The Grace Bay Club
Providenciales, Turks & Caicos islands
based on 7 nights inc. flights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
International economy flights and taxes from the UK
based on 2 people sharing a junior suite on a bed and breakfast basis, including return private road transfers.
At a Glance
Set right on the stunning Grace Bay Beach
Choice of adult only accommodation at "the hotel" or suite accommodation at "the villas"
Family friendly with small children's club and programme
Stunning Penthouses with hot tub on the balcony and amazing panoramic sea views
Complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel
Best time to Visit
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Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.
To start planning your holiday to The Grace Bay Club
A luxury suite-only property set on the stunning Grace Bay beach on the island of Providenciales at the western end of the Turks and Caicos archipelago, The Grace Bay Club is infused with Caribbean authenticity.
The Grace Bay Club is an intimate and elegant property located along 11 acres of immaculate beach with white powdery sand and turquoise blue water.
Each of the 60 spacious suites has a living room and terrace overlooking the white beach and azure waters of the Turks and Caicos. 22 suites are adult only, and 38 are housed within 4 villas which are purpose built for families. For the ultimate in luxury, the Grace Bay Penthouse Suite offers three en suite bedrooms with both garden and oceanic views, two media rooms, two rooftop Jacuzzis, TVs in every bedroom, full kitchen, Bose sound system and wireless internet throughout.
At the Grace Bay Club hotel, you can do as little or as much as you like: watch the magical sunsets while relaxing in The Lounge with a refreshing cocktail or take advantage of the Club’s facilities, including the Anani Spa, water sports, tennis courts and the nearby Provo Golf and Country Club. The spa boasts six treatment rooms, including a couple’s room, a manicure/pedicure room and an area for facials, massages or body treatments.
In the evening, the beachfront Anacaona Restaurant offers gourmet cuisine al fresco, and you can follow this with a drink at the Infiniti, the Caribbean's longest bar which stretches 90 feet to the shores of Grace Bay Beach!
The relaxed sophistication infuses this all-suite resort with an authentic, Caribbean flavour. The Grace Bay Club features 22 adult only Suites and 38 Suites housed in the four new Grace Bay Club Villas. For the ultimate in luxury the Grace Bay Penthouse Suite features two en suite ocean front master bedrooms, one en suite garden view bedroom with two queen beds, two media rooms, private elevator access, two rooftop Jacuzzis, TVs in every bedroom, full kitchen, Bose sound system and wireless internet.
|Grace Bay Junior Suite||
These oceanfront suites have a bedroom/living room combination, a terrace, kitchenette and full bathroom. With up to 1,080 square feet of space, they offer room to relax amid the tranquility of Grace Bay Club.
|Luxury One Bedroom Suite||
These one bedroom suites offer two views. The terrace has oceanfront vistas, while the separate bedroom looks out over the garden. In addition, these suites have a large, full bathroom and kitchenette, and up to 1,300 square feet of living space.
|Grace Bay One Bedroom Suite||
These one bedroom suites have up to 1,750 square feet of living space. The oceanfront bedroom leads to a walk-in closet, and a large, full bathroom with his-and-her sinks. The living room with kitchenette overlooks the terrace, which has an ocean view.
|Grace Bay Two Bedroom Suite||
These two bedroom suites provide up to 2,260 square feet of space. The master bedroom has a master bathroom, as well as a walk-in closet and balcony. The second bedroom also has its own bathroom and balcony. The kitchenette flows into the living room, which leads to the large balcony overlooking Grace Bay.
|Luxury Two Bedroom Suite||
With up to 2,200 square feet of space, these two bedroom suites are as spacious as they are well appointed. Each bedroom has its own bathroom. The suite has a kitchenette, as well as an oceanfront living room leading to a large, view-drenched terrace.
No children under 12 years are permitted at the hotel at the Grace Bay Club. However, the Villas at Grace Bay Club welcome families. The Kids Town children’s club offers a programme of on-site supervised activities plus half day and full day excursions for children aged 5 - 12 years such as a kayaking tour of the local marine preserve, or a trip to North Caicos to see the flamingos.
