The Shore Club Turks and Caicos

A sleek Long Bay Beach hideaway

As the first hotel to open on the serene shores of Long Bay Beach, The Shore Club Turks and Caicos was designed to impress. And when it comes to first impressions, it delivers.

You’ll likely find yourself with darting eyes, unable to decide which details to admire first as you approach The Shore Club’s grandiose entrance, which somehow simultaneously pulls off an organic feel.

Maybe it’s the natural bricks of fossilized coral, the hand-painted tiles from the Dominican Republic or the palm trees peppered throughout the breezy courtyard. Rows of Romanesque arches provide a seamless transition between spaces, providing a modern yet classic vibe.

A design lover’s delight, this luxury hotel’s features were each chosen with careful consideration, from the Vietnamese turquoise-beaded light fixtures that hang in the Colonnade to the striking ceiling of steel-cut lilies at the Japanese-Peruvian-inspired restaurant SUI-REN. If the devil is in the details, The Shore Club is positively sinful.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Sit a spell at The Shore Club’s most photographed space, The Colonnade Pool. Poolside dining in private cabanas, stylish swinging chairs over the water, coral throw pillows and a fire pit in the center make this an Instagrammable dream.
  • The Rope Bar is another visual delight, with ropes of various length dangling from the ceiling to create an intricate makeshift chandelier. When lit up at night, it seems to sparkle like crystal.
  • The Shore Club boasts four pools to accommodate every type of sun worshipper. There’s the swanky Colonnade pool, the family-friendly Sea Grapes pool, an adults-only pool and a spacious lap pool outside the gym.
  • For a treat, book one of the Turks and Caicos resort’s six exquisite villas. These four- to six-bedroom, 8,800-square-foot retreats come with butler service, VIP airport transfers and a private heated pool among other pampering perks.
  • A gravel path that winds through a thicket of native greenery takes you to the sustainably sourced Dune Spa, inconspicuously created from two shipping containers. Get pampered in one of three treatment cabanas overlooking the electric blues of Long Bay.

Things to Know

  • The Shore Club offers five dining options: SUI-REN for upscale fusion cuisine, Sea Grapes for casual Caribbean dishes by the pool, Colonnade for sumptuous local fare enjoyed alfresco and The Rope Bar and Courtyard Bar for light bites.
  • The luxury hotel’s complimentary kids’ club, Jungle Jam, has an array of indoor and outdoor activities: crafts and board games for little ones, video games for older kids, and an outdoor playground for all.
  • Long Bay Beach is known for its consistent cooling trade winds, hence the Turks and Caicos resort’s aptly named oceanfront Breeze Bar. Some days are breezier than others, so you may prefer the pool to the beach on particularly windy days.

The Rooms

  • The low-density Shore Club has 38 suites and 110 rooms to choose from, starting with the 640-square-foot garden-view Junior Suite. For an indulgent experience, book the oceanfront Three Bedroom Executive Penthouse that offers sweeping views of Long Bay Beach.
  • Whether you reserve a space with lush views of tropical foliage or sweeping sea vistas, every suite comes with a private terrace and soaking tub.
  • Forget the gaudy tropical décor often found in beachfront hotels. The Shore Club adopted a more subtle and sleek look, embracing earthy tones with pops of pastel blue, natural wood and stone.
  • Craving more space and privacy? Opt for one of The Shore Club’s six deluxe villas, each with 8,800 square feet of living space, four to six bedrooms, a private pool, courtyard and butler.
  • Villa guests also enjoy complimentary airport transfers and a bar stocked with alcohol, mixers, soda and water.

Nearby Attractions
  • Because of its steady trade winds, Long Bay Beach is renowned as a kiteboarding spot. If you’re keen to give the sport a try, there are plenty of kite schools a short walk down the beach from The Shore Club.
  • While non-motorized water sports are complimentary for hotel guests, there are also jet skis available to rent on the beach from other local companies.
  • Besides The Shore Club’s amenities, you won’t find any shops, restaurants or bars on Long Bay Beach, but that’s part of its appeal. More bustling Grace Bay is just a five-minute drive away, so you can get your city fix in a flash.

24-hour room service
Fitness classes
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Shore Club Beach, Grace Bay, TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos
PLS  (20 min)  
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