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We spent 4 nights here and found it to be delightful. We enjoyed a basic room on the second floor that had a balcony where you could enjoy the view of the ocean. The room was very clean and comfortable. The staff were friendly and...More
I loved the grounds and the location. Never stayed in the room except for sleeping and lots of mosquitos around. The hotel has a restaurant but did not go there. I liked the simplicity and the price which is the lowest of what can be...More
I have always dreamed of visiting Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos. I visited Sibonne December 2 to December 5 to self-celebrate my 40th birthday. I thoroughly enjoyed the hotel and island.
The hotel is clean, unpretentious and quiet. It was perfect for me....More
I have been staying there for roughly a week per month for the last several months, work related. What a joy this place is! Not huge almost 30 rooms clean, attractive and either ocean or beautiful courtyard views just steps from the ocean. And having...More
We stayed for two weeks at this lovely hotel! It was quiet and clean. The rooms are perfectly furnished for what we were there for! The staff were warm, friendly, and very accomadating!! The owners were geniunely concerned about our stay and comfort.
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TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've... More
TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've been reading articles online.