Gansevoort Turks and Caicos, a Wymara Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Gansevoort is without a doubt the sexiest resort on Grace Bay, and its stunning pool and breeze-filled lobby wow guests from the moment they set foot on the property. This posh resort is located on a stunning beach, with guest-only beach lounge chairs, umbrellas, and beds, as well as food and drink service.

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 The Gansevoort is without a doubt the sexiest resort on Grace Bay, and its stunning pool and breeze-filled lobby wow guests from the moment they set foot on the property. This posh resort is located on a stunning beach, with guest-only beach lounge chairs, umbrellas, and beds, as well as food and drink service.
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Located at the Point (hence, the name) on Providenciales’ 12-mile Grace Bay, Point Grace is tucked away from the rest of the tourist racket. As a result, it is one of the few resorts at which you will not be able to see other resorts from your window, the pool, or the beach. A 30-minute boat ride northeast of Providenciales is all it takes to find the utter isolation of Parrot Cay. The 1,000-plus-acre resort may be no tiny isle, but it’s easy to feel like the only person on it due to its spread-out layout. The Gansevoort is without a doubt the sexiest resort on Grace Bay, and its stunning pool and breeze-filled lobby wow guests from the moment they set foot on the property. This posh resort is located on a stunning beach, with guest-only beach lounge chairs, umbrellas, and beds, as well as food and drink service. The short walk between the pool and the beach at this charming property is surrounded by lush greenery on a wooden deck lined with palm trees, and on the resort’s 300-foot stretch of Grace Bay, you’ll find the same classic navy blue umbrellas, bright yellow towels, and attentive service as at the pool. A sophisticated, modern resort with stunning views, the 53-room Somerset is a cut above most Providenciales properties. The scenery is so impressive that guests tend to have a hard time sitting still. While in the pool, it’s impossible not to yearn for the crystalline ocean; yet, once on the beach, the pool looks too good to ignore. Set on 65 acres, the Beaches resort has a lot of stunning beachfront to offer guests. This 115-room beachfront resort manages to provide elegant, spacious suites, exceptional service, and a plethora of amenities for rates often much lower than competing properties'. Swinging in a hammock at dusk in Turks and Caicos? Sounds good to us, too. At this resort, loungers are available, but taking a beachside swing in a hammock might just be better. Opened in 1993, Grace Bay Club is Turks and Caicos’ original luxury benchmark. Grace Bay Club’s beachfront is one of the finest along the world-renowned Grace Bay. Red daybeds and crisp white umbrellas dot more than 1,000 yards of one of the widest stretches of beach in the area. The beach service is doting, and tons of free water sports equipment is available. 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.
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