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Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for 2 wonderful weeks. The resort is away from everything which makes it a perfect place to stay to get away from the crazy Grace Bay area. Everything about the resort is great right down to the property manager, Charles! You can get to anywhere on the island in less than 20 minutes. I would recommend NWP to anyone that is looking for privacy on a perfect island.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Resort_Manager_North, Director of Sales at Northwest Point Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2017

Thank you for your kind remarks, we are happy to hear you enjoyed your stay with us!

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Reviewed 22 July 2017

This hotel is extremely off the beaten path. So much so that you must have a rental vehicle and travel several miles down a rough dirt road to the property. However, when you arrive, it is worth the bumpy trip.
Pros: Private beach that is well maintained
2 free kayaks and 2 paddles boards for guest use
Nighttime security guard actively patrols grounds (although this seemed unnecessary)
Well kept, lush grounds
Very nice pool, hot tub and bar/common area
Well stocked kitchen supplies
Great for families
Cons:
Our first unit had a non working A/C that they were unable to repair
The condo we were moved to had a non working dishwasher that was not repaired
No in-room WiFi. Only available in bar/common area
Bar/restaurant is doesn't serve breakfast until 10am
No airport shuttle service
Overall, I would recommend this property provided that travelers have their own transportation and are seeking a remote setting.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Resort_Manager_North, Director of Sales at Northwest Point Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2017

Our resort is very unique and located on a very beautiful part of the island. I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

This was by far the most comfortable stay my family and I have had in an unfamiliar place. We stayed in an ocean front 2 bedroom condo (building 1, room 106) for a total of 6 days (5 nights). The room we stayed in was completely up-to-date: washer/dryer, full kitchen with oven and dishwasher, cable TV, and AMAZING air conditioning! It was the first time I ever wished for a sweater in the summer heat. The room was unfortunately on the first floor, so we did not manage to see most of the beach, but the view of the ocean was still spectacular and the walk to the beach and pool area was much shorter.
Besides the room, the staff there is absolutely amazing. They accommodated to all our requests and made our stay a very relaxing one. My parents had their 20th anniversary at the resort, and Marilyn and Eddie planned out an amazing, private dinner for the family outside in the cabana. The food was delicious and the atmosphere was so romantic and pleasant.
In addition, the beach at our resort was, in my opinion, the best out of all the other beaches. Sure, Taylor Bay might be the prettiest, and Grace Bay might be the most popular (and rated the number 2 beach in the whole world), but the resort beach has both beauty and adventure. My brother and I saw thousands of fish swimming around during high tide, and we saw a nurse shark - all in the shallow waters of the resort! We also walked along the beach to the wild reserve, where we saw pelicans, conch shells, coral and more exotic fish, not to mention a barracuda! Sure, there is a lot of seaweed and turtle grass, but the amount of conch shells that we found (and took home) along the beach make up for it. From the resort, it is very easy to navigate around the island and get to the other beaches and attractions, such as da Conch Shack, Taylor Bay, Grace Bay (and all the shopping centers), and more. You WILL need to rent a car.
If you are planning to stay in this resort, make sure to bring a lot of food (you will definitely be using the kitchen) and bring LOTS of bug repellent!!
I definitely recommend this resort to anyone looking for a place of peace and quiet as well as adventure in the open waters.
A special thanks goes to Charles (the property manager), Marilyn (the rental manager), Eddie (the chef), and the grounds-keeping crew for maintaining the property so well (and for providing those coconuts we asked for - they were delicious). We will definitely be coming back - with the extended family.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Resort_Manager_North, Director of Sales at Northwest Point Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2017

Thank you for staying with us, I'm happy that we were able to celebrate your special occasion. We hope to see you again very soon,

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Reviewed 21 June 2017

We have always stayed in the Grace Bay area, but decided to try something new this past trip to Turks & Caicos. We loved Northwest Point! It was quiet, and most of the time we had the beach to ourselves (it was the low season - mid-June.) The resort is very secluded, so it's a 20 minute drive to the Grace Bay area. However, if you are looking for a feeling like you have truly "gotten away from it all", then this is the place. There is a small cafe on site, so you do have an option if you don't want to cook for yourself. We felt like we had everything we needed right there with the beach and their gorgeous swimming pool area. If you like your privacy, this is the place!

