Nast Johansens Vice President and Publishing Director for the Americas. “Our inspectors visit numerous high-end properties and select only those that meet the rigorous criteria of the Guides. Turks & Caicos Club is an exemplary illustration.”

Recommendations are selected for their individual charm, character and superior service, and only properties that meet the exacting requirements are included in the Guide. Condé Nast Johansens inspects each recommendation annually to ensure that it maintains high standards, and awards each included property the “Condé Nast Johansens Mark of Excellence” wall plaque as a sign of approval. The plaque is a guarantee of exceptional accommodations and serves as a valued endorsement for more than 13 million of the world’s most discerning travelers.

"This is a tremendous honor for the Turks & Caicos Club to be recognized again for 2007. It is an attribute to our wonderful staff and to their efforts to accommodate all of our guest needs, no matter how big or small," said a Turks & Caicos Club spokesperson. "Our location on the "World’s Leading Beach" bestowed at the 2006 World Travel Awards, and being Provo’s most intimate luxury “hotel” resort, this “seal of approval by Condé Nast Johansens” shows our guests was a special place the Turks & Caicos Club is."

The 2007 Americas Guide, which includes 310 recommendations, is laid out in an easy-to-use format that greatly simplifies the independent traveler’s task of selecting and booking accommodations by providing maps and detailed information about facilities, locations, rates and contact information. Additionally, the company web site, <http://www.johansens.com/>www.johansens.com, provides an extensive searchable database of recommended properties, along with exclusive special offers and seasonal discounts.

Consumers can purchase Condé Nast Johansens Guides at leading bookstores, by calling Condé Nast Johansens at 1-800-564-7518 or via the online bookstore at www.johansens.com. Condé Nast Johansens promotes its Guides with an extensive media advertising program in such publications as Condé Nast Traveler, Gourmet, The New York Times Magazine, Sophisticated Traveler and Architectural Digest.

Turks & Caicos Club Receives Connoisseur’s Choice 2007
Designation from Resorts & Great Hotels
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos -- The world-renowned travel publication Resorts & Great Hotels has designated Turks & Caicos Club a “Connoisseur’s Choice” for the year 2007.

Since 1987, the glossy pages of Resorts & Great Hotels – The Connoisseur’s Guide to the World’s Best – have featured an elite mix of the finest hotels and resorts worldwide. Since 1997, the distinctive properties also appear on the annual publication’s Web site, www.ResortGreatHotels.com. The RGH annual singles out each “Connoisseur’s Choice” property for recognition of that hotel’s exceptional commitment to quality, service, and the overall guest experience.

Turks & Caicos Club shares the “Connoisseur’s Choice” designation in 2007 with such legendary properties as Grace Bay Club among other extraordinary establishments.

“The 2007 edition of Resorts & Great Hotels represents an amazing array of luxury hotels and resorts from nearly every corner of the globe,” said Publisher Ron Gebhardt. “It is with great pride and pleasure that we showcase Turks & Caicos Club in recognition of its ultimate commitment to hospitality.”

“We are honored to be associated with such a prestigious group of hotels and resorts,” said the manager of Turks & Caicos Club “Our goal is to provide the highest quality service and amenities for our guests. This recognition by Resorts & Great Hotels strongly affirms our pride in this commitment.”

Nominee -
"Leading Boutique Hotel"- Turks and Caicos - 13th Annual World Travel Awards 2006
Turks and Caicos Club is nominated by World Travel Awards 2006 for the Turks and Caicos Leading Boutique Hotel. The other contenders for this prestigious award include Parrot Cay and Point Grace.

May 2006
Caribbean Travel & Life
"Get Your Provo Workin’"
Nothing says hubba-hubba like jetting down to Provo for a romantic romp on Grace Bay Beach. The intimate water’s-edge Turks & Caicos Club makes the ideal setting for a dreamy four-night getaway, complete with champagne in your oceanfront suite, a 30-minute in-room couples’ massage, a poolside candlelit dinner at Simba and daily breakfast. Slip away on a half-day snorkeling excursion to Iguana island or sail on a wine-and-cheese sunset cruise. Package: Romantic Escape by the Sea: $2,395 Available: June 1 to October 31. Contact: 649-946-5800; info@turksandcaicosclub.com

May 2005
Robb Report - For the Luxury Lifestyle (Excerpt from Summer Travel - Turks and Caicos Islands)

Providenciales Island's Grace Bay Beach boasts a 12-mile stretch of white-powder sand that is home to first-class resorts and condominium properties. Among them is the Turks & Caicos Club, a five-star hotel offering 21 suites. Its intimacy, beauty, and primo location make it a magnet for honeymooners, professional photographers, and diving enthusiasts. "We call our package Dive into Luxury because it combines personalized world-class diving," said a hotel spokesperson. A four night stay in a one-bedroom oceanfront suite includes three days of two-tank diving, complimentary massages and dinner at Simba, the resort's Caribbean restaurant.

