Blue Haven Resort – All-inclusive
What We Love
- Cocktail specials at the popular Salt Bar & Grill
- Interiors are light and airy and kitchens have stainless steel appliances
- Located right next to the Blue Haven marina, the resort is a great jumping off point for watersports
What To Know
- While the resort is waterfront, it’s 1.5 miles from famous Grace Bay Beach
- Blue Haven offers beach volleyball, beach tennis, horseshoes courts
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Set on the northeastern tip of Providenciales away from famed Grace Bay, Blue Haven Resort’s sugar-sand beach fronts calm azure waters and is adjacent to the property’s eponymous marina. One- two- and three-bedroom suites are contemporary and airy and feature kitchens with cherry wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Head outside to enjoy the infinity edge pool (complete with a swim-up bar) or lounge with a good read in one the hammocks strung between two palm trees. Active types will enjoy the volleyball, beach tennis and horseshoes courts, while those looking for a lively happy hour scene (with killer drink specials) should make a beeline to SALT Bar & Grill. Also located onsite is a spa and Fire & Ice Restaurant, which serves contemporary Caribbean fare.
In the Area
Swing your clubs at the Provo Golf Club, the challenging and beautifully landscaped course is the only one in Turks and Caicos (look out for flamingos in the lakes). Hungry? Hit Da Conch Shack, which, while a bit on the touristy side, is a must for mollusk-lovers with such offerings as conch salad, conch fritters, conch chowder and more. Or, ditch your pool lounger and trot along Long Bay beach on horseback; it’s one of the best ways to take in the backdrop of white sand and turquoise water. Riders of all skill levels can participate; long pants are strongly suggested.
How to Get There
My girlfriends and I spent a week at Blue Haven Resort for a girl's getaway. The resort was tranquil and gorgeous. Very family friendly. We'd requested an adult's only resort with an active nightlife when booking with our travel agent, so were a bit surprised to find many young children and a very few offerings in the way of nightlife. The nightlife experience was also lacking at Blue Haven's sister resorts, Alexandra and Beach House.
Kenisha and Rhonda and guest services were tremendous. Kenisha remembered all of our names, and helped us to find safe places to travel to for nightlife off of the resort. Danny Bouy's was one of our favorites! Taxis and drinks outside of the resort are pricy, but were worth it for a few nights of fun. Kenisha was friendly, informative, and made us feel like locals.
Two of us ended up with a stomach virus, and couldn't find Pedialyte or crackers on the resort. Rhonda in Guest Services drove to the local pharmacy to pick up these items for us, so that we didn't have to spend money on a taxi or leave the resort while not feeling well. She was a life true life saver.
Dwight and Fagan were very informative about local nightlife and customs, and went out of their ways to make sure we got to our destinations safely. The shuttles are not owned by the resorts, but by the drivers themselves. They don't come often, but are staffed by dedicated men who work long hours to get guests where they need to be. So, be kind to the drivers and their shuttles!
The staff were more than worthy of a 5-star-review. The lack of food variety and after dinner activities are the reason for the 4 stars.
To be honest my wife and I are not all inclusive people since we like to venture out during our many travels. Given the extra addition to our lives we wanted the first trip to be as easy as possible. Blue Haven made that happen above any beyond. Blue Haven is apart of a 3 resort all inclusive that you have the abilty to use (Alexander & BeachHouse) Beachouse is adults only so we werent able to go to that establishment. As for Alexander we werent thrilled with Asu restaurant. We are foodies so without being to critical we didnt like the food their at all. Im being polite by not giving details. Also if your a animal lover i guess you would enjoy the multiple of cats running around Asu during dinner (i counted atleast 5). The fish deck reataurant at Alexander was tasty so no complaints their. Which brings me back to BlueHaven, Fire&Ice restaurant was excellent for an all inclusive. Many options when ordering from the menu. We also went to Salt a few times and they were also excellent. One of the days being on Super Bowl Sunday and it was very enjoyable. Many thanks to the one waitress who actually held our baby near us while we were eating. Thank you so much. We spent most of our time by the pool side restaurant called Jammin by the Sea. Excellent, try the RedSnapper Tacos & Fish Burger grilled. Now for all that say the food service was slow think about wear you are. Your relaxing by some of the most beautiful waters and your probably escapedfrom a hectic life. The islands are a layed back feeling. Just chill, read a book and have 2 drinks before your food gets to you. I agree at times it was a bit slow but dont let that ruined your vacation. Given the food and the Canada weather we left behind we had an excellent time.
We came back recently from having an amazing week here- it was perfect . Beautiful food , fabulous service , and lovely accommodation . Loved every minute . All the staff were so helpful but one person stood out - Rhondda was so kind and really welcomed us she genuinely cared and wanted to make our holiday beautiful . Thank you Rhondda.
Perfect beaches , lovely pool, we went on a half day boat trip was brilliant fun - well worth it ! Beaches nearby are awesome !
This hotel is a part of the group to include the beach house and the Alexander . Both hotels are superb . The food at the beach house tops it and well worth getting the bus ( shuttle ) to the beach house for a lovely lunch or dinner - don’t miss it!!!!
Time passes too fast but loved it .
What a beautiful resort this is! When you first arrive and see the ocean from the lobby you are transported into a tropical paradise. Went out many times on the kayaks. Tried the paddle board and enjoyed the hobie cat. Even biked into town for souvenirs. The best activity for us was the snorkeling and the fact that you could snorkel from the beach. Did not have to rent a car to get to those beaches. Our favorite was Bight Reef which was a short walk from the Beach House. Shuttle service worked great. Visited all 3 resorts numerous times for activities and restaurants. My favorite restaurant was the Beach House as well as their lunch cafe. Also enjoyed dinner at the Fish Deck. Spent a lot of time in the pool at Blue Haven and enjoyed the swim up bar. Early every morning took my coffee to the beach and watched the brown pelican fish. One morning was able to follow a manta ray gliding across our beach. Food and drinks throughout the resort were good. Only negative might be that restaurants closed certain nights and you weren't sure which ones were going to be open. Schedule posted in lobby not always accurate. There was one waitress at Fish Deck, Theresa, who provided us with the best service we received anywhere on the resort.
Having never been to an all inclusive resort before, wasn’t sure what to expect. From the moment we arrived, everyone was determined to make our stay special and it was. The pool cafe was especially great. Food and drink were good but the service was outstanding.