By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton
GRACE BAY calls you.
Sure, there’s the requisite sand and surf, the whites and the blues and the calming kiss of the waves on the reef.
But Grace Bay is more, a beach that consumes your mornings and your afternoons and your sunsets, a beach that you never want to leave, a beach that never wants to leave you either.
It’s one of the ultimate beaches in the world, and if you’re looking to experience it, to practice life as a member of the beach clergy, there is one place here that connects you to Grace Bay in a way no other property does.
This is The Sands at Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos, a beach hotel for beach lovers, the ultimate portal to Grace Bay.
There are 114 rooms here, ranging from studios to sweeping three-bedroom suites with full kitchens and sprawling screened-in patios.
Every room immediately becomes your Turks and Caicos home, whether you bring in dinner from the Hemingway’s restaurant, have your coffee on the patio or spend your afternoons with the second-floor breeze.
There are three large pools, including a flowing canal-style pool and one right on the edge of the beach, a tennis court, a gym and a spa (yes, with in-room treatments available).
They have everything you need here, with some of the best service in Turks and Caicos, along with the aforementioned Heminwgay’s, a beachfront eatery that has become a culinary institution in Providenciales.
But there’s one amenity that reigns, with a court of thatched-roof palapas and catamarans and rum punches and perfect days.
It’s Grace Bay, calling you.
You should probably answer.
For more, visit The Sands at Grace Bay.
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