Royals and film stars have been drawn to the historic Blue Haven Hotel since the 1940's. It is said to be the site where Robinson Crusoe was stranded in 1659, according to Defoe's celebrated novel. Extensively renovated this glamorous and romantic property combines the restored tradition of the old days with modern facilities.It is also in close proximity to Tobago’s capital Scarborough.
All 55 rooms offer breathtaking ocean views as the hotel is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Blue Haven Hotel has 55 superior and deluxe rooms including 10 suites designed with elegance for your maximum comfort. All accommodations offer private balconies with a breathtaking ocean view.
You can play tennis on the resort's floodlit court, work out in the gym or get a relaxing massage. Blue Haven Hotel can arrange for you to play golf on one of the islands golf courses, which are just minutes away. Personally-guided rain forest hikes and bird watching tours are organized for the Eco-Tourism oriented traveller. Scuba diving and snorkelling at different coral reefs will be arranged as well as deep sea fishing.
Buffet breakfast is served in the restaurant, Shutters on the Bay, or later on the terrace overlooking the ocean. There are barbeques on the beach as well as the No Problem Beach Bar and you can enjoy cocktails at the Terrace Bar before moving on to dinner in the colonial style villa. The menu features a combination of international gourmet cuisine with West Indian ingredients and spices.
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