I would highly recommenced for a couple wanting to get a way for a few days
Pros: Excellent hotel, very clean and peaceful. It had everything we were looking for
Turks and Caicos is an amazing location for a vacation. We had a wonderful vacation. We arrived to the hotel at 1:30PM, which is a bit earlier than check-in. As soon as we arrived to the hotel we were greeted by Louis who assisted us with our luggage from our rental car. I went and parked my rental car and my wife went to check us into the hotel. I parked the car and walked over to the front desk and everything was ready for us thankfully. After that long trip to get there we really needed to get this vacation started. The individual from the front desk took us to our room. He gave us a quick tour of the facilities and joked around with us about our room telling us a story that the this room hasn't been occupied for 6 months, because the last person that was in there was so pissed that he paid for an oceanfront room, but only got a partial ocean view. It turns out that they actually upgraded us to a larger room that was absolutely amazing. It was a great surprise! The room is huge. It's basically a 1 bedroom apartment. The room is modern and everything was new and high quality. All top brands in the kitchen from (Kohler, Bosch, Cuisine Art, etc..). The kitchen has everything you can think of in it. The room had a balcony with a great view of beautiful grace bay. The daily breakfast that is included in the room cost is good. It does get a bit boring after a while, but they have all the basics (omelette station, fresh fruit, fresh cheese, olives, yogurt, cold cuts, bagels, bread, croissants, danishes, potatoes, pancakes, French toast, juices, coffee, and tea). We dined at the restaurant at night and the food was very good. I ordered this meat parpadella and my wife ordered the tuna, which were both fabulous. The beach is amazing obviously. The staff on the beach is amazing. They are very friendly and helpful. Louis on the beach took care of us everyday except for his day off. He really made our stay more enjoyable with his service. Amazing!
Pros: The service and staff was amazing. The rooms are very modern and clean and the staff does a great job keeping the rooms clean.
Nestled on the beach, this Grace Bay resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Royal Flush Gaming Parlor and Turtle Cove. Grace Bay Beach is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) away.
Pros: We really loved the Regent Grand. The staff was really friendly, the ground are extremely well taken care of. The pool was gorgeous and kept at a pleasant 85F. Perfect proximity to the beach, even more perfect location in town. Lots of shops and restaurants to walk to. Most of the other hotels aren't in that little downtown stretch and are off on their lonesome in a less developed part of town. We would stay here again in a heartbeat and would reccomend to everyone we know.
Cons: The pool bar bites are pricey, all the food on the island is pricey. Recommend a quick trip to the grocery store to grab some snacks to store in your room.
Pros: The staff was extremely friendly and professional. They were very attentive and could answer any of our questions as first-time visitors. We would definitely go back to the Regent Grand.
Cons: The on-site restaurant had a limited breakfast menu, but the wait staff was friendly.
The Regent Grand is a beautiful, boutique hotel facing 300ft of award winning Grace Bay Beach. Its location is perfect, being adjacent to The Regent Village shopping center, in the heart of Grace Bay (the main tourist region), minutes away from shops and restaurants. THE REGENT GRAND AT A GLANCE: Courtesy internet in rooms and Wi-Fi in common areas. Welcome cocktail of choice. Breakfast (not on room-only rates). Studio apartments to 4 bedrooms suites. In-room laundry facilities (not in studio apartments). Mosaic tiled, heated, infinity edged pool 2 Jacuzzis, poolside service, loungers and towels. Nautilus gym, complete with water, towels & TVs. Flood-lit tennis courts and courtesy tennis racquets. Bikes. Daily Times Faxed Newspaper. DVD Library. Courtesy Aromatherapy Associates bathroom toiletries. Teona Spa. Full Concierge Services. From the moment you set foot into this luxury Caribbean boutique property, The Regent Grands staff is ready to make sure you are provided with everything you could wish for to make your vacation a truly memorable experience.
Point Grace is a great choice for your beach stay in Providenciales. The outdoor pool is perfect for guests looking for a bit of fun, while those in the mood for pampering can visit the spa to indulge in deep-tissue massages, body wraps, and aromatherapy. Grace's Cottage, one of 2 restaurants, serves international cuisine and is open for dinner. A free airport shuttle and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer conveniences like kitchens and washers/dryers.
