est Bay Club is a beachfront luxury resort on the Bight Beach in central Providenciales. The hotel features a contemporary Caribbean ambiance, and a collection of studios and one, two, three, and four-bedroom suites, both with and without ocean views.
Grace Bay Club Resorts
West Bay Club is part of the Grace Bay Club group of resorts, which oversees several upscale resorts and vacation rentals in the Turks and Caicos, including the long-standing Grace Bay Club, and the elegant Point Grace resort.
West Bay Club has a great range of amenities and a concierge service to help with booking off-resort activities and excursions.
Onsite at the resort is a fitness center, bicycles for guest use, grocery stocking at an additional fee, and a fitness center that offers a complete collection of Cybex exercise equipment.
Water Sports and Things to Do
On the water sports side, there are Hobie Cat sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling equipment, beach loungers, towels, umbrellas, and beach volleyball.
West Bay Club has two onsite dining options, Drift Restaurant, and the Bar and Kitchen. Stays at West Bay Club include a complimentary full continental breakfast. Both restaurants serve a contemporary international menu. Drift is open for lunch and dinner, and the Bar and Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Central Grace Bay, where there’s a wide collection of shops and restaurants, is a short drive away.
The Bight Beach at West Bay Club
West Bay Club is located on the beautiful Bight Beach, which is found to the west of Grace Bay. The Bight Beach offers a different atmosphere, with a more sheltered location, smaller crowds, and lush seagrass growing further offshore.
When seeking the calmest beach when vacationing in the Turks and Caicos, it’s important to understand the wind direction and speed. During typical conditions, the islands experience southeastern trade winds, which usually make the east side coasts a little rougher than those on the western sides. The Bight Beach at West Bay Club is located at the most sheltered part of its coast, and consequently usually has the calmest water of any stretch of the beach.
A great aspect of the beach near West Bay Club is that it’s within very easy walking distance of The Bight Reef (also known as Coral Gardens), which is the island’s most popular beach snorkeling site. This reef system starts directly off the beach, and continues out for quite a distance. There’s a huge spectrum of colorful reef fish, stingrays, turtles, coral, and the occasional nurse shark.
The verdant seagrass beds that front the Bight Beach also are home to amazing sea creatures. There are starfish, stingrays, eagle rays, baby sharks, turtles, and more.