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.
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 program
Stunning Penthouses with hot tub on the balcony and amazing panoramic sea views
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!
When to visit
Enjoy a cocktail around the cozy fire pit at The Lounge Bar, perfect for those slightly chillier evenings
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.