Turks and Caicos   

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory consisting of two groups of tropical islands in the West Indies, the larger Caicos Islands and the smaller Turks Islands, known for tourism and as an offshore financial centre.  

The Turks and Caicos Islands lie southeast of Mayaguana in the Bahamas. Cockburn Town, the capital, is on Grand Turk Island. This tiny Caribbean paradise is mainly known for its superb diving and excellent whale watching opportunities. This is the perfect place to sit back and relax. 

Things to do in Turks and Caicos 


   Our Top Three Hotels

Gansevoort Turks

Windsong Resort

The Tuscany







Step into the Gansevoort where you’ll find a sleek boutique hotel unlike any other in Turks + Caicos. Caribbean cool meets urban chic in our completely modern beachfront retreat on Grace Bay, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Just as our flagship hotel in New York redefined the "hip hotel" concept, our resort in Turks + Caicos offers a similar experience but with a sensual island vibe. Savor soothing ocean views from any of our 91 guestrooms, including 32 suites and 4 penthouses.  

Windsong is a refreshing boutique resort on Providenciales featuring fifty exquisite luxury Caribbean condominiums situated on 435 feet of prime beach frontage on Grace Bay. Among the best designed Grace Bay resorts, Windsong’s gracious entries welcome you to architecturally distinctive island view rooms and studios, as well as one, two, three and four bedroom oceanfront Turks and Caicos accommodations -- most with spectacular oceanfront views and oversized window walls that pocket open on two sides to dramatically expand indoor living space. 

Our guests may rave about the panoramic views of our 2000 square foot oceanfront suites and the luxury of our boutique Turks and Caicos resort, but what really sets us apart from other Turks and Caicos hotels is our hospitality. What is pampering without a genuine smile? Come stay at the Tuscany on Grace Bay and experience island life. Eat conch and sunbath on the soft, white sand. Check out the world's third largest barrier reef and go fly fishing for bonefish in the warm, turquoise waters. Become a part of the Tuscany family.