"Budget an additional 30 percent for service fees. "
Gorgeous beaches! Locally owned. Please be aware that bistro , restaraunt and cafe food is passable but very very expensive w an additional 30 percent service fee. The grocery store across the street lowers food costs but not by much. Overall loved the island but they need a larger scale tourist I dustry to increase supply. Will return for whale watching.
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from The Regent Village Shopping Mall and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from …More
We stayed at the Regent Palms on our week long vacation. The room was comfortable and beautiful and clean but not much of a view. Breakfast was wonderful each morning under the trees. The food at all the restaurants was amazing!! Have dinner by the pool while watching the gorgeous sunset. The staff were friendly and welcoming. The staff on the beach were wonderful and friendly. The room next door was noisy but the front office staff was able to move us for one night.
Facing the powdery white sands of Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales Island, this sophisticated resort features a destination …More
This was our third time staying there in a little over a year, and we plan on going back again and again. It's the best place to go to unwind and relax. By far the best beach, food, staff and weather you could ever dream of. I highly recommend it. Can't wait till next time!
Traveller from New York
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Coral Gardens Reef and Turtle Cove. Grace Bay Beach and …More
Beaches Resort and spa is located on a beautiful beach. There was plenty of beach chairs available by the beach and the pool. It's a perfect place for a family vacation. The kids will love it. They have plenty of activities for the kiddies. However I didn't find the staff to be all that friendly.
The food was alright. It wasn't great or horrible. Same goes for the drinks. However I did see a cockroach in the topings of the ice cream in Bobby D's restaurant by the slides. When I told the guy working there, he ignores me like it wasn't there. Other than that I found the rest of the resort to be clean and well kept.
Traveller from New York
Set on a 12-mile stretch of white sand beach, Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All-Inclusive is a quarter-mile …More
Lovely property on a beautiful beach. This all suites (21) have names and not numbers, the reserved beach lounges are named for the suites as well. The staff is the most friendly and helpful I can recall on a Caribbean island. The restaurant is lovely with above average fare and service.I only have positive things to say and great memories of my recent week at Beach House.
Traveller from New York, NY
Intimate and tranquil, this tropically landscaped hotel fronts the 12-mile stretch of world-acclaimed Grace Bay Beach, with …More
Ports of Call is the most affordable, centrally located boutique resort on the island. The staff are great, you get to know everyone by name and they make you feel at home. Turks and Caicos is not a budget friendly destination, and we got a great value and really nice accommodations for the price. I didn't rate it an "Excellent" only because it would have been even better if the bar were open later than 9pm. Other than that, I would highly recommend this place!
Traveller from T
With its hidden blue lagoons and seafarers' relics washed in by the tide, Providenciales has a magical vibe, and is easily …More
This is a very nice, quiet hotel. Staff friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again and would recommend to any adults wanting a relaxing vacation on the beach. The food at the resort is good but I did get tired of the menu. There are many good restaurants on the island. We had a rental car which made trying different restaurants and going to town for shopping easy.
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Leeward Beach, Little Water Cay, and Provo Conch Farm …More
VDM is an excellent hotel and I have nothing but good things to say about it after recently spendings week there. The grounds are beautiful, the room was nice and clean, and the staff and management were very helpful. It may not be an oceanfront property but the fact that it's about a 2 minute walk to the beach totally makes up for it. The only recommendation I had was I wished there was an on-site restaurant but was informed that VDM is planning an expansion into the adjacent lot next year and it would contain more rooms, a pool, and finally, a restaurant. I would recommend VDM to anyone and hope to return soon, especially once the expansion is complete.
Traveller from Vancouver, B.C.
Located in Grace Bay, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from The Regent Village Shopping Mall, and …More
"Great condo on the less crowded part of Grace Bay"
This was our first stay on this end of Grace Bay (3rd overall) and it was great! Even though the beach was full in the mid part of grace Bay. The beach on this end was nearly deserted and made for some incredible walks. There was a bar and grill right next door, but we cook a lot.. Caught some Tuna and grilled it on the out door gas grill provided. Also lots of shells just past the non existent surf (this beach is more like a pool). The staff are very friendly and can arrange any trips you want to take
Traveller from San Antonio
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay condominium resort is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Salt Mills Plaza and 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from …More
Loved Grace Bay Club. The staff was great and very accommodating. The resort itself was first class. Grace Bay Beach was the best part of it all - best beach I've been to so far. Only real issue I had was with the Club Med Hotel about 500 meters away. Sometimes during the day and between 10pm and midnight they played loud music with no regard for the neighbouring hotels. Very selfish of them - they should tone it down or move.
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Coral Gardens Reef, Grace Bay Beach, and Turtle Cove …More
Grace Bay is a resort area comprising the northeast portion of Providenciales. Grace Bay Beach, the island’s most spectacular, is 12 miles long and protected by a healthy barrier reef. Scuba diving and snorkeling are popular activities. A casino and the country’s only golf course are here, along with restaurants and art galleries.