Six years in the making, Rock House – the first cliffside residential resort in Turks & Caicos – opens in Providenciales. Envisioned by Grace Bay Resorts’ chief executive officer and principal Mark Durliat, the resort features 46 oceanfront villa-style accommodations including studios and one- and two-bedroom freestanding homes.
Rock House was designed by AD100 interior designer Shawn Henderson, who created the interior design of the accommodations; Turks & Caicos’ leading architecture firm Coast Architects; and master planner Epikos Design. Built by hand by local artisans out of the cliffs below, limestone feature walls wrap around the homes, from exterior to interior. All foliage in Rock House’s landscaping is indigenous to the site, including its centuries old, slow-growing Joewood trees, native orchids and ancient lignum vitae.
The resort’s one and two-bedroom standalone homes are positioned on the sloping coastal limestone rock of Providenciales’ north shore. They feature outdoor terraces, bathrooms with lush outdoor shower gardens, 13-foot vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. The oceanfront pool studios overlook the 100-foot infinity pool.
Rock House’s guests have access to the exclusive Beach Club at Rock House and a serviced jetty that stretches 130 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The club also includes oceanfront dining with breathtaking views, a private white sand beach, and daily programming including water activities and excursions like kayaking, snorkeling, and private island picnics.
An elevated 100-foot infinity pool of this cliffside residential resort is the largest in Turks & Caicos. It is surrounded by sophisticated day beds and parasols. Additionally, guests are offered in-room massage treatments, yoga classes, and winding walking and jogging trails. Standout amenities planned to open later this year include a relaxing spa, tennis courts and a yoga pavilion.
Rock House’s signature Beach Club restaurant is led by executive chef Dennis Boon. It is the ultimate venue to savor Adriatic cuisine like fresh seafood, pasta, and aged steaks and enjoy a curated wine list with endlessly-flowing rosé. Guests are also invited to taste drinks at the see-and-be-seen Sunset Bar or the alluring Cave Bar, featuring an appropriate rock & roll-themed cocktail menu, or have dinner on the Beach Club jetty for a one-of-a-kind private dining experience.
Nightly rates start at $655 for guests who take advantage of the resort’s opening offer of 30% off the best available rate, which is available for arrivals between May 1, 2022, and January 30, 2023.
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