Seascape Hotel, located near Grace Bay in the Bight community.
For those traveling on a budget, Seascape Hotel is a self-proclaimed boutique hotel is a 7-minute walk from the world-famous Grace Bay Beach—consistently voted as one of the best beaches in the world.
Seascape Hotel is one of the newest offerings on Providenciales in the boutique hotel category. Standard rooms are furnished with either a king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds, and can accommodate up to four people. However, if you are looking to reserve for larger groups, the Bristol and Egret suites on the upper level, can accommodate up to eight people and are perfect for families or groups. Rooms are tastefully decorated to reflect a contemporary island aesthetic and are fitted out with convenient amenities to add to the comfort of a stay.
Another affordable option is the Villa Do Little (a name enticing to those looking to escape the busy demands of everyday life). As the owner puts it, this villa was built with ‘an island getaway in mind’ and it surely does deliver on that promise. Only a short drive to Grace Bay Beach, the open-concept living area allows for a breezy stay with views of the canal in the foreground. The villa can accommodate six guests, with two bedrooms and a queen-sized sofa couch in the living room. For those who prefer to cook at home, the kitchen is well-equipped. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the fresh island breeze or cool down in the pool, but the villa is also fully air-conditioned for those sweltering summer days.
Seascape Hotel boasts a salt-water pool surrounded by leafy palms, enticing sunseekers to spend the day lounging on the property. The round-the-clock concierge team are tentative to guests’ needs and are able to customize your stay options, should you want to do a little more than soak up the sun. For complete relaxation, book a 60 minute in-room massage or reserve a few tennis lessons with pro-athlete Shenequa Outten-Cushnie. Book a boat trip or motorized water sports experience, or simply add a daily continental breakfast to your reservation to get the day started on the right foot.
Seascape Hotel is a 20-minute walk from a number of renowned restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream parlors, and bars serving up ice-cold beers or exotic cocktails. Should too much sun tempt you to stay indoors, consider visiting the Regent Village or Saltmills Plaza for some shopping and lunch.
Visitors uncomfortable with driving on the left-hand side of the road can allow the hotel concierge to arrange transport from the airport. Alternatively, visitors can reserve a five-night stay with a rental vehicle that is delivered to the hotel on the day of their arrival. And the golf-cart shuttle provided to and from the beach is a nice touch.
Grace Bay beach has a number of popular activities to indulge in, including learning how to sail a Hobie Cat along inviting waters, exploring the third-largest barrier reef in the world either through the lens of a snorkel mask or fully kitted out in scuba diving gear. However, a favorite among locals is a sunset sail, which not only guarantees a spectacular point of view from the Atlantic Ocean, but also often comes with complimentary rum punch.
Should none of these pique your interest, consider a walk along 3 miles of Grace Bay’s protected shore.
Seascape Hotel proves that visitors to the Turks and Caicos can stay in the heart of Grace Bay without having to pay an exorbitant accommodation rate. Affordable, exclusive, and family-friendly, a stay at Seascape Hotel is guaranteed to be filled with sun, sea, and adventure on one of the top beaches in the world—all without breaking the bank.
The Bight is a residential community found inland between the Grace Bay and Turtle Cove areas. The settlement is historically one of the three original villages on Providenciales. Much of The Bight supports low density residential development, yet small shops and an increasing number of vacation accommodations can also be found in the area.