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
On arriving, we pulled up to an outside reception area, didn't look like much, but the staff we so welcoming, giving us chilled towels to cool off from the intense heat. They soon got us checked in, and our bags had already gone to the room, then we were taken up to the room baby the receptionist, and wow! We got the luxury 2 bedroom suite, huge sitting / dining area, kitchen and balcony with additional dining table. The master bedroom was equally huge, and the second large bedroom upstairs, both ensuite, and a third bathroom in the lounge. The kitchen had everything, including dishwasher tablets, detergent for the washing machine and even the ice bucket and trays were filled ready to use in the freezer. As well as everything else you would expect in the kitchen, there was a ninja machine so you can crush ice to make smoothies. Outside there are two pools, and towels easily available. A short ride on a golf buggy to the beach, where they have their own area, with plenty of loungers and towels available there too, and help yourself to chilled water. All of the staff were brilliant. The only downside is there is no bar or restaurant here, but I understand it will be coming soon, and I'll surely be visiting again to try them out. A special thank you to Beverly, she was great!
My sister and I visited October 8-13 for her 50th birthday and WOW!!! The hotel is so fantastic and just a few feet from the beach (and if you don't want to walk a staff member will take you in a golf cart) We were greeted with a bottle of delicious prossecco (I believe that is complimentary or you can get wine...we chose bubbly) and I ordered a gorgeous bouquet of flowers (add'l charge..I paid $80.00) The suite (two bedrooms/2 bathrooms) was perfect for us. There is a kitchen and washer/dryer so you can pack light and go home with clean clothes. The staff is top notch! Everyone is friendly and helpful. They know where to eat (Coco Bistro is a short drive or a 15 minute walk) and they never steered us wring in that regard. I didn't think I was going to use the pool, but after a few days in the intense Provo sun, the pool was really relaxing and felt good against my skin. Definitely take a dip after the hot beach sun. If you need more coffee, beach towels, whatever...they have you covered! House keeping came daily and our suite was always clean when we arrived home each evening. We are already planning our return! Thank you OASIS at GRACE BAY
Stayed at the Oasis with my family of four for a week in July 2019. We stayed in the luxury two-bedroom suite.
The Oasis is either a two-minute cart ride or a four-minute walk to the beach. In consideration for that short ride or walk, you will pay roughly one-half of the rate of a comparable place ON the beach. Our two-bedroom was huge, clean, modern and about $2200 for the week. We lacked for nothing.
The grounds are immaculate. Everyone who works there is pleasant. Pools are uncrowded and warm. If you would prefer to be 400 feet closer to the beach, feel free to spend $500 to $1500 per night. Or, you can stay at the Oasis, save a bundle and have some extra money for the wonderful restaurants!