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Turks and Caicos

joelo88

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yeah i'd try to stick to one of those two places if i could. if you don't have a rental car and end up at a hotel in the middle of nowhere you'll be pretty pissed in short order. i was. was there for 7 days.

beaches are amazing though.
 

K.V.

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The Palm! Assuming that your Going to Provo.
 

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Alexandria Resort is very nice as well.
 

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Theres a nice place called Peace and Plenty--been about 4 years since I stayed there, but it was owned by a couple from Jersey, and they will take you out to the ocean side to go diving--food close by--and downtown about 2 miles (maybe less). Get one of the 2 bedroom rooms, and the beach is at your doorstep. 20 mins from the a/p.
 

siucavflight

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Funny that you ask, we just had a five day trip there. We stayed at the Seven Stars Resort, absolutely beautiful place. Here is the link.

http://www.sevenstarsresort.com/
 

wannabe a DR.

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good eats on provo

coco bistro- pricy dinner,but really good
mango reef- 10-15 dollar lunches
hemingways- reasonable dinner
all delicious!!
 

fr8r

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Royal West Indies is very nice, rooms are suite style and the offer special pricing for pilots. On the beach.

www.royalwestindies.com

www.ocean-club.com

or the Ocean Club... also reasonable.

They also have a really good resteraunt on the property next to the pool. If you like ahi tuna, I recommend theirs cooked rare with wasabi and soy sauce on the side.
 
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moonlight

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Don't forget the Tikki Hut down in Turtle Bay. I can't remember if it's Wed. nights or Thurs. nights they have an all you can eat crab-leg feast. Have a piece of their key-lime pie...I've never had better.
 

fr8r

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Don't forget the Tikki Hut down in Turtle Bay. I can't remember if it's Wed. nights or Thurs. nights they have an all you can eat crab-leg feast. Have a piece of their key-lime pie...I've never had better.

Good call.
 

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I stayed at the Ocean Club Resort for my 7 day trip, and it was great. Relax on the gorgeous beaches, sail, walk along the beaches, snorkel, scuba, etc, etc. There is plenty to keep you occupied. There is a little casino right down the road also.
 

Tgaug6300

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The Nikki Beach is outstanding! Limo picks you up at the airport, and will take you back to the airport. It is a little steep but not too bad.
 

Twotter76

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Alexandria Resort is very nice as well.

I stayed there last month and it isn't bad but not much to do at the hotel. The rooms were nice and new but I think you would be better off going next door to Beaches if you were going to be here for any length of time as they have all the activities and food included in your rate. Looked decent to me. Great beaches anywhere you decide to go!
 
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