Keeping history in mind, this resort was built with a turn-of-the-last-century British colonial feel; dark mahogany, granite, marble, and teak create a sense of warmth and comfort within each of the 33 luxurious one- to four-bedroom suites and penthouses. The resort is divided between those within the more traditonal hotel-style buildings and romantic Caribbean cottages that skirt the opposite side. Antique furnishings, four-poster beds, and art reproductions give classic style and elegance to the rooms. Quaint albeit luxurious wooden cottages, set just back off the dunes of Grace Bay Beach, house a European-style thalassotherapy spa. French doors are opened throughout your treatments, allowing fresh sea breezes and views of the blues beyond to flood your senses while you're being pampered. Other highlights include Grace's Cottage and the resort’s pool bar. Honeymooners may arrange transfers in Point Grace’s authentic London taxi to add a bit of drama.