Cons: expensive food and taxes all over the island
The Beachfront Ocean Club West offers sophisticated Caribbean charm with some unique enhancements. The open design presents most rooms with fantastic views of the garden, pool, and ocean! Guests are pleased with the close proximity to local shopping, restaurants, and island night-life. OCW guests enjoy the meandering pool, lush landscaping, and tropical Seaside Caf with its beach side deck. Access and signing privileges to the sister property, Ocean Club short walk or use of complimentary shuttle.
Pros: The entire staff could not have been more accomadating and they truly seem to enjoy their jobs.
Cons: I think they should enforce the adults only area rules more strictly.
The world-renowned Grace Bay Club offers guests a haven for uninterrupted relaxation from its 1,100-foot stretch of beachfront in the heart of Grace Bay. Showcasing the property’s prized turquoise-water views—which have repeatedly earned this popular locale space atop TripAdvisor’s list of World’s Best Beaches—each suite, pool and dining venue is thoughtfully placed oceanfront to maximize the stunning vistas. Every guest at our all-suite resort receives Grace Bay Club’s signature level of superior service, including a personal concierge available day and night via a provided mobile phone, and unparalleled ultra-luxury resort amenities.
Pros: I had a great time at the Windsong and already plan on returning. As a woman traveling by herself, I always felt safe and comfortable, which was my first priority. I stayed in a standard room, which I believe is their smallest floor plan, but it was plenty of space for me and a great value for the money. I made some friends and saw the two-bedroom suite they were staying in, and it was gorgeous--I would definitely consider coming back with friends and getting one of those.
The hotel is a quick ride from the airport and is right on a gorgeous stretch of beach. I never had a problem getting a beach chair of a spot by the pool, no matter what time of day I came down from my room. It's within easy walking distance on the beach of several other hotels, if you want restaurant variety, plus the popular Thursday night fish fry.
It's a smaller resort, which was exactly what I wanted; the other guests were mostly adults, but there were a couple families with small kids. If you're looking to avoid the swarm of kids that sometimes comes with a beach vacation, this is a good, affordable, really nice spot to do it in.
Cons: I don't really have anything bad to say. The food at the restaurant wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. I wish the standard rooms had bathtubs instead of only stand-up showers, but the shower was so big that it wasn't as much of bummer as I thought it might be when I booked. Overall, a great place go stay and strong value for the money.
At Windsong on the Reef, you can spend time at the beach sipping drinks, plus you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. The outdoor pool provides fun for everyone, while guests in the mood for pampering can visit the spa to indulge in deep-tissue massages, body wraps, and aromatherapy. Jojos Cafe, one of 2 restaurants, offers a poolside location and serves breakfast and lunch. 2 bars/lounges and a poolside bar are other highlights at this upscale resort, and rooms offer up nice touches like bathrobes, designer toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium linens.
Pros: The staff was very attentive and welcoming. The layout of the resort was great. You didn't have to walk forever to get to the beach or to the restaurants and neighboring resorts were close by enough that you could walk to their restaurants.
Cons: No extended checkout and no heads up on the state of T and C airport which was a mess.
The Palms is located on the sugary white sands of Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. Snorkeling and scuba diving are available at the White House Reef less than three kilometers away. The Provo Golf & Country Club is four kilometers from the resort. A marina and restaurants at Turtle Cove are five kilometers from the property.
The design of the resort reflects the style of classic Caribbean estates, with hand-cut coral facades and hand-lit gas exterior lighting fixtures. The social hub of The Palms is the two-story columned mansion, where the Parallel 23 restaurant and Messel Ballroom are located. The ballroom seats up to 150 guests for catered social functions and business events. The restaurant offers Tropical Fusion cuisine in a casual, elegant setting with a display kitchen and wood-burning oven. Outdoor dining is available at the expansive terrace overlooking the gardens. Complimentary continental breakfasts are served each morning. Plunge, the resort's pool bar and restaurant, offers in-water seating at four round café tables, a swim-up bar and pool-side table seating. The serpentine infinity pool features a spa tub "island" in the pool. Teak lounge chairs, umbrellas and circular sunning beds surround the pool, and the hotel provides beach towels. A full-service spa offers the full range of treatments, including beach massages. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available at the pool area. Use of snorkeling gear, Hobie Cat sailboats and kayaks is complimentary. Private cabanas are available on the beach.
