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This all-suite resort offers an unrivalled choice of accommodation with something to suit everyone. And you’ll find that the tropical setting on the most gorgeous part of Providenciales island is pure enchantment.
Grace Bay Beach is one of the most spectacular beach locations in the Caribbean and possibly, the entire world. And as the first luxury property to be built here, Grace Bay Club was lucky enough to snap up the very best oceanfront spot, with gorgeous white-powder, soft sands just steps away.
There are three types of accommodation to choose from, each one quite distinctive. For a couple or friends holidaying together and seeking serenity, the main hotel is reserved strictly for adults. Suites are spacious, with light-coloured, modern decor and beach-facing terraces to make the most of the views. And if you have kids in tow, the oceanfront Villa Suites in the family friendly part of the resort are a very good choice. Many have the convenience of kitchen facilities and yet all the facilities of the hotel are still close to hand. If you’re looking for uber-luxury, then the Estate is for you. A resort within a resort, it offers beach-house style accommodation and a host of perks available to Estate guests only, including the poolside cabanas, a lap pool and a children’s pool for a real feeling of exclusivity.
Children are very welcome at Grace Bay Club and whilst little ones are enjoying the extensive activities such as crafts and snorkelling, or your teens are at one of the resort’s social events, the world is your oyster. Indulge in a private picnic on an uninhabited beach, a pampering signature massage or Elemis beauty treatment at the Anani Spa, or take a boat trip around the bay. And no stay here would be complete without sampling the local lobster. The gourmet Infiniti Restaurant serves it with a fantastic lemon pasta, asparagus, and passion fruit butter in the most romantic of settings – not to be missed.
How to get here
15 minutes by road from Providenciales Airport