The long-awaited debut of the Rock House resort in Turks and Caicos is here.
The cliffside 5-star luxury hotel very quietly opened its doors in May.
The property, set on a 14-acre site with 600 feet of water frontage (and also 350 feet of beachfront), is a different type of hotel for Providenciales, thanks to its altitude, rising to as high as 95 feet over sea level.
Rock House Resort includes a collection of 46 accommodations ranging from poolside studios to two-bedroom oceanfront houses. Every room includes a balcony.
Rock House Turks & Caicos Resort
It’s the new development for Grace Bay Resort. Best known for its signature Grace Bay Club on Grace Bay Beach, the West Bay Club as well as Point Grace.
A new luxury property to join what is just one of the area’s even more outstanding portfolios of high-level resorts in Turks and Caicos signature deluxe hotel, the renowned Shore Club on Long Bay Beach.
Indeed, Rock House is the 2nd major resort launched in Turks and Caicos in the last year. Following last summer’s top-level launch of the magnificent new Ritz-Carlton, Poise Bay.
As well as while it’s a residencial hotel, the services are durable.
That consists of 3 dining concepts: the Beach Club, the Cave Bar and the Sunset Bar. And after that there’s the focal point 100-foot-long infinity swimming pool set right on an oceanfront cliff.
The Beach Club is what Grace Bay Resorts calls a “hip and also trendy bar and dining establishment”. The Cave Bar concentrates on “handcrafted alcoholic drinks.”
The Sunset Bar, another cocktail place, is all about the sight, particularly in the late hours of the day.
The hotel provides service throughout a number of “lounging areas,” with personalized cuisine and drinks for guests around the hotel.
Turks and Caicos has actually been seeing sizzling site visitor numbers amidst the pandemic; Rock House’s launching is yet one more boost for the islands.