Pine Cay – the privately owned island occupied by 36 homeowners and a small exclusive resort called The Meridian Club consists of 13 beachfront hotel rooms, a restaurant, bar and spa.
Pine Cay is tucked away in the heart of Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean. Turks and Caicos are one of the world’s most luxurious archipelagos, consisting of eight large islands and over a hundred tiny caves.
Turks and Caicos lie off the southeastern tip of the Bahamas and encompass one of the largest coral reef systems in the world. So not surprisingly, diving is one of the top things to do here. From exquisite white sand beaches to nature trails, iguana reserves and underground caves, the island draws in tourists repeatedly.
Visitors come here for the unique Maritime sports, including everything from diving in the Columbus National Marine Park to windsurfing and deep-sea diving. And because the journey from Miami takes less than two hours, it’s a favourite choice for anyone craving a fast getaway.
This small island nation of fewer than 100,000 people comprises 40 islands with just about eight inhabited. That means there are a lot of virgin beaches in Turks and Caicos. The island is famous for its amicable people and all the conch you can eat. Pine Cay is located between Cuba and the Bahamas.
Pine Cay an 800-acre private island known for its luxurious resort. Featuring just 11 premium beachfront rooms, two luxury beachfront cottages and eight rental villas, it is a paradise on earth where you can take a break from the world and return to nature.
But one spot, in particular, is one of the sought-after destinations in Turks and Caicos.
Pine Cay is home to an often-overlooked and tranquil all-inclusive resort destination: the Meridian Club. It is a private island hideaway resort in the Caribbean on Pine Cay, with two miles of deserted, pristine white-sand beach, just 90 minutes by air from Miami.
The island has a no-car policy, so electric golf carts and bicycles are the primary means of transport.
At the gourmet restaurant, discover various culinary traditions as you savour the chef’s tropical-influenced cuisine. The exclusivity of Pine Cay, its Caribbean culture, and its commitment to preserving a pristine environment are priceless qualities ensuring that your stay is nothing short of exceptional.
With a minimum rate of $2,286 per night, the exclusive resort inside Pine Cay is your chance for a picture-perfect gateway this summer.