Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands Hotels
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“Anyone who wants to experience paradise on a budget should plan to travel during the off-season. April through May sees smaller crowds, but still boasts the same year-round 80-degree weather. But even during the off-season, hotels and resorts on the island are not inexpensive. If you book well in advance, you can find a room for under $150 per night, including the three-star Grace Bay Suites and the Silver Palm Beach House Turks and Caicos. Providenciales is for people who love the water, nature, and truly want to get away from it all.”
The small island of Providenciales in the northwest of the Turks and Caicos has been described as a true paradise. It is the most developed and tourist-friendly of the islands and is home to many resort hotels. It is a magnet for those who enjoy diving, as it has some of the best in the world. Because of its size, it’s not always easy to find a hotel deal in Providenciales when you’re on a budget. By knowing when and where to book a room, you can make paradise a reality all while not going broke.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Wymara Resort and Villas
Wymara Resort and Villas
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9.4
Excellent
Lower Bight Road Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales
from $528
The Palms Turks and Caicos
The Palms Turks and Caicos
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales
from $680
West Bay Club
West Bay Club
|
9.0
Excellent
Lower Bight Road Bldg A Grace Bay, Providenciales
from $308
The Regent Grand
The Regent Grand
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8.6
Excellent
Regent Street Grace Bay, Providenciales
from $520
The New Grace Bay Suites
The New Grace Bay Suites
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8.2
Excellent
Grace Bay Road GRACE BAY SUITES, Grace Bay
from $191
Villas at Ports of Call Resort
Villas at Ports of Call Resort
11 Sandcastle Rd, Providenciales
from $455
Grace Bay Club
Grace Bay Club
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9.1
Excellent
Grace Bay Circle Road P.O. Box 128 Grace Bay, Providenciales
from $612
Caribbean Paradise Inn
Caribbean Paradise Inn
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8.9
Excellent
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales
from $245
The Tuscany on Grace Bay
The Tuscany on Grace Bay
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9.8
Excellent
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales
from $1050
Seven Stars Resort & Spa
Seven Stars Resort & Spa
|
9.5
Excellent
Grace Bay Road, Providenciales
from $696
More About Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands Hotels...

The Best Time to Find a Deal on Hotels in Providenciales

Anyone who wants to experience paradise on a budget should plan to travel during the off-season. April through May sees smaller crowds, but still boasts the same year-round 80-degree weather. But even during the off-season, hotels and resorts on the island are not inexpensive. If you book well in advance, you can find a room for under $150 per night, including the three-star Grace Bay Suites and the Silver Palm Beach House Turks and Caicos.

Four-star resorts will run you twice as much, but are still well below the regular rates you’ll see during the peak season of December to March when you could easily spend $1,000 or more on an upscale accommodation for the night.

June to November marks the rainy season, which could include hurricane warnings. Obviously, this time period sees the cheapest Providenciales hotel deals because the weather is unpredictable and many vacationers don’t want the rain spoiling their beach getaway. If this doesn’t matter to you, hotels drop their rates to entice travelers to come during this iffy time of the year.

Where to Stay for the Best Providenciales Deals

Grace Bay has become the most touristy area of the island, with the largest concentration of hotels along this five-mile stretch. This is also where many luxury condos have been built for vacationers. But staying further away from the main part of Providenciales will not necessarily get you a better hotel deal because many vacationers will pay more to find more seclusion.

Stay near the island’s best shopping and dining at venues like Ocean Club Resort, The Alexandra Resort, and the Royal West Indies Resort. All three offer easy access to the beaches and have large, beautiful pools. You have the bonus of all the amenities one could want when staying at the beach, like free Wi-Fi, on-site restaurants, and swim-up bars.

Most hotels and resorts on the island have rentals for watersports. If they don’t, there are plenty of places nearby that do offer them, so no matter where you stay, you always have access to the best activities the island has to offer.

Experiencing Luxury Without Going into Debt

If you know when to book, you can take advantage of some great rates on Providenciales’ luxury hotels. The off-season is the most opportune time to snag a deal on accommodations all over the island, but more likely along Grace Bay.

Windsong Resort is a four-star property that is very popular and where you can find a great deal outside the busy season. This resort is ideal for those who like to snorkel and scuba dive, because it’s located right on the reef.

Staying Near Providenciales’ Popular Attractions

Though the island is fairly small and all attractions are not that far away from anything, you’ll find the largest concentration of things to do–and places to shop–in Grace Bay. If boutique shopping is on your list, look to stay in Turtle Cove. The restaurants outnumber the hotels in this part of the island, but you can choose from the beautiful La Vista Azul Resort that sits in the middle of the cove, or Turtle Cove Inn, a budget-friendly hotel right on the marina. Turtle Cove Inn is known as the island’s most affordable waterfront inn. It’s also home to the Turks & Caicos Cultural Center, so you’re just steps away from local history and entertainment. You’re also within walking distance of the beach, rental and dive shops, and a variety of restaurants and bars.

Across Coconut Road from Turtle Cove is Atlantic Ocean Beach Villas. Located right on the oceanfront on a private beach, these villas offer all the comforts of home, plus a ton of extras like free snorkel gear. Rates may seem a little steep, but guests have free use of on-site grills, along with a kitchen in each villa, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, DVD players, and more. With all the added amenities, you may save much more than expected.

Finding a Home Away From Home with Airbnb

For more options that offer the feeling of home, check out vacation rentals on airbnb, where you can have the full run of a home, apartment, or condo at a comparable price to hotels, but with more amenities. In Providenciales, you will find as many airbnb rentals as there are hotels and resorts, and a condo will come at a rate comparable to one of the moderately priced rooms.

Got a larger travel party? A rental property could save you over booking several hotel rooms or suites. With more freedom and flexibility, you could find yourself saving more money off the essentials like dining. Make your own meals and relax in your own little private getaway in paradise. 

Getting Around the Island and to the Providenciales International Airport

There is no public transportation option in Providenciales so your two reasonable options for getting around are via rental car or taxi. You can easily take a taxi to all points of the island and booking one to and from the airport is a breeze because you can reserve it online before you leave. Taxis are also available for nights of bar hopping and even guided tours of the island.

The airport has many rental car agencies so you can buzz around the island on your own time and visit attractions like the world’s first Conch Farm or Cheshire Hall plantation. Tour around the coast and maybe catch a glimpse of bottlenose dolphins or a humpback whale. See the local flora by visiting the Bight Park Botanical Gardens, or check out Chalk Sound National Park on the western side of the island to see plants and animals in the wild.

How to Plan Your Providenciales Trip Without Stressing Out

Providenciales is for people who love the water, nature, and truly want to get away from it all. Whether you’re in Providenciales for a few days or a few weeks, the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board can help you plan an amazing trip. Need some last-minute help? Taxi drivers and locals all over the island are more than happy to give you suggestions for their favorite things to do and places to shop and eat.

Start planning your trip at home with the help of Hipmunk’s city guides, and allow their search to find you the perfect place to stay at the perfect price.