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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
Spent the most amazing time at this hotel. The staff is just amazing. First you meet Kenisha, and Adrian at the front office. These two are so warm, accommodating, and quite entertaining. Good old banter was had by all ????. Then I met ELVIS at the pool grill. This young man, is just a gem. He accommodated my “diet” restrictions. Snapper sautéed with all the vegetables, eaten on lettuce ???? leaf. He deserves a salary raise. Elvis had Scott, and Kany working with him(they both kept the drinks, and the service coming). Glenny was a superstar as well. O,Brien is a boss mixologist, and a funny man too. They kept us entertained the entire trip. I will miss their fishing expeditions. Stingray was caught one night(Kerone) was going to cook it.????. Garth and Jayanna were the best, professional servers anyone could ask for. Overall these individuals made our first visit to this island memorable. Now this is coming from a Jamaican, who lives in NYC, so it takes some awesome people for me to write this. Now let’s move on to the our visit to the Alexander. Our domino, drink mixers are the two lady gems. Alexander, and Smiley are just the best. They can play dominos, and have a sense of humor to go along with their infectious spirits. Ask Alex to make you the PURPLE MONKEY ????. ????
Last but definitely least is Mr. Fegain our shuttle driver. He is my new best friend. I bother him so much for information, he had no choice but to be my friend. Great guy, professional, and a funny dude. Get to know him by chatting him up ????. Met Raymond, as well. All in all TCI needs to increase all these mentioned individuals a salary increase.
Oh wait I forgot Javan at the Alexander bar(secret turquoise drink), and Leslie. Not enough can be said about all of these people that took such great care of us.
Property is quiet, and tranquil. We also saw nurse sharks ????(mind blowing). Best food are at the Alexander, as well as the Beach House.
I was surprised by this hotel, since it's all inclusive I came with very low expectations. The hotel itself it's nice. The room had a moldy smell that I suspect is from people coming in wet from pool and beach. The beach is beautiful and calm. The drinks offered are everything from normal bar to some top shelve like black label and grey goose. The food was from 1 to 10 a solid 6. Nothing spectacular, but not bad. I was expecting much better food. The service is what surprises me. Everyone was very nice, big smile and helpful. From the bartenders, to the waitress, even the water sports people guys were extremely nice. The shuttles they offer I did not like their schedules. 1 van every 2 to 3 hours. I was expecting continues service. STAY AWAY FROM TAXIS, They will kill you in fees. They charge per person, any short ride can easily be $8 to $12 per person. (we got charged different fees for the same ride, depending on who it was.) We got smart at the end and got a rental car, these are inexpensive and you can go anywhere. Do yourself a favor, you can't get lost, island is too small and you will save a ton of money.
Beautiful blue water and neat Marina area. Fabulous two bedroom, two bathroom suite with a large den and full size kitchen and eating area. Outside porch with a lounge chair and table with four chairs amongst the Palm trees was great for lounging outdoors. The Staff was friendly and helpful. The beach area was on the smaller size but had plenty of chairs and umbrellas. The two sister properties Alexandra and Beach House are a complimentary shuttle ride away. We enjoyed Five Star Dinners and cocktails at night at each resort. Our first visit to Turks and Caicos - we hope to return in the near future!