Beach House – All-inclusive
What We Love
- Relaxing on the balcony of an Oceanfront Suite at sunset, cocktail in hand
- The long list of activities, including kayaking and kiteboarding available on Grace Bay beach
- Going for a romantic beach picnic with food prepared by the resort
What To Know
- Some ground-floor rooms are close to the pool – if you want total privacy opt for a room on the upper floors
- The pool isn’t huge, but if you want more space to swim, the sea is just a steps away
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Residing on a private two-acre site overlooking the gentle curve of Grace Bay, this 21-suite property on the Turks and Caicos island of Providenciales (better known locally as Provo) is perfect for beach lovers looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation. A deck leads from the turquoise sea past prickly grass dunes to the hotel, which has a low, three-story plantation-style façade, ringed with wooden balconies and tinged with colors of grey and sand, that blends seamlessly into the surrounding scenery.
Bed and Bath
At more than 1,000 square feet, the 21 suites here feel more like spacious apartments than hotel rooms. Beach-chic decor includes modern cane and bamboo furniture, whitewashed cupboards, barefoot-friendly tiled flooring, soothing light blue walls and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the sea. Well-equipped kitchenettes (including breakfast bar, large prep area, and fridge) make it easy for guests to make their own meals for an alfresco dinner on the private terrace. Families will love the downstairs suites, which are the most convenient for beach or pool, while couples, honeymooners and folks seeking a tad more privacy should opt for second- or third-floor corner suites.
Drinks, light snacks and appetizers are available at the pool bar throughout the day. Guests can also opt to retire to their “pampering pod” — a two-bed beach unit linked by table and parasol – for a private meal followed by a massage. If you’re feeling more active, the Beach House offers water sports including kayak rentals and snorkeling, or set out in the resort’s own catamaran to explore the coastline’s coves. When the sun sets, visit the Beach House Movement restaurant for dinner and try the delicious menu of tapas and fusion dishes using fresh local ingredients.
How to Get There
Warning in advance for the lengthy review.
Went in January for a week for my birthday. Got engaged on the first night. We are pretty private people so he did while taking a walk on the beach so can’t comment as to how the resort would help on this front.
The staff gets to know you really quick and there aren’t a ton of staff as there are only 21 rooms total. The rooms have names not numbers and the one bedroom ocean view was HUGE. About 1000 sq. feet. Huge patio which we ate breakfast on everyday. Fridge, microwave and sink. It was very clean and it was cleaned daily as well as turn down service at night. It was located on the second floor (no elevators).
Pool – we aren’t pool people, but it seemed very lovely. It is next to the restaurant. It isn’t very big but you could float around a little in it. I didn’t see too many people around the pool, a few reading in the afternoon as they had loungers there as well. They were first come first serve basis.
Food – one restaurant
There is no room service other than ordered breakfast the night before (see below). There are gaps when if you need food I’m not sure you can get any (mostly late night and an odd hour or two between breakfast and lunch and lunch and dinner but they have snacks). We did request additional diet coke and they would bring up a 6 pack every other day for me no problem.
Breakfast- We always did the room delivery. I actually have no idea how many options are on the breakfast menu at the restaurant as we never looked. For the in room breakfast every night they gave you a card (left at turndown service) to make selections and you simply placed it outside by midnight to get breakfast. There were 30 min time frame options, we always opted around 9. The choices were the same the whole week and I believe it was around 3-4 main ones (we stuck to French toast and eggs Benedict often), as well as breads, oatmeal, fruit, juices. Always came on time and was great! We really enjoyed eating breakfast on the balcony. There is an in room coffee pot as well.
Lunch – There is a beach bar, which serves lunch as well as the main restaurant. We didn’t utilize these much as I tend to be more of a big breakfast, snack and then dinner type. We did split a burger and fries one day and you order at the beach bar and they deliver it to you beach chair, or you can sit at a table. It’s more a casual feel. The main restaurant had 5-6 options, quesadilla was very good, seemed more formal (Well for the islands) as I am not sure you could eat in a bathing suit (probably a cover and you would be fine).
Snack – In the mid morning through the afternoon there was an area set up by the restaurant with snacks. Pretzels, cookies, pies, fruit. We found this as a nice touch and often would take up some pretzels for a late night snack.
Dinner – Never a wait, you just strolled down whenever you wanted dinner (open 6-10). Menu changes every few nights but limited options depending on if there is a theme. Normally 3-4 options for starter, 3-4 entrée options accompanied by 2 salads or 1 soup and 1-2 desserts at the end. We found the food FABULOUS! The head chef was there every night and talked to the guests and was very pleasant. Steak was great, seafood was amazing! We normally wrapped the desserts up and enjoyed them later at night in our room. Appropriate portion sizes as they expect you to each order an app, salad, entrée and dessert. Sometimes I left out a salad or app.
We had Dinner on the beach was amazing. Charles is the man!! Props to him!!! He hustled his butt off for us. Got postponed due to winds for a day, but they were accommodating and made sure we got it the next night. We were the only ones out there located right on the beach.
Beach – just WOW!
