Point Grace is located on Grace Bay, part of the Princess Alexandra National Park, a protected marine reserve on the northern coast of the island Providenciales.
Named after the hotel’s singular location at the point of Grace Bay (which derived its name from Grace Hutchings who spent her honeymoon in a small cottage on Grace Bay over 100 years ago), Point Grace is a highly unique boutique hotel with 28 luxurious one, two-, three- and four bedroom suites and penthouses.
Condé Nast’s 2003, 2004 and 2005 Gold Lists
Condé Nast’s Recommended Hotels List 2006 – 2012
Winning the prestigious World Travel Awards “Caribbean’s Leading Boutique Hotel” for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010.
Grace Bay described by Condé Nast Traveler as ‘one of the best beaches in the world’.
The hotel is inspired by classic turn-of-the-century British Colonial architecture. Finishing is to the highest quality and includes imposing mahogany entry doors, Turkish Saturnia floors, Italian granite countertops, Indonesian teak furniture, a variety of exotic fabrics, Frette towels, sheets and robes and British bathroom amenities. Suites and public areas are adorned with paintings and accessories from throughout the world.
Thalasso Spa at Point Grace Resort
The Thalasso Spa at Point Grace Resort on Providenciales is a full-service European-style Thalassotherapy spa. We have combined our knowledge of famous Thalgo Spas of France and have created a relaxing Caribbean ocean front environment for your enjoyment.
Thalassotherapy uses the properties of sea water as well as applications of sea mud and select seaweed by our breathtaking views of Princess Alexandra National Marine Park in Grace Bay. During treatments, specialists trained in these European techniques apply selected products of the highest quality. These treatments contribute to naturally restore vital energy.
Fresh sea breezes and a marvelous view of the ocean are part of the thalasso beauty elements. Point Grace’s spa is located in three, white-washed buildings set apart at the east of the property and just back from the beach dune. The treatment rooms are designed to allow doors and windows to be open to the ocean view and sea air while guests are being pampered, yet privacy is maintained. Each high-ceilinged suite is thoroughly outfitted with massage table, marble sinks and an open-roofed shower.
This simple, naturally beautiful environment blends well with Juliane’s European influenced philosophy of wellness therapy. She says, “I believe in a pure, natural approach without the need for artifice. Professionalism, the knowledge that comes through our hands and the best products are all that is needed.”
Dining at Point Grace Resort
Acclaimed as one of the island’s finest dining experiences, Grace’s Cottage presents a unique blend of Caribbean ingredients and gourmet cuisine. At this elegant restaurant, diners choose from a diverse gourmet Caribbean menu, which showcases the region’s strong ethnic influences and finest ingredients. The extensive wine list offers an excellent selection from around the globe. Many of these are available by the glass, recommended to match the wonderful food creations.