Newly rebranded as Wymara Resort and Villas, the former Gansevoort retains many of its cool contemporary touches. We're talking, in particular, about the big freestanding tubs filled by spigots that flow from the ceiling and the James Bond blackout blinds. We're talking big-windowed views of the beach and, in all one-bedroom suites and penthouses, top-end kitchens, with camouflaged fridges and Liebherr, Bosch, and Gaggenau appliances (all other rooms have kitchenettes). All that wonderfulness comes at a price, so book in the off-season or check the website for money-saving theme packages. The heart of the resort, with piped-in beats, is the 7,000-square-foot infinity pool, framed in palms and built for preening bodies. The style offensive continues on Grace Bay's powdery sands: Eschewing the standard-issue beach chair and umbrella, the Gansevoort has oval beach beds with half-moon covers, ideal for sipping Champagne discreetly. For the ultimate in VIP luxury, each of the resort's four humongous three-bedroom penthouses comes a personal concierge, state-of-the-art kitchen, and wraparound terrace. The vaunted Exhale Spa is on-premises here. The beachfront restaurant Zest, takes brilliant advantage of the hotel's oceanfront locale.