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Pine Cay Resort

Pine Cay
$1,800 – 
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Pool and beach at Pine Cay
The Pine Cay resort is located on a spectacular and secluded beach.

The Pine Cay Resort is a unique private island resort on the tranquil Pine Cay. This 5-star Relais & Chateaux property offers a laid-back and Hemingwayesque atmosphere on a spectacular island—a truly rare experience.

Each room stay includes à la carte dining daily for two, including breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Drinks are not included.

The history of the Pine Cay Resort (formerly the Meridian Club) is quite interesting. Prior to the establishment of the Loyalist settlers in the Turks and Caicos in the latter 1700s, Pine Cay and the adjacent Parrot Cay served as lairs for pirates and privateers, mainly due to their freshwater pond resources. In the early days of the 1900s Pine Cay became one of the first destinations in the country to be a luxury retreat and planned community, when Countess Helen Czernin of Austria-Hungary pioneered the island’s foray into tourism.

The Accommodations

Room at the Pine Cay Resort
The room at the resort are spacious and comfortable.

The Pine Cay Resort offers several accommodation options, including beachfront rooms onsite at the resort, and managed villa rentals of some of the island’s residences.

All of the rooms at the resort are beachfront, and are available with a single king bed, or with two twin beds. A screened-in porch fronts each room, and has chairs and a table. Rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, a safe, a mini fridge, and a small library.

The villa choices vary from one to four-bedroom houses, both on the beach and overlooking the secluded ponds or turquoise Caicos Banks. In addition to a more spacious accommodation, villas tend to offer a bit more seclusion.


The Bistro at the Pine Cay Resort offers both indoor and oceanfront outdoor dining, and serves a wide menu of international cuisine that’s complemented by fresh baked goods. Locally caught fish, lobster, and conch factor into many dishes.

For guests staying at a villa, catering and private chef services may be arranged, as well as picnic lunches.

Above: The resort offerd gourmet dining at its onsite restaurant.   Top right:  Top left:  The resort's bar.   Bottom right:  Top right:  The bar at the resort serves a full range of drinks, including wine, beer, and mixed cocktails.  

Things to Do

Sailboats and kayaks at Pine Cay
The resort offers a range of activity amenities, including the use of kayaks and Hobie Cat sailboats.

The attractions and activities of Pine Cay revolve around the island’s beautiful environment, and there’s plenty to do. Discover water sports, land activities, hiking, relaxing at the beach and pool, and more. Guests staying at the resort enjoy complimentary daily snorkeling trips, and access to Hobie Cat sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, beach volleyball, bicycles, tennis courts, a mini basketball court, and a fitness center. Another tranquil thing to do is to enjoy a treatment at the resort’s Sand Dollar Spa, or take part in yoga lessons.

A significant part of Pine Cay’s ambiance is its disconnect from modern tech and bustle. There are no cars (only silent electric golf carts) on the island, which is very quiet. Land sports include tennis, cycling, and basketball.

The concierge at the Pine Cay Resort can also arrange for excursions or boat charters from Providenciales, including scuba diving and snorkeling adventures, and island hopping tours.

Above: The restaurant has poolside terrace dining.   Top right:  Top left:  Enjoy a full range of drinks.   Bottom right:  Top right:  The resort's restaurant offers intimate beach and terrace dining.  

Pine Cay Beach

The highlight of Pine Cay is the incredible beach that lines the island’s north coast. Although not as extensive as the world-famous Grace Bay Beach, the water and sand quality of the beach is unparalleled.

Due to the limited development and residences on Pine Cay, the island’s two-mile (3.4 km) beach is almost always deserted. Pine Cay is connected by a sandbar to the uninhabited and likewise exquisite Water Cay, which has miles of pristine coast to explore as well.

Getting to Pine Cay and the Resort

All scheduled international flights to the Turks and Caicos land at the Providenciales International Airport (PLS), and domestic transport between Providenciales and Pine Cay usually takes place by small plane or boat.

The island of Pine Cay has both a dock for mid to smaller-sized vessels and a private surfaced airstrip. The resort typically arranges transport for guests, either by boat or by charter flight per guest preferences.

Visitors arriving by private planes or yachts should contact the Pine Cay Resort for arrival information.

Rooms and Suites

2 guests
King Room with Sea View
1 king bed
Sleeps 3
Meals included
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Air Conditioning
Gym / Fitness Center
Hobie Cat
Snorkel Gear
Tennis Court