SITUATED DIRECTLY ON LONG BAY BEACH.
H2O is an exclusive collection of only 15 luxury condos which make up our boutique 25 room resort. Benefitting from easterly trade winds, blessed with a tranquil beach and reflected in turquoise waters, H2O offers contemporary design in a stunning natural setting. Two and a half miles long, Long Bay Beach has been named a favorite of the “Top International Islands for Beaches” by Condé Nast Traveler.
H2O is an ideal resort for those looking for a quiet, hassle-free alternative to increasingly crowded Grace Bay and especially a unique place for watersports enthusiasts. Our 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom suites have been thoughtfully designed and furnished by Restoration Hardware.
OUR SUITES WILL ENCHANT YOU!
Life takes us
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The pickle-ball court is a fun activity everyone can enjoy and the adjacent tennis court is available to our guests. Drag a friend to the well-equipped gym or become one with nature at our outdoor yoga pavilion with class schedules provided on demand.
For the kiteboard enthusiasts, we offer a selection of new Cabrinha gear for rent and windsurfing equipment and Hobie sailboats as well. email us to reserve you gear of choice. If you need, we offer certified kiteboard and windsurfing instructions onsite.
Kayaks and paddleboards are complimentary.
A well-kept kiteboarding secret, the shallow Caicos Banks are blissfully warm and protected from large ocean swells.
Crisp clean winds and endless reaches attract kiteboarders and windsurfers from around the world.
kayak & SUP
Sustainability and the environment are important to us.
H2O is located next to a four acre protected green space containing plants unique to this part of the island. Our beach dune area will remain in its natural state and provide privacy between the development and the beach. H2O will utilize best in practice energy efficient systems wherever possible and will recycle water for use in landscaping.
Solar energy for all common area facilities
High efficiency AC systems
Low wattage lighting
Water retention for irrigation