Blue Haven Hotel, Tobago ★★★☆☆

Blue Haven Hotel Tobago Sea View

Blue Haven Hotel is located in a lovely neighbourhood just outside Tobago’s capital, Scarborough, on a 15 acre oceanfront property at Bacolet Bay along the southern shore of Tobago. Blue Haven is bounded on three sides by the ocean and offers the convenience of close proximity to many of Tobago’s attractions.

 

The idyllic, natural beauty of Tobago’s landscape combines the charm and scenic splendour of all tropical islands… Unspoiled beaches, coral reefs, fort ruins, a rain forest, waterfalls, exotic flowers and trees, bird life and some of the friendliest people in the world, ensure that you have a complete vacation experience.

 

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 tradition of the old days with modern facilities.

At Blue Haven Hotel, they boast of 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.

Shutters On The Bay Restaurant
Features International cuisine with West Indian spices.

 

No Problem Beach Bar
Also serves lunch and occasional dinners, lounge bar with terrace overlooking the ocean and its beautiful sunset!

 

• A main restaurant at the colonial style villa
• Lounge/terrace bar
• Beach facilities with a beach bar
• A pool overlooking the ocean
• fitness area
• Massages
• Children’s playground
• Tennis court

Prices from €1486 pp and includes;

  • Return flights from Ireland.
  • 7 night’s accommodation.
  • Meet & greet on arrival.
  • Return airport transfers.
  • All airport taxes.

 

Prices are for guide purposes only, on a per person basis and are based on low season departure dates.

 

To enquire about Blue Haven Hotel, Tobago, please email info@caribbeanblue.ie or call 01 241 2366

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