The Regent Grand Penthouse In Grace Bay

Any wealthy man or woman can build a more cost-efficient luxurious house in America or Europe. Buying an extravagant house in Turk and Caicos islands would be a whole lot more expensive than having it built elsewhere.  With that being said, why not save money by purchasing or building a dwelling at a location other than the Caribbean?

The answer is simple – the millionaire dollar view of the turquoise-blue ocean makes the bigger price tag worth every single penny. Additionally, the fresh ocean breeze, which blows all day long, can only be enjoyed in places such as the Turk and Caicos islands.

Location will always prove to be one of the largest underlying factors that come into play when acquiring properties. However, it doesn’t hurt to purchase or construct a lavish residence to further heighten the magically serene feel of the tropical environment.

Penthouse 702 proves to be one of the greatest private residences built within Turk and Caicos islands today. First and foremost, the 5,930 square meter property comes with five extravagantly designed bedrooms, and 5.5 bathrooms, therefore eliminating the need to share such facilities. Moreover, these washrooms feature bathtubs, shower rooms enclosed by glass and decorated with imported stone, and even views of the ocean.

Like other premier Turk and Caicos penthouses, a highly-desirable feature that’s included in this abode is its flooring, which is built from travertine marble. The fully equipped gourmet kitchen is quite a marvelous sight to behold as well – future owners will be captivated by the lavish designer fixings spread throughout the area. To add an even greater luxurious feel and look, solid wood cabinetry and granite/marble tabletops have been included.

For buyers who need to continuously work even while within the comforts of this extravagant house, Penthouse 702 has that need covered with the inclusion of a dedicated office area.

And just like other topnotch Turk and Caicos residences, the office comes fully equipped with a range of high-end electronics plus an ultra-fast Internet connection, thereby allowing its user to stay in constant communication with colleagues back home. On top of this, a state of the art audio system has been included as well.

The living room, which is spaciously built and fitted with designer furniture, features a large flat screen TV for entertainment purposes.

All these features, such as the fully furnished garage, are what make Penthouse 702 better than other residences within the Turks and Caicos islands. Although it’s currently being sold for several million US dollars, the luxury dwelling is well worth it.


The Regent Palms – Turks & Caicos Condos

The Regent Palms is a luxury condominium property located on Grace Bay Beach on Turks & Caicos. The Regent Palms luxury resort, opened its doors in early 2005. Since then, the $95 million, 72-suite resort, situated on world-famous Grace Bay Beach in The Turks & Caicos Islands, has received ongoing praise for its magnificent architecture and sublime amenities. Recipient of the Caribbean Travel & Life: 2007 Readers Choice Awards for both Most Luxurious Resort and Best Hotel Spa, The Regent Palms is has captured a coveted spot among the most prestigious resorts in the world.

The inspiration for The Regent Palms comes from the designs of Oliver Messel, who, in the early ’60′s was noted for his use of the materials and traditions of island architecture on his adopted island of Barbados. Messel created a mix of baroque and classical design using features such as slender Greek columns, flattened arches, and white-on-white interiors. The Regent Palms pays homage to Messel with its use of cool Barbadian coral stone in its five buildings, the incorporation of open, island-inspired architecture, and by naming its magnificent ballroom after him.

Features and Amenities

Enjoy exceptional luxury and comfort in the well-appointed rooms and suites at The Regent Palms Turks & Caicos hotel and resort. Guest rooms feature hand-tufted king bedding, high-speed Internet access and cable television. A number of luxurious suites are available, all featuring a washer/dryer and a full kitchen with Viking appliances. Vacationing at this beachfront resort is truly a relaxing Caribbean retreat.

The centerpiece and heart of the Turks & Caicos resort and spa is The Mansion, the social hub of the resort. It features the resort’s signature dining room, Parallel23, and the Messel Ballroom. Along an esplanade flanking The Mansion’s formal gardens is Palm Place, featuring a selection of boutiques.

The Regent Palms fronts the white sand beaches of Grace Bay, a glorious jewel set amid 12 acres of fragrant, landscaped gardens. Its five buildings form a semi-circle around a multi-million dollar infinity pool, and the pool setting boasts a swim-up bar and restaurant. Not to be overshadowed by the impressive colonial lodging structures is The Regent Palms’ 25,000 square-foot-spa, complete with reflecting pools and serene gardens, and featuring a long canal that fans out into eight coral-stone fronds, each housing a treatment room.


Located approximately 600 miles southeast of Miami, the Turks & Caicos Islands beckon sophisticated travelers seeking an unforgettable Caribbean vacation experience. Here, on the sugar-sand shores of the Island of Providenciales, outlined by azure blue waters, island living meshes seamlessly with contemporary luxuries to create a tropical paradise at The Regent Palms, one of the best luxury resorts in Turks & Caicos.

The Regent Palms is a $95 million, 72-suite resort situated on a 12-acre, lushly landscaped estate at the center of the world-renowned Grace Bay Beach. The property is ideally situated for access to Providenciales Airport (15 minutes), several shopping areas and the marina (10 minutes), where scuba diving and snorkeling adventures can be arranged. Guests also have a variety of on-site surfside activity choices, including kayaks, snorkel gear and hobie cats. Visit The Regent Palms and see what sets it apart from other resorts in Turks & Caicos.