This Turks And Caicos Resort Has Been Named #1 Resort In The Caribbean
Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of Carib Journal

Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of Carib Journal

This Turks And Caicos Resort Has Been Named #1 Resort In The Caribbean

Turks and Caicos , luxury experience , Resorts
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Jul 18, 2019

Travel + Leisure magazine recently released their annual World’s Best Awards, and a Turks and Caicos resort came in first place in the category of Top 25 Resort Hotels In The Caribbean.

The Shore Club Turks and Caicos opened two years ago and is the first (and only) resort on Long Bay Beach in Providenciales.

When they opened, they were highly praised by their guests, media, travelers, and industry insiders.

The resort encompasses 106 ocean-view suites with private verandas, four villas, four pools, 820 feet of a beachfront and a spa and wellness center amongst other things.

You can enjoy Japanese-Peruvian cuisine while laying out on the world’s best beach.

The rating of World’s Best is determined by Travel + Leisure readers sharing their favorite cities, hotels, resorts, and experiences.

To be named on the World’s Best list is a huge accomplishment in the hotel industry.

Stan Hartling, hotel owner and CEO of The Hartling Group says, “We’ve been thrilled with the positive response to The Shore Club since opening in 2017, and the honor of being named as ‘best’ in the Caribbean is truly the cherry on top.”

Hartling also went on to say, “What sets The Shore Club apart is the active and vibrant energy that is felt immediately when arriving at the resort, and we thank our team and staff for bringing the island flair to each and every personalized stay.”

In addition to its recent ratings, The SHore Club came in at #30 in the Top 100 Hotels In The World.

This is the first time in a while that a Turks and Caicos resort has received top accolades.

You can view Travel + Leisures entire 2019 World’s Best list here.

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