Grace Bay Club
Laid out on 11 acres of pristine Caribbean beachfront property, Grace Bay Club was the first luxury all-suite resort in Turks and Caicos when it opened in 1993. Located in Providenciales, the resort is divided into three separate sections -- an adults-only hotel area with a private restaurant bar and swimming pool; the family friendly villas; and the Estate, which has its own set of exclusive amenities.
Ranked by Conde Nast as one of the top 10 resorts in the Caribbean, Grace Bay Club offers a wealth of island activities, including scuba diving, sailing, surfing, deep sea fishing and golf. The 18-hole championship course at Provo Golf and Country Club, designed by Karl Litten, is considered one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean and is only open to resort guests and members.
Featuring a Spanish-style motif, every room at Grace Bay Club is a suite with an ocean view. Guests will enjoy pure white-sand beaches in the shadows of tall coconut palm trees. The resort also offers oceanfront dining at Anacaona, which serves outstanding Euro-Caribbean cuisine, as well as the casual Lounge at Grace Bay Club. In 2010, the resort underwent a million-dollar renovation, which included an adults-only, glass-edge infinity pool and bar experience. Improvements were also made to the Anani Spa, Fitness Center and Boutique.
Golf at Grace Bay Club
PO Box 128 Providenciales Turks & Caicos Islands