January 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Blue Haven Resort in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Opened in 2013, Blue Haven Resort is the first resort on the far north end of the Turks and Caicos. It’s a far cry from the all-inclusives on Grace Bay – the resort is sleek and colorful and boasts an outstanding restaurant, yet it’s friendly to guests seeking self-sufficiency. Suites are outfitted with stainless steel Sub Zero and Thermador appliances, and a full marina invites commissioned boat rides to surrounding islands.

Swim up to the bar at the edge of an oceanside infinity pool. So what if the morning sun is still overhead? A tart concoction of Bombay gin, cucumber juice, limes and prosecco is refreshing any time of day. In the afternoon, gallop on horseback along the shoreline of a deserted beach. Dine on Dover sole in lemon consommé, and take desert in the lounge – let the flames of the fire pit warm a dish butterscotch bread pudding topped with ice cream.

Location of Blue Haven Resort

Blue Haven Resort
Marina Road Leeward, TKCA 1ZZ
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Nearest Airport: PLS

Amenities for Blue Haven Resort

  • 51 Rooms & Suites
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Pets Not Permitted
  • Private Beach
  • Fully-equipped Kitchens
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Infinity Pool
  • Swim-up Bar
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Bicycling
  • Bocce Ball
  • Horseback Riding
  • Four-wheel Drive Excursions
  • Nature Hikes
  • Whale Watching
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Kite Boarding
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Bonefishing
  • Boat Excursionss
  • Kayaking
  • Paddleboarding
  • Yachting

Reviews for Blue Haven Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

We stayed at Blue Haven right before Thanksgiving 2017 and had a lovely time. When we checked in we were greeting with rum punches and smiling faces. The staff were always friendly and every time we had an issue they immediately resolved it (sliding door wouldn't lock, sink faucet knob fell off, in room coffee maker didn't work) to our complete satisfaction. They were still rebuilding from the hurricane so the marina, Salt Bar, and Pantry were not open yet. The swim up pool WAS open and we made the most of it. The bartenders were wonderful and the drinks kept flowing (FYI - we were not on the all-inclusive package but the tabs were easy to deal with.) Fire and Ice is also a nice dining area, completely outdoors and we had some great weather. The BBQ grill dinner is fun. They bring small grills to the table and you grill your own meat and veggies. It's minimum 2 people though! We heard the kayak and paddle board tours through the mangroves were a lot of fun and a good way to see some of the local aquatic life (even sharks!) All in all, we loved Blue Haven. It's a bit off the beaten track, but we had a car and made the most of it. They DO provide shuttle service into Grace Bay and to their sister properties as well. Oh, and make sure to ask about the Thursday Night Fish Fry!

WendyL39 - North Little Rock, Arkansas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

The staff at Blue Haven went above and beyond to make my friend’s birthday special. Robert at the bar started things off, and Yeiry and Glenny at Fire and Ice really carried through. Friendly, professional staff, beautiful atmosphere. Cannot say enough good things about these folks. We had a wonderful time and highly recommend a visit.

Rachel K

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

We recently stayed at The Blue Haven Resort in Turks and Caicos. Blue Haven is one of three ALL INCLUSIVE resorts in The Turks and Caicos Collection Portfolio. These three resorts are incredible; each having distinct attractions and all having incredible accommodations and superb cuisine. The Blue Haven is at Blue Haven Marina and has a lovely man made beach with plenty of beautiful chaise lounges and three fire pits for gathering. Also a beautiful zero entry pool with plenty of lounges as well. Accommodations are gorgeous with large balconies and/or patios. Many suites have a large living room and a full kitchen. This is a quiet resort but also has wonderful water sports activities as well as a shuttle to and back from her sister properties, to use all their facilities and dine at all their restaurants. The Shuttle schedule operates nine times daily so guests always have an opportunity to plan their days and evenings at the sister resorts. The shuttle stops at all three resorts so guests at all three resorts enjoy this service as well. All the breads and pastries are made at Blue Haven for all three resorts and are under the care, creativity and supervision of world renowned Pastry Chef, Purmessur. Many might remember him from other resort companies. On to another sister resort, The Alexandra Resort. A personal favorite beach for both my husband and me is Grace Bay Beach. The Alexandra is right on this most magnificent beach. Their main restaurant, Asu, is right off the beach with many venues within its site. All the accommodations at The Alexandra are suites with kitchen, living room, balcony and/or patio and washer and dryer. This was once a condo property so all these conveniences are included. This is a lively property with entertainment at night right off Asu Restaurant on another deck which has fire pits around for gathering. Third sister resort is The Beach House. Right on Grace Bay Beach as well. This is a smaller more intimate resort and as of January 01, will be adults only. This is One Incredibly Beautiful Resort. Perfect for Weddings!! All 21 suites have no numbers but names, such as "Charming" or "Driftwood". All have living rooms, kitchens, large balconies and/or patios with lots of room for lounging. The main restaurant here is "Kitchen 218". One of the best restaurants in Turks and Caicos and Chef Jason "Creates" different menus each evening so guests have different choices each evening of their stay. Guests are also surrounded by lovely plants which are Chef Jason's herbs and vegetables that he uses in his dishes, I mean, creations!!! Turks and Caicos is a short flight from the east coast; just a little further than The Bahamas. To have a choice of these three incredible ALL INCLUSIVE resorts in Turks and Caicos is a Win Win. Comments are for all three resorts

