The Grace Bay beach hotels are among the most highly sought after hotels in the Turks and Caicos. This is largely due to the quality of Grace Bay Beach itself, as well as the overall quality of the hotels. Many of the hotels along Grace Bay Beach are resorts, and some of these resorts are taking TCI luxury lodging to the next level. The Seven Stars Resort is a perfect example. Located in an area that is arguably the best part of Grace Bay, this divine resort provides immaculate guest units in an immaculate place. The guest units offer anywhere from one to seven bedrooms, and complementing them are a most satisfying array of facilities.
The Grace Bay beach resorts include many great options. There's the sublime Grace Bay Club (pictured), for example, and the Regent Palms also aims to please. Both of these resorts offer less than 100 guest units, so guests aren't overwhelmed by other guests, and the abundant facilities include spas, pools, restaurants, tennis courts, and other tantalizing things. If these Grace Bay beach hotels are full when it comes time to make your reservations, there are other fantastic luxury hotels to choose from. Among them is the Gansevoort Turks & Caicos. Much like the flagship Gansevoort Hotel in New York City, this luxury boutique hotel on Grace Bay Beach is known for its hip and chic appeal.
The Grace Bay Beach hotels are expensive on the whole, and you will definitely have to pay a small fortune to stay at one of the top notch luxury resorts. Should you wish to spend to less, but still enjoy a considerable amount of comfort, then mid-price Grace Bay beach hotels like the La Vele Resort might be an ideal fit. This 22-unit hotel prides itself on its "less is more" appeal. The guest units all come in the form of condo suites, the larger of which are equipped with full kitchens. Facilities include a lovely outdoor pool, and while there isn't a restaurant onsite, you can walk to nearby eateries or take advantage of the free dining shuttle that is offered at night.
The Ocean Club Resorts are two other Grace Bay Beach hotels that travelers will want to keep in mind when looking to enjoy a comfortable, yet relatively affordable stay. The rates aren't exactly cheap, though it will cost you much more to stay at the more upscale establishments. The Ocean Club Resort and the Ocean Club West are the names of the Ocean Club Resorts, and they are approximately a mile apart. Guests can enjoy the facilities at both resorts, and complimentary shuttle service is available for getting back and forth. The walk along the beach takes about fifteen minutes. Facilities include a collection of bars and restaurants, three swimming pools, some tennis courts, and a fitness room.
Due to the fact that the upscale and mid-price hotels at Grace Bay are relatively expensive, many travelers opt instead to stay at one of the more value-oriented properties. What these establishments lack in decor and amenities, they make up for in price, and chances are good that you won't spend a ton of time in your room anyhow during Turks and Caicos vacations. That's not to say that the cheaper hotels along Grace Bay Beach are dumps. Take the Sibonne Beach Hotel, for example. In-room amenity highlights include cable TV, air conditioning, a mini fridge, a coffee maker, a direct-dial phone with a data port, and a safe to store valuables in while you're out.
Other well-priced Grace Bay beach hotels that are worth keeping in mind include the Caribbean Paradise Inn, the Grace Bay Suites, and the Comfort Suites. These hotels have little trouble satisfying guests with their comfortable rooms and sufficient facilities. As for other Grace Bay beach resorts, there are two all inclusive establishments that might just pique your interest. These resorts include the Beaches Turks and Caicos and the Club Med Turkoise. The Beaches Resort maintains a family-friendly environment and is relatively luxurious. As for the Club Med, it caters to adults and is more affordable on the whole.
There are many Grace Bay beach hotels, so finding one that suits your needs shouldn't be a difficult task. Once you find one that you like, which is all but guaranteed, you might book your stay as soon as possible to make sure that you get a room. This is especially true if you are planning a winter visit, as winter is the peak season. Vacation packages that can save you some money on your Grace Bay beach lodging are out there, and you can save considerably if you visit outside of the peak winter season. If noting else, you might inquire about free upgrades, as the Turks and Caicos hotels in general are known to offer them if they have empty guest units.