The Regent Palms Turks & Caicos just became a Virtuoso member. I actually found out when I ran into Virtuoso’s Janine Devine at the hotel on Saturday. The final decision may not be hers alone as to which hotels become members of the prestigious Virtuoso network but she’s an important link in the chain. Virtuoso requirements are tough but once accepted the network of 350 member agencies world wide support these hotels because they know they’re now officially the best in the world and, that their luxury clients will be VIP’s when they stay at any one of them.
Regent Palms Karen Whitt has been the General Manager for the past two years. It’s a pleasure to watch her interact with her staff because you can see the rapport she has with one and all. I suspect this is why you feel so comfortable here. Everyone you come in contact with seems so sincerely happy to have you as their guest. Of course it also helps that every morning you wake up looking at one of the world’s most beautiful beaches and the calm blue Caribbean.
There are two other noteworthy reasons why the Regent Palms gets my vote. Their gardens are the best I’ve seen on the island. This arid place (so many sunny days) is not conducive to easy horticulture. The staff of gardeners at Regent Palms seems to have fooled Mother Nature. The other is their spa. It’s unique in its design and offers a myriad of world-class treatments given by a caring and professional staff. It’s easy to see why it’s considered, even by its competitors, to be the best hotel spa on the island.
Regent Palms joins four other Virtuoso properties in the Turks and Caicos. They are Amanyara, Gansevoort, Grace Bay and Parrot Cay. When you book with a Virtuoso travel advisor you receive special amenities at all of them but best of all you automatically become part of a very special club.