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Its location on a relatively undeveloped stretch of Grace Bay Beach, and an atmosphere so subdued that guests sometimes feel they ought to be tiptoeing, make Point Grace a haven for people who want no sounds but the lapping of waves, and, occasionally, a recommendation from a waiter. The 28-room resort has a modernized British Colonial style; the roomy suites feature a full kitchen and washer/dryer; there’s an excellent, if small, spa; and the restaurant is romantic enough to encourage marriage proposals, or reinforce that they were the right thing to do. But guests looking for a party atmosphere, or whose pleasure is to see their kids happily splashing in the pool, might want to look elsewhere. 
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Neighborhood Vibe
Staying at Point Grace requires a taxi or rental car to get just about anywhere conveniently. No need to travel for a beach, though, as Point Grace’s is superb, and the use of Hobie Cats and kayaks is free. On foot, the Regent Village and Salt Mills Plaza shopping centers are about 15 minutes away. The Provo Golf Club, with four sets of tees for all level of players, is a five-minute drive, and Da Conch Shack and Rum Bar, a longtime favorite for local food, is a 20-minute excursion. 
Need to Know
Rooms: 28 suites and penthouses. From $499 low season, $689 high season.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options:At the fine-dining restaurant Grace’s Cottage, indulge in such Caribbean-influenced dishes as citrus broiled lobster tail or coconut conch chowder while sitting under a candlelit gazebo or beneath the stars. Have breakfast and lunch overlooking the pool at Hutchings Restaurant, whose simple menu also exhibits a Caribbean bent.
Spa and gym details: The European-style Thalasso Spa uses seawater, ocean mud, and seaweed as the basis of its treatments. Although the spa is small, its setting behind the dunes that overlook Grace Bay is lovely. There are no tennis courts and no fitness room, but it's an easy walk to the gym at the Salt Mills Plaza, where daily guest passes are available for a fee. 
Insider Tips
Who’s it for: Couples who believe that the sign at the pool prohibiting any kind of noise is entirely appropriate.
Our favorite rooms:Upper-floor oceanfront suites have grand views of Grace Bay, and 1,551 square feet of floor space in two bedrooms.
Plan ahead:Room rates include airport transfers, but it is necessary to provide flight information in advance. 
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