Point Grace4.0 out of 5.0
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Just returned from seven nights at Grace Point. My review is exactly what all the other 5 stars reviews said. This place is peaceful. It is tranquil. It's made for some quality quiet time. Even though the resort was full there was always sunbeds available around the pool and at the beach. There are no resorts to either side of it so the beach is very quiet and has limited foot traffic. Staff there are fantastic. Very hospitably. And they understand you are there for some peace and quiet. I would not recommend this for young families (kids aged 3-8) unless they are content to relax in quiet. The pool is a "quiet zone" and splashing, yelling and games are not tolerated. Lots of family resorts down the road. Here are some tips: 1. Rooms: Cottages are great. If you can swing it upgrade for the top floor. A little more spacious and better views. Main floor ones are just as lovely so don't worry if you are pool level. We stayed in C202. I think it had the best view of upper level cottages. C201 has great views as well. Can't go wrong with either. C203 is above the restaurant so it is a little louder and there are often patrons below. The trade off though is that unit has the best direct view of the water (through the palm lined walked way on the website). Cottages have a real British West Indies feel. Hardwood floors, dark cathedral ceilings. Absolutely gorgeous. I am sure the waterfront units are stunning - just a different feel and more expensive. 2. Use the complimentary airport pick up. Taxi lines were long upon arrival. Gary the driver is a legendary island character. 3. Walk into town - its only about 5-10 minutes. Very safe but take a flashlight! There are parts of the road that are very dark. You will be able to see but more so cars can see you as they pass by. 4. We packed lots of bug spray and sunscreen. Turns out my sunscreen was $3 more at the grocery store than at CVS in the US. We did the same for booze. In hindsight, for the few extra dollars you can get your gin and scotch there without any headaches (note - no booze sales on Sundays). 5. This is a quiet resort. Think of it as a stunning outdoor tropical library. No music. No loud voices. Every so often we had the loud American family that came in and forgot their "library voices" which just takes away from the charm, allure and pleasantness of the resort. 6. Lots of good restaurants in town but Grace's Cottage is as good or better than all of them. Consider a white linen dining experience on your balcony. Well worth it. Enjoy this marvelous boutique resort. It truly is serenity.
This 4400 sq. ft suite was just out of this world. For unbelievable viewing there is a huge balcony from the grand living room, and 2 two-story topside balconies, east and west. The suite is West Indies style , very dark and elegant. We ended our stay in Provo here at Point Grace for the last 3 days. The last 2 days were very overcast and raining but I didn't want to move from this gorgeous suite . Great wifi too. The hotel -I loved how the lounges were put in the landscaping around the pool for a little more privacy. ( rather than lined up in a row) Point Grace is beautiful, but seems to be more an adult place as it is rather quiet and restful. The pool is architecturally interesting but not for laps. And of course the hotel is on the best beach area. We were very pleased with the bar service, Cosmay is a delight. The breakfast buffet was very nice in a lovely garden cottage and tables in the garden. The driver for our return trip to the airport was very entertaining and informative.
Excellent, quiet location on the beach, with very good food and service. Beautiful pool and beach access. Rooms are all large including full kitchen, living room, etc. If you want a quiet small hotel without a lot of people overrunning the beach, this is your place.
The accommodations and beach are beautiful. The 4 bikes that they have for use at this upscale place to stay are in need of repair, They really need better bikes as apart of the amenities. The location is terrific a short walk into town. We walked back from Town each night but only on the last night were we made aware that this was unsafe and that recent muggings have happened nearby. So on the last night we took a cab. The cabs are expensive. The food at the hotel for lunch was delish, I think the fish tacos are super! The restaurants in Town are super, Coco BIstro and Coyaba. Danny Buoys is lots of fun as well.
Loved our visit to Point Grace and would definitely return. We rented a villa, which was so spacious and well decorated. The restaurant is also delicious and has a great atmosphere with the live band. The beach was very private and much less congested than nearby resorts.
When you imagine a luxury beach relaxation holiday this is it. The first thing I did when arriving was throw on a pair of shorts, took the short stroll across white sands to the sea and let the travel fatigue wash away. This hotel (more like a cottage complex) is small, spotless and quiet - it is rare to hear loud voices or even see too many people on the beach outside. It has every amenity you could wish for, the rooms are reasonably large and luxurious despite the small size of the complex and the pol area is beautiful. The quiet beach has loungers / towels etc and you are periodically served free water, ice creams etc throughout the day. It is sheer relaxation. If you want noise, lots of company and big bars go elsewhere - this is truly a place to relax in peace, served by attentive staff. The town is a short walk away (take a torch at night) and feels entirely safe (unlike some other islands) but items in the well stocked "tourist" supermarkets tend to be expensive as everything obviously has to be imported. For a truly relaxing, quiet stay in paradise this is ideal.
I can't say enough good things. To begin at the beginning — we were picked up right at the airport and given a quick ride directly to the airport by a very kind man who gave us a good introduction to the island and its amenities during the drive. We were dropped off an Point Grace — where we immediately learned that the extremely helpful, kind, friendly staff had given us a room upgrade. No request, no ask on our part — they just gave it to us. I know every traveler will not get this but I had to note it. We were given a tour of the property by a kind staff member, then went upstairs, and were stunned to find that our one bedroom cottage had been upgraded to an oceanfront suite. My God — I will never have another room this nice. A kitchen I would be proud to have at home, fully stocked. Washer/dryer. It must have been 1500 square feet. A library, a beautiful terrace overlooking the ocean. SPOTLESS. Great bed, clean towels, amazing bathroom. Guides laid out for us. Everything new and functioning and clean. A nice light continental breakfast every morning in the beautiful garden-path outdoor area. White-sand beaches where friendly staff are bringing you buckets of water and snacks unasked, then getting lunch and drinks for you (if you want them), bringing snorkel masks, setting you up with the Hobie Cat, and SUP, and more. Beautiful sunsets and you can walk down the beach barefoot to go to dinner if you like. Bikes checked out for free to take a 5 minute fun ride to this great strip that is nearby — 4-star food. We had Steak Frites at Bouchon the first night that would have been good in New York. Nice pasta and pizza and apps at Lupo the next night. Grilled fish at Hemingway's the third night. Great wine on offer at all three. The weather is everything you'd hope for. The water is crystal clear. This place is amazing and I will be back. (Note: this is a place to go for a recharge-your-batteries, quiet, stress-free getaway. I'm not sure it would be great for a big family with kids looking for tons of action and excitement.)
Our visit to Point Grace was by far one of the best vacation experiences we have ever had. From the resort itself to the many friendly hard working staff this was top notch. The resort is spotless, the beach is gorgeous and no crowds here ever. We made many friends among the staff and they went out of their way to accommodate. We will definitely be back to stay again.
While I will always be a Hawaiian at heart, Turks and Caicos is just as beautiful, much less 'toursity' and so much closer to get to that it is quickly taking over as my number one go-to place when I have the need to relax and unwind. The beauty of this island is indescribable and must be experienced to be fully appreciated.
Point Grace is located on the best strand of beach in all of Grace bay. Beautiful grounds and wonderful staff! Cottage suites are the best value. Most restaurants within walking distance to the resort. Our best meal was at the on site restaurant "Grace's Cottage".
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 373 reviews