The Turks and Caicos Islands have been on our bucket list ever since we saw some pics when we were choosing our honeymoon destination. Two kids, twenty years and a whole lot of work later we decided it was time to fulfill our dream and it did not disappoint!
When thinking of where to stay in Turks and Caicos we knew one thing…….how expensive it could be and how an all-inclusive option is probably the best option. Though there aren’t many all-inclusive options in the Turks we knew the Blue Haven Resort had just introduced the option in June 2017 and was an obvious choice. The other things that make this resort really unique are the spacious, family size suites, the location on a private beach and the inclusive use of two other sister properties!
Blue Haven Resort: Upscale All-Inclusive in Turks and Caicos
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Blue Haven Resort Upscale Spacious Suites
When you’re visiting such a beautiful place such as the Turks and Caicos, you want the accommodations to match and at the Blue Haven Resort, the suites definitely impress.
Their spacious 1250 sq. ft suites are tastefully decorated and definitely impressive. This one bedroom suite is only one option of the 35 others offering 2 and 3 bedrooms and 16 premier guest rooms. The fully equipped, state of the art kitchen with an island and a living room is an amazing option for guests looking for a longer stay. Of course, every amenity is included along with a laundry closet. Let’s not forget the wrap around balcony with amazing water views……..blue as far as the eye can see.
This resort is unique as it offers complimentary shuttle service and full access to all the amenities of its two sister properties, Beach House and Alexandra Resort. This option for us was an incredible feature in that it gave us so many options for dining, beaches, and excursions. Beach House on Grace Bay beach offers an adults-only boutique experience while the Alexandra resort offers more of a sprawling, family oriented and livelier feel. Both are amazing properties with different qualities and together all three combined are an excellent offering for an upscale, all-inclusive stay in the Turks and Caicos.
Pool and Beach
When you arrive at this resort, the first thing you notice through the colorful lobby is the amazing turquoise water set on a private beach. Honestly, I’ve said it before but the water in the Turks is one of a kind and this resort’s name says it all….it really is a Blue Haven! This beach is offered only to the guests of this resort which makes it very private and peaceful. We loved the premium wood sun beds, the palm tree hammocks, and the cool water trampoline.
The infinity edge pool has an amazing view of the beach and best of all a swim up bar which is perfect to get some shade and a tropical drink. Surrounded by the same super comfy loungers as the beach and plenty of umbrellas, this really is a refined spot for relaxing. The beaches in Turks and Caicos are absolutely stunning – you will not believe the colour of the water. Some of the best beaches are in Turks and Caicos.
Blue Haven Cuisine
There is no doubt this an elegant and classy resort and the food served here definitely fits that description. The meals we had here were carefully prepared, refined and on par with the best all-inclusive dining we have ever had.
The Fire and Ice is an open-air, breezy waterfront restaurant where breakfast and dinner are served. Breakfast is served buffet style with premium selections including a gourmet omelet station which we loved. Fresh fruit was always abundant as was the freshly baked pastries!
Dining at the Fire and Ice had a real classy feel with candlelit tables and tulle curtains offering privacy. Dinner starts with an elegant buffet salad bar and then moves to gourmet selections from an a-la-carte menu including premium meats and locally caught seafood. On our first night, we decided on the restaurant specialty which was the table-top charcoal grill where you cook your own marinated meats and vegetables! This was hubby’s favorite and the meal was absolutely delicious. The other dinner choices we both had were excellent as well. For an all-inclusive restaurant, the quality of the meals here are excellent.
Pool Bar and Grill
Lunches at the resort are offered al fresco, conveniently between the pool bar and the beach. This is where you can get appetizers, burgers and seafood options and if you ask real nice like we did, the staff prepares something, not on the menu….jerk chicken!
All the meals are prepared fresh and like the dinners are impressive. One thing that made our meals even better is staff that serves with a smile and are so friendly….we just love that about the Blue Haven!
Sister Properties Dining
Another great feature of this resort is the option of taking a free shuttle to the two other fine hotels and dining at their restaurants. Though we were completely satisfied with our meals, we did hear very positive comments from guests who dined at Kitchen 218 at Beach House and Asu on the Beach at Alexandra resort.
The Blue Haven Resort definitely lives up to its name! Our first time in the Turks and Caicos and at this resort couldn’t have been better. The beautiful, quiet location coupled with the spacious suites is exceptional. Gourmet dining and the friendliest staff are equally as amazing and make this all-inclusive combination very hard to beat in the Turks and Caicos. I would highly recommend this resort to anyone visiting Providenciales for the first time like we did and definitely for any return visit …..like we will!
Thanks so much to Blue Haven Resort for an incredible stay!
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Blue Haven Resort
Turks and Caicos Islands
British West Indies