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Seven Stars Resort, a resort located on Grace Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos, has announced a series of renovations and refurbishments.
“We are constantly striving to be the best of the best, and there is no better way to do that than addressing the needs and wishes of our guests,” said Bryan Guillot, who handles sales and marketing on behalf of Seven Stars Resort. “We endeavor to be anticipatory to our guests’ needs and wants and believe that through these recent capital improvements and guest offerings we will continue to surpass guest expectations.”
Seven Stars Resort is now offering guest-only private and group sailings aboard its newly acquired, 29-foot World Cat, named Lady Tamara. Seven Stars will provide guests with daily excursion options, which include sunset cruises, snorkeling trips and private island escapes.
The resort’s casual, beachside dining venue The Deck will be expanded to include a more intimate seating area for dinner guests and a new bar to meet the demands of the expanded space. Seven restaurant recently unveiled an alfresco patio dining experience on its second level. The space adds approximately 550 additional square feet to the overall restaurant space and offers a distinct location to enjoy a romantic meal or host a small meeting or reception. Seven has also launched a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, in addition to an assortment of continental breakfast options.
An eight person hot tub was added to the pool. New furnishings were added to the lobby, and the health club has been remodeled and now has an expanded area for yoga or Pilates.
A 3,300 square foot deck has been built to host beachfront weddings. The new space is equipped with built-in anchors for swift installation that can comfortably shelter 200 people. When not utilized for weddings, resort guests can relax on the deck in lounge chairs. The resort has also hired additional beach butlers who will be equipped with digital handheld devices for optimum execution of guest needs.