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The Oasis at Grace Bay
4 out of 5
#2 Crescent Street, Grace Bay, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$652
per night
Feb 26 - Feb 27
4.6/5Exceptional! (282 reviews)

"Resort location is great. Close to stores, food, shopping... short walk to the beach.. or take a golf cart ride. Pools are clean... staff is excellent. Very nice stay."…"

Reviewed on 16 Feb. 2020

The Oasis at Grace Bay
Royal West Indies Resort
4 out of 5
Grace Bay Rd, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.4/5Wonderful! (1,786 reviews)

"The rooms and property is clean. Beach is beautiful"…"

Reviewed on 14 Feb. 2020

Royal West Indies Resort
Ocean Club Resort
3.5 out of 5
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.3/5Excellent! (1,096 reviews)

"Clean...beautiful...friendly...will go back!!!!!!!"…"

Reviewed on 16 Feb. 2020

Ocean Club Resort
Alexandra Resort - ALL-INCLUSIVE
4 out of 5
Princess Dr, Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,039
per night
Feb 20 - Feb 21
4.2/5Excellent! (1,084 reviews)

"Very good food, excellent service, nice low key entertainment, and great beach"…"

Reviewed on 14 Feb. 2020

Alexandra Resort - ALL-INCLUSIVE
Sands At Grace Bay
4 out of 5
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,036
per night
Mar 5 - Mar 6
4.3/5Excellent! (1,264 reviews)

"The staff was very kind and moved us to another room due to issues in our first room. They went above and beyond to make us satisfied and comfortable. Some renovations are needed and room furniture needs to be updated."…"

Reviewed on 9 Feb. 2020

Sands At Grace Bay
Carib Club
3 out of 5
No.22 Carib Club Drive, Long Bay, Providenciales, Providenciales
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3.3/5 (29 reviews)
Nice clean hotel, recommended!

"The hotel was really good. The hostess was really nice and helped us out at the island. Very clean and nice room with all the facilities needed. Good kitchen. It's a very valuable place to stay compared to many other places around grace bay. The location is a bit "off" though so a car or bike is ..."…"

Reviewed on 3 Jan. 2016

Carib Club
Grace Bay Beach Ocean Villas
3.5 out of 5
10-15 Coconut Road, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$466
per night
Feb 23 - Feb 24
4.6/5Wonderful! (41 reviews)

"Our Villa was spotless and very nice! The property offered everything we needed to enjoy our week Long Beach trip. Isa kept us stocked on fresh towels and our Villa clean from all the sand we would track in. We definitely recommend Grace Bay Ocean Beach Villas and will use them again in the future. ..."…"

Reviewed on 22 Sep. 2019

Grace Bay Beach Ocean Villas
Beach House - ALL-INCLUSIVE Adults Only
4 out of 5
218 Lower Bight Road, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,556
per night
Feb 19 - Feb 20
4.6/5Exceptional! (250 reviews)

"Just spent the best week at the Beach House. Loved the boutique all-inclusive feel. We got to know the staff very well throughout our stay, and they took great care of us. It was fun to see the same people throughout the week and felt much more personal than a big resort. From the welcome tour and ..."…"

Reviewed on 25 Jan. 2020

Beach House - ALL-INCLUSIVE Adults Only
Blue Haven Resort - ALL-INCLUSIVE
4 out of 5
Leeward Marina, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,173
per night
Feb 19 - Feb 20
4.4/5Wonderful! (349 reviews)

"Very quiet reserved atmosphere if you just want to relax and unwind."…"

Reviewed on 3 Feb. 2020

Blue Haven Resort - ALL-INCLUSIVE
Coral Gardens on Grace Bay
3.5 out of 5
Penns Road, Grace Bay, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.3/5Excellent! (265 reviews)

"Love that the coral reef is right at the beach there. We enjoyed that daily. The staff was very kind and welcoming. We will most definitely return to that location."…"

Reviewed on 10 Feb. 2020

Coral Gardens on Grace Bay
Wymara Resort and Villas
5 out of 5
Lower Bight Road, Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,844
per night
Feb 19 - Feb 20
4.7/5Exceptional! (465 reviews)

"The resort was great. Staff, property, and service were all excellent."…"

Reviewed on 11 Feb. 2020

Wymara Resort and Villas
Grace Bay Club
5 out of 5
Grace Bay Circle Road, P.O. Box 128 Grace Bay, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,740
per night
Mar 3 - Mar 4
4.7/5Exceptional! (203 reviews)

"A hidden gem. Small resort feel while at the same time luxurious. Classy pools, beautiful beach, excellent restaurant, and friendly staff. Lots of restaurants within walking distance and complementary shuttle to the sister resorts."…"

Reviewed on 14 Dec. 2019

Grace Bay Club
Grandview on Grace Bay
4 out of 5
Grandview on Grace Bay Leeward Highway, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.9/5Exceptional! (21 reviews)

"The condo was beautiful and provided everything we needed. It was on our favorite part of the beach. We will stay here again."…"

Reviewed on 4 Sep. 2018

Grandview on Grace Bay
Inn at Grace Bay
3 out of 5
382 Grace Bay Road, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.5/5Wonderful! (323 reviews)

"Affordable place and we enjoyed our stay here for the most part. Some parts of the pool were gross at the bottom most of the week, we had to rent a pack and play from a third party (friend of property manager which we never met) which felt weird, unprofessional, and shady. Also, be aware that Expedia ..."…"

Reviewed on 17 Feb. 2020

Inn at Grace Bay
Island Club Turks
3 out of 5
375 Grace Bay Road, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.6/5Exceptional! (53 reviews)

