May 17, 2017 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 4 days ago

We really enjoyed the meal. Service was great. Latoya was great and very attentive. She took the time to take photos of us. We will definitely be back there again. Would recommend for family or quiet date night dinner.

Michael G

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

We stayed with several other couples for a few nights. The rooms were clean with the most comfortable beds ever! The resort is gorgeous and the grounds are well maintained and relaxing. The check in process is fairly easy and they welcome you with a glass of delicious rum punch which is a nice touch. The " welcome" office where you reserve excursions and taxis always have friendly and professional employees to assist you. BUT...The food service/ bartenders are horrendous. We had breakfast every morning that was included in the price of our room and was served buffet style and was great. The problem was the omelette maker "Angeline" was the RUDEST employee I have ever encountered in all of my travels. She snipped at me for adding a minor ingredients into my omelette 30 seconds after she put the other ingredients into the eggs. She never smiled, rolled her eyes, sneezed and several people in line said," Bless you" still no response. You could feel the tension in the omelette line every morning from regular folks just trying to have an omelette made because of her unwillingness to just simply be nice as everyone was more than friendly to her. Blue Haven should not have such a crabby lady running the omelette station, she clearly hates tourists and doesn't belong there! We also just sat ourselves 2 of the mornings as no one would seat us or offer to bring any coffee, you would see waitresses walking around with coffee but not sure who they were serving as there were very few tables with people at them. Also, the bartenders at the pool, which was beautiful and relaxing were a mess. They ignored most patrons trying to get a drink, wouldn't even acknowledge you when you arrived at the bar even to say, " I'll be with you in a minute." When they finally took your order it was wrong but you don't dare say anything as you are lucky to even get a drink! I always experience fun bartenders on vacation who interact with the customers and ask if you need anymore drinks. Not here! They are cold as ice and blame each other for the many mistakes that go on at this so called "pool bar." It's a shame that the food/ drink service is so bad as this could be an outstanding resort but this alone is enough for our group to unfortunately not return.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a gorgeous property! Next to the marina with high end yachts. This hotel has about 50 rooms, very quiet and quaint. The lobby is very big and modern. A beautiful bar overlooking the marina. We came here before sunset and had dinner at the main restaurant. This property is very far from everything. You definitely need to take a taxi everywhere or rent a car. It was nice to spend a few hours here however not sure I would stay as the beach is man made and apparently next to marina where boats come in and out so definitely doesn't feel like a real beach. The restaurant on premises is also very expensive, more than most restaurants on the island! Happy I came to check it out however too far away from the main action for me!

Nancy L - Montreal, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We were there for a wedding and it was the perfect location. The staff met all of our needs promptly and efficiently. The location is at the end of the island and the main feature is the marina. The resort serves the marina, with a small beach, a pool, a market, and several restaurants. We spent a lot of time in the pool at the swim up bar. Service was great whether we were at the bar or on the beach. There was always someone ready to take our order for drinks or food. We took advantage of the free shuttle to visit a sister property on Grace Bay - The Beach House. There we were able to reserve lounge chairs on the beach and use snorkel gear to enjoy the crystal clear water. This was covered by our resort fee. The attendants at this property were just as helpful as at the Blue Haven. One morning, while waiting out a brief shower at The Beach House, one of the attendants offered us “fresh” coconut water, cut right from the tree. Our one bedroom suite was quite large, with a very large bathroom and a balcony with a table that comfortably seated four. We enjoyed our morning coffee or afternoon glass of wine overlooking “Battleship Row.” The suit had a very well equipped kitchen with high-end appliances, table wear, dishes and glasses and bar wear. There was also a washer and dryer. There was no ice maker, but ice was delivered promptly when requested. The daily replenishment of bottles of water was really appreciated. Amenities include both regular and decaf coffee, very upscale bathroom supplies, and high quality linens and bedding. The turndown service provided us with fresh towels each evening. The Breakfast Buffet was very good, with made to order omelets and a large selection of fresh fruit. The grapefruit was especially good.

phat_dawg_21 - Alpharetta, Georgia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed in a 2 bedroom suite and it was extremely nice. Each bedroom had a large master bath off it. The balcony was great in the morning and night. Staff was very nice but service was slow at both the restaurants - for dinner and breakfast. Staff at the pool was much better. The hotel is beautiful and we relaxed but it is out of the way so to take a taxi anywhere was expensive. There is not a lot to do but that was fine with us as we enjoy just relaxing.

SMGing - Dayton, Ohio

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