An intimate boutique hotel inspired by West Indian architecture, this idyllic retreat is situated on the pristine twelve-mile Grace Bay beach. This is a picturesque cottage village filled with romance and luxurious Caribbean charm.
From languid moments by the pool to delicious outdoor dining, Point Grace is a calming oasis for the privileged few.
The story begins over a century before ground was broken on the site that Point Grace now stands…In 1892 a woman named Grace Hutchings sailed to Providenciales (formerly known as Blue Hills) from Grand Turk with her new husband to honeymoon in the hills of the Bight, overlooking the breathtaking turquoise sea.
Grace was a gracious, elegant young woman who quickly charmed the local residents. Soon after she and her new husband departed, the locals named the twelve mile beach along the north shore in her honour.
Over a century later, Point Grace was inspired and designed to do justice to Lady Grace. Today, that joyous spirit – unsullied, innocent, yet ablaze with natural splendour, resonates throughout the golden enclave of Point Grace.
Here, in this serene setting ideal for relaxation, regeneration and reflection – you might even hear the whispered echo of Grace’s laughter still lingering in the soothing tropical breeze.
Nonsuch Ocean Front Four Bedroom Penthouse
Connected via private internal elevator you can combine the ultimate luxury and seclusion of theNonsuch Ocean Front One Bedroom Penthouse to the spacious Ocean Front Luxury 3 Bedroom Suite below. This four bedroom 7200 sq. foot maisonette is the pinnacle of luxury and privacy at Point Grace.
Nonsuch Ocean Front One Bedroom Penthouse
The “Nonsuch Suite” takes its name from an English gun ketch constructed in Essex, England in 1650. She was the ship responsible for the founding of the Hudson Bay Company in 1667, meaning “unparalleled”.
A magnificently appointed Penthouse, The Nonsuch Suite is a most exquisite retreat. With five private oceanfront terraces and spacious, beautifully designed rooms, the 4,600-square-foot suite is striking in its multitude of rich details.
The Caribbean Colonial atmosphere features magnificently detailed furnishings and finishes including Ipe (a South American hardwood) floors with sisal carpet inlays, high baseboards and plantation-style shutters.
Sumptuous fabrics, hand-crafted furnishings and custom appointments from exotic locales, including Indonesia, Morocco, Java and Turkey, adorn the lavish, effortlessly luxurious space designed with the most discriminating traveler in mind.
The suite features three bathrooms, a powder room, foyer, living area, dining area, television room, kitchen and expansive exterior terrace. The two suites together feature a combined 7,200 square feet of living space.
Ocean Front Luxury Two Bedroom Suite
Whether you chose to stay in a Corner Atlantic with bay view windows in the sumptuous master bedroom, or a Center Atlantic with its grand balcony, you will enjoy spectacular and unparalleled views of Grace Bay. With 1,900 square-feet the Atlantic suites comfortably accommodate up to 4.
Pool View Cottage One Bedroom Suite
The Cottage Suites all feature pool and garden views. Each suite has a separate master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The generous living area opens onto a spacious terrace.
Like Point Grace, Grace’s Cottage is an architectural gem, replete with bright white gingerbread trim and fretwork against shades of peach/coral with lime green touches. Grace’s Cottage features picturesque outdoor seating under gazebos, on the terrace and directly under the starlit sky.
Just indoors is a magnificent space featuring a mahogany bar, antique yellow walls and dark stained ceiling. The restaurant’s teak tables and chairs are well spaced, affording guests a romantic and private dining experience.
At this dinner-only restaurant, diners choose from a diverse gourmet French inspired menu, showcasing the region’s strong influences and finest ingredients. The extensive wine list offers an excellent selection from around the globe, many available by the glass.
Nestled in a tropical garden setting overlooking the pool, Hutchings Restaurant is the focal point of activities during the day at Point Grace. Hutchings is open for breakfast and lunch, serving casual food as well as Caribbean renditions of favored classics.
