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Sands at Grace Bay

Sands at Grace Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located at the center of Grace Bay, the 114-room Sands at Grace Bay offers solid, if not spectacular, amenities -- a fitness center, a nice restaurant, two pools, and a long stretch of oceanfront -- at attractive rates. While its pools and lush grounds aren't quite as impressive as those at pricier resorts, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better value, especially when factoring in the generous size of the rooms, almost all of which feature furnished balconies.
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.
La Vista Azul Resort

La Vista Azul Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Made up of 78 large one- and two-bedroom luxury condos (each with a kitchen and washer/dryer), this condo-hotel complex offers stunning views of the Caribbean via two rooftop pools and huge balconies in every unit. There's no beach access (the property is one of few not even located near Grace Bay), restaurant, overnight desk staff, or spa; guests come for the beautiful views and accessible price tag.
Ocean Club Resort

Ocean Club Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

On a beach lined with high-end properties, the Ocean Club Resort is decidedly mid-range. But it still has its advantages: a beachfront location, an on-site cafe and bar, two pools, and a fitness center. Sure, tacky rooms need some aesthetic rehabilitation and the size of the pools is hardly worth getting excited about, but the price is right.
Club Med Turkoise, Turks & Caicos

Club Med Turkoise, Turks & Caicos Rating: 3.5 Pearls

As the island's first resort, the 290-room, mid-range Club Med Turkoise has lost a bit of its original sex appeal. But even though its small rooms (with no balconies) are slightly dated, and have begun to show some signs of wear and tear, the hotel's bar still throws some of the island's latest parties. The village-sized property stays packed, thanks to the stretch of pristine beach just off the back of the hotel, the nightly live entertainment, and the huge variety of water and land activities offered (including trapeze sessions and scuba diving). It's not ideal for those looking for romance or privacy, but it's a solid bet for solo travelers and any couples or groups looking for a sociable holiday on a budget.
Royal West Indies Resort

Royal West Indies Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Royal West Indies is a middle-of-the-road choice for comfortable -- but not exceptional -- accommodations and amenities. You won't find tennis courts, a spa, or even a fitness center, but a decent restaurant, two pools, and a lovely beachfront exceed expectations for the budget price. Rooms are mediocre at best, and bathrooms are especially small, but every unit has a furnished balcony and, again, the rates are easy on the wallet.
The Alexandra Resort and Spa

The Alexandra Resort and Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 115-room resort may not be the best in Turks and Caicos, but thanks to a 2010 renovation, it is one of the best for the price. Spacious and stylish contemporary rooms, a large free-form pool, a fitness center, tennis courts, a small spa, and one of the island’s most recommended restaurants put this upper-middle-range property a cut above.
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.
Trade Winds Condotel

Trade Winds Condotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 18-unit condo-hotel has very little in the way of amenities, with just a small pool and barbecue grill with picnic area. Clean, spacious suites are the real draw, featuring full kitchens, washer/dryers, and large balconies -- for some of Providenciales' more affordable rates. The location is near major shopping and dining areas -- but it's not right on the beach (Grace Bay is a 5-minute walk away).
Reef Residences

Reef Residences Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This condo-hotel is a solid mid-range option on pricey Turks and Caicos, with 24 spacious -- if slightly worn -- suites featuring full kitchens, sofa beds, and sprawling patios. Features are adequate for a small condo property -- there's a small pool, fitness center, and spa -- and it's only a 100-yard stroll to the beach.


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