What We Love
- The nods to colonial architecture throughout the property
- Romantic details in each suite, like a lavishly carved headboard or canopy bed
- Fresh Caribbean fare at Grace’s Cottage restaurant or poolside at the more casual Hutchings
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What To Know
- Use of some non-motorized water equipment (like Hobie cats and kayaks) is free; you can rent windsurfers for an additional charge
- There are thoughtful extras like free bottled water, twice-daily housekeeping services, and free bike rentals
- Point Grace is geared toward honeymooners and families alike
- A 10 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
At Point Grace, there is plenty of space to get comfortable; all guest rooms are generously-proportioned suites, which range from one to four bedrooms. Details are the key here, with Frette linens, Indonesian teak furnishings, and Turkish Saturnia floors in every room. There’s also a dedicated Thalassotherapy spa that offers treatments like massage and body scrubs in seaside pavilions, shaded loungers for your use on the beach, and a colonial-style bar complete with whirring ceiling fans and eclectic antiques.
In the Area
The jewel in the crown of Providenciales island is Grace Bay Beach, regularly lauded as one of the world’s best. Point Grace is perfectly situated on its white sands and ideal for those who prefer to while away a week on property. It’s a short bike ride to the nearest grocery store, though a rental car will help restless types to make the most of the island, whether they choose to charter a sail boat, play a round of golf at Provo Golf Club, or explore historic sights like Wade’s Green, the redolent ruins of a former cotton plantation on North Caicos, which is accessible by ferry.
How to Get There
I had never been to Provo in the Turks & Caicos but booked a room at the Point Grace based on other reviews on Trip Advisor. I had to go to Provo on a business trip a week ago and decided to take my wife and spend the weekend there.
We were so happy to have found Point Grace which is on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. We had a lovely 1 bedroom fully equipped suite poolside. From the moment we arrived we were treated royally by one of the most friendly hotel staffs I have ever met. i cant say enough about everyone we encountered.
We had a wonderful complementary continental breakfast each day and it could be augmented from a menu. The restaurant on the property, Grace's Cottage was closed for renovations but we can't wait to get back to try it. BTW, the pool is superb with a bar alongside. Of course i cant say enough about the beach on Grace Bay. There were ample chaises and there were paddle boards, kayaks, and catamarans available. There is also a spa on property and we will certainly try it when we go back.
Fortunately we are only a little over an hour by plane away.
The only negative was the WiFi was a little spotty in our suite but there was a strong signal in other areas.
i travel extensively in the Caribbean for business and I can definitely say Point Grace is now at the top of my list.
We really loved the week we stayed here and it felt like home. The beach is incredible and the villa gorgeous, spacious and charmingly equipped and furnished. The beach staff is amazing, snorkelling, catamaran and paddle boards provided. The cottage at Point Grace is a lovely restaurant for dinner especially Tuesday Caribbean night. However, some points need attention: housekeeping needs to be supervised, concierge services like guidance and bookings was not up to the hotel level. The temperamental Wifi was a joke!
and the villa phone was completely down and disconnected for 2 days. The breakfast is very basic and no healthy options, the bread not always fresh and the fruit as well. It is a shame that this beautiful place can be lessened by small things like this.
The 2 masseuses at the spa were amazing and special thanks to Larry and Ronny and Patrick who made our stay fantastic with their sincere efforts.
We really enjoyed the week we stayed there, most of the staff were really superb,
Like Larry, Beatrix and this other gentleman,
From Jamaica that woks at
Restaurant and the the beach I think,
Lacy was his name.
The new owned hotel is clean, and hospitable,
My only issue was that one of the last day what I though was a guest was actually a sales
Manager and he made an appropriate joke to my 14years old daughter. I ask some
Of the personal to get me in touch with a manager 2vice but nobody called-
Very unfortunate and unprofessional-
We will go back as the hotels is very nice but i’ll keep an eye on this guy !!! We
This was our 3rd visit to Turks & Caicos, and staying at Point Grace made it our best one yet. What a beautiful resort! The service was outstanding, and the staff attentive.
Our family of 5 stayed in an Oceanfront Suite on the ground level, and it was perfect for us. (Our kids are 20, 18, and 13.) The suite is spacious! It’s also well equipped in the kitchen, and we always had fresh towels.
The beach in front of PG is huge, so we never felt like it was crowded. The staff always had chairs for us at any time of the day, and set up was quick. They brought bottled water, fruit kabobs, and sorbet out to us daily. You really feel pampered, and we loved that. We also used the resorts catamaran, paddle boards, and snorkel gear, which is a great perk.
The oceanfront spa was wonderful! Three of us had massages, and having that view and breeze was awesome.
Dining at Grace’s Cottage is a must if you stay at Point Grace. The food and service was first class!
We also enjoyed the poolside bar, but wish it stayed open longer than 6pm.
Overall, it was a fantastic trip. We would definitely stay at Point Grace again.
Just spent 8 nights and could not have been happier with our experience! It was our 3rd visit to TCI but our first time staying at PG. We've decided it is the only place we will be staying in the future. The hotel is very pretty and well maintained and the cottages are spacious and nicely furnished. The beach is beautiful of course! Grace's Cottage is wonderful and a must go whenever we are on the island. But the shining star of Point Grace is the employees. We had our 2 infant twin boys with us on their first trip, and the staff could not have been more lovely with them and us! A huge thank you to Karine, Larry and Windy for charming our boys every time we saw you! And an extra special thank you to Beverly for ensuring we had such a wonderful vacation!!!!
We cannot wait to come back!!!!!