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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
  • READ MORE: Turks & Caicos vacation guide

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


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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A restful and romantic boutique hideaway set on stunning Grace Bay Beach

The Lowdown

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

Point Grace
Grace Bay, Grace Bay Beach
Providenciales, TKCA 1ZZ Turks and Caicos Islands


Best experience ever!

This is a small, quiet resort and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The entire staff is extremely caring and helpful. They take time to visit with you and it really adds a personal touch that is hard to find elsewhere! We left feeling like we had made new friends with many of them. We'll definitely be back.

Extra kudos to Beverly, Mary, Rowvena, Cosmey, Larry, Karin and Jasmine!!! And Emilienne at Grace's Cottage.

Best place
Marc Z

Just amazing relaxing place. Staff goes above and beyond. Returning again in November. Food was great @ graces cottage. Beach was private and relaxing. Pool is fantastic. Pool bar was the best. Can’t wait to return.

Don’t go to Hawaii, go to TCI instead!

Just imaging, all of the beauty (weather, beaches, food, etc) of Hawaii only 2 hours from Atlanta.
1. Only 2 hours vs 12 hours.
2. No time zone change drag (they are CST)
3. $US currency
Point Grace is a wonderful Caribbean ocean-front resort. From the time you receive your welcoming Rum Punch, to your amazing views from your room, to the great food and drinks on site—not to mention many nearby quality restaurants—you will feel like you have truly “arrived”.

Free continental breakfast near the quiet relaxing swimming pool, “Grace’s full restaurant on site, pool side full bar with super friendly attendants.

For the more adventurous, a ferry goes from Providenciales (airport location) to North Caicos. No public transportation there, you’ll have to rent a car at ferry stop at Sandy Point in North Caicos where you can drive to Middle Caicos and East Caicos. Please keep in mind that there are no gas/petrol stations in Middle Caicos.

Arguably the world’s most beautiful beach (Bambarra Beach, followed closely by Mudjin Harbor), located in Middle Caicos. On Bambarra Beach you can easily walk-or snorkle-out to a small island that looks very clolse, but beware, it is at least 1,2 mile away. You will likely have the entire beach to yourselves. Personal VRBO-type cottages are available, very reasonable and very nice.

Also, for you SCUBA divers, the worlds largest and steepest barrier reef is located at TACI just of Providenciales where you will find “The Wall” as it is called. But BEWARE, the water is so clear you can still have good visibility down to as much as 200 feet or more. It is the only site in the world that a diving computer is required to keep you out of trouble!

I feel Ii could guarantee that you will have one of your most memorable and enjoyable vacations. Give it a try!