Comprising very large, well-equipped condo-style accommodations on beautiful Grace Bay Beach, one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, The Tuscany on Grace Bay caters well to families and golf enthusiasts seeking a quiet beach getaway. The Venetian on Grace Bay next door is nearly identical. The fitness center is small and mediocre at best, rates can be quite high (especially for a resort where the service is somewhat limited), the pool area isn’t overly impressive, and there’s no restaurant or spa on-site (the lack of a restaurant and all-encompassing service has a strong negative effect on the TripValue and Overall Beach Resort Rating, downgrading the latter from the lower A range to the middle B range); but the property offers a tranquil stretch of impeccable white-sand beachfront, private chefs to cook for you in your suite, free bikes for rent, outdoor BBQ grills, a babysitting service, and a pre-arrival grocery delivery service. Units boast 2,000 square feet of living space, fully equipped kitchens with dark wood furnishings and stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, travertine marble flooring, laundry rooms, screened-in patios with ocean views in all condos, and up to three bedrooms. On-site activities are limited and there isn’t much in the immediate vicinity in terms of off-site shopping and dining. However, Provo Golf Club, one of the Caribbean’s best courses, is just across the road.
Departure COVID-19 testing is not available on-site, but The Tuscany has partnered with nearby Seven Stars Resort to offer guests complimentary COVID-19 antigen tests (at Seven Stars) before their departure.