Seven Stars Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Seven Stars Resort Providenciales
Travel Blogs from Providenciales
... some scary incidents, no great commendable progress but nevertheless progress. I am enjoying it and Brian is having a blast with his yellow frankenboard. Perhaps he will add his editorial comments and his musings in the next few days...
I would like to report that I have made great progress with my kiteboarding but sadly that is not the case at all. I have been trying to recover from a pretty bad ...
... a real school to head to our first destination, a government farm. At the farm were hundreds of plants native and endemic to the Turks and Caicos islands, including the Turks Head Cactus which are significant to the TCI. We then hopped back on the bus to head to Middle Caicos. We drove across a long causeway to reach Middle Caicos. After a visit to Middle Caicos (see next blog entry) we returned to North to head back to the ferry station. This time ...
... at the counter after I double checked the payment had not gone thru. Phew. I had a 2 hour stopover in Miami and this is a mega airport with loads of shops/food and trains connecting u to gates within the same terminal. I hate that the US requires you to collect your bag and go thru all the check-in/security procedures even though I'm just connecting on the same airline. And get passport stamped when you’re not even staying in the USA. Irritating.
... trip up to Point Grace and then back.
Dinner was at the Sharkbite, which turned out to be much more exciting than anticipated because of the Belmont Stakes. Had the chips and salsa to start. They were surprisingly good. Alex's dinner came with an ice cream which was much better than Island Scoops, so he was happy. Brian was brave and got the conch sandwich, which we all tried. And we all agreed that it was mild and sort of like ...
... airport (located on the most 'developed' island of Providenciales), we were enchanted by layers and layers of colors - the sparkling deep blue of the ocean, the aqua waters covering the barrier reef, and, of course, the infamous white sands of Grace Bay. Pink, white and marine blue houses greeted us from the roadside, as we drove to our hotel in the rental car we had reserved for the week. And the rum punch - oh, the wonderful rum punch that was handed ...