Seven Stars Resort & Spa Unveils New Room Category for Families, Groups

Seven Stars Resort & Spa's new two- bedroom garden view suite. 

Seven Stars Resort & Spa is ready to welcome families and group travelers to Turks and Caicos with its new two- bedroom garden view suite. 

The 740-square-foot suite overlooks the resort's manicured gardens with a king bed, two twin beds, a kitchen, two bathrooms and a balcony.

Every suite is equipped with granite kitchen counters and marble bathroom floors with a shower and soaker tub, along with a 32-inch flat screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Seven Stars is said to be home to Turks and Caicos’ only heated salt-water pool and offers guests private pool deck cabanas for lounging, beach butler service, on-site spa and wellness services and award-winning top gourmet dining options.

Seven Stars Resort & Spa is located along one of the top beaches in the Caribbean, Grace Bay Beach, and is framed by white sands and crystal blue waters. The property offers personalized service and unmatched luxury to create long lasting memories guests can’t wait to experience again.

Rates for the new two-bedroom garden view suites start at $756 plus tax.

The addition of the new suite category is just the latest step in gearing Seven Stars toward the Millennial market. Last year, the popular resort made an effort to aggressively expand its spa and enhance its health-inspired culinary and fitness offerings.

The resort now invites guests to relax at the recently upgraded spa, visit one of several new fitness offerings or check out some of the new restaurant menus  available at the property. Guests now have access to a multi-station manicure and pedicure suite, refreshed relaxation area and an expanded retail space offering a range of products. A new "Custom Package" also provides an opportunity to create an individualized program of services and treatments. 

Seven Stars Resort & Spa has a 24-hour fitness center, tennis courts and beachside yoga classes. Complimentary watersports including paddleboards, kayaks, and snorkel equipment are also available. 

For dining, restaurants include Seven and The Deck, offering menus with a focus on freshly prepared seafood, steak and salads. It is also possible to arrange for a private meal to be prepared, in-suite, by the resort's personal chef.  

Visit www.sevenstarsgracebay.com

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