We offer Room Service, but do not offer in-house restaurant or bar service. In a couple of minutes nearby, you find some of the best places to have lunch, drinks or dinner. Enjoy!
With a restaurant scene on par with some of the finest cities in the world, the Turk & Caicos Islands holds its own when talking about gourmet restaurants. One of the finest and most delightful of these is the gazebo-style restaurant Coyaba, which offers up fresh, sumptuous and artfully-prepared French/Caribbean fusion fare. Indeed, Coyaba is the Arawak word for “heavenly,” and Chef Paul Newman, who is a bit of a revelation, is always changing up his menu to create succulent and inspired plates that can please the palates of even the most discerning foodies, gourmands, food critics, celebrities and tourists.
If you arrive in Provo on a late-evening flight, you still have a chance for fine dining. This is one of the few restaurants on the island open until 11 pm. A beautifully landscaped patio makes a quietly elegant setting. The menu here emphasizes meat: a fire-grilled rib-eye steak with cognac-cream sauce, filet mignon with horseradish demi-glace, and pork chops with salsa. If you want fish, order one of the daily specials. The best part of the meal is dessert; who can pass up the chocolate brownies with ice cream? Make sure to have a nightcap at the bar; it gets lively around 10.
Cabana offers Tuscany guests beachside and poolside service with in-room dining options as well.
At Cabana Bar & Grill the wind whispers through the