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Situated in Providenciales, Sarawack estate, behind courtyard plaza offers accommodation with a seating area and flat-screen TV. Some units include a dining area and/or a terrace. I was apprehensive to book this property due to the lack of reviews but I’m so glad I did and can’t wait to return. It’s exactly what I was looking for and we had such relaxing break . Jane really went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and nothing was too much trouble. The property was spacious, clean and comfortable. We paid extra for the breakfast which was delicious. The beach was in walking distance and complimentary snorkel gear was provided which is a great touch.
The Point Grace Resort and Spa is set in the Grace Bay Beach, 15 minutes’ drive from Providenciales International Airport. It features free Wi-Fi, a sun terrace and a swimming pool. The staff was so pleasant and friendly. Food in Grace cottage restaurant was really good and staff was also friendly . We are from Grand Cayman so we didn't go to the beach . We came to eat and that we did from one end of the island to the other . That is a whole neither story ask Gary your driver I told him albout it on the way to the airport. He was just the greatest and full of good information. Thanks, Mary
Set in Providenciales, Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa All Inclusive has a garden, bar, shared lounge, and free WiFi. Great resort, suitable for everyone. Preki, Travis, Kerice, great staff. Everything was really nice. Amazing beach, one of the best in the world.
Turks and Caicos Oceanside is located in Providenciales beach and 10 km from Malcolm’s Road Beach. It features free WiFi access in public areas. The condo unit we stayed in was very comfortable, clean and inviting. The staff was very helpful and friendly. If you're looking for a pretty, restful place, this is a wonderful place to stay. The only negative is that it is quite isolated -- which has its upsides, but the downside is there are no places nearby to go to to eat (other than the on-sight eating spot) or visit.
A beautiful island with lots of awesome beaches and areas to explore. Try to stay near Grace Bay if possible, and in an Airbnb! We did find it to be disproportionately expense though. From the hotels to the grocery stores, everything is quite expensive.
The island is not necessarily a pretty island what it has going forward are the amazing beaches but the ones that we really loved are the ones that are not necessarily easily to get to like Leeward and Malcolm Beach the others in my opinion as I have travelled extensively are good beaches but typical tropical beaches with lots of people I would recommend that more low-key restaurants be created on the island for people who have a lower budget for pricing for most restaurants are rather high and part of a large hotel chains. Some of the ones that we enjoyed were the conch shack and somewhere café there are not enough of these types of restaurants for the average traveller
Grace Bay is probably the nicest beach that I’ve seen in the Caribbean. Providenciales is still unspoiled and underdeveloped which makes it more appealing to me. There were just enough nice restaurants (great food) and shopping, whereby not making it too commercial. I will go back.
Definitely one of the better Caribbean vacation destinations. I had been to the Caribbean before, and then not gone back for 10 years because the overly pushy vendors and uncomfortably friendly grabbing I experienced on other islands was just too annoying. The people of the Turks and Caicos are friendly and relaxed, and resort staff (at 3 different places) were all service oriented and professional. It had a very good vibe, Providenciales was clean, local attractions were genuinely local and not "put on" for show for tourists (the weekly Thursday fish fry is a good example). Lots of good restaurants featuring the fresh local seafood, and the water is crystal clear. I'd definitely go back.
All beaches are stupendous. The price for food in markets is 3 to 4 times the price in Canada. The price in restaurants is close to 3 times the price in Canada. Very nice place to visit but expensive. Magnolia is the best for tuna and the view. Lupo is great for italian .Best coffe at Lemon to Go. Indian is great at Garam Masala. Best boat trip and excursion and snorkeling is Caicos Dream Tours.
We stayed in one of the renovated rooms, which was like staying in a boutique hotel. The staff was very friendly — not pushy, no attitude, great service. The food (under a new head chef) was amazing; always fresh, innovative, and there were always delicious options. Very remote spot, small island with sketchy Wi-Fi, and it was perfectly relaxing.
8.7 Fabulous 60 reviews
The staff was friendly, welcoming and helpful across the board. The facilities were comfortable, lovely, well designed. The beach is outstanding really the thing you are looking for when you choose a Caribbean vacation. Food was better than we expected in an all inclusive. It was exactly the relaxing laid back vacation we were looking for.
9.1 Superb 85 reviews
What a boutique hotel should be, intimate and quiet yet homey. A big plus that it's adults only therefore very peaceful for those looking for a getaway be it for Romance or R&R. Amazing Pool and Flawless Beach. Front Desk Staff, Guest Relations and Bar Man were super lovely. Little Gem in Turks and Caicos!
8.1 Very good 26 reviews
The location was very remote which we enjoyed though others may want to be closer to Grace Bay. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We appreciated that there were people their who owned and visited frequently and they were very helpful in terms of recommending where to go and what to do.
9.9 Exceptional 9 reviews
It’s a hidden gem of a place to stay. Nicer rooms than some of the hotels on the island that charge a fortune to stay in! Lovely place, very peaceful will definitely stay again.
8.4 Very good 10 reviews
Beautiful property and lovely owner. The resident dogs were also so sweet. Location was perfect.