Located directly on the shores of dazzling Grace Bay, our Caribbean hotel is centrally located to conveniences and attractions. You don’t have to leave the Alexandra Resort to have a great vacation, but if you do, here’s what you’ll find in our neighbourhood.
Next door to the Alexandra Resort is the The Palms Spa, which at 25,000 square feet is one of the largest day spas on the island, and Palm Place, a collection of boutique shops. Palm Place features a convenience store that sells grocery basics like bread, milk, and butter, as well as an impressive selection of gourmet snacks and treats, and a good selection of wine and beer.
On the west side of the Alexandra Resort is Beaches Turks and Caicos. If you want to try out their facilities, the all-inclusive Caribbean resort sells day passes based on availability.
Just a 10-minute walk to the west on the beach, guests can enjoy some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean in front of Coral Garden Resort. Or, stroll no more than a few steps from our on site restaurant Asú on the beach and you can be picked up by Caicos Dream Tours for a boating excursion.
You can also walk east on Grace Bay Beach to many other restaurants and Caribbean hotels. Take a short cut through Seven Stars Resort to reach the Gourmet IGA. Shopping at Regent Village and Salt Mills Plaza is also equally accessible.
Provo Golf Club is a five-minute drive away, and the Turtle Cove Marina can be reached in eight minutes. The international airport (PLS) is a 15-minute drive from the resort.
Our very own Turks and Caicos Collection features two other stunning Turks and Caicos hotels, the Beach House and Blue Haven Resort and Marina. A complimentary dining shuttle service between the three resorts is available to dine at Kitchen 218 at Beach, or Fire & Ice and Salt Bar & Grill at Blue Haven Resort and Marina. The shuttle may also be used to visit Market, a grocery story and café at Blue Haven Resort.