Blue Haven Resort is a luxury all-inclusive resort with 35 suites and 16 studios. It’s located in the upscale Leeward community on the eastern end of Providenciales, and on its own private beach.
The resort offers peaceful relaxation, yet is a great accommodation choice for outdoor enthusiasts due to its location near the beautiful Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve.
A counterpart to Blue Haven Resort is Blue Haven Marina, which is the marina and port of entry of choice for many cruising yachts and several local boat charter companies.
All-inclusive vacations include meals, unlimited drinks, in-room mini fridges stocked with refreshments, non-powered water sports equipment, a fitness center, access to the dining and amenities at the sister property Alexandra Resort, and transport between the two resorts.
Things to do and water sports equipment include bicycles for exploring the area, plenty of beach games such as volleyball, horseshoes, chess, and beach tennis, a water trampoline, kayaks, and paddleboards.
This resort boasts of one of the few private beaches on the island, with a small white sand beach on Leeward Channel, which is complete with shady coconut palms and several hammocks to laze the day away.
Dining and Bars
The resort offers several places to dine. Fire and Ice offers indoor and outdoor dining. Salt is a pizza and Italian restaurant, and Jammin’ By the Sea is located beachside and serves casual island and grill fare.
Bars and nightlife options include Ice Bar & Fire Lounge, Salt Bar, and the swim-up pool bar.
Guests staying at this property also have access to the restaurant and bars at the Alexandra Resort.
The Turks and Caicos Collection
Blue Haven Resort is part of the Turks and Caicos Collection group of all-inclusive resorts, which on Providenciales also includes the Alexandra Resort on Grace Bay Beach.
A significant advantage of stays at one of the Turks and Caicos Collection resorts is that guests may freely use the dining and amenities of the counterpart property, which is great for a change in amenities, gourmet dining scene, and beach. Complimentary shuttle service is provided between sites as well.
The Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve
The resort is very close to the uninhabited cays of the Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve, which is a network of protected wetland cays that are home to a wide menagerie of wildlife. When touring by kayak or paddleboard, it’s common to see turtles, baby sharks, conch, starfish, stingrays, fish, and a wide array of birdlife.
Mangrove Cay fronts the resort, and its red mangrove channels are one of the top kayaking and paddleboarding spots on Providenciales. The resort offers guests the complimentary use of non-powered water sports equipment, so you can explore on your own.