The Oasis at Grace Bay
What We Love
- The apartment-style suites, sharing a grill, and each with kitchens and living space
- The Grace Bay Village locale, just steps away from the local market and Regent Street
- The proximity to Grace Bay Beach, which Huffington Post has voted the single best in the world
What To Know
- WiFi is free and accessible from the beach
- The beach is about a five-minute walk from the resort, but there are golf carts to shuttle guests back and forth if you don't feel like walking; umbrellas, chairs and cold water are all available and complimentary
- Guests can borrow bikes from the resort to further explore the island at their leisure
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Find a tranquil and restful retreat in The Oasis at Grace Bay, an all-suites resort tucked away on Turks and Caicos’ beautiful Providenciales. With apartment-style furnishings, a Grace Bay Village locale and a setting just a block and a half from the beach, each abode here is like its own tropical home, an ideal place to live, dine and hide away like a carefree islander. It comes complete with all the necessities, from a kitchen to a washer and dryer, so you’ll never have to leave. Except, of course, to make a grocery run to the steps-away market.
But even once you’ve stocked your fridge with snacks and drinks, you’ll return to the scenic outdoors anyway – and when you do, you’ll notice that it’s nice and somewhat secluded here, too. In fact, the relative lack of crowds and the feeling that you’ve hit upon a hidden treasure, undiscovered and unspoiled, are the reasons that Grace Bay’s beach has been voted the single best in the world (by Huffington Post, no less). Enjoy this on a snorkeling, diving, parasailing or kite surfing excursion, perhaps spotting friendly JoJo the dolphin. Who said isolation wasn’t splendid?
Feel like an islander in these apartment-style oases. A full-sized kitchen, living space, washer and dryer apiece are just a few of the touches that make each suite feel like your own beach home, though the views of the tropical surroundings don’t hurt.Two Bedroom suites offer your choice of staying on the ground or second floor, as well as a spacious balcony, master suite with a king bed and an en-suite bathroom, plus a second bedroom and a bathroom accessible from the living area. The more-spacious Luxury suites offer a king bed and an en-suite bathroom in each bedroom, plus even higher-end features, such as a larger balcony.
– Complimentary Wi-Fi- Stainless-steel gas stove- Microwave- Dishwasher- Refrigerator- 55-in. flat-screen TVs in bedrooms and living room- Ceiling fan- iPod dock- Air conditioning- Safe
On the northern end of Providenciales, Grace Bay is home to the world’s single most beautiful beach, according to Huffington Post in 2014. It also houses the shops at Regent Village, as well as a long coral reef, ideal for divers. Offerings like the world’s first conch farm and the plantation-house ruins at Cheshire Hall and Richmond Hill further set this island apart from other tropical destinations, as does the presence of JoJo the friendly dolphin, who’s known to seek out human company on occasion.
How to Get There
We weren't quite sure what to expect as I knew it was a smaller place but we were so pleasantly surprised. We had (unknowingly) booked one of the one bedroom suites (apparently an upgrade) that had a full kitchen, living area, dining area, and two bathrooms. The shower in the bedroom was huge. The kitchen had nicer amenities than the one in our house! You are close to the grocery store so we went several times and cooked food a lot at the room. There was a HUGE TV and the cable channels are from Florida (we're from Oklahoma) so a couple nights when we stayed in, we watched some movies or shows. The bed was very comfortable and there were two separate AC units that kept the rooms very cool despite the 85 degrees outside. There were large windows that overlooked the pool area with a private patio (with tables and chairs) We ate outside several times. There was some privacy with the plants and trees around the building. We were downstairs, and there is no key, there was a keypad on the door with a private code. The room also had it's own wifi and washer and dryer. It was very clean, and they came and cleaned and did dishes! The staff was absolutely wonderful. Everyone was very friendly and helpful and attentive. There was also cart that takes you down to the beach! There was a guy at the beach, Whitney, he was fantastic and he set up chairs and an umbrella and table for us! We went in October so it was the low season, I've heard it's harder to get chairs and such during the higher season so keep that in mind. We would highly recommend this hotel and are already making plans to return!
Stayed for three nights here at the end of our trip. They let us check in early which was great, the rooms were lovely and cool, and a great respite from the midday sun. The pool area is really pretty, surrounded by beautiful palms and bougainvilleas, and in the evening it was still warm and looked really temping with all the decorative lighting. We had plenty of space to relax and cook in, there were 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and lots of channels on the tv.
Location wise it is also excellent, just up the road from the precinct with the Turks and Caicos map mural and Giggles ice cream parlour. Also loved the souvenir shop opposite the map, called Mamma’s. It is a short walk or buggy ride to the beach and there are designated loungers for the hotel in a very nice spot. The sunsets there were amazing! The Casablanca casino is just around the corner but was closed for renovations when we turned up, just as well really or that would have been all my souvenir money gone.
The staff at the Oasis are really friendly and helpful as well, I had a great chat with Wen on reception, she sympathised with me about the weather back home to which I wasn’t looking forward to returning. Would love to stay again.
Pictures are accurate, but much nicer in person! Condo is clean, gorgeous, modern and comfortable. Upscale beach feel. Staff nice and accommodating. Would recommend! Only thing I didn’t like were the mosquitoes all over the island!
Fabulous little spot and cannot wait to return. Well priced for Turks and Caicos and simply heaven! Our room was fabulous. Lots of windows, bright, high end turnings and appliances and everything you need for your stay. It’s a little boutique hotel with a lot of charm. I would highly recommend this place. Book early because it fills up fast.
If you're looking for island luxury at a lower price - well for TCI - the Oasis at Grace Bay is for you. You have all the amenities of a condo, but with room service and a 24-hour concierge. It's not beachfront, but it's a very short walk or 2 minute golf cart ride away (we rode the golf cart with no problems). There's no restaurant on-site, but you are in walking distance of some of the best restaurants on the island.