Graceful Getaways

Grace Bay Club offers two summer specials on Turks and Caicos

By: By Michael Lowe

Although Christopher Columbus may have been the first European to visit the West Indies, the Grace Bay Club was the first to plant a luxury, all-suite hotel on the West Indie island of Turks and Caicos. Settled on 11 acres of beachfront property, Grace Bay Club may not have been what Columbus was after, but with two special summer packages worth up to $1000 in savings, it should definitely be in your clients’ sights.

Grace Bay Club’s Summer Special is available from June to Dec. 31. Grace Bay guests will receive the sixth night free when booking a one bedroom suite or higher for five nights. If a free night wasn’t enticing enough, the resort is including one complimentary dinner for two and a choice between a round of golf or a therapeutic massage per adult.

The Experience the Penthouse at Grace Bay Club offer has been available since June of last year and is still going strong, but will only be available until Dec. 20. Guests can choose from a four-night stay in either the resort’s Penthouse Suite or the Grace Bay Penthouse Suite and receive unlimited lavish spa treatments and meals in any of the property’s restaurants throughout their stay. Between June 1, 2008 and October 31, 2008, rates will begin at $23,300 for the Penthouse suite and $32,000 for the Grace Bay Penthouse suite, but in November, they will jump to $26,900 and $38,300 respectively.

Among its other 38-ultra spacious suites, the Grace Bay Club now offers the world’s first Infiniti Edge Bar and a collection of contemporary beachfront eateries flaunting a chic redesign. In addition to gourmet food and drink, the resort offers a new 5,000 square foot Anani Spa and Fitness Center, an on-the-beach pool, a poolside Grill and Bar and a children’s Eco-Activity program at Kid’s Town.

Rates include tax and service charge. Packages can be booked back to back for an extended stay.

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