Seven Stars in Turks and Caicos is Beyond Dreamy

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Take some hopeless romantics add in some incredible vacation destinations and you’ve got yourself an episode of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. Season after season we jealously watch as these couples get to experience dates you could only dream of like private concerts or chartered yachts. While it seems like you’d have to sign up for a reality show to have a shot at this kind of romance, one hotel is focused on making it a reality for all its guests.

Seven Stars Resort in Turks and Caicos has all the basics needed to make it a TV-worthy setting. Situated on the stunning Grace Bay, this luxury property has turquoise waters, white sand beaches and suites complete with a Jacuzzis and balconies with ocean views to help set the mood. Special add-ons like a couple’s massage even end with the therapists placing your hands together upping the romance factor even more. And like the show, guests can have their own version of a rose ceremony by sipping on cocktails at the oceanfront fire pit, just minus the uncomfortable competition of course.


Though that could be enough to fit The Bachelor‘s high-end standards, it’s the truly unique romantic experiences the property has created that will make you feel like you’re living a dream. Take the private island adventure day trip for example; any daring duo can book this four-hour excursion where a boat drops you off on a deserted beach with nothing but towels, umbrellas, some beach chairs, lunch and some necessary-for-survival wine. The rest of the adventure is up to you. Catch up with your partner without all the real world distractions or take a dip in the ocean without any prying eyes. Bonus: no camera crew is there to capture the moment meaning what happens on your private islands stays there.

Couples can also check out a 130,000-year-old cave nearby by taking a boat to Middle Caicos, go horseback riding along the beach and even see the spectacular glow worms light up the shallow sea waters around the full moon. For those looking to follow Bachelor tradition, you can even hire a helicopter to take you on a tour over the stunning islands.

And what episode wouldn’t be complete without a totally private dinner-for-two at the ocean’s edge after a day of adventure? Called “Toes in the Sand” dinner, the hotel provides couples the chance to dine on the beach at sunset under your own candle-lit cabana. A personal server greets you before you and your partner are led down a tiki-torch lit path to a table set for two. What follows is nothing short of a fantasy; from the gourmet meal created by the award-winning onsite restaurant Seven to the natural soundtrack of the ocean waves, it’s next to impossible not to fall in love.

So, there’s only one thing left to ask at the end of your romantic getaway: will you accept this rose?

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