When choosing where to stay on vacation, perhaps one of the top considerations is value for money. Booking your stay at Turks and Caicos resorts is no different, especially given the many available options in this exclusive destination.
One property that offers terrific value for money is Blue Haven Resort. A member of the boutique hotel brand, Turks and Caicos Collection, Blue Haven Resort guests pay to stay at one property, and enjoy three different beach experiences.
The sand and sea experience starts on site. Blue Haven Resort occupies an idyllic private beach, framed by hammocks swaying among palm trees and offering gorgeous views of lush mangroves and the turquoise coloured sea. Spend the day soaking up the sun on comfortable sunbeds, or swim to the water trampoline and relax there. Beach attendants are ready to serve tropical drinks, and the swim-up pool bar in the infinity pool is just steps away.
When guests are ready for a change of scenery, they can take the resort’s complimentary shuttle service to another Turks and Caicos Collection resort, Beach House, on Grace Bay Beach. After a short 15-minute drive in an air-conditioned van, guests are greeted by the boutique resort’s friendly team and escorted to a dedicated area on the world famous beach where sunbeds, umbrellas, towels, and non-motorized watersports (stand up paddleboards, snorkeling gear, kayaks and a Hobie Cat) await. Some of the best snorkeling on the island is a short walk away from Beach House. Step off the beach and there is a brand new bar on the beach deck, as well as a ping pong table, dart board, table soccer and an oversize chess board in the sand. Beach attendants provide food and beverage service, which includes signing privileges to your room. Reservations are required to use beach facilities at Beach House.
Another opportunity for Blue Haven Resort guests to sample the many beaches of Turks and Caicos is to take the resort’s exclusive shuttle service to Iguana Island at Little Water Cay. The National Heritage site is a 10-minute boat ride from Blue Haven Marina, which is adjacent to the resort. Once you arrive at the island, take time to view the interpretive centre and see the endangered rock iguanas in their natural habitat, followed by some beach time on the island’s pretty beach. The excursion costs $25 per adult and includes roundtrip boat transfer, the admission fee to Iguana Island, beach attendant service, towels and umbrellas, and cold beverages. Reservations are required and can be made with a resort Guest Services agent.
For one of the best Turks and Caicos resorts, and three unique beach experiences, choose Blue Haven Resort. Visit www.bluehaventci.com to make your Turks and Caicos vacation plans now.