January 1, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Point Grace in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Point Grace, named for the honeymooner who bequeathed her name to Grace Bay's indelibly beautiful shores more than 100 years ago, is a collection of spacious suites that retain the elegant British Colonial architecture of the island’s past. Rooms show off well-crafted Indonesian teak furniture, Frette linens and Turkish Saturnia floors. Outside, white sand beaches, recognized as some of the best in the world, lead to the underwater wonderland of Princess Alexandra National Park, where protected reefs teem with tame fish, graceful stingrays and barracudas.

Watch the sunlight glint through the palm fronds shading your terrace as you sip your morning coffee. Take a long walk down the 12-mile runway of Grace Bay beach. Stop to wade in crystalline waters when the sun gets intense. Deliberate over the day’s one true decision: coconut conch chowder or seared grouper with black bean and corn salsa?

Location of Point Grace

Point Grace
Grace Bay Road, The Bight Settlements
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Nearest Airport: PLS

Amenities for Point Grace

  • General Information
  • 30 Suites
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Pool Bar
  • Beach Wait Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Library
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Ceiling Fans
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Satellite Television
  • In-Unit Laundry Facilities
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Fully-Equipped Kitchens
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Boating
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Beach

Reviews for Point Grace

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We were somewhat concerned about what we'd experience post hurricane Marie and Irma, but were pleasantly surprised that things are as Great as ever. The facility and staff are still the best I've experienced in my extensive travel. From Mary at the front desk, to Leslie on the beach, Cosamay behind the bar and corine at breakfast-all the nicest folks you'll ever meet. Its our 6th time at Point Grace and we are planning to return in a few months. Its relaxing, quiet and comfortable. Everything we look for in a vacation. We also enjoyed returning to Graces Cottage and seeing Nadia and her team. Food and atmosphere are as good as ever.Love this place and cannot wait to return.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our third stay at Point Grace. We absolutely love it! There are a number of people working there that I now consider like family. I would like to point out a few but realize there are many more that made this trip and prior trips special. I would like to start with the front desk and reservation area first. I interacted with Beverly, Mary and Isheka many times before and during my stay. Each of you were wonderful and I hope you too now consider us as family. Several others I would like to mention include Leslie, Karine, Cosmey, Nadia and Ordell. Karine took care of us each morning at breakfast. For breakfast and lunch Point Grace has Hutching's and we went every morning. The oatmeal is the best I've ever had. Cosmey serves up the drinks at the pool bar and displays a very friendly personality. Leslie actually assists in two areas (beach and the dinner restaurant Grace's Cottage) and we've known him since 2012. He is easily the best of the beach bunch in taking care of the guests. He ensures you have a towel, water and brings out snacks too. He is also an awesome waiter too. Nadia and Ordell were also part of the Grace's Cottage staff and I will mention more on them under the restaurant review. Point Grace made it through the 2017 hurricanes and now are back to providing top notch service. They sit perfectly on one of the most beautiful beach fronts that exists on the entire planet. If you are looking for a place to relax and with limited noise this is the place. I would highly recommend it for couples seeking a more intimate place to go to or adults that are more laid back. There are other places for the party scene but for me personally I like to relax and enjoy the atmosphere here in this slice of paradise. To the entire resort I thank you for providing beautiful memories and a home away from home. All the best always!

jmedeiros89 - Pennington, New Jersey

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

We vacationed there in April for 8 days, for the third time & loved every second of our stay at Point Grace. It is paradise. Right now we are praying for the staff and everyone in T&C Islands. Stay safe and know that many are thinking of you and others in the aftermath of the storm.

Jules516 - New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

Perhaps the finest spot on one of the finest beaches in all the world. That said, the restaurant is pedestrian and I do not recommend it. This review is of the hotel alone. God, I hope they weather Irma well and everyone stays safe.

