Miles from nowhere, this resort should be your destination if you need complete solitude. In fact, it is so isolated that the paved road ends before you reach the front gates (it continues as packed sand). The Spanish-style resort itself is quite nice, with white walls and arches, red-tile roofs, and lovely landscaping. Rooms are spacious, with full kitchens and large balconies, many with amazing ocean views. Because it's condo-style, all units are individually owned and decorated. The pool is centrally located—oceanside—and there's even a hot tub. The beach here is natural and wild, but the resort staff rakes it daily. Although this is not Grace Bay, it is the westernmost extension of Provo’s beautiful north shore. Its long, uninterrupted stretch of sand goes for miles, with a wonderful little grassy vehicle track that parallels the shoreline, both great for nature walks. You definitely need a car if you stay here; there is no restaurant, and the nearest grocery store is a 20-minute drive away. You are truly totally isolated, with no services for miles and miles.