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Turks and Caicos Islands Hotels

Point Grace

  • Grace Bay Rd. Map It
  • $$$$
  • Luxurious Retreat

Pros

  • Relaxing environment
  • Beautiful pool

Cons

  • Can be extremely quiet (there are signs reminding you around the pool)

Updated 03/04/2014

Fodor's Review

Asian-influenced rooftop domes blend with Romanesque stone pillars and wide stairways in this plush resort, which offers spacious beachfront suites and romantic cottages surrounding the centerpiece: a turquoise infinity pool with perfect views of the beach. Antique furnishings, four-poster beds, and art reproductions give a classic style to the rooms. The second-story cottage suites are especially romantic. Bleached-wood cottages, on the sand dune, house a thalasso therapy

spa. Other highlights include the restaurants, particularly the beautiful Grace's Cottage. Honeymooners can arrange a transfer in an authentic London taxi.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Grace Bay Rd., Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

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Phone:

649-946–5096; 888-209-5582

Hotel Details:

  • Closed Sept.
  • 23 suites, 9 cottage suites, 2 villas
  • Breakfast

Updated 03/04/2014

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By DawnmF

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May 1, 2007

Beautiful and romantic

My husband and I just got back from PG. It was a nice intimate resort-only 30 rooms. Great place to relax and be pampered. The staff is friendly and the Conceirge-Mary was great to work with. Graces cottage is a must- great food! We will be back.

By Paul

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Apr 10, 2006

Service Sinking

While our 3BR suite itself was well appointed and comfortable, we were disappointed with the service. At the Point Grace, they simply don't have enough staffers, and everyone we met had been there for a year or less. They are friendly and competent; there just isn't enough of them. Things began on a sour note, as our airport transfer was not waiting for my family...we finally found their van way outside in the parking lot, and instead of an apology,

had to endure an unpleasant woman swearing under her breath at our complaints. Nobody ever gave us a tour of our suite or the resort as a whole after we arrived, and a blood stain we noticed on the floor of our room hallway was not removed until the next day. It also took 3 hours before we got a room key and a safe key (and the safe key was inconvenient...I can't understand why they don't have the combination safes that every other hotel has). The restaurant is very nice, among the best on the island, and the spa is small but charming. However, there's no health club at the hotel...they expect you to walk half a mile to a Pulse Gym in town that is closed in the middle of the day for siesta. Also, the pool is cold if it's not hot during your stay (our experience)...they're too cheap to heat it. And the jaccuzzi? It's not heated either!!! You might call it a "cold tub". Not once during our stay did a staffer come and ask us for a drink or food order by the pool or at the beach (which is lovely, by the way). We also noticed that the front desk is inadequately staffed (one person or less). One last beef: even though we kept all the screen doors shut, we had a serious mosquito problem in our 2nd floor room. Our son was bitten repeatedly at night. Given the high cost of the Point Grace, I would not recommend it to anyone, even though the island itself is charming. If you have stayed at a 4 Seasons recently, you'll have a hard time with the Point Grace.

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By Sharon

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Aug 29, 2002

Perfectly Luxurious

We have stayed at many so-called "luxury" resorts, and we are usually disappointed. However we were delighted to find that Point Grace truly IS a luxury resort. We were 100% pleased with our stay here. The cottage suites are spacious (over 1000sq ft) and are elegantly and thoughtfully furnished. The bathroom was actually really CLEAN (this may be a first for us!) and not only had it's own window and exhaust fan, but also it's own a/c vent. This may

not seem like much to some but is almost impossible to find outside of one's own home and very much appreciated in the tropics. The bed was huge, romanticly draped and very comfortable. The staff was always ready to help with anything and eager to please. The grounds were immaculate and the bartender friendly and fun. We were completely comfortable here, which is saying a lot for us. If you are one who has high expectations in a luxury resort this is the place for you!

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By Mary

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Apr 18, 2002

Total luxury at PG

Just returned from a 9 night stay in a 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath oceanfront unit which was truly luxurious. Beachfront terrace, w/d, awsome stereo/cd system, great baths. Fantastic beach w/huts, lounges, ice water, umbrellas and a great beach attendent named Jerome. Great happy hour w/munchies at poolside bar and a memorable bartender. Annie does a fantastic job w/booking trips (try the Sail Provo and the full day Speed boat beach BBQ). Grounds were beautiful

and so was pool. Right mix of families and couples. Enjoyed our stay. Some negatives: Kitchen could be better equiped-no pot holders, dishtowels or blenders. Concierge didn't follow through w/babysitter arrangements and as a result were stuck w/the kids for "our" night out. Provo is a nice island, the restuarants are good but not great-they are very expensive, some other nice beaches but not a whole lot else to see on the island.

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