Marriott’s Ritz-Carlton Brand Gets Big Caribbean Break

Caribbean News…
24 June 2021 6:23am
The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos

The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos, the newest hotel from Marriott’s luxury brand, opened this week, marking the debut of the luxury hospitality brand in the Caribbean destination, exactly in Grace Bay, Providenciales.

The resort features 147 refined ocean view guest rooms, including 23 suites, showcasing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos also offers five three-story penthouse suites with private rooftop plunge pools and endless horizon views.

The signature Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge offers private check-in, a dedicated Club Concierge, and multiple culinary presentations throughout the day, in addition to dedicated service at the beach.

There’s a wide range of amenities available to guests, including an adults-only pool with private cabanas and a pool, both set within lush tropical landscapes; a private catamaran; Ritz-Carlton Spa; and Ritz Kids program. For on-site entertainment, the resort also features a casino, which offers traditional table games for a memorable night out.

From a selection of freshly caught seafood to just-picked produce, Coralli features cuisine prepared with a local twist. BLT Steak offers modern steakhouse fare, showcasing prime steaks and fresh seafood, while the restaurant’s signature Blackboard Menu offers dishes that highlight the seasonal flavors of Turks & Caicos.

Celebrating the island’s natural abundance of conch, the resort plans to mark the end of every day with the sound of the shell and offer guests the chance to sample conch ceviche and other island delicacies.

For special meetings or celebratory occasions, The Ritz-Carlton, Turks & Caicos offers 20,000 square feet of meeting space, with venues including a 4,900 square foot ballroom that can be further divided into three separate salons. Additionally, a selection of outdoor spaces, including a manicured event lawn and grand promenade, showcase the white sands and sparkling waters of Grace Bay.

Source: Travel Market Report

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