This resort offers 166 guestrooms and suites in five-story buildings. Beds feature pillowtop mattresses, 450-thread count Egyptian-cotton linens, white down comforters and a choice of feather or foam pillows. Flat-screen televisions with U.S. cable channels and CD/DVD players are provided in all accommodations. Guestrooms offer mini fridges, microwave ovens and coffeemakers. Suites feature full kitchens, living and dining rooms, and washers and dryers. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available in all units.
When you stay at The Tuscany on Grace Bay, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in spa services. An outdoor tennis court and a spa tub are offered, and condos at this upscale property have conveniences like kitchens and washers/dryers.
Pros: Wonderful property, with free access to sister hotels Alexandria and Beach House. Huge rooms and great views, food was good. Very nice staff and clean peaceful environment, with tranquil beach. Beach is man made but just as turquoise and nice and the pool overlooks the ocean, while the sister properties had natural beaches that were spectacular but the pool was separate. It was great to have both options. AMAZING grocery market on site with everything you could possibly need, very accommodating to children. The free shuttles to the other hotels were great.
Cons: Only 1 restaurant was open for dinner in the low season, but other options were available nearby/at sister properties. No room service and mosquitos were pretty bad due to rain the week prior, but take out was available from the restaurant and there were no mosquitos on our 3rd floor balcony. Wish they had an airport shuttle, but Ramona at the front desk was extremely helpful.
Pros: Reasonably priced. Very clean. Great staff. We loved the swim up bar and atmosphere outside. The room we stayed in was absolutely incredible. There was all new amenities with washer and dryer, oven, dish washer, flat screen tvs, wifi, stocked kitchen.
Cons: Very little beachfront. Food took a while at Fire and Ice.
At Blue Haven Resort, you can hit the beach to play volleyball or relax in a sun lounger, plus you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach. The outdoor pool provides fun for everyone, while guests in the mood for pampering can indulge in spa services at the spa. Dining choices include 2 restaurants and the 2 bars/lounges are great places to grab a cold drink. There's a marina and a poolside bar, and rooms at this upscale resort offer flat-screen TVs and microwaves.
Villa del Mar puts you within a 15-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A spa tub and a garden are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel have conveniences like washers/dryers and sofa beds.
The Turks & Caicos Club is located in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. This gated, oceanfront resort sits on the white sands of Grace Bay Beach, adjacent to White House Reef, a popular diving location. Turtle Cove Marina and Smith's Reef Beach are less than 2 miles from the property. Downtown Providenciales is 4 miles away.
The 3-story Turks and Caicos Club features Caribbean Colonial-style architecture with red-tile roofs and earth-tone stucco walls. Landscape features include winding paths lined with flowering tropical plants and palm trees. A flower petal-shaped pool features a patio furnished with teak wood loungers.
Serving breakfast and dinner, the Kitchen 218 restaurant and bar specializes in fusion cuisine prepared with fresh local seafood, while The Beach Deck is open for lunch and offers dining on the beach. Other amenities include complimentary use of non-motorized sports equipment. A fully equipped fitness center is available. High-speed Internet access is complimentary in designated areas, and the resort offers banquet facilities. There are also concierge services and a nearby area shuttle (surcharge) to the nearby sister properties, Alexandra Resort and Blue Haven Resort. The front desk is open for limited hours, but guests can check-in 24 hours.
The Turks & Caicos Club contains 21 1 and 2 bedroom suites offering ocean and island views. Interiors feature British Colonial-style decor with African-themed accents. Furnishings include maple cabinetry and rattan seating. Fully equipped kitchenettes feature stainless-steel dishwashers, refrigerators with icemakers and filtered water dispensers, and electric kettles. Bathrooms contain bathrobes and free amenities. Accommodations are equipped with central air conditioning as well as ceiling fans. Other amenities include in-room safes, cable televisions with VCR/DVD players and stereo systems, and iPod docks. Wireless Internet access is complimentary.
