My husband and I just spent 8 nights at Point Grace for our "babymoon". We loved it! It was the perfect place to relax and enjoy each other, before our baby comes along. Here is what we found:
Resort - The resort was beautiful. The grounds were gorgeous! The staff was friendly and accomodating. The service was great. There are only 29 rooms, so it never felt crowded.
Pool - The pool was a perfect spot to unwind and read a book, or take a dip. The pool water was warm like bath water! At times, we were the only ones there! It felt like we had the place to ourselves. We found it to be a really nice touch that while lounging around the pool, the staff would come around and offer fresh fruit on skewers, and later in the day they offered sorbet. It was very quiet by the pool. I was impressed that they actually put up a sign that asks people to respect the volume level around the pool area.
Rooms - The room was great! We stayed in a pool side room. It was spacious with a living area, full kitchen, and a washer/dryer. It had a large patio which was surrounded by beautiful landscaping. The bathroom had double vanities, and the water pressure was fantastic in the shower! The bed was a king size, but was a bit hard and uncomfortable. Unfortunately, our backs became achy due to the bed. For such an upscale and luxurious resort, I would have expected a higher quality mattress.
Beach - What can I say about perfection?! The sand was like white powder. The water was crystal clear. You could walk for miles. (12 in fact) We set our towels on a couple of lounge chairs, and set off into the ocean. When we returned, there was a bucket of ice between our chairs with bottled water and a bottle of mist spray to keep us cool.
Food - The food at Point Grace was good. Continental breakfast consisted of oatmeal (which was delicious - I didn't even know that I liked oatmeal until I tried their recipe), fruit, cereal, pastries, cheeses and meats. Grace Cottage, for dinner was good, but pricey. The menu did not vary much, so we only ate there twice. We had our favorite lunch at Bay Bistro, and our favorite dinner at Mango Reef. There is a supermarket in walking distance, so you can stock up on groceries or snacks if you chose to eat in your room.
There is no nightlife at this resort. It is a quiet intimate boutique resort. Although they do allow children, we felt the resort was more suited for adults. If you are looking for seclusion, romance, and relaxation, Point Grace is a perfect choice!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An extraordinary Caribbean retreat, located at the point of the pristine twelve-mile beach of Grace Bay. Inspired by classic, turn-of-the-century British Colonial architecture, the beach front setting looks out upon a shimmering vista of turquoise sea and alabaster beach.Here, in a setting seemingly untouched by time, each suite has been designed to include every luxury, leaving you free to encounter your own personal state of grace. Come and experience it for yourself! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Point Grace Hotel Providenciales
- Point Grace Providenciales
- Point Grace Turks And Caicos/Providenciales