ound in the heart of Grace Bay, the Grace Bay Club is one of the oldest luxury resorts in the Turks and Caicos. This beautiful site is located on one of the best sections of the spectacular coast.
The Grace Bay Club complex consists of three collections of buildings: The Hotel, which is the original Mediterranean-style resort that started it all, the family-friendly Villa Suites, and the exclusive Estate.
This classic building was the first luxury resort on Providenciales and features beachfront suites. This section of the hotel is adults-only. Rooms and suites have kitchenettes.
The Villa Suites
The Villa Suites are perfect for families and offers studios and one, two, and three-bedroom choices. Except for the smallest junior suite, all rooms include full kitchens.
Found on the eastern side of the Grace Bay Club, The Estate offers 22 units and additional privacy. The suites at The Estate tend to be larger and feature a wider selection of living amenities that the other resort areas have, and are better-suited to extended stays.
Things to Do
Many of the popular resort sports and activities are offered at the Grace Bay Club. On the beach, there are kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, Hobie Cat sailboats, and snorkel equipment that’s free to use.
At the resort ground are three pools (one of which is an adults-only infinity pool) and tennis courts.
If you’d like to take a charter cruise to the spectacular and uninhabited cays surrounding Providenciales, play a round of golf, go sport fishing, scuba diving, or horseback riding, the concierge service is able to take care of bookings.
Shopping and dining in the Grace Bay area is another attraction. There’s a wide collection of plazas, shops, art galleries, and restaurants within walking distance of the resort.
Restaurants and Dining
The Grace Bay Club features an impressive selection of dining choices. There are three restaurants: Infiniti, The Grill, and Krave, as well as two bars: The Lounge and The Pool Bar. There’s also Stix, an afternoon dining option directly on the beach.
There’s a wide array of cuisines and flavors represented, primarily Caribbean and Italian, special events also take place, such as beach BBQs.
Reservations are recommended for on-site restaurants.
There’s a great selection of amenities and service at the Grace Bay Club, and many necessities are complimentary, including Wi-Fi, breakfast, the use of non-powered water sports equipment, the fitness and business centers, and the full-time concierge.
Another highlight of the Grace Bay Club is Anani Spa, a full-service establishment that offers a range of massages, fitness, and beauty treatments.
The resort also features Kids Town, which provides a range of complimentary childcare services and water sports and boat excursion adventures designed for children.
Nearby Shopping and Dining
There are quite a few retail and shopping plazas within walking distance of the Grace Bay Club. Ports of Call, Ocean Club West Plaza and Caicos Café Plaza are close by, and the expansive Saltmills and Regent Village are 0.75 miles (1.2 km) down the road.
In addition to the Grace Bay Club’s dining options, restaurants can be found at the shopping plazas, at adjacent resorts, and the popular Coco Bistro restaurant is found a short walk away.