Seven Stars on Turks and Caicos rolls out enhancements

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A refurbishment of Seven Stars Resort and Spa includes the addition of a second saltwater pool for adults.
A refurbishment of Seven Stars Resort and Spa includes the addition of a second saltwater pool for adults.

The Seven Stars Resort & Spa on Grace Bay Beach has completed a full redesign of the 167-suite property.

The $12 million investment represents the property's third capital improvement project since it opened in 2009.

The latest plan included a redesign of all suites and the living room lobby, the addition of a second saltwater pool for adults and an expanded spa and boutique.

More than 600 framed works by artist Andrew Humke, who worked in residence at Seven Stars for six months, adorn the walls of the lobby and the guest suites.

Culinary enhancements will be rolled out later this year, including a private dining room to accommodate chef's table experiences for small groups.

Also planned are two organic gardens, including one above the signature Seven restaurant that will double as an open-air rooftop garden and private dining space.

Already in place is an interactive mixology class offered at The Bar at Seven.

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