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The 12-mile beach that meanders along the north side of the island of Providenciales (Provo to the locals), has won international acclaim for its breathtaking beauty and peaceful serenity. Sugary white sand seeps into mesmerizing aquamarine waters, a gateway to the Princess Alexandra National Park, the pristine playground that is your front yard. The 3rd longest coral reef in the world beckons, less than half a mile from your beachfront.
Situated on the still lightly touched eastern end of the legendary beach is Kempinski Grace Bay. Its discrete setting offers an unhurried pace and sense of calm, a secluded slice of the Caribbean from a bygone era.
Within the spacious property there are plenty of ways to relax, restore and recreate. And, the casual charm of the island is just a few minutes away, offering restaurants, shops, and other activities and attractions, including the highly-regarded Royal Turks and Caicos Royal Golf Club. Water sports and activities such as our world-class scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, horseback riding, wake boarding and kite surfing are easily accessible. Sailing and power boat charters, ideal for experiencing the unspoiled beauty and local charm of our outer islands, are just minutes away at Leeward Marina.
Kempinski Grace Bay is a 15-minute drive from Providenciales International Airport (PLS) which offers nonstop flights to more than a dozen major gateways in North American and London, as well as two fully equipped FBOs for private aircraft. Fully staffed customs and immigration services are also available at the nearby Leeward Marina. A full range of ground transportation options are available, including taxis, private car services, limousines and car rentals.
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Grace Bay Beach – fun facts
- Grace Bay Beach stretches for 12 miles along the north coast of the island and has been consistently ranked as one of the top beaches in the world.
- The Grace Bay Beach is especially pristine due to the east-southeast wind direction which makes sargassum and seaweed deposits rare, keeping the beach and sand clean.
- The sea along Grace Bay Beach is clam and safe thanks to an offshore barrier reef protecting it from large swells.
- Legend has it that Grace Bay Beach was named after Grace Jane Hutchings, the wife of Hugh Houston Hutchings, Commissioner of the Turks and Caicos from 1933-1934.
- Grace Bay Beach is home to the Grace Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, part of the Princess Alexandra National Park to ensure the continuation of vibrant coral reefs and marine life.