The Inn at Grace Bay is small budget hotel, located inland yet within walking distance of world-famous Grace Bay Beach. The accommodation is a great choice for those not wanting to rent a car, as the beach and a great selection of restaurants and shops are a short walk away. The amenities and full kitchens complement a budget vacation in the Turks and Caicos.
The one bedroom suites at the Inn at Grace Bay feature air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi, clothes washer and dryer, in room safe, cable TV, a balcony or garden side patio, and indoor and outdoor dining spaces.
Onsite are BBQ grills, free parking, a swimming pool, free continental breakfast, and front desk with concierge service. All units are smoking free.
A spectacular stretch of Grace Bay Beach is a 6-minute walk away (.25 mile/.4km). All of Grace Bay is excellent, yet the access (The Mansions Access) and section of beach nearest the Inn at Grace Bay offers a bit more seclusion than what’s found at many other spots.
rental car, it’s also easy to access some of the other great beaches on Providenciales. The quiet
Leeward Beach and the beautiful snorkeling sites of the
Bight Reef (also known as Coral Gardens) and
Smith’s Reef are about a five-minute drive away.
The Inn at Grace Bay provides towels, chairs, and umbrellas for guest beach use.
The Inn at Grace Bay is adjacent to the
Le Vele Plaza, and
Regent Village shopping plazas, which is the center of retail and dining in the Grace Bay region. There’s a great selection of dining only a short walk away, including Kalooki’s, Mother’s Pizza, Provence, Shay Café, Fresh Catch, Yoshis, the Le Comptoir Français French deli, and Le Bouchon, which collectively represent a full range of cuisines and budgets. Potcake Place and First Caribbean Bank with ATMs are also located across the street from the hotel.
Graceway Gourmet supermarket, which also offers prepared foods, is a 12-minute walk away (half a mile/.8 km).
Grace Bay is located in central Providenciales and is home to the majority of tourism development in the Turks and Caicos. The world-famous Grace Bay Beach front the northern edge of this area, and many resorts, shops, and restaurants are found here. More about Grace Bay →