This oceanfront full-service property may be one of Grace Bay's biggest resorts (five stories, 167 rooms), but lovely touches (fresh-baked brownies delivered nightly!) and sunny, smartly elegant suites give it the feel of a choice boutique hotel. The newly redesigned suites—junior and one-, two-, and three-bedroom—are spacious and immaculate, with big marble bathrooms and kitchens or kitchenettes. Each comes with a private balcony or terrace; the views over Grace Bay are simply gorgeous. The resort's three buildings overlook the circle-shaped saltwater pool, and beyond, those sapphire seas. Grab a pool cabana (first come, first served) and you might score a fruity craft pop. A smaller oceanside saltwater pool is adults-only, giving the grownups a place to relax (both pools are heated). Seven Stars has lots of little delights: a trampoline in the waters of Grace Bay; a basketball court; a chess set amid tropical foliage. Seven is the resort's celebrated fine-dining restaurant, but for enchanting beachside ambience, the Deck serves lunch, dinner, and drinks to rustling palms and torchlight. Tip: Grab a snorkel and mask from the beachside watersports hut and head for the little pier to the west—its amazing variety of miniature fish life is a perfect intro to snorkeling for the littlest swimmers.