Patrick G

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

Everything about this place is beautiful and we had an amazing time. Our cottage was clean and very romantic. My husband and I were celebrating our anniversary and when we arrived, there were beautiful flowers, chocolate covered strawberries and a bottle of champagne waiting in the room for us. Everything was perfect except for the harrowing experience we had when we took out a hobie cat. On June 11th, the 2nd day of our vacation, my husband and I decided to take out a Hobie Cat as we’ve done in the past a couple of times. We are in no way experts and explained this to the gentleman who was overseeing the beach and water sport activities. After getting life vests for us, all the attendant said were to ‘try and not go to the left, stay in my sight and not too much rope’. This he said as we were pulling out. We weren’t sure what he meant by all of this, but by then, we were well on our way out and not really in any position to get additional information from him. It was a very windy day and so it was a bit of a struggle to navigate the Hobie Cat, but we did our best. Within 30-45 minutes we had already been pulled in the direction he advised us not to go. Every time we tried to get back to where we needed to be, we found ourselves going further and further out to sea. We waived several times; with both arms so that anyone who saw us would see that we were in distress and needed help, however our attendant was nowhere to be found. He would have stuck out for us to see, based on the fact that he was wearing all white. Other boaters passed by and we waived and shouted to them as well, but they just waived back. At one point, the winds kicked up, just before a passing storm and we almost flipped it. This was very scary for me especially since I don’t know how to swim. Even with a life vest, I would be very afraid in that deep of water. We were grateful that we did not flip it and hoped that perhaps now, our attendant would see that we desperately needed his help, but still, he was nowhere to be found. We were now going on about 2 hours at sea; and about 500 yards out, thinking for sure he’s going to come out and rescue us when suddenly strong winds came in and the sky turned black and opened up with a downpour. At this time we were both very frightened thinking we were going to be carried further and further out to sea. But in my optimism, I still thought that now, our attendant would come rescue us, but still he was nowhere to be found. By now, we were tired, scared, sunburn, dehydrated and thinking we were not going to make it home. About 3 hours had passed when 2 men in a canoe came upon us and asked us if we needed help. We of course shouted yes. One asked permission to come upon our boat and so he did. He also asked the man he rode up with if he would be OK going back by himself and he said yes, but with a little hesitation. We asked him if someone had called him, to let him know how long we had been out there and he stated no; that he instead saw us with his binoculars and saw that we were stranded; not able to get ourselves to shore. He was an expert at this; he had done this over a thousand of times and he even had troubles getting us in. It took him almost an hour to do so. He stated that the rigging did not feel right. He wasn’t sure, but something did not feel right. He was finally able to get us to shore safely and we were so grateful. He was not able to get us directly in front of our hotel, but he did get us very close. When we got off the Hobie Cat, our attendant was finally there, at the shore, but instead of being concerned for our well-being, he scolded us, as if we chose to be out there for over 3 ½ hours. He said, ‘I told you not to go in that direction’, and informed us that others were waiting to take out the Hobie Cat and our staying out as long as we did prevented them from doing so. He was absolutely out of line, inappropriate, and hurtful. My husband and I could have lost our lives out there and he had no concern for us whatsoever. We were so shocked we could not even reply. As we walked over to take off our life vests, we noticed 2 men speaking, asking if the attendant was OK. We were a bit confused but then realized that he had taken the Hobie Cat out himself, to try and bring it closer to the shore of our hotel. While the attendant was out, he actually did flip it over and spent well over 45 minutes trying to bring it in himself. When we saw him flip it, we immediately ran to the closest employee we could find; the bartender and informed her of what had just happened. Her question to us was, ‘why did you wait so long to tell me’. This was ridiculous, as we told her within 2 minutes of him flipping it; unlike the 3 ½ hours he allowed us to fend for ourselves. We then learned that one of the men was the Operations Manager: Robert. The other, I believe was the owner but am not 100% sure. Robert asked us what our involvement was and we explained to him what had happened. He still seemed more concerned about his employee than he did us and jokingly asked if he could buy us a drink. When we replied no, he said, ‘you’re right, you should get more than a drink for this and I’ll think of something’. What’s your room number?” We gave him our room number C108 and thanked him. That was the last time we heard from him or anyone else about this incident that could have ended tragically. My husband and I are shocked and very disturbed by what happened that day. There was no sense of urgency, any concern, any thought or consideration as to our wellbeing and safety; for our lives! We could have been taken out to sea, especially when the storm kicked up or when we almost flipped it. No one seemed to care. If it was not for the 2 gentlemen who happen to be from the Somerset Hotel, we may not be writing this letter today. They understood their jobs and responsibility and even though we were not staying at their hotel, he stated; ‘you are on my island and therefore it is my responsibility to make sure you are safe’. We are shocked that we never heard again from Robert, the Operations Manager nor Mary Higgs, the Front Desk Manager. Instead we were chastised for being out to sea for as long as we were; as if it was by choice. Again, if it were not for this one terrifying experience, our trip and everything about this hotel was perfect. Because of this we are not sure we will stay here again, on our next trip to TCI.

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