Author: Tim Cotroneo

Ocean Club Resort in Turks and Caicos

Not only do guests have access to all the pool, restaurant, diving, spa, and golf services that come with staying at the Ocean Club, they’re also privy to everything offered at their sister property, Ocean Club West. Think two for the price of one.

Ocean Club pool area
If cooking is the last thing you want to do at your vacation home-away-from-home, there is no need for concern. The Ocean Club’s superior amenities rise to the occasion when it comes to satisfying your palette. The resort’s Cabana Bar & Grille offers alfresco dining mere steps from the ocean, while The Opus restaurant features gourmet dining with a five-star menu. But if watching the sunrise from your balcony with coffee in hand is something you can’t resist, then your suite’s full kitchen is a ready convenience.
Ocean Club Beginnings

Ocean Club Beach Scene
When the Ocean Club first opened its doors, there were but a handful of hotels in Providenciales, the most inhabited of the Turks and Caicos Islands. At the time, Grace Bay Beach was the Caribbean’s best kept secret. Ocean Club General Manager Tom Lewis remembers those early days. “People used to say, ‘You’re going where?’ Back then, people referred to us as the Turquoise Islands,” Lewis said.
Lewis, who worked for years at Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado, was thrilled with the idea of working on a site where his back door looked out on the bluest water he’d ever seen and a golf course was stationed a stone’s throw from his front entrance. Dreams turned into reality in 1990 when the Ocean Club opened on one of Grace Bay’s prime sections of beachfront.

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