The Sands at Grace Bay is a multi-awarding winning resort located on Grace Bay Beach with western beach exposure, calmer waters, beautiful sunsets and a well-established management team. The Caribbean Plantation style setting comprises 114 suites in six, three-storey buildings embraced by lush tropical landscaping. This large one bedroom penthouse level Meridian Suite with a total of 1,028 SF has been newly refurbished and being an end unit it offers extra natural light from the additional windows in the dining area and kitchen along with the floor to ceiling windows that open to a screened-in balcony. The high ceilings accented by crown moldings enhance the openness of this beautifully appointed suite. The kitchen contains all modern appliances including granite countertops. The living room comes complete with a Queen-sized sofa bed providing more sleeping accommodations for you and your rental guests along with a dual entrance to the bathroom creating easy access from the master bedroom as an en-suite or privacy when being accessed as a guest bathroom. Among the myriad of resort amenities includes the award winning beachfront Hemingway's Restaurant & Bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Within the garden courtyard in the center of the resort are three free-form swimming pools, a waterfall and private Jacuzzi area. The on-site spa is operated by Spa Tropique adjacent to the state-of-the-art fitness center and hospitality lounge in building 1. Use of non-motorized watersports is available to owners and guests as is the on-site tennis court. This all-suite resort is a popular vacation rental for both family and couples looking for a central beachfront location and ample resort amenities.
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