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Monday, September 26, 2011

The Meridian Club Pine Cay, Turks and Caicos

The Meridian Club
Pine Cay, Turks and Caicos

Style: Super Luxury. Rooms: 13.

Imagine your own private island hideaway resort with two miles of white-sand beach. Located in the Turks and Caicos Islands, this Caribbean retreat is unparalleled. Pine Cay is a secluded 800-acre island, conveniently located just 560 miles southeast of Miami. The only resort on the island, the Meridian Club is beautifully positioned on a two-mile stretch of talcum-powder beach, considered one of the finest in the Caribbean. Soothing trade winds ensure comfortable temperatures and low humidity year round. The resort is well known for its excellent cuisine, attentive staff, and "barefoot elegance."

Its rooms and cottages, tucked along the shoreline and dunes, all offer panoramic views of the ocean and the island. Choose to relax in one of just 12 spacious beachfront guest rooms, the secluded Sand Dollar cottage, or an intimate collection of private cottages. Whether enjoying a romantic escape, a family adventure or fun in the sea and sun, you'll find the aquamarine waters and sugary sand irresistible. Barefoot informality and sensitivity to the natural environment combine to provide an alluring tropical setting for this small, unspoiled and sun-drenched retreat. Oceanview dining, candlelit dinners, poolside barbecues, deserted island picnics - all will become fond memories of your stay at the Meridian Club. Dress at the Club is always casual and shoes are optional, even at dinner. Bathing suits with cover-ups or sport clothes are the norm at lunch. Informal summer evening clothes for ladies, and sport shirts, slacks and even shorts for men, are perfect for dinner. We have had only one or two necktie sightings on Pine Cay in the last ten years.

The Club is an environmentally sensitive resort, ideal for those seeking an unspoiled retreat. Its 12 rooms and the Sand Dollar Cottage, are set among sand dunes, sea oats and sea grapes, and close to the beach. Some of the privately owned cottages that share the island are also available for rent. Guests spend their days relaxing and/or taking advantage of the resort's many extraordinary activities. Options include swimming, biking, sailing, shelling, snorkeling, playing tennis, and swimming in the fresh-water pool. The staff can arrange exceptional bone-fishing and deep-sea fishing, plus excursions to nearby Turks & Caicos islands. For rates, availability, or reservations, call Five Star Alliance at 888-5 Star-11.

Note Bene
The Resort's closes every year on August 1st and reopens on November 1st. The Meridian Club features 12 Club Rooms plus a lavish, romantic Honeymoon Cottage. The highlight of the day at the Meridian Club is the candle-lit dinner, usually a four-course meal served from 7:30 to 8:30 pm, served in the indoor dining room or at teakwood tables outside in the garden under the stars.
Fine Dining on Site
Three meals plus afternoon tea are included in the Club Room rates. All meals are served by the Club, and feature a broad menu of mainland and island favorites; breakfast is to order, lunch is buffet, and dinner is usually a four-course meal.
High Speed Internet
Available Internet room with DSL connection.
Child Programs
Children over 12 are welcome year round.
Biking, Touring
Explore Pine Cay by peddling your way along the trails and paths which crisscross the island.
Ecological Tourism
With more than 33% of its land and waters set aside for preservation, The Turks and Caicos Islands is deserving of its slogan "Beautiful by Nature". Guests have a wide array of eco-oriented excursions available to them.
Fishing - Ocean
Bonefishing on the flats off Pine Cay is excellent and challenging. Whether you are a seasoned expert or a raw beginner, Club guides will assist you in every way and take you to their favorite spot.
Open to the public, The Provo Golf & Country Club offers a lushly landscaped 18-hole golf course, consistently rated among the top ten in the Caribbean. Transportation to course is via plane or water taxi.
Small sailboats are available on the beach

Hotel Address

The Meridian Club
Pine Cay
Turks and Caicos

Directions to Hotel
The Meridian Club will arrange transfers between Provo and Pine Cay. Transfers are by air-taxi and occasionally by boat. For safety reasons, neither the boat nor the air-taxi transfer is possible after sunset or before sunrise.

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