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Northwest Point Resort
Ranked #33 of 45 Hotels in Providenciales
Certificate of Excellence
San Francisco, California
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60 reviews
12 hotel reviews
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“Peaceful and Unique”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 January 2012

This was my second visit to the Resort, and it was an excellent, restorative experience as before. Other reviewers have already noted its tranquility, value, beauty, friendly service, etc., and this is all true. While it is somewhat far from the rest of the island, staying there allowed us to explore the island/other beaches which we may not have done otherwise. We never would have visited the Chalk Sound part of the island, for example. The resort has a new chef, and his conch fritters rival those that we've tasted in more upscale restaurants. While you should not expect the suites to be "squeaky, 'sanitized'" clean (it is on the beach after all), or equipped with the very newest appliances like you may find in the mega, over-priced resorts, they are truly clean, comfortable, cheerful, spacious, and fully-equipped with anything you would need. We're discerning travelers and have high standards for cleanliness. Pool area is gorgeous and un-crowded; you can read in a nice hammock that has a perfect view of the beach (and they have a nice extensive library for borrowing/taking books). I loved that staying here offered a more "true" caribbean experience than what the bigger resorts would provide. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 was the beach. While beautiful and perfectly equipped with umbrellas etc. (and un-crowded), the beach itself has lots of seaweed (no-one's fault of course). If there was a way for the resort to tackle this, the beach would be ideal. Overall, I love this resort and hope to return again!

  • Stayed December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Fredericton, Canada
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 January 2012

My family just returned from 14 nights in a two bedroom, two bathroom ground floor ocean view condo at Northwest Point and had a fantastic Christmas vacation!

The property is located at the northwest point of Providenciales, beside a national park, and far from the madding crowds of Grace Bay Beach. A car rental is a must (ours was included with our condo rental and that helped when we came to settling the car insurance bill--the resort staff ensured that we weren't overcharged) The property is well cared for and respectful of its isolated location--the two condo buildings are low-rise (3 storey) with terrific views of the beach/pool/gardens from most places in the resort. At its height, there were sixty people in the entire complex--but much of the time guests numbered between 10-15, which meant that there was always easy access to lounge chairs, hammocks, or beach chairs, along with the wide variety of sand and pool toys for kids--which everyone happily shared. The two buildings share a single hot-tub, large pool with spacious deck and lawn chairs, which connect to a walkway to the beach, complete with a covered hammock, shower stations, and little tiki huts on a rustic and stunning beach that stretches for miles without ever seeing another person. The beach is not groomed, and there are areas of seaweed and shells, but this made beach-combing amazing (we found conch shells every day of the trip). Because of its location on the point, the beach can be quite windy; however, that ensured that even on hot days it was comfortable to laze around the pool.

The condo itself was spacious with two bedrooms, two bathrooms (one ensuite, one with bathtub, and one with a shower), a functional kitchen (microwave, coffee maker, toaster, drying rack, and reasonable supplies of cutlery, dishes, and basic cooking implements) with a dishwasher, and a washer/dryer (which we used daily to dry towels), and a large living/dining area with two private patios. The master looked right out to the ocean, as did the communal living areas. The remoteness of the condo did lead to a few challenges--e.g. the power occasionally went out but a back up generator usually quickly kicked in, the pool lights sometimes were out at night, and a pool grate needed repair which couldn't happen until the replacement showed up by plane. That said, any problem was taken care of promptly by the front desk, and we had daily garbage removal, light housekeeping every three days, and a bigger clean every six days. The staff, like most people on Turks, are incredibly friendly, and willing to help. The condo, like most buildings on Turks, shows some wear and tear (it was built in 2000 and has survived through 2 hurricanes); but the scenery is so stellar that that had no real bearing on our experience.

The property was terrific for kids--small, safe, and friendly, with small lizards, and gardens winding around both buildings, decorative fountains in the courtyard of each building, and even a covered hangout area by the pool, with a ping-pong table, dart board, couches for lounging, and bar area, which we used after lunch sometimes to stay out of the sun. We tended to eat in. The restaurant scene is geared to adults and quite pricey; the grocery store also had some sticker shock (but no more so than many other islands who fly everything in). We went to Grace Bay Beach twice (once to walk on it and once to snorkel at Coral Gardens); we FAR preferred being at NWP because of the crowds on the beach and jockeying for beach chairs. We would definitely return and hope to do so in the next year or so!

