The Caribbean’s new boutique beach house

Expect barefoot luxury at the Beach House on Grace Bay.

The supremely sophisticated and picturesque Caicos and Turks islands in the Caribbean are a star-studded hideaway.

It is a little surprising that the Beach House on Grace Bay, a glorious white sliver of sand on Providencials (Provo to the locals), is the first real boutique, suite-only resort on the island.

The 21 suites are designed with the crisp white and blue Miami-meets-Caribbean beach retreat feel.

The bathroom amenities are a custom-made concoction by the owners.

And to ensure that guests totally get into the hard work of winding down, signs are dotted all over the resort reminding patrons to take off their shoes and a ‘no socks allowed’ dining policy is enforced.

It’s barefoot luxury whether you like it or not.

From $505 a night.

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