West Bay Club blends the warmth and comfort of home with the amenities and service of the finest resorts at our celebrated location on the widest stretch of award-winning Grace Bay Beach. Our all-oceanfront suites and serene setting combine to create the perfect environment for relaxation. Personalized, handmade experiences are crafted each day by our devoted staff, so guests’ visits to our luxury boutique property become cherished, lifelong memories. The resort is also located near a selection of restaurants and attractions that bring guests back each year to relax, unwind and enjoy our glorious island.
We stayed in RWI resort for three nights and for one night there was no water supply in bathroom and kitchen tap. It was the most embarrassing night during our stay. We did snorkeling and we're at beach whole day in sun and by the time we came home to refresh there was no water.
Cons: Couldnt provide us water to shower or drink for 14hrs.
Pros: Absolutely beautiful setting it's hard to beat the private beach in front of the hotel.
Cons: I think the staff could use a couple lessons in customer service, it often feels like they were troubled by simple requests.
Pros: Overall we were impressed with the Royal West Indies hotel. The rooms feature full kitchen. We had a king bed and a sofa pullout bed both of which were very comfortable. Each apartment features a patio with seating. TVs with cable were available in the living room and the bedroom. It was incredibly spacious -- much more room than we were expecting for a group of 4. They have bikes, kayaks, paddleboards and more for your enjoyment which are all included you just have to sign up for them. The location is prime -- right on the beach in grace bay and walking distance to the grocery store and prime shopping/downtime area. There is also a happy hour at the restaurant from 5-7pm with half-priced drinks. The food was good and not as expensive as most places in Turks and Caicos. Multiple pools and a hot tub were available on site. Would definitely stay here again. Staff were kind and excellent in their customer service.
Cons: Service can be incredibly slow. Our room was often not cleaned until after 3 in the afternoon though the cleaning staff was nice. Towels sometimes weren't available for the beach in the middle of the day. Despite those small things the staff was very friendly and responsive.
Cons: When our flight was cancelled due to Hurricane Erica - Royal West Indies Resort management refused to cancel or reschedule our stay UNLESS we book and PAY for a new stay no later than 2 weeks after the original booking. Only then would they refund the original booking.
Considering there were no flight/ schedules available at that time and managements un trust worthiness. This was a completely unreasonable offer.
Honestly, I have never experienced such sub standard or greedy management in my life.
Pros: The pool was the best part. There was a little shady spot for when it was too hot to be in the sun. It was nice and big and our daughter loved it so much!
Cons: One worker at the towel hut was rude. Limited the number of towels I could take. Ridiculous. The towels are small so 2 per adult and 1 for my toddler didn't seem like I was overdoing it. One towel only covered half the chair.
Pros: great location, good service
Facing a seven-mile beach of powdery white sand and crystalline water, Royal West Indies Resort is on the north shore of Providenciales Island, one-quarter mile from a championship golf course.
Pros: the vast number of different things to do for the children such as water slides for the kids, xbox, drop off camp, ice cream/ cotton candy, arts and crafts, ping pong tables etc...
the food was better than i expected at an all inclusive. 16 different restaurants to choose from, from beach side to restaurant setting. Unlimited drinks were very nice. i was very pleased with the whole place.
Cons: I was a bit disappointed with my rooms. When first arrived they said Kayak (where i booked) did not let them know i booked a luxury king walkout and instead put me in a room that was two double beds. I had to show proof and was then put into the correct room the next night. the beds were hard as a rock -that needs to be changed.
Pillows were too soft, i found a roach in my room and my room was so humid cus my a/c wasnt working. housekeeping was quick to fix my a/c and sprayed my room with bug spray. because its access to the outside, there were many mosquitos which kept me awake most of the night.
Pros: Beautiful location...friendly and helpful staff....great entertainment!
Located on the island of Providenciales, the all-inclusive Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort faces a 3-mile white-sand beach. The crystalline waters of White House Reef, a quarter-mile away, are ideal for snorkeling and diving.
