Nestled above the dunes on pristine Providenciales in the
Turks and Caicos Islands is an undiscovered hideaway...Grace Bay
Club. Intimate, elegant and surrounded by natural wonders, Grace Bay
Club is a secluded escape for discriminating travelers.
Within the resort's golden-hued, Spanish-style walls, every
room is a suite. And every living room has a terrace overlooking
crystal clear turquoise waters and a beach as white and soft as
powdered sugar. Towering coconut palms, fragrant jasmine, hibiscus
and brilliant bougainvillea frame the spectacular vistas.
Check out the Living Room &
Bedroom Inside the spacious suites, Spanish tiles, rich woods,
textured fabrics, stone, glass and decorative pottery make Grace Bay
Club a luxurious vacation home-away-from-home. This is the dream
setting for a relaxing holiday.
At the open air "Anacaona"
restaurant, tables are clustered under circular thatched roof
"palapas" overlooking the sea. The mesmerizing view and sophisticated
gormet cuisine thrill the senses. In the evenings, the romantic
ambience is enhanced by flickering candle lights and tiki
boasts the freshest seafood, delicate sauces, seasonal fruits and
vegetables and intriguing spices, complemented by an extensive
selection of fine wines.
The weather is
perfect year-round at Grace Bay Club, where the Caribbean's
refreshing trade winds keep things breezy in summer and blissfully warm in winter. Swimming and sunning, snorkeling and scuba diving,
sailing and surfing...water sports are one of the great pleasures of a
Grace Bay Club vacation. Turks and Caicos is famous for its
magnificent reefs, where coral canyons teem with tropical fish.
Opportunities to commune with nature abound, with acres of marine
parks, wildlife preserves, deserted beaches populated only by tame
iguanas, crab and conch farms, even a wild yet people-friendly
dolphin named "Jojo" who likes to play with swimmers.
soft-surface tennis courts, an 18 hole championship golf course,
professional massage services, nearby gaming tables and nightclub
offer diversions around the clock. And the people of Turks and Caicos
are among the friendliest in the Caribbean. Located halfway between
Miami and Puerto Rico, this British Crown Colony is actually a group
of over 40 islands and cays. Only nine of these are inhabited,
including Providenciales, home to Grace Bay Club.
Though the islands are relatively undeveloped, it's easy to
get to Providenciales and Grace Bay Club. Daily direct flights from
Miami arrive early enough for a late lunch and a relaxing afternoon
on that breathtaking beach.