Windsong ResortStubbs Road, The Bight, Providenciales
The Windsong is a beachfront luxury hotel, located in the Bight community on Grace Bay Beach and the Bight Reef. The resort features studios, and one, two, three, and four-bedroom suites and penthouses.
Amenities include an onsite spa, a heated pool, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the resort, Hobie Cat sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, bicycles, a fitness center, and continental breakfast.
Dining options onsite are Jojo’s Poolside Café, Veranda Coffee Bar, and the gourmet and beachfront Dune restaurant, which serves a menu of international dishes and seafood.
The Windsong is a well-rounded beachfront resort, and an excellent choice for those seeking an all-inclusive stay at a nice beachfront resort that isn’t adult-only or family-oriented.
The Windsong offers an all-inclusive package that features breakfast, lunch, and dinner, drinks, a one-day car rental, and vouchers for dining at select offsite restaurants.
All-inclusive packages must be for a minimum of five nights, and must be for the entirety of the stay.
The Beach and Snorkeling
The Windsong is situated at the Bight Reef, which is the transition point between Grace Bay Beach and the Bight Beach. This unique location is steps away from two of the country’s best beaches, and the most popular beach snorkeling site on the island directly fronts the resort.
The Bight Reef
The Bight Reef (also known as Coral Gardens) starts right off the beach, with a system that leads offshore for a few hundred feet. The reef is home to coral and large numbers of reef fish, turtles, and stingrays.
Grace Bay Beach near the Windsong
Grace Bay Beach starts directly to the east of the resort. This area of the world-famous beach has some occasional small rocks near the beach, yet is typically calmer than much of the coast.
As the expansive Beaches Turks and Caicos all-inclusive resort is near The Windsong, the beach in the area can get a bit crowded at times.
The Bight Beach
Continuing to the west from The Windsong is the Bight Beach, a coast that offers a wide white sand beach, calm and clear water, and lush seagrass beds offshore. There are fewer hotels on the Bight Beach, so it's consequently less crowded.
There’s not much in terms of dining or shopping within walking distance from the Windsong, other than Somewhere restaurant, located nearby and adjacent to the Coral Gardens Resort resort.
Central Grace Bay, with its many plazas, shops, and dining, is located less than five minutes away by car, and the enclave of Turtle Cove, where several popular restaurants are found, is a two-minute drive. The Providenciales International Airport (PLS), which welcomes all scheduled international flights to the Turks and Caicos, is about a 10-minute drive away.