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Turks and Caicos has grown into a popular travel destination for beach lovers. Providenciales, an island in Turks and Caicos, is home to the white sand beach known as Grace Bay Beach. Due to its turquoise clear waters, great snorkeling, and pristine sand, Grace Bay is now home to a number of award-winning resorts and boutique hotels. Find relaxation and adventure when you book a suite at one of these 11 best resorts on Grace Bay.
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Gansevoort brings style and modernity to Grace Bay. This luxury resort is perfect for those looking for a great atmosphere to both party and relax while in Turks and Caicos. When you aren’t enjoying this resort’s beachside access, take advantage of the onsite spa, beach bar, gourmet restaurant and infinity pool. The rooms here make guests feel right at home, as they come with complimentary WiFi and kitchenettes.
Grace Bay Club isn’t just a resort, it’s a luxury property that offers guests a number of incredible amenities. Parents will love taking advantage of the kids club here while enjoying the not one but three infinity pools. If you’re looking for a tranquil escape besides the beach, then visit Grace Bay Club’s 5,000-square-foot spa.
Beaches Turks & Caicos is one of the top resorts to stay in for families since this resort complex features a water park, six pools, and a number of restaurants. Kids will enjoy the 45,000-square-foot water park or the Xbox lounge. Teens will even have a good time here, as there is a youth dance club at Beaches. The pickiest of eaters are sure to find something to enjoy at one of the 20 restaurants found on the property, serving anything from burgers to sushi. And with the resort within walking distance to the beach, it seems to have everything a family would need to enjoy Grace Bay.
For those looking for a home away from home, a villa or suite at The Somerset is sure to please. With private terraces, a full kitchen, and even washers and dryers, the apartment-style accommodations at The Somerset at Grace Bay make for a private and relaxing experience. Guests will enjoy the beachfront location, however, with two pools, spa treatments, an on-site restaurant and the only regulation croquet lawn on the islands, you may never want to leave the property.
What this resort lacks in size, it makes up for in service. At only 46 rooms, this luxury property is perfect for those wanting to get away from it all, including the hordes of tourists. The rooms here range from quaint studios to four-bedroom suites. No matter what room you choose to book at West Bay Club, every guest has access to the great amenities here, like the poolside bar and grill, infinity pool, and even a service that will provide a well-stocked fridge for an extra fee.
The ultimate resort for seclusion and privacy during your stay at Turks and Caicos is Beach House. Beach House has only 21 suites, which are spacious apartment-style pads. Since Beach House is located on its own quiet stretch of white sand, you won’t find the party scene here and that is exactly how guests at Beach House like it. Enjoy the onsite restaurant where the menu is ever-changing and dishes are made with fresh herbs from the on-site herb garden. Beach House also offers a number of great activities for guests from paddleboarding to snorkeling.
For travelers on a budget, Villa de Mar is one of the more affordable options on this list. Villa de Mar does not skimp on amenities, as each of the 42 suites comes with kitchenettes, washer and dryers, and balconies or patios. Just a short walk away from Grace Bay Beach and numerous restaurants, Villa de Mar’s ideal location is an attractive feature for travelers. You don’t even need to leave the resort to have a great time, as Villa de Mar is home to two swimming pools and a hot tub.
Guests will find the most jaw-dropping pool at The Regent Grand, which is located near shops, restaurants and the beach. The heated infinity pool is laid with mosaic tiles and has a poolside bar. Couples will enjoy the honeymoon packages available, while families should take advantage of the babysitting services and kids activities offered here. No matter if you’re looking for a studio stay or a four-bedroom suite, The Regent Grand offers all guests free WiFi, kitchenettes in every unit and flat screen TVs.
Many travelers to Turks and Caicos head to the islands to do one thing: snorkel. If you’re looking to explore the reefs here, then book a room at Windsong Resort. Windsong Resort is right on the beach, and only feet away from some of the best snorkeling in the area along Bight Reef. If this snorkeling spot doesn’t convince you to stay at Windsong, then maybe the accommodations will. The oceanfront suites at Windsong Resort feature pillow-top beds, ten-foot ceilings, custom wood cabinetry, equipped full kitchens, laundry rooms, travertine marble flooring and full marble baths.
Alexandra Resort is perfect for outdoorsy travelers and fun-loving families. When mom and dad need a break, Alexandra Resort offers a kid’s day camp at an affordable daily rate. Alexandra Resort hasn’t made this list just because of the family-centered amenities but also due to the complimentary snorkeling gear, kayaks and bike rentals offered to guests.
Sands at Grace Bay pleases all different kinds of travelers from families to newlyweds to water sports enthusiasts. Walk to downtown to enjoy some great shopping, or simply relax by one of the three pools here. This 114-room resort offers complimentary bikes, a variety of excursion options and an onsite bar and restaurant called Hemingway’s. From a candlelit dinner to a spa treatment, romance and relaxation can be found at Sands at Grace Bay.