Grace Bay Resorts unveils Point Grace plans

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Bar area at Grace's Cottage at Point Grace resort in the Turks and Caicos.
Bar area at Grace's Cottage at Point Grace resort in the Turks and Caicos.

Grace Bay Resorts, which acquired the 35-suite Point Grace resort in the Turks and Caicos last April, unveiled design plans for the boutique beachfront property on Grace Bay.

New York-based Young Huh Interior Design has been tasked with refurbishing the poolside cottages, oceanfront suites, the lobby and other public spaces.

Already completed is the redesign of Grace's Cottage, the resort's French-themed restaurant.

Enhancements include a new bar and lounge, expanded terraced seating areas and new landscaping, all framed by a 25-foot-long glass-tile mosaic wall.

Point Grace was designed in the late 1990s by SWA Architects, based in the Turks and Caicos.

That firm plans additional improvements at the resort in the next months, including a new breakfast area and fitness center.

In addition to Point Grace, Grace Bay Resorts' portfolio comprises the Grace Bay Club, West Bay Club, the Private Villa Collection and the soon-to-open Rock House Resort on the north coast of Providenciales.

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