Where To Stay on Grand Turk The Best Hotels, Resorts & Villas
Grand Turk Island is roughly 6.9 square miles (18 square kilometres) and is the home of the nation’s capital of Cockburn Town. Passengers arrive by air via the JAGS McCartney International Airport, or for day excursions via ships arriving regularly at the new Cruise Ship Terminal. The island boasts a population of approximately 3800 people, and is considered the administrative and cultural centre of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Grand Turk is home to the National Museum, Conch World, and is popular among divers for the pristine reef and wall diving found just a ten minute boat ride from shore. Grand Turk is one of a handful of islands which are considered to be contenders to the claim of being Christopher Columbus’ first landfall in the new world.
The Grand Turk Lighthouse was erected in 1852
Osprey Beach Hotel
Your room overlooking the beach and sunset. Photo provided by the Osprey Beach Hotel.
Located on the beautiful historic Duke Street on the island of Grand Turk, the Osprey Beach Hotel backs onto a pristine stretch of white sandy beach. Breathtaking ocean views, private balconies right onto the beach, and an excellent on-site restaurant are just some of the benefits of staying at The Osprey. You’re also centrally located to other restaurants, bars, shopping, services and excursion operators, including SCUBA. Some rooms are equipped with kitchenettes and grocery shopping is also nearby.A – Z: Contact details for the Osprey Beach Hotel
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