"The property was clean, safe, close to beach, and the manager was easy to talk to. The supermarket and restaurants where within walking distance."…"

Reviewed on 15 Feb. 2020

Island Club Turks
 Kokomo Botanical Resort with Butler Service
4 out of 5
31 Downwind Street, Providenciales, Providenciales
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4.5/5Wonderful! (66 reviews)

"Nice cottage style hotel. Rooms very small but can get by if you only sleep here. Need car for sure to get to the beaches and restaurants. Next time I would tent airbnb villa on the water for extra cost."…"

Reviewed on 25 Aug. 2019

Kokomo Botanical Resort with Butler Service
La Vista Azul Resort
3.5 out of 5
Turtle Cove, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$331
per night
Mar 11 - Mar 12
4.1/5Very Good! (163 reviews)

"It was very affordable and beautiful at the same time"…"

Reviewed on 12 Feb. 2020

La Vista Azul Resort
Le Vele Resort
4 out of 5
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Providenciales
AU$1,266
per night
Feb 19 - Feb 20
4.4/5Wonderful! (23 reviews)

"Proximity to shops and restaurants is excellent. Can ride bikes to these amenities easily and safely. The sole kayak was not in great shape and no paddle board is available. In our unit the small fridge would not make ice. No ice machine is available. Luckily we took out Yeti bag so it was manageable ..."…"

Reviewed on 7 Apr. 2018

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Looking to truly relax this holiday? Unwind on the green at a Turks and Caicos golf resort. Between rousing rounds of golf with your travel companions and perfecting your putting form, you’ll forget about the outside world and embrace your getaway to the fullest.

Golf resorts in Turks and Caicos offer you the best of both worlds. You’ll have easy access to an immaculate golf course, on which you can spend all day swinging your nine irons and catching a bit of sunshine, and you’ll also stay at an incredible hotel. Your room will be fully equipped with all the amenities you’ve come to associate with a comfortable stay, such as a cozy mattress, all the best bath provisions, and exceptional customer service.

Looking for golfing buddies? After the 18th hole, visit the “19th hole” at the hotel bar and chat up other travellers looking for a bit of friendly rivalry. Need to unwind after spending all day on the green? Schedule a massage or take a dip in the pool for maximum relaxation. Get a good night’s sleep in your plush bed before hitting the course the next morning, and don’t forget to call the front desk to reserve a caddy or any clubs you may need. When you book golf packages in Turks and Caicos, some of these things may even be included!

Booking a hotel shouldn’t require as much attention as nailing a perfect putt. With Expedia, finding and booking the property that’s right for you is simple. Sort through our extensive selection of golf hotels in Turks and Caicos, select the one that’s right for you, and prepare to get swinging.

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What is a golf hotel?

 

Golf hotels provide a play-and-stay experience for golfers. They offer lodging and convenient access to a golf course, along with all the usual facilities of a hotel. On Expedia, you can find golf hotels which have either a 9+ golf course on site, or are located adjacent to a 18+ hole golf course. In the second case, the hotel has a partnership with the golf course and provides guests with conveniences such as a transport shuttles.

 

What can I expect when I stay at a Turks and Caicos golf hotel?

 

What’s offered by each golf hotel is different. Often they offer equipment rentals, caddies, golf carts, and transport to a golf course. Depending on the hotel and room type, this may be included in the rate or available at a surcharge.

Some hotels offer room rates inclusive of green fees or a number of games. You can find out more information about what’s included on the specific property page on Expedia.

 

What is a golf resort?

 

Golf resorts are typically larger than golf hotels, with more facilities and a full golf package. At a golf resort you might stay in chalets or in a large estate house, but everything golf is onsite. Green and cart fees are often included in the package price, along with accommodation, meals, and entertainment. An onsite golf shop will sell or rent kit and usually has a good selection of golf shoes and golf-ready outfits.

It’s all here. Arrange lessons, enjoy a few drinks at the ‘19th hole,’ share golfing tales over dinner—some golf resorts welcome and entertain family, too, so everyone has a vacation.

 

What’s the difference between a Turks and Caicos golf hotel and a country club?

 

As gathering places for the local well-to-do, country clubs are privately owned and often quite exclusive. Golf hotels, on the other hand, welcome guests from across the globe who want to enjoy golf and the privilege of staying in some stunning places. They may even share the country club’s facilities in some cases.

 

Can I get lessons at a Turks and Caicos golf hotel?

 

Yes, at many golf hotels you can get lessons on site. Some packages include lessons, but you can also book your room first and later arrange for lessons. Speak either to the golf shop or hotel reception, who will have more information. Alternatively, call ahead by using the hotel contact details on your Expedia booking confirmation.

If your hotel is affiliated with a golf club rather than having its own golf course, you might need to talk to the golf pro at the club.

 

Do Turks and Caicos golf hotels do corporate golf days?

 

Yes, most golf hotels offer corporate experiences and packages. Find out more on the property details page of the Turks and Caicos hotel you’re interested in.

 

How do I book a tee time at my Turks and Caicos golf hotel?

 

As every Turks and Caicos golf hotel is different, either talk with the hotel reception or the golf shop. It’s advisable to call ahead before your stay, so you can get your favorite tee time. You can contact the hotel directly using the details on your booking confirmation.

 

What are the best destinations for golf in the world?

 

Here are some great destinations for golf trips, each offering the chance to play in a different landscape:

 

What is the golf capital of the world?

 

Myrtle Beach is known as the golf capital of the world. Though not official, this self-given title befits Myrtle Beach, as the destination has many courses along a long stretch along South Carolina’s coast. Golf is affordable and accessible here, with lots of resorts and entertainment around to make for a great golfing trip.