Club Med Turkoise Goes From Three-Star to Four-Star Resort

Photo courtesy of Club Med Turkoise

Club Med announced Wednesday afternoon the transition of its Club Med Turkoise in resort in Turks and Caicos from a “3 Trident” resort to a “4 Trident” resort starting May 1.

By earning its fourth Trident – the company’s unique spin on the standard star rating system – Club Med Turkoise celebrates the enhancement of its guest experience.

The transition from a three-star rating to a four-star rating is a result of the resort’s recently unveiled renovations to the entire property combined with additional service enhancements planned for this summer. 

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Guests checking into Club Med Turkoise can expect the following:

New Rooms

There are 80 all-new Deluxe-level rooms with added balconies. Guests can now enjoy brand new room design with direct access to beach views and the Caribbean breeze. Additionally, Club rooms offer a refreshed, Caribbean vibe and new bedding.

New Pool Design

The newly redesigned infinity-edge pool offers a modern take to an old classic complete with an ocean background view. Better yet, guests no longer have to leave the comfort of their reclining seats for a drink with the convenience of new poolside service starting this summer.

New Main Bar

The new Blue Coral was created as part of the resort’s enhanced food and beverage options to offer all-day poolside refreshments, pre-dinner cocktails and drinks, and after-hour festivities.

Refreshed Signature Restaurant

Grace Bay Restaurant, the resort’s main restaurant, underwent a refresh to offer a more chic vibe and to create a new wrap-around terrace for unobstructed views of the surrounding waters. 

Renovated Gym

The redesigned cardio room and fitness center has doubled in size and plays host to an array of fitness classes.

New Wellness Area

Waterfront palapas offering wellness spa treatments and massages have been set up directly on the beach to the sound of the rolling waves.

Refreshed Entertainment Space

The main theater at the resort was enhanced for an updated look with new large-scale LED screens.

Technology Update

Guests at Club Med Turkoise will receive digital bracelets that allow easy, one-touch access to their rooms and can be used to secure spa bookings and excursions.


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