Sunday, October 14, 2007

Blue Haven Hotel , Tobago.

Royals and film stars have been drawn to this 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.

Rooms have teak floors and glass-partitioned bathrooms (with curtains for private moments); four-poster beds and lavish beddings are standard. Rooms in a new wing have sunken sitting areas. Most activity takes place at the No Problem beach bar, where a barbecue always seems to be in progress. The hotel is surrounded by water on three sides, so every room has a spectacular ocean view.

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