Facilities at the Grace Bay Club include three restaurants, two bars, the Lounge, spa, boutique, two tennis courts, a fitness centre and 18-hole golf course nearby, a library, a sundeck, two fresh water swimming pools and two Jacuzzis.
There is a complimentary shuttle to the golf course; shopping area and restaurants within the Grace Bay area. There is a business centre with free WiFi throughout the resort; babysitting services (for an additional charge) and car rental. Live entertainment also takes place several times a week.
Complimentary activities include use of the swimming pool, Jacuzzi, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, fitness centre and tennis. Activities at an additional charge include use of the spa, boat cruises to cays, island excursions, rental cars, Children's Club; parasailing, scuba diving, golf, deep sea and bone fishing are available off-site.
Marina Voak (Staff)
Grace Bay Club has accommodation for everyone - families tend to stay on one side of the hotel, and there is a quieter area for couples who want a little more privacy. I was struck by how spacious the rooms were and how expansive the grounds are. The beach is heavenly - gorgeous soft sand and turquoise water. The Infiniti Bar is the place to be at sunset - it's a long, long bar stretching out towards the beach, and they have a great cocktail list! I had the most delicious dinner of freshly caught grouper with a light lemon sauce - the Austrian chef can turn his hand to a number of specialities!
Jules Maury (Staff)
Having popped over to the Grace Bay Club for a cocktail the night before (sadly I was not staying there myself)at their incredible long bar (the longest in the Caribbean) I was looking forward to seeing the daylight version. Whereas some hotels have cool tones turquoise and white by their pool, the Grace Bay Club signature colour is their scarlet and black which is dramatic and works incredibly well with the manicured lawns, emerald green palms and the longest expanse of beach ever, which is why every suite or villa has an ocean view. Grace Bay is a wonderful expanse of beach and the Grace Bay Club seems to stretch along it for ever and ever.
The Grace Bay Club and Estate rooms are beautifully presented and overlook the three different pools, one section is for adults only, one is the child friendly and family oriented section and one is the exclusive gated Estates pool and three bedroom residences. However they all share the same magnificent expanse of beach. Three restaurants, all different, are scattered through the grounds which also house the original Grace Bay Club with its 22 suites which is where the soul of the resort started and grew from. A wonderful Spa and every water-sport under the sun await the more adventurous, a sun lounger by the beach or pool for those who wish to simply sit and dream by the sea.
We had a delicious lunch with the freshest ingredients and marvelled at how much space this wonderful resort had at its disposal. Having seen it by night which was magical and by day which was beautiful I am determined to return - only by staying can I watch the dawn rise over that marvellous ocean view!
This small and stylish resort retains a loyal following because of its helpful, attentive staff and unpretentious elegance. The architecture is reminiscent of Florence, with terra-cotta rooftops and a shaded courtyard, complete with fountain. Suites, all with sweeping sea views, have earthy tiles, luxurious white Egyptian cotton-covered beds, and Elemis toiletries. The ground-floor suites, fronted by large arched patios and lush azaleas, have a palatial feel and turquoise water views. New, ultra luxurious villas offer families a Grace Bay experience with a large pool, a bar and grill, and an impressive range of children's activities, including a bouncy castle in Kids Town, kayaking trips, and all sorts of edutainment to keep even teenagers occupiedand cookies, of course. Opened in January 2009, the Estate at Grace Bay Club has elevated this luxurious resort to a new level of privacy and elegance; ground-floor suites are extra spacious, and some have plunge pools. Estate at Grace Bay Club has a private restaurant, bar, and pool only for Estate guests. If you want a VIP feel, this is the place for you. Pros: gorgeous pool and restaurant lounge areas with outdoor couches, daybeds, and fire pits; all guests receive a cell phone to use on the island. Cons: no children allowed at Anacaona restaurant; construction in front of the properties.
Location & directions
Providenciales, Turks & Caicos islands
The Grace Bay is situated on the 12 mile stretch of Grace Bay, on the northern shore of Providenciales Island. The island is one of the Turks and Caicos Islands, part of the British West Indies.
How to get there
12-hour international flight to Providenciales International Airport with a short stop in Antigua. The Grace Bay Club is a 15-minute drive from the airport.
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