Viva La Turks and Caicos Villa (Part 2)

Balinese Villa

If you're seeking something extraordinary on your next Caribbean vacation, look no further than a Turks and Caicos villa. This is the best way to experience the islands, with pure luxury and privacy in your very own villa right on the beach. There's nothing better than your own self-contained beautiful home in your own piece of paradise. It's perfect for families or groups who'd rather stay together than in separate rooms throughout the hotel. And here in the villa scenario you can fully relax in your own setting and vibe. Just going with your own flow and making your own plans (well, even more than at some Caribbean resorts where that is the modus operandi).

Your villa comes fully equipped with whatever you could want, and if it's not there, chances are it's just a phone call to concierge away. Prepare to experience all the world-class amenities you've dreamt about, like your private swimming pool looking out over the ocean as the sun sets majestic. Or premium activities like diving and snorkeling and golf just minutes away. Some resorts in Turks and Caicos offer villas on-site, such as those at Grace Bay Club, The Somerset, Point Grace Resort and Ocean Club. But when you want a genuine villa that focuses on being a villa and providing all the best aspects of the villa life, may we present part two of the best of Turks and Caicos villas.


Indonesian influenced and full of Caribbean vibes, the Balinese Villa is a phenomenally luxurious masterpiece of accommodation. Perched regally in the Turtle Trail area overlooking the Turks and Caicos Banks, this gorgeous villa is practically surrounded by stunning ocean vistas that envelop you in the warm embrace of the Caribbean, while refreshed with the near constant tradewinds easing their way across the property. The villa is furnished like an art gallery of impeccable taste, with imported Balinese hand-made contemporary and antique pieces, ornamentals and artwork. It's the type of place that inspires your thoughts to soar as you feel balanced with the expressions of functionality and innovation.

The infinity pool spans the width of the villa and seems to extend out into the ocean, connecting you with the elements. Along the steps down to the beach you'll find a thatched gazebo treehouse, perfect for relaxation and meditation; before leaping into the water with no other person around as far as you can see. The interior is dramatic, with towering 30' vaulted ceilings with cedar beams, marble floors, and pearl-stone tile walls -- all looking out at the ocean. The great room comes with a granite bar and 50" plasma TV on hydraulics that rises up out of the cabinetry. The gourmet kitchen is exceptional, with stainless steel appliances and a black granite island to prepare meals to eat in the dining room decked out in teak and wicker. The master bedroom comes with two full walls of glass doors looking out at the sea and infinity pool, with its own private courtyard terrace and day-bed. The other two guestrooms are magnificent and this entire villa is beyond beautiful. It's perfection defined in a vacation experience.

Coral House Turks and Caicos Villa


This elegant villa is the ultimate in luxury for those refined guests seeking sophistication mixed with simple Caribbean living. Situated right on the world's best Grace Bay Beach, the Coral House is true to its name and built in stunning coral stone. The entire villa is uniquely designed and decorated to complement the tropical surroundings, and the amenities here will guarantee your trip is beyond outstanding. Inside it's a whopping 12,000 square-feet of innovative space, connected with breezeways integrating indoors with the outside. There's five bedrooms and bathrooms, each gracious and airy and luxuriously appointed; although the master in particular is a genuinely romantic boudoir that will blow your mind.

There's a covered terrace that looks out across the scented courtyard and the ocean beyond and daybeds on the beach, and this all connects to an expansive deck area that looks like that of a five-star resort's with a heated pool and lounge chairs. The living area is basically the entire villa because that's what you'll be doing here - really living - but the proper living room is gorgeous and well-lit and comfortable. There's a huge library to read books or play chess or watch a movie. Of course you can also settle into the Family/Media Room with 60" TV with theatre sound and all sorts of games. The gourmet kitchen is right out of a magazine, just so perfect you'll want to cook every meal (although there is an included full personal chef services three meals a day). There's also a Gym & Yoga Studio full of blissed out vibes for you to keep the energy level on high. Private instruction can be arranged for both exercise and spa services if you want some amazingly intuitive massage therapist to come to your villa and give you the treatment of a lifetime.