The Turks and Caicos Islands are famous for their stretches of stunning beaches and vibrant coral reefs. On land or below the water, you'll relax in the unique serenity and hospitality of “our beautiful by nature islands”.
The Regent Grand™, located on Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales, overlooks the “best beach in the world.” Breathtaking Caribbean waters, legendary diving, snorkelling, and fishing make the Turks and Caicos Islands the ultimate travel destination.
Getting to Turks and Caicos is easy and efficient. Just a short flight from the east coast of the U.S., Providenciales is a tropical classic where relaxation is unavoidable and rejuvenation ensured.
Take the airport road out of the airport to the Main Highway (approximately 1.5 miles). At the roundabout turn first left (EAST) onto Leeward Highway. Travel Leeward Highway for about 8 miles to "Tropicana Roundabout". This is the last roundabout on the highway, before the road becomes a single carriageway. Turn left into Dolphin Avenue, and drive to the end of the road. Turn left once again. In 500 yards you will see Regent Street on your right, follow the road to the bottom to the Regent Grand on Grace Bay Beach.
TKCA 1ZZ, Grace Bay,
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
Provo Golf Club, "the jewel in the Turks and Caicos' crown" - open to both non-resident and resident golfers, and looks forward to your visit.
Located on the Caribbean island of Providenciales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands, this 18 hole championship golf course is voted consistently within the top ten Caribbean golf courses.
Noted for a challenging round of golf, while maintaining a quick pace of play, Provo Golf Club offers you four sets of tees for all golfing levels and premium TaylorMade golf clubs for rental. Our championship golf course includes lush fairways and immaculate greens, a full-service pro shop, practice chipping and putting areas, flood-lit tennis and Fairways Bar and Grill.
Located in Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos and a great spot to serve tourists and residents alike, The Regent Village is a place where fashion and style come to life in a setting brimming with fountains, lush tropical foliage and serene gardens.
This modern, comfortable and attractive shopping and entertaining plaza boasts over 30 well-established shopping, dining, tourism and professional businesses. Offering 150,000 square feet of brand new construction, a state-of-the art conference centre, two-storey car park, 24-hour security and CCTV, it is a fabulous addition to the attractions of Grace Bay and is the “hot spot” of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Visit The Regent Village today at www.theregentvillage.com
Providenciales, or Provo as it is commonly called, is the international gateway to the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is the only airport within the islands that is served by scheduled international carriers, and these are predominantly from North America.
PLS is an aproximate 20 minute drive from The Regent Grand.
Providenciales, known locally as "Provo,” is nestled between the uninhabited island of West Caicos and the tranquil outpost of Pine Cay. Less than 600 miles southeast of Miami and 100 miles north of the Dominican Republic, it is a prime Caribbean destination that welcomes visitors like no place on Earth.
Providenciales’ many repeat visitors will confirm that you'll find the Turks and Caicos to be a beautiful island retreat. Once you’ve experienced the comfortable, low-humidity climate (cooled further by constant trade winds), you'll never want to leave.
Grace Bay Beach is situated on several miles along the northeast coast of Providenciales. It provides access to water sports such as parasailing, hobie-cat sailing, and windsurfing and has been voted the best beach in the world. This is the backdrop for The Regent Grand.
Grace Bay Beach is consistently voted the number one beach in the world by Conde Naste, Trip Advisor and the World Travel Awards. With its crystal-clear waters and powdery white sand, it’s easy to see why.
Guests can stroll along the 12-mile beach or spend an afternoon perfecting their tan. Complimentary beach towels and umbrellas, as well as a beach service, are available to guests.
If you’re very lucky, you might meet JOJO, the local dolphin and resident Provo national treasure that frolics with swimmers and snorkelers regularly.
With over 50 shops and restaurants, The Regent Village is "The Heart of Providenciales” and the place to dine, relax, and entertain.
While the location of The Regent Grand is quiet and secluded, within The Regent Village you’ll find duty-free jewellery stores, beach fashion boutiques, souvenir shops, Caicos Adventures (one of the best dive operators in the country) and many realtors and businesses.
The Village also boasts eight restaurants and bars:
• The Vix Bar & Grill, Featuring Mediterranean, Alfresco, and Indoor Dining
• Melt Ice Cream and Champagne Bar
• Le Bouchon French Bistro
• Lupo, For Authentic Italian Cuisine
• Garam Masala, Serving Fabulous Indian Cuisine
• Thai Orchid, Offering a Taste of the Orient
• FOTTAC, Celebrating the Flavours of The Turks and Caicos Islands
Within walking distance, you will also discover restaurants to suit all tastes, including a traditional Italian pizza parlour, coffee shops, sushi restaurants, and Moroccan and Mexican eateries.
The island’s only gourmet grocery store is just a five-minute walk away, making it easy to pick up your weekly provisions.
The official language of the Turks and Caicos Islands is English, but many other languages are spoken, including French, Spanish, Creole, and Italian.
The currency is the U.S. dollar.
A visa is not required for U.S., Canadian, and most European countries, but everyone needs a passport to visit.
Electricity is U.S./Canadian standard.