Unlimited meals at the resort's 21 restaurants, brand drinks at all restaurants and bars, nightly live entertainment, supervised children's activities, beach-valet services, and a wide array of land and water sports are among the myriad amenities included in the room rate. Use of spa facilities, such as saunas, eucalyptus steam rooms, and plunge pools, is also included (excludes spa treatments). A 4,000-square-foot pool is set in a formal garden. 2 other pools, 1 with adjacent spa tub, are near the beach. Pirates Island, a waterpark for children and teens, features a pool with water slides, a surf simulator, a large spa tub, a lazy river, and a wooden pirates' ship. Event facilities include a ballroom, 3 meeting/conference rooms measuring 5600 square feet (520 square meters), wedding services, event catering, business services, and audio-visual equipment.
A roundtrip airport shuttle is free to all guests. The property is smoke free.
Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort offers 758 air-conditioned guestrooms, suites, and villas in 2 areas: the beach section and the newer French Village, a little farther from the beach. French Village accommodations have patios or balconies. All rooms and suites feature views of the lush gardens, pools, or turquoise sea. Amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, iPod docking stations, satellite TVs, video-game consoles, direct-dial phones, makeup/shaving mirrors, complimentary toiletries, and a refrigerator in the room. Decor includes area rugs on tile floors, mahogany and rattan furniture, tropical-colored fabrics, and mahogany accents. Cribs/infantbeds are available.
Pros: Everything about this place was great - location is close to the beach and all restaurants, shops, bars you'd want to check out. The innkeeper, Ariel, is an amazing host and really gets things done in terms of maintaining the rooms and booking excursions. The inn rooms are spacious and I will definitely return. Overall great stay, highly recommend.
Cons: shower not enough pressure, oh well
When you stay at Inn at Grace Bay, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, and kayaking, parasailing, and scuba diving are nearby. Condos feature bonuses like kitchens and washers/dryers, along with patios and sofa beds.
Pros: Jacqueline welcomed us with her beautiful smile and a delicious rum punch. We settled in and enjoyed our 2 day stay with long walks on the beach and dinner in town. Jean Luc is engaging, charming, and helpful with any questions to make our stay enjoyable.
Pros: I loved the front office staff. Very friendly and warm.
Cons: There's nothing to dislike. Room was really clean. Warm athomosphare
Pros: I loved the helpful and genuinely friendly staff. Not only were they helpful but also knowledgeable. They made reservations for us next door at Coyaba and for our rental car. The room was clean and spacious.
Cons: I didn't like the fact that I had to leave.
Pros: Nice room with large balcony and view on pool and palm trees.
Very friendly staff.
Very good value compared to other accommodations on Providenciales
At Caribbean Paradise Inn, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Coyaba, which serves Caribbean cuisine and is open for dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer balconies or patios and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: I was a bit skeptical at first as I thought this place might be too good to be true, but I am so beyond happy that we decided to stay at One On Marlin during our trip to Turks and Caicos. Even prior to our arrival, we received a call from Chris, the Butelier, offering shuttle service from the airport. We had already rented a car (definitely recommend it!) and so he promptly sent over directions to the hotel instead.
Upon our arrival, we were warmly greeted and offered a drink. We were then shown the room which was everything we could have hoped for with a kitchenette, full bathroom and TONS of storage. Each day we would come home to fresh towels for showering and for the beach. The rooms also come with a cooler and chairs for the beach.
There is a light breakfast served each morning with a member of the staff present to help you select your activities for the day or to offer advice on restaurants/places to visit. Every place Chris recommended we visit was excellent!
We cannot wait to return to One On Marlin for our next visit. We would highly recommend!
Cons: Random but the door to the bathroom was only effective in hiding the person using the bathroom from your eyes, not your ears.
Just 4.3 mi (6.9 km) from the airport, One On Marlin - Adult Only puts you within a 10-minute drive of Turtle Cove and Grace Bay Beach. Guests can enjoy the 24-hour fitness center, and kayaking, parasailing, and scuba diving are nearby. Nice touches like iPod docks, MP3 docks, and comfy beds with premium linens are offered up in all apartments at this upscale property.
