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
I came to Beach House to relax after quite a stressful period care-taking for my mom who had cancer.
I was never so poorly treated in any resort, and I never felt so harassed, disrespected & unwelcome staying in a hotel - particularly one I am paying so much money in. Any peace and de-stress I accumulated during my stay was erased in my last hour.
The night before I was meant to leave, I got an okay from the front desk to do a late checkout at 1pm (usual checkout is 11am). I decided to spend my last day at the beach until 12. At 11.55am - someone from the front desk came to the beach and said I had to leave the room now because checkout was at 11am. I explained i was told i could have a late checkout and needed at least 45 minutes to pack/shower. She said okay. While i was in my room showering/packing/changing (from 12-12:45), I had 4 different people either knock on my door or call my phone telling me i needed to leave. They were BEYOND rude. I left the beach house in tears.
I was told the person who saiid it was okay to checkout later didn’t tell anyone. That’s not my problem, but they made it my problem and the stress they caused in my last 45 minutes undid whatever rest I needed.
I didn’t get a sincere apology for the way I was kicked out. They didn’t care I left upset. I had planned to go back to the restaurant for lunch and tip the amazing beach staff there but i was in no shape to do so.
I was also planning to come back to the Beach House again, but after that: no way.
Had a perfectly relaxing stay at the Beach House over the July 4th weekend. Dewayne gave us a super friendly welcome with an introduction to the resort. Randall and Roger did all they could to make us happy at the waterfront, even arranged a pickup for parasailing on the spur of the moment! And Sami should be the ambassador for the islands. Dorothy and Rucardoo gave great service in the restaurant, Kitchen 218, and Judelka was charming as she sabered the champagne each evening. And the room cleaning staff worked like magic, we never encountered them in our room, yet the service twice a day was perfectly timed to keep our room fresh without any inconvenience to us.
All in all a laid back place that offers a spectacular beach with a friendly staff to keep you comfortable. Go if you can.
We thought the hotel was fantastic! The service was so great and staff really gets to know you personally. The food was solid, beach front activities and own chairs, really made our experience 'amaze'