Viva La Turks and Caicos Villas (Part 1)

Turks and Caicos Villas - Amazing Grace

For vacationers looking for that something extra on their next trip to the Caribbean, try replacing your hotel room with one of the incredible Turks and Caicos villas. Here you'll experience true luxury and privacy with your own exclusive home away from home. Literally. These villas offer the ultimate in a tropical getaway, where you can bask in the harmony of a self-contained gorgeous house right on the beach. Ideal for small groups who'd rather all stay in the same villa than renting out a bunch of separate rooms in a hotel, the villa scenario inspires relaxation. Indulge in the simple pace of Island-Time. Leave your wristwatches at home and experience the eternal present moment, liberated from the structure of routine and schedule. This is Turks and Caicos life the way it's meant to be lived.

Your villa is set up with everything you could want. Expect world-class amenities like private swimming pool looking out over the ocean and the white sand beach just steps away. Activities like diving and snorkeling and golf await. Aside from the following private Turks and Caicos villas, other resorts in TCI offer villas on their property, such as Grace Bay Club, The Somerset, Point Grace Resort and Ocean Club. But for the stand-alone villas that stand out from the rest of the accommodation selections, try investigating these great choices.


How sweet the sound. This impeccably beautiful villa is a masterpiece of colonial architecture, a veritable kingdom of bliss and beauty. Its 9,000 square feet of living space offers an exclusive experience you just won't find at any hotel. The gated property features a remarkable outdoor area with a fifty-foot heated pool and jacuzzi, an alfresco dining area with a barbecue and covered lounge area, and plenty of room to relax in the sun. Jutting out from the 600-feet of private white sand beach is a hundred-foot dock, in case you want to pull up in a yacht. The interior is all finished in whites and blues, seeming to flow effortlessly from the outside tropical paradise. Huge windows make for a naturally lit environment, all through the multiple areas of the house, including fully equipped kitchen with an island and little touches like a juicer. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms, making the max occupancy ten people. Amazing Grace also comes with a security guard and breakfast preparation, with an optional private butler and chef available. Golf and tennis is just five minutes away. Do you vacation in proper style at Amazing Grace Villa.

Turks and Caicos Villas - Avalon


Named after the legendary island in the story of King Arthur, Avalon Villa is a magic place indeed. It's even designed like a castle, with turrets and towers in true Caribbean style. Located right on legendary Grace Bay Beach, Avalon seems like a self-contained resort of its own. For example, the outdoor features include an infinity edge swimming pool with a swim-up bar (and kitchen behind it), walkover bridge and mini waterfall. There's a thatched gazebo with dining set and outdoor sound system so as you could imagine, great times would be had by your party. The interior is also resort-like, with four bedrooms worthy of Lady Guinevere herself. The master bedroom in particular offers a nearly 360-degree view of the pool and the ocean. There's a big home theatre, bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite island, and it's all decked out in tropical furnishings that really set the mood. Come find Excalibur, metaphorically speaking.


Named after the rising sun, Bajacu is indeed positioned in a perfect place to experience the majesty of the sunrises and sunsets on the water, perched up on a 13-acre estate of Provo hilltop with uninterrupted views of the horizon. (It's also painted in the same colour red as the rising sun.) Designed by a world famous architect, Bajacu is 9,500 square feet of phenomenal interior living space - and a massive 3,500 square-foot deck surrounded by lush tropical gardens. There are not one but two infinity edge pools cascading into each other. A thatch-roofed palapa houses the open living room with sweeping views, linked to the pool by a pergola. There's a grand dining room inside and a thatched roof dining area outside. The interior is decorated with such an eclectic mix of antiques and art from around the world that you'd think the villa did part-time work as a museum and gallery and weekends. Each of the five bedrooms are elegant and luxurious, with private terraces and en-suite bathrooms. There's also cooking staff, a private gym, and a security guard. Basically, Bajacu is a masterpiece.

Turks and Caicos Villas - Bajacu