Grace Bay Resorts' Rock House project to begin taking shape

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A rendering of the jetty with lounge beds for the Grace Bay Rock House project, which breaks ground in March.
A rendering of the jetty with lounge beds for the Grace Bay Rock House project, which breaks ground in March.

The first phase of Grace Bay Resorts' Rock House residential cottage resort on the north coast of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos is slated to begin construction by the end of March.

The cliffside studio suites and freestanding one- and two-bedroom cottages will be available for booking when not owner-occupied. Nightly rates have not yet been set.

Sizes range from 630 square feet in a studio to 1,700 square feet in a two-bedroom cottage.

Amenities will include the Beach Club with a private beach and a 150-foot-long jetty, lined with lounge chairs, the longest and first of its kind in Turks and Caicos.

Rock House also will include a signature restaurant, bars and a spa and fitness center.

Single-family estates are part of the second phase of the development. Grace Bay Resorts' portfolio includes the West Bay Club, the Private Villa Collection and the Point Grace Resort.

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