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I took my wife to this hotel for her birthday. Pros: very close to beach and the restaurant was very good. Cons: front desk personal was poor at best. ( There was one man that was helpful.) Could not get much info from them. The...More
Great affordable property for hanging out on the beach and base for exploring T&C. Kind staff, clean accommodations and a great restaurant all located right on beautiful Grace Bay Beach. It would have to be free to get any better. Clyde at the restaurant is...More
This is our second trip to the Turks & Caicos Island and I have to say we were not disappointed with our stay at the Sibonne' Beach Hotel. We decided to stay after reading the current reviews and during our conversation with Marie.
We have been coming to Provo for years and have tried many housing options, large hotels, rental houses , and small hotels.
What I liked about Sibonne for starters was its location. It is at a very quiet section of the beach.
Also it was...More
my last weeks stay at the sibonne' which means SO GOOD was as pleasant as my other stays here.was so happy to see it in one piece.I wish the new management well wishes and first of all say you are fortunate to inherit a wonderful...More
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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.