February 10, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Beach House Turks and Caicos in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Beach House Turks and Caicos wants to start a movement – from now on, a boutique hotel should provide unexpected bits of pampering to make a beach holiday totally carefree. It should stock each suite's refrigerator with the guest’s favorite foods. It should be on hand to arrange once-in-a-lifetime diving expeditions to some of the world’s best coral reefs, but remain gracefully unobtrusive to privacy-seekers on the idyllic flour-white sand of Grace Bay. The anything-you-want atmosphere here is why guests keep coming back.

Concoct your own breakfast of fresh-picked pumelos and starfruit to enjoy on your sunny terrace. Listen to the breeze rustle through the sand dunes on your way to a placid turquoise sea. Float and forget time. As the sky goes dark and the stars come out, pop champagne and savor coconut herb mahi-mahi at an oceanfront table for two amid the flickering glow of tiki torches.

Location of Beach House Turks and Caicos

Beach House Turks and Caicos
218 Lower Bight Rd Grace Bay
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Nearest Airport: PLS

Amenities for Beach House Turks and Caicos

  • General Information
  • 21 Suites
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • WiFi
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Kitchenettes
  • Private Terraces
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Food & Wine
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Beach House Turks and Caicos

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

We loved the boutique feel of the Beach House and the fact that it's marvelous beach was away from the hustle and bustle on Grace Bay. The suites are furnished with a wonderfully relaxing, comfortable design and the lounging bed on the deck overlooked the most magnificent view." I agree with so many of the positive aspects mentioned by other guest, however, I feel the need to bring up the fact that the hotel is going "All Inclusive". The dinner menu at the hotel is top notch but is too limited for guests staying a week. There is dining at the "sister" hotels but it isn't close to the quality and service at the Beach House. We ate at Blue Haven one night (Fire & Ice), waited 45 minutes and noticed the two other couples who arrived at the same time were finishing their meals. When we flagged down our server if became obvious they lost our order. Shortly afterwards, my dinner arrived but my husband continued to wait for his pasta. About the time he finished they brought the garlic bread he ordered. In any good restaurant we would have been offered a complimentary drink or dessert under those circumstances but NOTHING there. We stayed just before the Beach House went All Inclusive and was very happy we did. Keep in mind that beverages are only included with your lunch and dinner so all those beachside Pina Colada's will add up quickly at $14 each. You can ride a hotel bike to the market for breakfast items (full size fridge, no stove but microwave items, fruit and cereal worked just fine for us). Beach grill is pretty standard bar food and the "Somewhere Café" is just a short walk north on the beach for more lunch variety. Also there are some lovely restaurants on the island (Mango Reef was our favorite) that are far more reasonable. The Thursday night locals Fish Fry is a short walk south on the beach and is an absolute "Must Do" ($20 Grilled lobster dinner). So if there is still an option to go "A La Carte", I would highly recommend doing so. The custom beach chaises were wonderful and the variety of water sports available could keep you busy all week. There was a trampoline and a large water float tied to a buoy that were perfect for lounging on the rolling sea. All said, Provoenciales and the Beach House are both great. The locals are extremely friendly and service at the hotel was good. You always have to keep in mind that Island Time is a always perceived a bit differently the Mainland Time.

kfkor - Bend, Oregon

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Simply a very relaxing vacation. Lovely light and bright surroundings. Rooms are roomy and comfortable. I thought very quiet and peacful. First floor/ beach front room meant easy access to the beautiful blue ocean waters and white sugary sands. Many perfect napping spots, the room's back porch, designated beach loungers for each room and by the pool. A very kind and helpful staff. Beach attendants, Sherman and Roger being the most super and helpful. Bonus- Toby the puppy! Best hotel mascot! Lovely Sheri and Sari in the restaurant where we ate many good dinners and drank lovely cocktails and wine. Should we ever return, it would really be just to see the great staff again, who felt more like friends and family.

