Designed by the renowned Mexican architect Marco Aldaco, wonderful villa Bajacu, which means “rising sun” in the language of the natives of the Caribbean, has hosted the pages of leading travel and architectural publications such as the Architectural Digest. Villa Bajacu it’s a true architectural jewel on the island of Providenciales Turks & Caicos, in which dominate its exciting 270-degree views, tropical gardens and absolute serenity.

The villa is built on a hill to the south of the island and features two infinity pools that “embrace” the master bedroom creating a truly zen environment. The villa has a total of 5 bedrooms, each with a private terrace that provide stunning sea views, en-suite bathrooms, walk-in closets, Flat TVs, DVD players and safe. The master bedroom is in a separate building, thus ensuring maximum privacy and tranquility.

Two comfortable dining rooms, an indoor and outdoor one, are available to visitors at all hours of the day as well as the experienced staff, made up of a butler, a chef, a gardener and a maid, who will care for the guests’ every need. Something else that steals guests’ impressions is wonderful “palapa”, a independent semi-covered lounge to relax day or night; it is decorated with unique artworks from Asia and Africa to create a serene atmosphere, while being surrounded by the beautiful tropical gardens of the villa that have a total area of ​​11 acres.

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