Le Vele Resort offers a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and puts you within a 10-minute drive of Grace Bay Beach and Turtle Cove. For a bit of exercise, you can visit the fitness center or go for a swim in the outdoor pool. Rooms at this upscale resort feature bonuses like washers/dryers, sofa beds, and microwaves.
Pros: We stayed here prior to our wedding in T&C and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Upon knowing that we were getting married they sent a bottle of champagne to our room and did everything they could to make sure that we enjoyed ourselves.
Pros: We received a free upgrade to a one bedroom right next to the pool.
Hemingways restaurant was also great. Delicious fish and chips.
The beach was awesome and never too crowded. We could always find a hut and chairs.
Pros: The beach
Cons: There were a lot of cockaroches in the hotel room ! And you can hear people from the room next to you very clearly
Pros: My brother got married on a nearby all inclusive megaplex. That's a) not our style and b) not our budget. The Sands is very comfortable, very friendly, very professional, and down right lovely. My brother said his resort was too much like Disneyland. A 5 minute bike ride to nearby shopping area, we got simple groceries each day, and patronized local businesses. Make sure your trip includes a Thursday pm so you can go to the Fish Fry and hang with the locals. Highly highly highly recommend the conch chowder and pork stew (2 different things) at nearby grocery. Bikes were great! Rode all over the place.
Cons: The resort was fantastic. We loved picking staff for local places to go. TCI, in general, food is expensive (alas we still saved baucoup $$ on this resort). Saw some nasty American tourists. Don't be like them. You're on vacay. Relax for God's sakes.
Pros: Water Sports Equipment included in the cost of the room. Our room had a sitting area, kitchenette which were excellent bonuses. Pool steps from our door. Plenty of shade to ovoid long periods in direct sunlight.
Cons: If I mentioned anything, it would only be picky. Nothing to not like.
Pros: The room has everything for you. Small kitchen , patio and even washer and dryer.
Pros: Quiet w/variety of age groups. Beautiful beach. Great water. Conch dive was fun. Nor as expensive as I thought it was gonna be. Are out for dinner in at other meals.
Cons: Snorkel is far better at Cozumel. At least where they took us. Beach and pool service not great if you are wanting to drink a lot. Plenty if chairs. Umbrellas. Chk your bill one girl at the restaraunt tried to dbl. chrg us. I had a feeling as there was a mess up and they fixed it without probl. The guys were better and more friendly than the women.
Pros: Location, location, location.... it is situated on a relatively quiet section of gorgeous Grace Bay Beach. Since there is not a developed property on either side of the resort it doesn't feel crowded and it feels isolated in a good way. The palapas and beach staff are wonderful. The hobie cats and water boards are included and easily accessible. Our studio had a small kitchenette, which was nice. The room was clean, spacious and well appointed. Our second floor room had a view of the ocean, which was beautiful. The staff at the hotel were all very friendly and very helpful. Hemingways restaurant was very convenient as it was right on the edge of the beach. You could sit in the sun on the deck or under a covered area. The food was always delicious so we had breakfast daily and even ordered lunch on the beach. There were two weddings over the weekend but the guests never took over the resort. The pool closest to the beach was lovely and a nice spot to sit at the end of the day. Overall, we thought it was terrific and had a lovely visit. We would definitely recommend it to friends and would come again with our children on another visit. Great spot for a couple to get away.
The Sands at Grace Bay is nestled on the sugar sands of Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. The Provo Golf & Country Club is 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) from the property. Scuba diving and snorkeling at Smith's Reef, and Turtle Cove's restaurants and marina are 4 kilometers (2.4 miles) from the resort.
This Caribbean plantation-style resort offers studios and suites in 6 3-story buildings. This condo resort is built around 3 freeform pools connected by canals that wind through the courtyard and tropical gardens. Hemingway's open-air, beachfront restaurant features Caribbean specialties and the fresh catch of the day. A dinner favorite is the fresh grouper, lightly spiced and pan seared with a tequila-sauce veggie salsa. On Tuesday evenings, Hemingway's hosts Caribbean Night with live music.
