The tranquil ocean at the Beach House, Providenciales.
Beach House is an adult-only all-inclusive 21-suite boutique luxury hotel located on the beautiful Bight Beach on the western side of Grace Bay. The resort offers a tranquil atmosphere, with a bit more seclusion than what’s found at many other Grace Bay resorts. Beach House is adult-only, the only other such resort is
Club Med Turkoise on Grace Bay Beach.
Beach House is part of the Turks and Caicos Collection group of resorts, which includes four luxury all-inclusive resorts in the Turks and Caicos. In addition to the Beach House, there’s the Alexandra Resort on Grace Bay Beach, and Blue Haven Resort at Leeward on the island of Providenciales, and the exclusive Ambergris Cay Resort on the private island of Ambergris Cay.
An excellent feature of stays at the Providenciales Turks and Caicos Collection resorts is that guests staying at any one site may freely access the amenities and dining of the other two hotels. As all three resorts are all-inclusive, this provides a wide range of restaurants, and three varying beach settings.
Complimentary shuttle transport is provided between the three Providenciales resorts.
Dining and Bars at the Beach House
Outdoor dining at the Beach House.
The primary restaurant at the Beach House is Kitchen 218, which serves a fine dining menu of international dishes crafted with fresh locally-grown produce.
The more casual option is the Beach Deck, which offers bar and grill favorites.
Both restaurants at the Beach House have bars, and the resort’s Smoothie Bar creates gourmet smoothies from fresh ingredients.
Amenities and the Beach House
The Beach House features a great range of amenities. Rooms have stocked mini fridges, there’s a fitness center, the free use of bicycles, and of course access to the sports amenities of the two counterpart resorts, which have tennis courts and access to the eco-tour opportunities of the
Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve.
Water sports amenities include kayaks, stand up paddle boards, snorkel gear, a water trampoline, and Hobie cat sailboats.
The Beach House is located on a calm and very side section of the Bight Beach. This coast offers clear white and soft white sand like Grace Bay (and most other beaches in the Turks and Caicos!), yet typically doesn’t see as many visitors.
Unlike Grace Bay, the Bight Beach also is home to some interesting snorkeling reefs, and offshore, lush sea grass grows, which also shelters fascinating marine, including stingrays, eagle rays, turtles, and starfish.
The popular Bight Reef (also known as Coral Gardens) is located a brief walk (800 feet/240m) from the Beach House. This reef system starts directly off the beach, and is home to many types of colorful reef fish and several hawksbill turtles.
After the Bight Reef to the east, world-famous Grace Bay Beach begins. This stretch is home to the expansive
Beaches Turks and Caicos resort, so it unfortunately can get a bit crowded at times, yet is nevertheless beautiful.
About a mile (1.6km) west of the Beach House is the exquisite Smith’s Reef and Turtle Cove area can be found. Smith’s Reef offers the best easily-accessible beach snorkeling on Providenciales, and is far more extensive than the Bight Reef.
Location and Walking Distances
The Beach House is located on the western side of the Bight community, and close to the Turtle Cove region. The coast here is home to several resorts and many vacation homes.
The Beach House is in a convenient location if you have a rental car, yet there’s not much within walking distance. Central Grace Bay and the enclave of Turtle Cove are a bit too far away for pleasant walking. The only offsite dining and nightlife options are either Somewhere restaurant, or the establishments found at nearby resorts.
Turtle Cove and
Graceway IGA supermarket are about a two-minute drive away, Grace Bay is about a five minutes away, and the Providenciales International Airport is around 10 minutes away.
Map & Location
Located in The Bight
Beach House is located in the Bight on the western side of Grace Bay. The shopping and dining of Grace Bay and Turtle Cove is a short drive away. More about The Bight →