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Turks & Caicos HotelsA collection of islands reclining in the warm crystal waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Turks and Caicos exists suitably off the radar somewhere southeast of Florida. Home to endless unspoiled beaches, Caribbean charm, and a good measure of modern convenience, the islands provide all the trappings of sheer paradise. From snorkeling amongst the world’s third largest barrier reef, to shopping glossy boutiques, or surrendering to endless spa-style pampering. The glorious climate, subdued pace and tranquil surroundings puts Turks & Caicos up there with the best of them.Things to seeWith its sparkling turquoise water and the whitest of sand, it’s no wonder that Grace Bay Beach has topped many a ‘best beach’ list. The pristine stretch is a favorite for snorkelers and swimmers, whilst those that simply like to bask in the sunshine will find their bliss too. If nothing helps you unwind like a spot of retail therapy however, The Regent Village Shopping Mall provides a tropical-meets-lux experience. The palm lined plaza is home to over 30 shops and restaurants, where you’ll find everything from international cuisine amidst al fresco surroundings, to duty-free fashion and jewelry. If you find yourself wanting to reconnect with nature, Northwest Point National Park is home to 2 protected wildlife habitats. Draped in unspoiled coastal scenery, here endless bird watching opportunities await – eagle eyed enthusiasts will be able to spot everything from majestic ospreys to dandy flamingos.Hotels in Turks & CaicosThere’s a fabulous choice of hotels in Turks and Caicos, all offering unrelenting indulgence for R&R seekers. From full-service luxury lodgings to ritzy rental abodes, much of the accommodation sits right on the beachfront. Amidst tropical gardens, outdoor pools, and decadent cabanas, the luxury hotels in Turks and Caicos provide every amenity under the sun. Expect health spas, state of the art fitness centers, and tennis courts. Rooms come in chic condominium style and boast a trove of mod-cons and creature comforts. Common features include large plasma televisions, iPod docks, kitchenettes, and verandas graced with glittering sea views.Where to stayWith a large collection of idyllic islands, narrowing your search down to just one portion of paradise is easier said than done. Many visitors however opt for a hotel in Turks and Caicos’ most developed island, Providenciales. Grace Bay is the most popular area, home to the famous beach and a glamorous portfolio of upmarket accommodation options. With pretty boutiques, trendy restaurants, numerous spas, and a championship golf course, there’s something to satisfy every jet setter. Just minutes away, Northwest Point makes a slightly quieter and more affordable alternative. Wherever you stay however, ferry services make island hopping a breeze.How to get to Turks & CaicosSituated on the island of the same name, Providenciales International Airport is the gateway of choice for many visitors to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Along with connections between the islands themselves, the airport serves a handful of US and Canadian cities, as well as London’s Heathrow. It’s worth noting that to travel to any of the islands by plane, you’ll have to clear immigration at Providenciales International first. Another popular way to get here is by boat. Many cruise liners arrive in Grand Turk, whilst personal vessels can dock at Providenciales with prior arrangement.