  • Stayed December 2011, travelled with family
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Manheim, Pennsylvania
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 December 2011

My husband, 4-yr old son and I spent a week at Northwest Point Resort. We picked the resort because of the nice discount and complimentary car rental. We didn't think the distance from Grace Bay would be an issue, because we anticipated using the beach and pool at the resort. However, due to the windy conditions that week, the ocean was too rough for our son to use. We drove to other beaches most days. However, even Grace Bay was affected by the winds and few people were venturing into the water.
The resort was under-going updates and repairs, so we were up-graded from a one-bedroom ocean view suite to a two-bedroom oceanfront suite. The unit was clean, well stocked with linens and towels, and the kitchen had everything we needed for making our meals. The staff were very friendly and helpful. They responded promptly when we found a water leak and it was fixed right away.
We used the pool and hot tub most afternoons. The hot tub was heated and the pool was too, but due to the daily tropical rain showers, the pool did feel a little cool. So my son and I just went between the hot tub and pool.
We didn't eat at the on-sight restaurant. We couldn't tell if it was open. We ate breakfast and dinner in our unit. The grocery stores were well stocked. We went to Graceway IGA on our arrival day. Found the Quality Grocery Store on Monday and prices for produce were much better. At the end of the week, we stopped in Graceway Gourmet and found that store to be better then what we have in the States. Prices are higher then in the States, but everything is shipped in to TCI. Frozen pizza $10, box of cereal $6, salsa $4, can of fruit $4, bottle of rum $16. We brought some food and snacks with us in our luggage.
We did get a complimentary cell phone, but had to pay $10 for the minutes. We got the phone because of all the driving we were doing. The road to the resort is unpaved and bumpy. We didn't drive the road at night. It is a good 20 minutes to Grace Bay.
We liked the island a lot and enjoyed the beach at Taylor Bay. We did a day trip to the pirate caves with Outback Adventures. We had some good meals at Mango and Chinsons. It's a nice island for children. I'm disappointed that we weren't able to swim at the resort beach because I heard that the snorkeling is amazing.

  • Stayed December 2011, travelled with family
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Philadelphia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 December 2011

We just returned from NWP and had an excellent experience. The location sets this resort apart from the Grace Bay area which has become quite crowded over the last few years. Depending on the location of your room, you can hear the waves at night and can definitely sleep with the windows open. While extremely peaceful, the property can set you up with water activities and excursions. The resort also has a really good restaurant that is laid back and offers food prepared by local cooks. We recommend renting a car to do some exploring/day trips as the resort is set in a wonderfully isolated location. If you are after an experience that offers an over-priced room and a busy, claustrophobic beach setting, you should consider staying on Grace Bay. If you prefer a relaxed and more authentic island experience, NWP offers this and more.

  • Stayed December 2011, travelled as a couple
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8 Thank TravD
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Langhorne, Pennsylvania
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 December 2011

What happens when your husband wants to wow you with the perfect anniversary gift? He books Northwest Point Resort in Provo!
We loved our stay in the well-equipped , spacious condo…everything we wanted/needed was at our fingertips. The kitchen was well-stocked with spices, small appliances, and cookware. The unit provided WiFi, cable TV, island guides, beach books, and laundry machines.
Imagine waking to the famous Provo breeze wafting through the bedroom sliding door, while enjoying the view of the pristine beach and aquamarine sea! I miss the lazy breakfasts on the comfy balcony!
The grounds of Northwest Point Resort are just right for relaxing-well-groomed, inviting and exotic. Don’t expect to have to share the loungers on the beach-we strolled for quite some time before meeting other NWPR guests. Talk about getting away from it all! The resort provides paddleboats, kayaks and snorkeling equipment, for the pleasure of the guests.
The folks in the office were always accommodating and informative. Maps, suggestions for various types of dining venues, the best out of the way places to snorkel…they were right there for us. A call for a beeping smoke detector was repaired within 15 minutes of the report, with charm and a smile! The manager even made calls for us to help organize a “get-away” trip to North Caicos for the day.
Looking forward to getting back to NWPR.

Room Tip: Views facing the ocean - 3rd floor if possible is best
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  • Stayed August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Property: Northwest Point Resort
Address: 1 Davies Bight Road, TKCA 1ZZ, Providenciales
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Region: Caribbean > Turks and Caicos > Providenciales
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#17 Top resorts Hotel in Providenciales
#27 On the Beach Hotel in Providenciales
Price range (per night): $328 - $892
Hotel Class:3 star — Northwest Point Resort 3*
Number of rooms: 49
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Northwest Point Resort is located on 16 miles of white sand beach on the northwest marine park on the main island of Provo in Turks and Caicos. The resort is private, affordable and offers guests a relaxing vacation. With an oversized heated pool and jacuzzi tub the resort is ocean front. Condo's are fully furnished suites. Kitchen amenities include fridge, stove, washer dryer, dishwasher, King, Queen and single beds. Condos have multiple bathrooms and all of them have balconies with spectacular views of the ocean. The Caribbean inspired suites are spacious, clean and tastefully decorated. Linens are included and any offsite activities can be organized by our staff at the request of our guests. Enjoy strolling our private beach or relaxing on lounge chairs pool side. ... more   less 
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