Chances are, if you’ve landed here, you know by now what Beach Enclave is—a trio of luxury beachfront villa communities in the Turks and Caicos. And what we do, we try to do exceptionally well. But what many people may not know is the people who make Beach Enclave what it is. Without our strong and dedicated team, we couldn’t possibly expect to go too far.
So today, we’re introducing you to one of the key members of our team: Our resort manager, Keyona Coward. Keyona has been with us from the beginning. Born and raised in Washington D.C., Keyona’s career spans 17 years among some of the top luxury accommodations in the U.S. She’s worked for the luxe Hay-Adams in D.C. and was part of the opening team for the award-winning Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton, NY. Before joining Beach Enclave last year, Keyona spent more than 10 years with COMO Parrot Cay.
Keyona’s hospitality background is largely in operations. She has worked as a reservations manager, front office manager and assistant general manager, overseeing housekeeping, sales and marketing, catering and events, as well as concierge services. Needless to say, she knows what she’s doing. And beyond her experience, Keyona simply has a calm and patient demeanor with an uncanny ability to make people feel special.
Indeed, she’s a special and vital member of our team who we’re proud to introduce. You’ll usually find Keyona in the front office at Beach Enclave North Shore. So if you’re staying with us, be sure to say hello!
These two restaurants along Grace Bay combine nature’s luxuries with affordable entrees.
It’s unclear as to whether author Ernest Hemingway invented any cocktails here, but Hemingway’s Restaurant is given thumbs up for its addition of Caribbean flavors to true French cooking technique. Top chefs here are said to be quite personable, and with a spectacular view of Grace Bay to silhouette your meal this is certain to be an affordable and truly remarkable dining experience.
The Flamingo Cafe
Although tucked away into a plain corner of Grace Bay the inconspicuous Flamingo Cafe is a great catch for fresh seafood. You won’t even have to leave your bathing suit behind for this casual locale, yet servers are genuine and welcoming to large parties coming in straight off the salty beaches. Waitstaff keep the beer ice-cold in the afternoons, while dinner serve brushes things up a bit with white tablecloths.