Sibonné Beach Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
my last weeks stay at the sibonne' which means SO GOOD was as pleasant as my other stays here.was so happy to see it in one piece.I wish the new management well wishes and first of all say you are fortunate to inherit a wonderful staff.they look great in their new attire.but i feel must suggest that it is time to put some capitol back in the hotel.i,ve stayed in several different rooms now and i think its time to upgrade all the entry doors and lock system,also decorative electric mosquito traps would be an unobtrusive benefit to the bay bistro at night.a regular fogging under the decking should also go a long way in controlling the problem.now i just have to figure out when i,m booking my return trip ,see u soon!
we have just returned home after 8 nights at the Sibonne beach hotel...fabulous place,great friendly staff and a great location on the beach.peace and quiet in abundance,so much so we had the pool to ourselves for the week would recommend this hotel to everyone.
A great location and very reasonably priced. Not a 5 star hotel with all the glam but simply perfect with a fabulous view. We would come back here for so many reasons. The price, the location, the service and most of all the view, And one of the best restaurants on the island. Relaxing, quiet and perfect for couples.
This is a little gem tucked in between all of the big resort hotels on Grace Bay Beach. If you want a quiet relaxing stay and don't need it to be super fancy this is the place for you. There are 30 rooms shaped in a horseshoe which look onto a lush garden and pool. The upstairs rooms all have a view of the water. The restaurant serves all meals, but they really do their best at dinner. A perfect spot for a romantic meal under the stars. Do not go here if you are looking for fancy and updated resort living. This is a quiet retreat and just perfect for couples and adults.
A gem of a hotel for those who are looking for a quiet & relaxing vacation on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world ! If you’re looking for luxury, look elsewhere. If you like the feel of being in an original vintage hotel, this is the place for you. Simple, clean rooms, lovely garden to walk through on the way to the beach - a few minutes from your door ! The Bay Bistro restaurant is located on the grounds overlooking the beach 👙. If you’re a walker, you can easily walk to the shops in town within 1/2 hour. This was our 2nd visit and already booked for next year.
We scheduled this trip nearly nine months in advance to celebrate one of those special birthdays ending in a zero. We knew the Turks and Caicos are in their high season and prices were likely to be high for hotels, meals and just about anything else. Checking for some of the top end hotels we were right. $700 per night and up was not unusual with some running twice that rate. Then we found Sibonne. It was one of the first hotels built on Grace Bay beach so it has some age and it shows it. The property is small with about three dozen rooms. But it is right on the beach. I mean right on the beach. Our plan was to spend time on the beach not in the room and the beauty is that no matter how much or how little you spend on your room the beach is the same for everyone. What is different is how far you walk to get to the beach. At Sibonne it is just outside your door. Othe properties we looked at had a lengthy walk to get to the beach because the properties are so huge and set back so far. The service for our room was great with any extras we wanted provided quickly. Parking was in a lot right behind our room. A very comfortable bed, a big TV with plenty of channels and a lovely patio looking out over the garden with a view to the beach. One of the very best things was the restaurant and bar. It is right on the beach and in fact, some of the tables were set out in the sand. Very popular to watch the sunset. An excellent menu and very good service.Full occupancy in the hotel could not be more than 70 people but every night the restaurant and bar had at least twice that number. Many people came because they heard about the location and the food quality. And they were coming from resorts where meals were included! We will definitely go back to Sibonne. It met all our needs which admittedly are pretty minimal. Clean room, great service, a great restaurant and best of all is the beach. So any peroblem? Well, just one - the pool. I found it almost impossible to use and hardly ever saw anyone in it. It is quite small and 3' deep all over. They need to pull it out and put in something more useable. maybe they will by the time we visit again.
Clean affordable boutique hotel right on Grace bay beach. We had a wonderful reception. Rooms were very clean. Decor a little outdated but worth every penny being on Gracebay. Staff were friendly and rooms were cleaned twice a day. The Bistro at Sibonne is quite popular but overpriced. Our dinner set us back $129 for 2 entrees and 1 appetizer and a cocktail. Overall the food was average and did to see hype. The setting overlooking the beach at night is beautiful though. Would recommend Mr. groupers which has a wide variety of local and continental cuisine. We ate out a few nights but got breakfast and lunch from Graceway supermarket daily. They had loads of dishes and the cost was reasonable. Breakfast will set you back under $8 and lunch, same. Activities are quite expensive so be prepared. We paid $175 for 30minute jetski and $35 for paddle boarding at Sapodilla bay beach. The guys there are really friendly and you might get a little discount if you haggle with them. We went to different beaches everyday but would recommend both Taylor bay and Sapodilla bay. They are less crowded and Sapodilla has activities. Both beaches are within minutes drive from each other. Follow google to find Sapodilla. Taylor bay is a little tricky to find but ask the guys at sapodilla and they would direct you. Cars are usually parked by the road at these beaches so that should be a cue. For night life we went Danny Bouys. It was alright. PLEASE RENT CAR. If you are looking to explore the Island and go to dinner/ beaches at different locations. A big drawback is if you go at a busy time brace yourself for long queues at the airport. Overall beautiful Island, Locals are friendly and welcoming. Will visit again.
If you want to avoid the mobs and the noise and the crowds in the all-inclusive hotels then Sibonné is the place for you! You can hear the ocean because the hotel isn’t crowded and isn’t blasting music all day. Sibonné is a quaint and well cared for hotel that is staffed by lovely islanders who want to please you. The hotel has under 30 rooms so the beach is not crowded like the resorts nearby. And the garden plantings are amazing, too! Bananas and flowers right outside the rooms!! The restaurant is very good as well so you don’t even have to leave the property to get a good meal! Plus, they make heir own ice cream which is delicious!!! The view from the restaurant is FABULOUS! It seems to be the only restaurant right on the beach here on Grace Bay. We even saw the restaurant setting up a couple of tables for dinner on the beach itself! Lovely for couples and adults. The boats pick you up right from the beach by Sibonné to take you on all sorts of excursions. One tip, though, you should book excursions prior to arriving as they are in high demand during holiday periods and we missed out on some things we would have loved to do. We will definitely be back!! Sibonné is wonderful!!
Will return, the small pool but with a beach like theirs, who needs a pool. Can walk the sandy beach both directions from the resort for miles and miles. There is a coral reef about a mle or two out from the resort that "breaks" the waves and increases fun in the waters along the resort. The weather is always great.
After both hurricanes that devastated Saint Martin Dutch/French Island in September 2017, where we have done on vacations the last ten years and as usual had reservations, I felt compelled to secure an alternativd. Reading reposts on the situation of other island in the Caribbean with minor damage which could be operative early 2018, I chose Turks & Caicos and there with travel guide books opinions came accross this hotel considered good value and with a certain squepticism decided to “take the plunge” and book before it was too late. We are back and very happy, looking forward to, if God permits, be back there on February 2019. Folks if you are looking forward to paradise, I encurage you to take this “risk”.
- Close to Grace Bay Beach
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Sibonné Beach Hotel places you within a short walk of Salt Mills Plaza and within a mile (2 km) of Grace Bay Beach. This 30-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's on the beach and also close to Turtle Cove and The Regent Village Shopping Mall.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All of Sibonné Beach Hotel's 30 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies or patios, refrigerators, and coffee makers. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other amenities include ceiling fans, hair dryers, and safes.
Guests of Sibonné Beach Hotel enjoy features like an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a computer station. There's free parking if you drive. Front-desk staff can help with luggage storage, and provide local restaurant recommendations. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a terrace, laundry facilities, and a garden.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 558 reviews