Turks and Caicos spas are mostly found at the upscale resorts that have been springing up around the islands. Most of these resorts, and thus most of the island chain's spas, can be found on the island of Providenciales. Grace Bay Beach is more specifically where you might want to start when it comes to enjoying spa treatments in the Turks and Caicos, as this is where the majority of the spa resorts can be found. You can also consider other spa resorts that are found away from Grace Bay Beach, and the island of Grand Turk has joined the spa scene in recent years. The options are only set to increase, as more spa resorts are planned for the Turks and Caicos, and it's also likely that more stand alone spas will join the market.
While the island of Providenciales is where you will find the most Turks and Caicos spas, those who are truly serious about enjoying a spa vacation in this tropical paradise won't want to overlook Parrot Cay (pictured). This private island and resort in the Caicos Islands chain boasts what is arguably the best holistic spa in the entire Caribbean. The COMO Shambhala Retreat is the name of this renowned Parrot Cay spa, and it is a true sanctuary. Facilities include a 1,300-square-foot yoga room, soothing Japanese baths, a special pilates studio, and nine regular treatment rooms. Complementing the regular treatment rooms are double massage rooms that cater to couples. The various pavilions that house the Parrot Cay spa facilities are overlook the scenic North Caicos Channel and beautiful wetland areas that attract a variety of bird species.
If you are looking to enjoy some rejuvenating spa treatment during your Turks and Caicos vacation, the Grace Bay Club can also be a terrific place to stay. One of the finest resorts in the islands, it also offers what amounts to one of the best Turks and Caicos spas. The Grace Bay Club's Anani Spa is a 5,000 square-foot retreat that offers a full array of treatments. You can indulge in various massage therapies, for example, or opt to get a facial or a body treatment. Of course, you can also interest yourself in a number of treatments. As is true of most Turks and Caicos spas, the Anani Spa at the Grace Bay Club offers special spa packages that combine treatments.
For Turks and Caicos visitors who are planning on visiting the island of Providenciales, there are some other tempting spa resorts to choose from. These resorts include the Regent Palms Resort and the Seven Stars Resort. The spas at both of these resorts offer a full range of treatments, and you can hardly argue with the other facilities and the quality of the guest units. Both the Regent Palms Resort and the Seven Stars Resort can be found on Grace Bay Beach. Should you wish to visit another the part of the island, there's always the more isolated Amanyara Resort. This resort sits adjacent to Malcolm's Beach, which is known for its very tranquil appeal. The spa and wellness center at the Amanyara Resort covers more than one acre, and visitors can enjoy yoga and pilates sessions when they're not indulging in facials, scrubs, massages, wraps, and other rejuvenating treatments.
The island of Grand Turk is the other island that most Turks and Caicos visitors base themselves on. As far as spas are concerned, this island doesn't boast many, but there are some options. You can find a spa at the Turks and Caicos Cruise Center, and there is another at the Osprey Beach Hotel. These spas are sister spas, and they both offer a full range of treatments.
As a side note, anyone who is interested in Turks and Caicos spas or spa treatments might keep an eye out for hotels that offer wellness services. The Bohio Dive Resort on Grand Turk's Pillory Beach, for example, offers spa treatments for guests to take advantage of. It also offers great diving packages, and the beach that it sits on is about as idyllic as beaches get. In other words, it can be an ideal place to both relax and play.