Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos

The Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos is an amazing luxury resort that puts a premium on comfort and service. As the name would imply, you can find this wonderful resort on Grace Bay Beach, which just so happens to be the most renowned beach in the Turks and Caicos archipelago. Lodging comes in the form of adults-oriented hotel rooms, extra-spacious villas that cater to families, and even larger estate properties that are also family friendly, and regardless of what you book, the beach will be a short walk away.

Thanks in part to the stylish and contemporary decor in the guest units, the Grace Bay Club is labeled as a boutique resort. As far as the overall appearance is concerned, the feel is that of an upscale Mediterranean retreat, though you will definitely know that you're in the Caribbean once you lay eyes on the beach. The soft, white sand of Grace Bay Beach offers a beautiful contrast to the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Four-poster beach beds with canopies line part of the beach, and you can rent one if you please. Should the urge to enjoy some water activities set in during your visit, snorkeling, sea kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing are among the options.

These aren't the only activities that guests can enjoy at the Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos. Deep sea fishing excursions are easy to arrange, for example, and bikes are available for land-based adventures. Guests can also indulge in the resort's wonderful facilities when looking to fill their down time. Among the facilities at the Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos are two outdoor pools, a fitness center, a pair of tennis courts, and a 5,000-square-foot spa. The spa facilities include six treatment rooms, a special manicure/pedicure room, a special couple's treatment room, and a spa tent that offers sumptuous beachfront massages. Special spa packages are available, so you might look to take advantage.

Complementing these excellent facilities at the Grace Bay Club are three restaurants, a bar that stretches down to the beach, a pool bar, and a sleek beach lounge. The main restaurant is one of the best restaurants on the island of Providenciales, so eating there at least once during a stay is recommended. Of course, if you are worn out after a busy day, you can always rely on room service. The daily room service hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Dining in your guest unit at the Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos can be a very tempting proposition, as this immaculate beach resort features some pretty amazing accommodations. Whether you book one of the suites at the hotel, secure a family-friendly villa, or one of the home-sized estate properties, comfort and style will be at the heart of things. Amenity highlights in the suites include kitchenettes, private balconies, flat-screen TVs, and DVD players. Free Wi-Fi is also part of the deal, and you'll be happy to know that a satisfying breakfast is included in the rates. The amenities are similar in the villas and Estate properties, and depending on which unit you book, you might also have a full kitchen or a private butler.

The Grace Bay Club Turks and Caicos is understated luxury at its best, and when it comes down to it, you could hardly choose a better resort for an upscale Caribbean beach vacation. You would also find it hard to find a better resort for a Caribbean beach wedding. Grace Bay Club weddings can see you tying the knot on one an idyllic strip of sand, in a lovely gazebo, on the decks of a catamaran, or on the shores of a small cay that is uninhabited. Professional wedding planners are on hand to make sure that couples enjoy the wedding of their dreams, and once the ceremony and reception come to an end, the honeymoon can begin!

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