The story begins over a century before ground was broken on the site that Point Grace now stands.
In 1892 a woman named Grace Hutchings sailed to Providenciales (formerly known as Blue Hills) from Grand Turk with her new husband to honeymoon in the hills of the Bight, overlooking the breathtaking turquoise sea.
Grace was a gracious, elegant young woman who quickly charmed the local residents. Soon after she and her new husband departed, the locals named the twelve mile beach along the north shore in her honour.
Over a century later, Point Grace was inspired and designed to do justice to Lady Grace.
Today, that joyous spirit – unsullied, innocent, yet ablaze with natural splendour, resonates throughout the golden enclave of Point Grace.
Here, in this serene setting ideal for relaxation, regeneration and reflection – you might even hear the whispered echo of Grace’s laughter still lingering in the soothing tropical breeze.
Point Grace majestically adorns the “Point” of Grace Bay, part of the Princess Alexandra National Park on the pristine northern shore of the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands. This extraordinary setting provides ultimate exclusivity, privacy and serenity on what has been described by many as the best beach in the world.
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