Winter Blues Turn Turquoise in the Turks & Caicos 5th Night FREE on all room categories this winter

The Somerset on Grace Bay has long understood the importance of balancing great travel experiences with much-needed family time and cost. Therefore, starting January 3rd, a 5th Night Free promotion is being offered for the winter months, the time when a warm weather break is needed most. Now more than ever, value and pure together time have never been so priceless.

The 5th Night Free is valid for consecutive night stays in all room categories through February 28, 2009, making it ideal for a post-holiday getaway, Valentine’s Day weekend or school vacation with the family. Winter rates start at $600 double occupancy per night for a Standard Gardenview Room and go to $4,000 double occupancy per night in a five bedroom penthouse ocean view suite.

What sets The Somerset on Grace Bay apart is the welcome simplicity of its daily resort life. It begins in a spacious suite, with cheerfully designed interiors that put guests in an upbeat mood. After all, The Somerset’s aim is to encourage guests to do nothing more than enjoy day after day of leisure. And beyond the suites, there’s the setting. Located on five acres of idyllic sugar-sand beachfront, the views from The Somerset over the brilliant turquoise water are nothing short of breathtaking.

The decidedly unscheduled experiences at The Somerset revolve around water. Guests can begin with a session in the luxuriously long 105-foot, reverse-current lap pool that stretches nearly into the ocean and pipes in soothing underwater music. A separate 72-foot infinity edge pool overlooks the beach and features a zero-entry shallow area perfect for toddlers. For those who prefer to add a dash of salt water to their routine, Grace Bay beach has been recognized as one of the 10 best beaches in the world with shallow depths and gentle surf that is perfect for young children and swimmers.

The Somerset is set on the pristine beaches of Grace Bay, on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. Opened in June 2006, The Somerset is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World and has been providing guests with a five-star luxury resort experiences since its inception. The resort’s O’Soleil restaurant is one of the top tables in the Caribbean, serving the inspired, contemporary fare of Executive Chef Lauren Callighen, a new star in the Caribbean culinary scene. The Somerset’s 54 exceptionally large suites range from 1,353 to 5,327 square feet and all feature marble baths, gourmet kitchens and delightfully appointed interiors. For reservations or more information, visit, or call 1-649-946-5900.

Source: Conran Communications

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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".