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Ambergris Cay

Big Ambergris Cay, Turks & Caicos Islands

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The Premises 

Ambergris Cay is one perfectly portioned piece of the Turks and Caicos puzzle. This picturesque private island of white sand, rock, tropical foliage and sunbathing iguanas is home to a dreamy, all-inclusive resort offering the holy grail of island getaways. Ten beach cottages house airy suites ripe for honeymooning, and seven villas, dotted along the coast and catering for larger groups, bring plenty of beachside glamour and more privacy. Whether you spend your time blissfully barefoot in the sand or out on the waves with the whales, if you were looking for a missing piece in your luxury traveller’s jigsaw this might just fit the gap.

Ambergris Cay

Ambergris Cay Big Ambergris Cay, TKCA 1ZZTurks & Caicos Islands


Compliments of the House 

A one-hour massage per stay

At the Hotel 

CHECK-OUT: 11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Rates include an à la carte breakfast, including eggs however you like ‘em, pancakes, acacia bowls and more, served daily in the Calico restaurant from 6 to 10am. There’s a four-night minimum stay, extended to seven nights from 24 December to 1 January.


Free WiFi, laundry service (extra fee), and 1,100 acres of grounds to explore. All meals, beverages, non-motorised water sports, flights to/from Providenciales International Airport and dedicated island host service are included in the price of your stay. In rooms: air conditioning, TV, iPod docking station, mini bar, bathrobes, hair dryer, tea-making facilities, Nespresso machine, iron and ironing board, umbrella, free bottled water, L'Occitane bath products.


Waterproof binoculars for zooming in on those frolicking humpback whales from on deck.


While the island undoubtedly attracts adult couples and groups seeking privacy and relaxation, children are also welcome to stay here and enjoy the beach, pools and cactus-strewn landscape.


There’s a strong sustainable focus in play with the aim of preserving the natural beauty of this Caribbean island. Water is cleaned for reuse through reverse osmosis water purification and the resort generates much of its own electrical power.


The spa has two indoor treatment rooms and one open-air cabana, where you can pick from a menu of relaxing therapies such as deep tissue or heated bamboo massages, body scrubs and wraps (choose from chocolate, blueberry or mango) or oceanfront couple’s massages complete with champagne. You’ll need to book your treatment 24 hours in advance. Personal trainers or guided yoga sessions are available on request, and you can make use of two tennis courts and a pickle ball court.


There’s one communal outdoor saltwater heated pool on site, open 7am to 7pm. Each residence also has its own private plunge pool or infinity pool. Guests have private beach access to the many stretches of white sand or stone around the island’s coastline.


There’s an additional fee for in-room beauty and spa treatments. The nature of the island terrain makes Ambergris Cay unsuitable for wheelchair users.


When you make your booking you’ll need to provide your flight arrival information so that your inter-island transfer to Ambergris Cay International Airport can be arranged. Guests arriving by private plane need to liaise directly with the hotel.


The beachfront pool suites, veranda-wrapped cottages sitting right on the sands, had us charmed from the start. These palm-flanked abodes have their own plunge pools just outside, and bring the beach and ocean vistas through full-length glass doors into fresh, contemporary interiors with white vaulting and gentle pops of Caribbean colour. While they make for a wonderful couple’s getaway, if having close neighbours is not to your liking, it’s time to upgrade to a villa. If you’re travelling with a group and want to fulfil their very wildest dreams, look no further than the aptly named Dream Pavilion. This is the largest of the villas, with six fabulous bedrooms, its own private chef, two swimming pools and expansive terrace space from which to take in those panoramic ocean views.

Food & Drink 

Unforgettable Features 

Chef Carmen calls the shots at Calico, where you can eat outdoors with a view of the gardens and ocean, or in the evening gather around the fire pit. Breakfast (6–10am), lunch (10am–5pm) and dinner (5–10pm) are all served here, and you can choose from Caribbean and internationally influenced dishes, from grilled lobster to seafood paella. Special themed nights make the most of seasonal cuisine to bring the tastes of India, Jamaica and other flavoursome destinations to your plate. If you have any special dietary needs, including kosher requirements, let the restaurant know well in advance. If you’re staying in the Dream Pavilion you’ll already have a private chef at your disposal, but residents of the other villas can also book a private chef to cook them a special meal.

Liquid Bliss 

The Calico bar is an outdoor affair, all the better to appreciate the best sunsets on the island, along with bar snacks and maybe a Grand Cru vintage red from the sommelier’s list.

Experience the Extraordinary 

Even if you want to do the bare minimum of sunning and swimming when you get here, it’s good to remember that there are plenty of activities included in your room rate. Should you wish to, you can go kayaking, snorkelling or bone fishing. Hit the tennis courts, the hiking and biking trails, or take your golf buggy out for a spin around the coastline. Basically, every activity from paddle board to pickle ball has been thought of. You’ll need to pay an additional fee for some activities, such as whale watching, motorised watersports, off-shore fishing trips and day trips to neighbouring cays. But at the end of the day, don’t forget another extra-special benefit of your all-inclusive stay at Ambergris Cay: a champagne-soaked day trip to the floating tiki bar at Little Ambergris Cay.


Ambergris Cay is in the Turks and Caicos islands in the Caribbean.


Providenciales International Airport (PLS) is a 20-minute flight away from Ambergris Cay International Airport, the island’s narrow landing strip and welcome point. The resort offers a complimentary transfer from Providenciales airport for all guests – from here you’ll be driven to Blue Hero FBO to take your connecting 20-minute jet flight to Ambergris Cay. If you’re travelling in your own private plane, liaise with the resort in advance to organise your arrival. When you book your accommodation you’ll need to provide your flight arrival information, whether you’re using the free inter-island transfer service or a private plane.


Ambergris Cay Big Ambergris Cay, TKCA 1ZZTurks & Caicos Islands

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