Save up to 57% on travel through December 19, 2017 – discounts vary by travel date
Save 25% on Studios and 1 Bedroom Suites and save 28% on 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Suites.
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Windsong on the Reef is a refreshingly intimate, Caribbean beachfront resort located on Grace Bay and Providenciales’ best coral reef. With just 50 rooms and suites on four floors, the resort enjoys exclusive membership in Preferred Boutique Hotels and is a Trip Advisor “Top 25 Caribbean Hotel.” Daily Continental breakfast, WIFI, non-motorized watercraft, bicycles, fitness center, underground parking, and chilled water and towels–both beachside and at the oceanfront pool–are complimentary. Relaxing spa treatments, romantic candlelight beach dinners, Jojo’s refreshing libations and menu selections, and scheduled entertainment delight Windsong guests.
All accommodations offer kitchens or kitchenettes and laundry facilities. Selections range from standard rooms, to studios, to exquisite 1-4 bedroom oceanfront and penthouse suites up to 4,480 sq. ft. Additionally, Windsong offers a unique, private oceanfront villa with a trellised oceanfront terrace and private plunge pool.
Pavilion Restaurant is located at the Somerset Resort, a luxury Caribbean resort nestled on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands, British West Indies. Open for breakfast and dinner.
Beach Deck is located at the Beach House, a boutique Caribbean resort nestled on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands, British West Indies.
Grace Bay beach is touted as being the 'best in the world' by many publications around the globe and is, by far, the biggest draw to the island.