When it comes to choosing exclusive private resorts in the Caribbean visitors really are spoiled for choice. Each property seems to boast a more beautiful ocean view than the last, making choosing one quite a difficult decision. The Grace Bay Club is set apart by its attention to detail, especially when it comes to food. The resort has the usual – and we may add, still enjoyable – causal ocean front bistro, swim-up pool bar and lounge on the beach. But, it also has the longest bar in the Caribbean; the Infiniti bar, which stretches to the shores of Grace Bay and serves tapas and cocktails. As well as, Krave: a pool side restaurant specialising in gourmet comfort food and Anacaona, an intimate, open-air gourmet restaurant. The only oceanfront restaurant in Providenciales, and truly a place where foodies will delight. Plus, a new pop-up restaurant and bar concept has opened on the Grace Bay Beach. Stix on Grace Bay offers ‘everything on a stick’ and boasts innovative, hyper-local cuisine and creative cocktails.
Located at the western end of Providenciales, the Turks and Caicos archipelago, Grace Bay Club is home on a beautiful 12 mile stretch of Grace Bay Beach. A short drive from the island’s International airport, the resort boasts 11-acres of immaculate coastline and truly stunning views.
The Grace Bay Club seamlessly blends the concept of family friendly holidays with luxurious couple retreats. The property combines a beachfront adults-only Turks and Caicos Hotel, as well as spacious, family-friendly, Turks and Caicos Villas – and then there are the estate residences, which are exclusive resorts within resorts. With 25-metre lap pools, poolside bars and cabanas, beach beds, Jacuzzis and a kids splash pool, or adults plunge pool; the collection of 22 custom designed residences cater to your every whim.
Why We Like It
As well as being a gorgeous resort in an unbeatable location with delicious food offering and a wide variety of accommodation options; The Grace Bay Club is also committed to helping the environment and people in its local community. In 2009 they launched the Community Foundation outreach program that seeks to provide education scholarships, funding for local schools and parks and environmental protection.