Celebrating its 20th anniversary this month, GRACE BAY CLUB in Turks and Caicos proves it knows the recipe for success. The club is equal parts pampering and sublime relaxation mixed with exquisite food, attentive staff and endless amenities (hello, pop-up restaurant, free ­Wi-Fi anywhere on property and free local and long-distance phone calls), all topped off with an ever-evolving number of property additions, including the recently acquired West Bay Club, as well as The Residences, a stand-alone residential luxury microresort currently under construction. With such a creative mix, it’s no wonder that since opening in 1993, Grace Bay Club — the flagship property of boutique-hotel company Grace Bay Resorts — has remained one of the most renowned properties on Providenciales. Centrally located along the famous Grace Bay Beach, which features 12 miles of pristine white sand and the calmest, clearest turquoise-blue surf imaginable, the resort caters to a certain type of traveler: i.e., the one who wants to enjoy the trip of a lifetime. Whether embarking on an Island Vibes boat trip to snorkel one of the best coral reefs in the world (then lunching on fresh conch), unwinding with a relaxing spa treatment (we favor the Elemis Herbal Lavender Repair Facial) or dining under the stars at the resort’s beachfront Anacaona restaurant (save room for the Chocolate Gourmandize) after a leisurely day at the beach, all your expectations — and then some — will be met. From $620, www.gracebayresorts.com