In love with Turks, will go back! Beach was awesome. White sands, clear blue water. We had storms the first 2 days but by the mid to end of the week was beautiful!
They have an area of beach which wasn’t crowded at all. We did take a walk and walked past beaches and the sister resort Alexandra. Most days no one on the beach but the few guests staying at the Beach House. I took my own inflatable donut to use to float around the bay.
They have pre-designated beach chairs and loungers with umbrellas for each room. We just looked for the sign for our room and two chairs were always ready and waiting. No beach chair game was very nice compared to Antigua where we had to claim early. If you didn’t like your spot (I don’t know how all beautiful) they would change around the location of your sign. Such as two couples wanted 4 together so they moved around some signs and chairs.
I would absolutely go back here in a heartbeat and back to Turks. We both really enjoyed it. I do tend to tip some even though it always says tips included. We probably went through $60 for the week.
The only real confusion and/or complaint we had was the use of the Hobby Cat, non-motorized water boat. There was one for the resort. It was listed as being included but the sports staff made an off handed comment like he did us a favor because it normally costs money. We didn’t pay and did take it out.
Check out was 11, but our flight left around 4 and ride to the airport was scheduled for 1. We could not do late check out but they have a hospitality suite, which was wonderful. They take your luggage there and we came off the beach at noon, showered in the suite, changed and finished packing stuff up. It was a very nice option and allowed us to not have to sit around ready for the airport hours early.
There is a gym but we didn’t use it. Looked at it once, appeared a few machines, free weights but nothing big or fancy.
The only negatives and I wouldn’t say negative but areas where I can see some people being a little picky would be
1. The food options are limited. There is no room service other than pre ordered breakfast. There are certain hours to the restaurant and beach bar so if you are hungry at midnight I think you are SOL.
The restaurant has limited choices for dinner based on the theme. Picky eaters, etc might not like only having 3-4 choices for dinner. We didn’t mind at all and really enjoyed the food, probably best resort food I have ever had. They do have a standard menu on non-theme nights, I believe we had this 2 maybe 3 nights. I remember they had steak and shrimp, chicken, fish and I think one vegetarian option these nights. Theme nights maybe 3-4 times a week, one was BBQ, one was Seafood, one was Brazilian steak house style where they came around with the swords of 4-5 types of meat and cut it for you at the table.
2. There isn’t much night life or any actually. They did have a steel drum band and a singer by the pool a different night but these were wrapped up by 9ish. We don’t do nightlife so didn’t bother us at all.
Overall loved the resort and will be back for sure! Happy to answer and Individual questions anyone might have as well.
Everything about this place is to die for. The beach, the service, the rooms, the assigned beach chairs, the food, etc. We have an annual trip and so far, this has been our favorite since we couldn’t be more spoiled by the staff. I read a lot of the reviews and sure, the food is a little of a wait BUT that’s because they make everything fresh. It’s hot, delicious and fresh. All in all, we wanted to thank all the staff for their exceptional way of making us feel at home and oh so welcome.
Wonderfull quiet place , go to the Beach say hi to Randàll, that guy gives the best service of the island. Thumbs up!!! Nice staff taking care of your every desires. Went there in April, beautifull wheater, very Nice week.
We are just returning from our 10th visit. Having experienced other Luxury resorts on beautiful Grace Bay, nothing truly compares...
The Beach House remains our top choice!
There is a "calm" about the Beach House that you just don't feel at the other resorts in Turks...
The suites are very spacious, fresh, and airy with breathtaking views of the sparkeling clear blue sea.
There is a very special "light" that exudes from the staff. They have a sincere joy about them. They all work very hard to set the stage for an exquisite holiday experience...
Chef Jason's cuisine is consistantly flavorful and inovative.
"All Inclusive" holiday's have never been our first choice.
We are beyond impressed with the quality of food and service.
With our healthy lifestye, we were pleased to wake up to a freshly squeezed "GrassHopper". A drink made of fresh spinach, kale, apple and other delightful ingredients!
Our "a la carte" breakfast of Eggs Benidict, bowl of fresh berries and non fat yogurt was sumptuous.
For lunch, that we would enjoy down at the beach on our reserved chaise, or on the Beach Deck, was always prepared fresh. I love the caprese salad with the fresh grilled catch of the day. (The lettuce just picked from the Hydroponic garden).
Our favorite dinner choice has always been, Ceaser salad to start and the Reef and Beef. Tender and perfectly prepared!
The quailty of the house wines are quite impressive. We also appreciated the option of purchasing bottles from a select list of other vintages.
I love being pampered and nurtured down at the beach Spa. Their massage therapist is one of the top MT's that I have experienced around the world.
(Looking forward to seeing her again over Easter). :)
Management is very invested, present and involved. Well done!
The sincere warmth that you are embraced with from the staff is impressive and appreciated.
Looking forward to returning in the near future!
Amazing place for vacation! Adult only resort with 21 rooms. Quiet and personable well kept resort. Over the top service with very friendly and happy staff! GM is on top of his game at this resort! Hydroponics garden with fresh lettuce, herbs and tomatoes! Very good food! Private beach with reserved chairs.no need to worry about reserving them! We are definitely coming back 😎