Turks and Caicos Islands Hotels


Blue Horizon Resort

At a Glance


  • breathtaking views of Mudjin Harbour from the rooms
  • lack of development makes you feel like you're away from it all


  • need a car to explore
  • probably too isolated for some
  • three-night minimum

Blue Horizon Resort Review

At this property, undulating cliffs skirt one of the most dramatic beaches in the Turks and Caicos. Blue tin roofs mark the small, self-contained open-plan cottages. Screened-in porches and careful positioning ensure that all of the cottages have unobstructed views along the cliffs and out to sea. Although it's secluded, it doesn't lack in amenities. The concierge can arrange everything, including groceries, excursions to East Caicos and Joe Grants Cay, kayaks, snorkeling trips, and bonefishing. Tropical Cottage has large, attractive murals; Dragon View Cottage has spectacular views of Dragon Cay and is closest to the Crossing Place trail that winds along the cliff tops. In the restaurant there are huge floor-to-ceiling windows that might give it prettiest view of all. If you like getting away from it all, this is your place.

    Hotel Details

  • 5 cottages, 2 villas
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-11-2014

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