The Turks and Caicos islands make up one of the most luxurious travel destinations in the Western hemisphere. Hotels in the Turks and Caicos are either close to the finest beaches in the world or directly on them giving access to pristine coral reefs and many opportunities for partying into the wee hours, joining pick-up beach games, and romance. Over 30 beaches on the islands make vacation planning easier, because accommodations can be centered around the unique character and adventure possibilities of each. Not surprisingly, few will associate a holiday to the Turks and Caicos with budget travel, but one choice of lodging is changing this.
## Finding an Affordable Island Adventure
Located a mere 300 yards from the beauty and traditional atmosphere of Grace Bay beach, you will find the junior and deluxe junior suites of the Comfort Suites. While only a short walk away, visitors carrying supplies or small children will be treated to complimentary shuttle service each hour. Though not directly on the beach, budget travel to the Comfort Suites does provide several high-end amenities and next-door access to a variety of shops and restaurants, including a gourmet grocery store, small casino, the Upstairs Bar & Grill, and a number of small boutiques. Nearby activities include golf, diving, tour boats to nearby cays and islands, eco-tours, snorkeling, and fishing. There is also an active nightlife and regular celebrations in the area.
## Making the Most of a Turks and Caicos Holiday
Vacation planning can be a lot more spontaneous and exciting with the money saved on accommodations with Comfort Suites. One of the delights of an island adventure is exploring the many beaches and enjoying what each has to offer. Grace Bay has been named World's Greatest Beach by the World Travel Awards several times over, and it features magnificent opportunities for diving and snorkeling the coral reef. Other beaches will be easily accessible via rental car or moped. Mudjin Harbor is a picturesque destination with limestone cliffs and secluded coves. Long Bay is another of the more secluded beaches, but this one is more suited to family fun and features horseback riding. Taylor Bay in the Chalk Sound National Park provides warm, shallow waters for play. It is not uncommon to happen upon quaint diners and shops when exploring the islands, and money saved with budget travel will make it easier to take advantage of these happy accidents.