Grace Bay Resorts has announced it has assumed ownership and management of Point Grace, a boutique resort located less than a mile from Grace Bay Club in Turks and Caicos.
The resort will be rebranded as a Grace Bay Resort property and will retain the Point Grace name, with gradual improvements planned over the next several months.
Point Grace will have 35 luxury suites and a modern, chic design. Point Grace currently operates two restaurants, Hutchings Restaurant, located in a tropical garden setting overlooking the pool, and Grace’s Cottage, a dinner-only restaurant with a diverse gourmet Caribbean menu. Point Grace also offers spa experiences, a wide range of water activities and excursions.
As a Small Luxury Hotels of the World affiliate, Point Grace is part of more than 500 affiliated luxury hotels in more than 80 countries. Grace Bay Resorts will work alongside Point Grace staff to implement additional training programs and elevate the resort’s already strong service standards.
The Point Grace story began over a century before ground was broken on the site that is now the resort. Grace Bay Beach is named after Grace Hutchings, a woman who visited the island on her honeymoon and quickly charmed the local residents. Over a century later, Point Grace was inspired and designed to do justice to Lady Grace.
Grace Bay Resorts, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018, is a boutique developer and operator of luxury resorts and branded residences in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. Grace Bay Resorts is currently comprised of Grace Bay Club, West Bay Club, Point Grace and The Private Villa Collection.