April 2005
Caribbean Travel & Life "Editor's Find" Provo-Turks & Caicos Club

Entering through the Club's iron gates sets the tone: This is an exclusive, luxurious retreat. Winding gardens of bougainvillea, heliconia and hibiscus lead to the pool, restaurant and two Colonial-style buildings that house 21 one- and two-bedroom suites, each boasting a gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances, cobalt tile counters and a bar. Living and dining rooms have a safari flair, dressed in beige and brown tropical prints with rattan, wicker and bamboo furniture; these provide a warm contrast to the cool turquoise sea seen through the French doors that open onto an expansive balcony. In the bedrooms, mosquito netting drapes dark mahogany four-posters--but it's just for effect, as the suites are fully air-conditioned. Simba, the on-property restaurant, specializes in Caribbean delicacies with a French base. A tiki bar overlooks the pool, and a short stroll down the Club's boardwalk brings guests to the sugary white sands of Providenciales' famed Grace Bay. Rates start at $445 in low season ($645 high.) Reservations: 888-4TC-CLUB; www.turksandcaicosclub.com - Debbie Snow

November 2004
Robb Report - For the Luxury Lifestyle
(Excerpt from Winter Travel -Turks and Caicos Islands)

The Turks & Caicos Islands are one of the fastest growing offshore destinations for sophisticated travelers and investors. It's no wonder: English is the official language; the US dollar is the accepted currency; stability comes with compliments of the British government; and the destination is 90 minutes from Miami. With a symphony of palm trees and chorus of crashing waves against magnificent reefs, these islands possess a natural beauty matched only by the warmth of its people.

"The biggest problem you have is trying to get powder-white sand off your skin," said a spokesperson at the Turks & Caicos Club, the newest five-star hotel in Providenciales. A quaint colonial enclave with a subtle African theme, the resort's 21 suites overlook 12 miles of Grace Bay Beach. One of the world's most romantic resorts at sea, it is a magnet for honeymooner. Intimacy, distinguished luxury, and personalized attention are its hallmarks.

July 2004
Sport Diver

NEW 21-Suite Resort
Combining upscale luxury with tranquil island charm, the new Turks & Caicos Club on Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales has become one of the island's most popular hotels for active couples looking for grand accommodations while enjoying Turks and Caicos' world-class diving.

The private, gated resort overlooks the stunning turquoise waters of Grace Bay. Each of its 21 oceanfront and ocean-view one- and two-bedroom suites features fully equipped kitchens with stainless-steel KitchenAid appliances, washer and dryer, central air and Internet access.

Large private porches and balconies offer a haven for guests seeking relaxing seclusion or an intimate setting for entertaining. Or visit Simba, the resort's full-service restaurant featuring indigenous island cuisine prepared with a gourmet touch.

Turks & Caicos Club also sports a deluxe freshwater pool with refreshing cold-towel service, and complimentary Hobie Cats, windsurfers, sea kayaks, bicycles and snorkeling equipment are available. The resort can coordinate diving packages for guests at their request. For more information, call 649-946-5800 or visit www.turksandcaicosclub.com

© 2004 World Publications, LLC

October 27, 2003
The New Yorker
Your Connection to What's Next in Travel - Travel Weekly

OF NOTE:
Combining upscale luxury with tranquil island charm, the Turks & Caicos Club on Grace Bay Beach is the newest five star resort on the island of Providenciales. This private and gate 21-suite resort overlooks the stunning waters of Grace Bay, whose beaches are ranked the best in the world by Conde Nast Traveler magazine. Each of its oceanfront and ocean view one- and two-bedroom suites features romantic four poster beds, custom rattan furnishings, large private proches and fully equipped gourmet kitchens.

The resort, located next to the island's best snorkeling reef, offers a variety of acitivies designed to provide the ultimate island retreat with an extraordinary blend of relaxation and exploration opportunities. The resort sports a deluxe freshwater pool, fitness room and offers complimentary Hobie-cat, windsurfers, sea kayaks, bicycles and snorkeling equipment. "Simba," the resort's own gourmet restaurant, features French & Asian cuisine with a Caribbean flair.

There are sveral direct flights to the island of Providenciales from the US, Canada and Europe, in addition to connecting flights through the U.S., Canada, the Bahamas, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic.


Southern Boating - Summer 2003
Cruising the Turks & Caicos

"Another brand new, small, 20-unit resort operation, the Turks and Caicos Club, boasts an outstanding chef at its Simba Restaurant. His presentation of dishes such as Tiger Shrimp rival what you might expect from Great Chefs of the Caribbean."


July/August 2003
Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle Magazine

"At the Turks and Caicos Club, the lush and luxurious atmosphere invites passion while the hotel's gourmet restaurant, Simba, further titillates the senses with a creative menu and an unusual presentation."


February 2003
50 Romantic Retreats
Travel + Leisure Magazine

It's easy to pretend that the 21-suite, gated, Caribbean colonial estate on the powder-soft beach of Grace Bay is yours alone: it's so discreetly managed that you'll rarely see another guest, especially on its wide stretch of oceanfront. To avoid an unexpected encounter altogether, retreat to your kitsched-up room with its safari-themed prints, rattan chairs, and waterfront porch. But don't spend all day indoors. The concierge can arrange a full-day whale watching trip, then reserve a table at Simba, where fresh-caught fish is presented by the beach.


