A completely modern boutique beachfront retreat where every room boasts stunning ocean views of Grace Bay Beach, known as one of the best beaches in the world.
The beachfront stretches 400 feet, with one of the world's largest barrier reefs just a short swim from the shoreline.
Grace Bay Beach
Gansevoort Turks & Caicos offers 91 guestrooms, including 32 suites and 4 penthouses
Even the studio units (shown above) are pretty awesome!
All of the spacious suites have impressive water views, kitchens or kitchenettes and airy terraces. Bathrooms have rain showers (some feature separate tubs) and frosted glass sliding doors.
Stretch out in a One-Bedroom Luxury Oceanfront Suite. With 1,100 square feet, these accommodations feature an open floor plan with at-home luxuries like a washer/dryer and dining room/living area.
7,000 square foot, infinity pool with pool island pods
- Full breakfast buffet
- Use of snorkel equipment, kayaks, paddle boards, hobie cats
- Property-wide WIFI
- Twice daily maid service
- On-site parking
- 24 hour fitness center
- Business center
AMENITIES + SERVICES
(Stelle Restaurant, Beach Bar + Grill serve gourmet, tropical dishes all day long)
- Renowned Exhale Mind Body Spa with outdoor yoga pavilion + in-room services
- Stelle Restaurant featuring modern Mediterranean cuisine
- Zest! featuring an outdoor pizza oven + lunch options
- Same day laundry service
- Pool + beachside private dining
The hotel offers plenty of complimentary pool chaise lounges around the pool or on the beach.
Guests can opt for a more exclusive experience and reserve a pool island pod for $150 per day. Advance reservations are recommended, as there are only four pool Island Pods available.
On the beach you can step it up and reserve a round beach bed for a charge of $100 per bed per day. Advance reservations are strongly recommended.
Guests may also select from a full list of excursions, like sailing and private boat charters to secluded islands and cays, kite boarding, parasailing, golf, tennis, horseback riding, eco tours, local art markets, casinos, world-renowned deep-sea fishing and scuba diving.