Turks & Caicos, more precisely, Point Grace in Turks & Caicos is one of those magical destinations in the Caribbean that inspires dreams and fulfills the travel bucket list of many. “The property is lush and secluded with a quiet, beautiful beach. Umbrellas, cabanas, and chaise lounges guarded by deceptively quiet attendants lavishing guests with fresh fruit skewers, fresh fruit sorbets, cold water & ice buckets make paradise perfect. This is a lovely place to restore the soul and replenish a tired spirit.”
Located in Grace Bay, Point Grace has only 28 suites, each a beautiful, comfortable abode that echoes the hotel’s British Colonial design.
Grace Bay took its name from one particular woman who honeymooned upon its shores in 1892, but it’s a fitting sobriquet in more ways than one. This idyllic stretch of Caribbean is timelessly elegant, thanks both to its appearance and the small number of other people who’ve even found out about it. You can see, quite literally, why Condé Nast Traveler called its beach one of the prettiest in the Caribbean. The powder white of the sand beautifully sets off the water’s Tiffany blue, lending the beach at large an air of effortless refinement.
From now until the end of July, Gilt Travel is offering accommodation in a Pool Level Cottage, with daily breakfast and a $50.00 resort credit. See here for more details.
Source: Gilt // Quote from here.