Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
What it is
Ringing a pristine private beach, this new retreat has 46 jaw-dropping room options (including seafront cottages), a clifftop restaurant and sunset bar, and cabana-lined infinity pool.
What it isn't
Stocked with its own ginormous spa. But with in-room massages, a fully equipped gym, and yoga classes held on the jetty, you won’t miss it.
What we think
There is perhaps no greater pleasure in life than waking up to glass-clear, turquoise sea water just beyond your floor-to-ceiling windows, and at the new Rock House, it’s practically a guarantee. Guest rooms live up to the view, too: even the “starter” Oceanfront Studio is 553 square feet of bliss, with a deep soaking tub, private terrace, and lounge area that’s perfect for donning a robe and slippers for an evening in—watching the birds flit and clouds roll across the horizon. If you’re bringing a crowd, or even a luggage-loving spouse, consider the Ocean Front One Bedroom, which sleeps four and has a full kitchen and breakfast nook included in its 1,261 square foot floor plan. To see and be seen, be sure to stop in at the hotel’s rock walled Cave Bar; cheeky cocktails include “I Gotta Feeling” (with St. Germain, prosecco and club soda) and “Highway to Hell” (tequila, chili vodka, passionfruit, and fresh lime).
You're here because
You can’t help but forget to pack things, and their CoCo boutique stocks all manner of Vacationland must-haves, from glittery statement necklaces to kids’ swimsuits.
From your open-air table beside a limestone cliff at Vita, the resort’s Italian-meets-Caribbean restaurant, you’re not sure what’s fresher: the ocean breeze or the chilled oysters with mignonette before you.
Restaurants & Bars
Beach Club - The hotel's main restaurant, set on the second level with a spectacular view
The Sunset Bar - The perfect place to toast the sinking sun and welcome the evening.
The Cave Bar - Tucked within the limestone, available for both day and evening, offering curated cocktails and Mediterranean inspired dishes.
A 14 acre parcel with a private beach near Smith’s Reef, a snorkeler's mecca for its eagle rays, green turtles and more. Providenciales International Airport is just an 8 minute drive from the resort.