The Caribbean’s first luxury kiteboarding resort is open on Long Bay Beach in the Turks and Caicos and it has a name as unique as its niche: H20 Life. Style. Resort. We’ll call it H2O for short.
H2O is the latest venture between Canadian entrepreneurs and hoteliers, Rob Ayer and Nicolas Boucher. The two identified a gap in the market – a wellness getaway that invites guests to maintain and enjoy their active lifestyles in a consciously designed setting. The resort opened safely and quietly in early 2021 and is now in full swing for kitesurfing enthusiasts and luxury vacation goers alike.
Among the resort’s new features for 2023:
- Surf Shop, an onsite destination for everything from swimsuits to sunscreen & fashionable resort wear.
- Brand-new jet boat for private charters and jet skis added to H2O’s watercraft fleet.
- Saturday and Sundays handmade pizza prepared by renowned chef Nazzareno Galosi at the beach bar.
- Dining option- weekly/daily private chef or stocked ready-to-eat meals in-suite.
H20’s 25 ultra-modern suites are available in a range of layouts to host groups and occasions of all sizes. The resort’s expansive suites are bright with contemporary touches and furnishings by Restoration Hardware. The suites are designed so guests can enjoy daylong views of turquoise waters and walkout outdoor patios and terraces with crisp ocean breezes and views.
Away from the crowds, H2O’s Long Bay beachfront offers ideal and safe conditions for kiteboarding, windsurfing and wing foiling. Rooftop yoga, court sports and a 24-hour fitness center with private training session options are also available.
Guests can also lounge poolside at the child-friendly pool complete with a large hot tub, or relax at the oceanfront infinity pool to take in unparalleled views.
Other amenities include in-suite massages overlooking the sea and Tesla house cars.
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