Adjacent to the Blue Haven Marina, the all-inclusive Blue Haven Resort overlooks the unspoiled Mangrove Cay, away from the bustle of Grace Bay. It caters well to both couples and families, although there aren’t many activities for kids. The manmade beach is well below average for Turks & Caicos, and pales in comparison to nearby Grace Bay Beach (this factor has a negative effect on the Overall Beach Resort Rating, taking it out of the A range), there are just three on-site restaurants (which is below average for an all-inclusive), the fitness center is small and unimpressive, and there isn’t much within walking distance in terms of shopping and dining; but the property offers an alluring infinity pool right by the beach with a great swim-up bar, extremely spacious condo-style accommodations with up to three bedrooms, hammocks on the beach, a small kids club, an on-site grocery store, calm water for swimming, and a serene atmosphere. Rooms come with a plethora of space, modern kitchens with granite countertops, flat-screen TVs, and a contemporary overall style. Activities include stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, Hobie Cat sailing, guided sailing tours with snorkeling, beach volleyball (on a good court), kiteboarding, windsurfing, jet skiing, scuba diving, and deep sea fishing. There’s a complimentary dining shuttle to sister properties Alexandra Resort and the adults-only Beach House (guests have access to all amenities at these sister properties – not just the restaurants).