Grace Bay Resorts has unveiled design plans for the 35-suite Point Grace property following a recent acquisition of the resort—it’s the fifth property to join the Grace Bay Resort brand. The New York-based firm Young Huh Interior Design is tasked with the refurbishment of the resort’s poolside cottages, a number of oceanfront suites, the restaurant, Grace’s Cottage, as well as the lobby and additional public spaces throughout the boutique property.
“Our primary goal is protecting the storied legacy of this resort with an elegant, elevated aesthetic that is reflective of the pristine natural surroundings,” said Nikheel Advani, COO & principal of Grace Bay Resorts, in press material.
Grace’s Cottage, the resort’s French-inspired restaurant recently unveiled a new look, including a brand-new bar & lounge, enhanced terraced seating areas and new landscaping, all framed by a 25-ft. Bisazza glass-tile mosaic wall that spans the entire length of the newly renovated space. The mosaic wall, which serves as the focal point from the garden and guest seating areas, is accented by new soft lighting and modern pendants, creating a sophisticated atmosphere that is reflective of the overall redesign planned for the property.
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