Estela C

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family (two adults and two teenagers) just returned from a week-long stay at Beach House. Our room was fine and we were on an absolutely wonderful part of Grace Bay. We honestly couldn’t have asked for a more perfect beach location. However, there were many small things that happened at the hotel that took away from our enjoyment of our vacation. Here are just a few examples of the many service “misses” that we experienced: The beach attendants acted like they were doing us a favor every single time we asked to borrow equipment (equipment that is complimentary for all Beach House guests). The beach attendants were pretty consistently unprofessional. For example, one staff member complained to me about a hotel guest who was walking ahead of me because he had taken “too many beach towels.” Not only is it not nice for a staff member to complain to one guest about another guest, but the beach loungers were large enough that one towel didn’t come close to covering it. So, in the absence of a washable (terrycloth) covering for the lounge cushions (which a number of the hotels on the beach provided), the only way to cover the entire lounge chair was to use more than one towel. The hotel was unable to accommodate the breakfast rush with the staff it had in place. The wait was so long that my family ended up changing our routine and going to breakfast very early to avoid the rush, something we wouldn’t have had to do if the restaurant were properly staffed. We had to call a number of times to ask that our room be made up (because, by 5:00 in the afternoon, if our towels from the day before had not been taken out of the room and replaced, we would have no fresh towels for our showers), for body wash (which was not replaced a single time by housekeeping, even though we were a group of four sharing one shower and one small container of hotel-provided body wash), and even for toilet paper. When we were going on a boat trip and there wasn’t a single beach towel to be found either at the beach or by the pool, I called the front desk to ask for assistance. I was told that “I’d have to speak with the beach attendants, because they handle towels.” My husband walked back to the beach (causing us to be late for our boat trip) and there were still no towels to be found. He was told that the dearth of towels was because there had been “so many guests from the partner hotels at the beach.” There are two other hotels that have privileges at Beach House, so the hotel needs to be prepared to accommodate their guests (and it’s hard to imagine why a rush at the beach the day before could be an explanation for no towels late the following morning). In any case, it was poor service for the person sitting at the front desk to not be willing to troubleshoot the problem for us. On our last day, when we were being picked up for a ride to the airport at noon, we received a call from the front desk at 11:30. The exact words from the front desk attendant were, “Are you aware that our check out time is 11:00?” My husband, kids and I don’t remember being told anything about check out at the start of our vacation (a full week earlier), but it probably makes sense to remind people – politely – ahead of time. So, overall, while we loved our week in Providenciales, we weren’t impressed with the service that was provided at Beach House.

Martha C

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our family really enjoyed staying at the Beach House. We always look for smaller boutique hotels as we do not like crowds. The room was large and nicely decorated and we spent a lot of time out on our porch. We were on the 3rd floor, so we had a great view of the ocean. We loved that we had our beach chairs reserved for just us during our stay. The beach was gorgeous and we had a lot of space. We walked down the beach a couple of times and many other resorts had very cramped beaches with many rows of chairs lined up so we definitely enjoyed the spaciousness! There is also a great snorkeling area right down the beach and you can use equipment from the resort for free. We enjoyed the food and did eat at all three resorts. The service was a bit slow on our first night but other than that, we never had a problem. The service at the beach was always good and Sherman is awesome! He loves interacting with the guests and made our stay more enjoyable. We also loved Toby the dog but there were some guests that seemed bothered by him. He is still a puppy and likes to chew but we still loved having him around. Our plane didn't leave until later in the afternoon but we were still able to hang out at the beach even after check out. The hotel has a nice changing room with a shower so we could clean up before heading to the airport. All in all, we loved our time at the Beach House and in the Turks and Caicos!

laurelbeckham - Lilburn, Georgia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed last week at the Beach House paying premium price at over $500 (up to $900) per night! While the location was great, we received zero, and sometimes rude customer service, from the staff. Day 1 I got yelled at by one of the beach staff members for requesting that our family of eight be seated together on the beach (who does that??). There was no hand soap in our rooms, and no replenishment of our toiletries in the rooms each day. When my cousin ran out of body wash and called front desk, they told her she would have to wait until housekeeping is available to replenish it. The management just seems lazy and not interested in taking pride in their work. The customer service was substandard at best. We paid luxury hotel prices for no service. The ONLY saving grace is the location.

sharmas96 - Houston, Texas

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