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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Resort_Manager_North, Director of Sales at Northwest Point Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 3 July 2017

Thank you kindly for your review, I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us,

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Reviewed 7 June 2017

We stayed in a ocean view 2 bedroom unit on the right side of the property (facing the water).
Property and Condo itself: First of all, this property is REMOTE. We didn't mind the 15 min. or so drive into the busier part of the island and appreciated the solitude. If you like being close to restaurants, night life, etc... this place is NOT for you. It's also not that close to any of the other much prettier beaches on the island (15-20 min. drive). You must have a car. That being said, there were a couple of relatively close restaurants and even a guy cooking chicken on a smoker outside a store that was delicious and cheap (kind of food truck style)!!

The condo itself was clean, but outdated. The pool area was clean and spacious. The hot tub was small, but a perk especially in Feb. when it did get chilly. The beach is expansive and VERY private! There was virtually no one on the beach except those staying at the property. Great for a morning or evening stroll. The water was not at all like it is on other parts of the island and was more like I imagine northern Atlantic coast water. As you walked out around the bend towards the tip of the island the water became much more "Caribbean". The beach chairs and thatch umbrellas were in good shape, privately spaced along the beach, but there weren't many of them. There were also kayaks available to use. The water was cold so I didn't even get into the ocean, but there was lots of seaweed!

Kitchen: Outdated, but functional. Microwave, stove, coffee pot, blender. The only negative about the kitchen was the lack of real cooking equipment. No good knives, etc.., but we got by. No ice maker, but ice trays.

Bathroom: Again, outdated, but everything worked fine. This unit had a second bathroom containing a stack-able washer and drier (a nice surprise). Tub in that bathroom, shower only in the master bath.

Bedroom: The view was amazing! Waking up to the sunrise over the water was spectacular and it was cool enough to leave windows open at night and hear the waves. Sadly, the bed was a double (if it was a queen it was super small). That is almost a deal breaker for us when we travel as my husband is 6'2". With that being said, the linens were nice and the bed was decent. Given the circumstances we slept pretty well. We were not traveling with children or another couple, but if we had I could see some privacy issues. You were unable to close the master door because the nightstand was in front of the door. The bedroom furniture is crammed in there (hence the small bed, I gather)! I assume you could move some furniture around if necessary, but not very convenient.

Patio/Living room: The patio facing the water was very private and was complete with 4 chairs and round table. It was a wonderful place to enjoy breakfast and spend the evening. The living room was complete with a flat screen TV, stereo, and cable. The furniture was typical wicker with cushions, not comfortable, but certainly practical. The dining room table was also crammed in between living room furniture and kitchen bar. Not a big deal as we ate outside on patio most of the time.

We did not eat at the restaurant, but I know you had to let them know if you would be dining with them in the evening ahead of time. If you haven't been to Turks and Caicos, everything is expensive, so we bought groceries and cooked. The main reason I gave this property an average rating is the lack of real cooking equipment in the kitchen and the outdated condition of the property. However, if you're looking for a quiet, remote place to relax this would be a great place for you. Value is good (while not cheap) as I would assume this property is much less expensive than similar condos on Grace Bay for example. We did enjoy our stay and I hope I don't discourage anyone from staying here. You just have to know what you're getting into.
Tips: bring your own coffee (super $$) and they don't sell alcohol on Sundays.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Resort_Manager_North, Director of Sales at Northwest Point Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 3 July 2017

Thank you for staying with us at northwest point resort, Our destination is ideal for those that desire a remote, tranquil experience, Our beach is very private with a large pool, hot tub and beautiful sunsets and sunrises. thank you ,

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