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The Somerset on Grace Bay

The Somerset on Grace Bay Rating: 4.5 Pearls

A sophisticated, modern resort with stunning views, the 53-room Somerset is a cut above most Providenciales properties. The food is overpriced (though excellent) and the property lacks tennis courts, but its two beautiful pools, elegant grounds, top-notch rooms, and pristine beachfront allow it to rival some of the island’s more well-known luxury options like Grace Bay Club and the Gansevoort.
West Bay Club

West Bay Club Rating: 4.5 Pearls

A beachfront condo resort tucked away on the western edge of Grace Bay, the 46-room West Bay Club offers excellent value for a luxury property. High-end rooms ranging from studios to four-bedrooms are airy and stylish, and all but the studios feature large balconies. The relaxing infinity-edge pool, modern gym and small poolside bar and grill add to the hotel's sophisticated yet low-key sensibility.
Point Grace

Point Grace Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This luxury boutique is heavy on style and refinement, with British Colonial design and 28 huge multi-room suites (they start at 1,080 square feet) featuring kitchens, terraces, and high-end bathrooms. Property highlights include a lovely, tranquil pool, personal beachfront service, a small but spectacular spa, and one of the Providenciales’ most romantic dinner spots. However, its remote location on the point of the beautiful, 12-mile Grace Bay beach -- while peaceful and quiet -- makes it necessary for guests to rely on expensive taxis or car rentals to explore the island.
Villa Del Mar

Villa Del Mar Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The real draw at this 42-room boutique resort is the rooms -- spacious and modern with full kitchens, they’re just about the best you can get for the price. But on-property amenities are few -- two pools, a small fitness center, and no restaurant -- and a short walk through neighboring resort Grace Bay Club is required to get to the beach.
Caribbean Paradise Inn

Caribbean Paradise Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Caribbean Paradise Inn has 18 honey rooms, all with balconies or terraces overlooking the lush garden grounds. Suites have full, outdoor kitchenettes. This mid-range hotel is ideal for singles or couples on a budget who want to be within walking distance to the beach, shops, bars, and restaurants. Open from November to August, the adjacent Iron Chef-owned restaurant, Cobaya, serves acclaimed Caribbean fusion and seafood dishes. Note that with slow, seasonal (and sometimes noisy) renovations in the hands of the owner, many rooms are at various levels of renovation -- some displaying contemporary decor and fixtures, and others looking dated. However, in an area filled mostly filled with expensive resorts and residence properties, the Caribbean Paradise offers great bang for your buck -- especially in the newer rooms.
Ports of Call Resort

Ports of Call Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 98-room Ports of Call Resort is an upper-middle-range hotel located between Provo's two main roads. Although not directly on the Grace Bay Beach, it does have a dedicated beach space and is just a five-minute walk (or free shuttle ride) away. Rooms are all spacious Junior Suites with updated contemporary decor featuring local art. Family-friendly features like a kids' playground and sitter service make it ideal for families, while couples can take advantage of the private and quiet vibe. Meanwhile, the poolside bar happy hours and proximity to shops, restaurants, and bars make it appealing to other travelers, too. Features are more extensive here than at many other options in this price category.
Sibonne Beach Hotel Grace Bay

Sibonne Beach Hotel Grace Bay Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 28-room Sibonne Beach Hotel was one of the first properties on Grace Bay, and has endured as one of the only budget options on the sand. But there's no gym or no spa -- only a small circular pool and a modestly priced restaurant. Worst of all are old rooms with an overwhelming musty smell that overflows into outdoor spaces. Rates are among the island’s lowest, and those looking for nothing more than a simple room in a great location might come away happy. Just remember that nicer options -- including The Alexandra and the neighboring Sands at Grace Bay -- can often be had for not too much more.
Harbour Club Villas & Marina

Harbour Club Villas & Marina Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This extremely small residence-style boutique property only has six units, and is surrounded by lush native plants and flowers. The front of the quiet and slightly remote Harbour Club Villas and Marina is flanked by lakefront, which is popular for fishing; the back of the property is home to a seafront marina used by local tourist companies for fishing, scuba, and snorkeling trips (as well as guests docking their boats). Boaters, couples, families, and groups looking for a quiet getaway and full kitchens will find this property attractive -- especially larger groups who can rent all six units and have the place to themselves. For a slightly (and sometimes much) higher price tag you can find more updated and contemporary units on the island, but none of them have the Harbour Club's unique dual-waterfront location and incredibly intimate vibe.


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