When brides-to-be close their eyes and imagine their ideal Caribbean wedding, it’s awash in turquoise waters and miles of white sand beaches. Grace Bay Club is the destination for dream weddings, Our resort is the backdrop to a romantic, sophisticated ceremony or gathering that is both exclusive yet understated.
Clear, moonlit evenings, sea-caressed breezes and an elevated level of service combine to create an intimate, exceptional, memory-making wedding. We can host your special day with parties from two to 120 people.
Our resort offers several charming locations for your ceremony, including our beach, our enchanting pool areas, a private catamaran or one of the many nearby, uninhabited cays.
Our on-site professional wedding planners and staff will work with you to create your ideal day. Our planners assist you with everything from documentation to catering, decorating and reception planning, so your Turks and Caicos wedding reflects your dreams.
Our meeting spaces extend far beyond the traditional boardrooms and meeting rooms to bring the beauty of our location to your Turks and Caicos events. Our exclusive resort allows small business and incentive groups to gather amid the lush beauty of our Caribbean paradise.
Resort-wide WiFi and other amenities, such as AV equipment, are available for your Turks and Caicos conference. Our planning and catering staff will work with you to create the ideal settings for your meetings, followed by the perfect post-meeting cocktail party or private dinner.
Your event at Grace Bay Club will set the standard for exceptional meetings. Guests will enjoy the world-renowned service and pampering offered by our resort, and the handmade luxury Caribbean experiences we create each day. No request is too big nor too small when it comes to ensuring the satisfaction of our guests and yours.
Gentle trade winds assure a nearly perfect year round climate. Magnificent coral reefs and waters earn praise for providing some of the best SCUBA, snorkeling, boating and fishing experiences in the world, while marine parks, conch farms, and wildlife reserves thrive in harmony with nature.
Turks & Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands feature crystal clear turquoise seas, white sand beaches, and unspoiled Caribbean tranquility.
Located 575 miles southeast of Miami, the Turks & Caicos Islands constitute a small archipelago of eight major islands and numerous cays. The islands are relatively flat and consist of 193 square miles.
Only eight of the islands are inhabited. On the north side, facing the Atlantic Ocean, a long barrier reef protects the islands while providing superlative scuba diving opportunities.
Turks & Caicos has long maintained a relationship with the British Crown and became a British Commonwealth Colony in 1962. The country is now officially termed an “Independent Overseas Territory.”
The Turks & Caicos’ governor is appointed by the Queen, who is responsible for law and order on the islands. The seat of the locally elected government is in Grand Turk, the capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands.
Unlike several of the other Turks & Caicos Islands, Providenciales has never had a strong industry based around salt production (salinas) or agriculture. Consequently, only approximately 400 people lived on the island until 30 years ago.
Today’s population of nearly 16,000 is employed primarily by the island’s two main industries: tourism and offshore banking (the islands do not levy personal or corporate taxes).
The highlight of the island is beautiful 12-mile Grace Bay beach, which is dotted by Turks and Caicos hotels, upscale vacation homes and upscale condominiums.
In contrast to some better-known Caribbean islands, the Turks & Caicos benefit from a pleasant low-humidity climate and off-shore winds. Providenciales is especially temperate and comfortably dry year-round. Temperatures average in the mid-seventies in winter and in the mid-eighties in summer.
The Turks & Caicos Islands were discovered by the tourism industry in the ‘80s as visitors began to build private homes. In 1993, the luxury Grace Bay Club, two additional Turks and Caicos Hotels, and the Provo Golf Course opened, attracting American Airlines as the first international airline to Provo.
This placed Turks & Caicos as a destination and Turks and Caicos Hotels on the map for international vacationers.
The Turks & Caicos Islands appeal to vacationers looking for a secluded and serene Caribbean destination, as well as sports fishermen and divers who appreciate the crystal-clear waters, spectacular reefs and rich sea life.
The absence of a cruise port on Providenciales and the island’s low-key nightlife maintain its exclusivity.