maysokny - Long Island, NY

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I honestly cannot say enough good things about Blue Haven and the time I spent there!! For starters, the folks at the front desk were so unbelievably welcoming. They made sure we had everything we needed to start off our vacation right (including delicious rum punch). They were also incredibly helpful when we needed to find a taxi to the airport and when we decided to rent bikes to ride downtown. Second, the staff at the bars, Fire and Ice at Blue Haven, and Asu at Alexandra were incredible (Shout out to Elvis, Pete, Mike, Latoya, Kensey, and EVERYONE there)! They all MADE our trip by how welcoming and friendly they were. Not to mention the food and the drinks were always INCREDIBLE. I am an incredibly picky eater (no seafood, red meat, or fried food) and I found multiple things to eat that were filling and delicious for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert! Third, the folks at the rental station that helped us fulfill all of our paddle board and kayaking dreams were truly a blessing and wanted us to have a great time! Fourth, the shuttle was great being able to come and go in between the three resorts as we pleased! However, watch the clock because the shuttle likes to leave a few minutes early and you could be stuck there for a couple hours or pay for a taxi! Finally - the hotel was incredible - very clean, modern, updated and not to mention the Christmas decorations made me feel right at home!! I hope we can go back next year and see all of our wonderful friends again! Thanks everyone at Blue Haven for such a wonderful time!

caitadams24 - Denver, Colorado

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We decided not to let the hurricane keep us away from our Thanksgiving holiday. They assured us that the resort was open and ready for guests starting November 1st. That wasn’t exactly true, in fact, far from it. Be weary. We feel like we got ripped off. Yes, the hotel was open. Our room was quite nice. It was modern and spacious. The beds were particularly comfortable. If we never left the room, things would have been great. (Of course, except for the day they started repairing the roof above our room at 7:30 a.m., power tools and all.) Unfortunately, a large part of the facilities were closed until further notice. The market was closed. There was no sundries shop or gift shop of any kind, and the grocery was a $40 round trip cab fare away. So while it was great to have a full kitchen, it wasn’t much use to us. Only one of the restaurants was open. Having paid for an all-inclusive package, this was very disappointing. The food was fine, but nothing special—and after a few days the same limited menu got old fast. The service was terrible. Often there were only 2 waitresses for the whole restaurant. As it was the only place to eat within walking distance, every meal turned into nearly a 2-hour occasion due to the slow service. We frequently had empty glasses and commonly waited 10 or 15 to get even a glass of water. One night I asked for a cup of coffee after dinner, only to be told they didn’t have coffee. (Though they had pots full of it the very next morning. Interesting.) Overall the resort was completely understaffed. The shuttle was running at about 1/3 capacity. So while you could go to the other sister properties, it was often 2 hours between shuttles. (And though they went right through downtown and past the grocery, they wouldn’t stop to let you out.) Getting a drink could be a bit of a challenge as well. It was 5:00 on Friday, and I had to hunt for a bartender and waited over 15 minutes to get a drink. At happy hour. On Friday. And I was the one and only person at the pool or beach for the entire resort. Some of the staff could be very friendly. Others didn’t want to be bothered. They also made their own music selections, which were often wholly inappropriate with explicit versions that weren’t family-friendly. This was particularly true at the beach bar. When asked to make a change or turn down the music, the staff would make an adjustment for one song and then change it back immediately afterwards. They do offer use of kayaks, SUPs, and snorkel equipment. That was a nice perk. Of course, the beach shack was only open limited hours. My favorite was the day I asked to use a kayak and as told there was a “kayak emergency” at another hotel, which caused them to close for the day at 2:00. The beach itself is quite pretty. And there was never a problem getting a chair. There wasn’t a towel service though. And no food or cocktail service on the beach either. Also, take note that the beach at this hotel is quiet small—maybe 100 yards. You cannot walk along the beach to another hotel either. It is framed in on both sides by water. Long story short (and I could go on with more examples), the island is stunning. The hotel could be fantastic. But we got the bait-and-switch. We paid full-price for a partially open “all-inclusive” resort. We had trip insurance. Had they been up-front about the continuing issues we would have postponed our trip. I recommend negotiating a BIG discount if you plan to go to this resort before mid-2018.

Chicag0_Travler - Chicago, Illinois

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