The resort offers a 24-hour front desk, as well as 2 computer stations and complimentary wireless Internet access in the Hospitality Center. The free-form pools feature a waterfall, spa tub, and small grottoes, and the resort also offers a beachside circular pool. The Sands at Grace Bay provides complimentary use of kayaks, wind-surfing equipment, snorkeling gear, Hobie Cat sailboats, and bicycles. Resort amenities include hammocks strung through a coconut grove, beach chairs and towels, and thatched umbrellas. A dive shop, convenience store, and fitness center are available at the resort, as well as Spa Tropique. Self-parking is complimentary. A 24-hour airport shuttle is available for a fee. Babysitting/childcare is also available.
The Sands at Grace Bay offers 114 total non-smoking studios and 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom suites featuring terra-cotta tile floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding glass doors and garden, courtyard, or ocean views. All accommodations, except for the courtyard studios, offer furnished screened balconies. Suites feature full kitchens, living and dining areas, and washers and dryers. Studios offer kitchenettes with mini fridges, microwave ovens, toasters, coffeemakers and sinks, and sitting areas. All residences offer ceiling fans, cable television, electronic safes, phones, and complimentary wireless Internet access.
Pros: Wesley (who works at the restaurant and is the sailing instructor) and Tina (the security guard ) and others really went out of their way to make sure anything I needed was provided and that my stay there was excellent. The staff is amazing!
Pros: Beautiful pool area, beautiful beach and water. Close to town for biking.
Cons: Too many people valentines weekend and too many children. We had to leave on Wednesday and noticed all the familys and children left too and we might have enjoyed more adult time and not as many umbrellas on the beach after Wednesday if we had been able to stay the whole week.
Pros: Food was excellent- never had a bad meal.
Great beach with good lounge chair available.
Staff was excellent
Provides dinner on the beach if you prefer
They make great exotic drinks
Room cleaned every day early or later if requested
Cons: Studio room was smaller than expected for the money
Needed more entertainment for the evenings on property
Taxi service was expensive- charged by the person
Pros: The Mango reef that is on the resort had great food. The stay was awesome for our anniversary and honeymoon.
Location. The Alexandra Resort is located on a powdery white-sand beach on Grace Bay in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. Snorkeling and scuba diving at the White House Reef are less than 0.6 miles (1 kilometer) from the property. Turtle Cove's restaurants and marina are less than 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) away. Sailing cruises, fishing, boat tours and cruises, scuba-diving charters, parasailing, and windsurfing are available in downtown Providenciales, located 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) from the property.
Resort Features. This air-conditioned beachfront condo hotel on a public, white sand beach offers water sports, snorkeling, and scuba diving rentals onsite. Cushioned teak lounge chairs surround a 125-foot (38.1-meter), free-form pool with a swim-up bar. Asú on the Beach is located poolside, with views of the ocean. Dining is also available indoors, and a free shuttle transports guests to dining venues at sister properties. The Pizza Deck at Asú overlooks Grace Bay, for stunning sunset views. The condo hotel features a lighted tennis court, Elevate Spa, a beachfront fitness center, and a children's club (surcharge). The tour desk offers full- and half-day trips to the surrounding cays and the rock iguana island, snorkeling in the coral barrier reefs, fishing charters, and scuba diving for fresh conch. Depending on the tour, guides provide refreshments on board or lunches on a secluded beach. The hotel offers beach chairs, towels, and umbrellas. Banquet facilities, event catering, a business center, and a computer station are also available. The resort offers free outdoor parking.
Guestrooms. The Alexandra Resort offers 120 non-smoking studios and suites in 4-story buildings. All suites have living areas with sofa beds and dining areas. Deluxe and luxury accommodations feature designer teak furniture, porcelain-tile floors, and Egyptian cotton linens. Superior units feature rattan furniture. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in all suites. All units are equipped with pillowtop mattresses, flat-screen televisions with cable service, DVD players, kitchens (suites) or kitchenettes (studios), coffee/tea maker, and air conditioning. Bathrooms are stocked with Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. Balconies or patios offer ceiling fans, lounge chairs, and dining sets. Complimentary crib/infant beds are available. Rollaway/extra beds are also available.