January 2003
Word of Mouth
Conde Nast Traveler

The gated Turks & Caicos Club. Fronting the sugar-white beach of Grace Bay, in Providenciales, the new Turks and Caicos Club, which opened in December, consists of 21 suites with colonial-style decor - think rattan furnishing and mosquito-netted four posters.

Spring 2003
Titles Don't Count
Story & Photos by Kathy Borsuk
Times of the Islands

Whether you approach from the beach or via the road, the Turks & Caicos Club seems to magically appear like a beautiful mirage. Its striking combination of white-trimmed, ivory buildings and red clay-tiled roofs stands in brilliant contrast to the deep blue sky, turquoise sea and verdant landscaping surrounding it.

But don't worry. You don't have to be a member to enjoy the pleasures of this club. Just opened in December 2002, the 21 room luxury hotel combines the intimacy conjured by the term "club" with a comfortable, "unstuffy" atmosphere and warm hospitality that makes it an ideal place to enjoy a Caribbean holiday.

The Turks & Caicos Club occupies a peaceful, two acre site on the western end of Providenciales' north shore, nestled in a primarily residential area, with one of the island's best snorkeling reefs just steps away. As a result, the footprints of Club guests are usually the only ones on the wide stretch of beach lining the property and the ocean waves beckon to them alone. Security fencing around the site and imposing concrete and wrought iron gating at the property's entrance serve as further assurance that guests won't be disturbed.

One and two bedroom suites occupy two buildings; one fronts the beach and a smaller building offers ocean and pool/garden views. Architecture recalls a Caribbean Colonial style, with charming accents of gingerbread trim, latticework, bannistered balconies, large window shutters and wrought iron lamps. Especially prominent are the spacious private verandas and balconies adjoining each suite, the perfect place on which to relax and savor the sea breezes and marvelous ocean views. Notably, the Turks & Caicos Club was designed by Anthony Walkin, who runs Conservative Architects Ltd., and is the first Belonger-designed hotel project on Grace Bay.

When it's time to explore, guests need only follow a boardwalk over the sand dunes and past a forest of waving sea grasses to access 12 miles of beach and the Princess Alexandra Marine Park. The hotel provides a number of complimentary watersports, including HobieCats, windsurfers, sea kayaks and snorkeling equipment for the guests' use. When it's time to relax, comfortable lounging chairs can be found on the beach or around the pedal-shaped freshwater pool privately located in the heart of the Club complex. The surrounding terrace includes a covered gazebo, where a stack of fluffy beach towels stand at the ready. Drinks and snacks are available throughout the day from the adjoining Simba Bar and Restaurant. (See below.)

The Club's spotless rooms are elegantly designed in calming shades of beige and complement the Colonial architecture with extensive use of maple, rattan, bamboo and woven fabrics and accents in a safari theme. With one bedroom suites sized at 1,150 to 1,200 sq. ft. and two bedrooms at 1,377 to 1,582 sq. ft., there's plenty of room to spread out. All are fully air conditioned with ceiling fans and include cable TV and available VCR/DVD players, writing desks and direct dial telephones with Internet access. In a romantic gesture, four-poster king beds are surrounded by wisps of mosquito netting and bedrooms are set back in a raised alcove behind the living area. Kitchens are strictly modern with deep blue tiled counters contrasting dramatically with sleek, black, state-of-the-art appliances. A separate alcove encloses a circular dining table, although many guests prefer to dine al fresco on their patio. Full sized bathrooms include shower and bath with luxurious bath amenities. Each unit includes a small washer/dryer. Maid service is provided twice daily.

In striving for a five star rating, the Turks & Caicos Club has put all the amenities in place to pamper guests in style. Besides the gourmet restaurant and bar on premises and room service is available. There is a fully equipped fitness center and bicycles for guests' use and a masseuse is on-call for in-suite spa services. From the reception building, a concierge helps arrange for scuba diving, sailing, touring and other excursions and can assist with dining reservations, car rental and even baby-sitting. The resort is especially proud of their transportation service, with airport transfers and trips around the island provided by Bradley Dean, about whom visitors say, "This is the first place where I've seen guests hug their taxi driver."

Above all, the resort has put a premium on ensuring that the staff provide the best in service and hospitality. Importance is placed on finding and hiring qualified Belongers.

And so far, initial guest reaction has been positive. The resort has had a number of high-powered guests who find it extremely relaxing. Besides the obvious attractions of sun, sand and sea, the Turks & Caicos Club provides a luxurious atmosphere that's not stuffy. It's not the kind of place where you need to dress up to come down to the pool and no one cares what your title is. Actions speak louder than words: already a number of guests have made their reservations to return next year.


FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit the Turks and Caicos Tourism Board Web site at www.turksandcaicostourism.com

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