Coyaba Beach Resort Grenada
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Stayed at the Coyaba for two weeks September/October and flew with BA. We chose a private transfer and this only took about ten minutes. Check in was straightforward and we were taken to our room. Lovely room with an ocean view on the first floor, spacious and the room was kept immaculate for two weeks. Thanks to our housekeeping lady! (Sorry didn't get her name). The opposite side of the resort was next to the umbrella bar which could be noisy some evenings.The food was excellent and we always used the pool restaurant as this suited us for both lunch and dinner. Our food was served to us from either the a la carte or from the daily special menu. Being fussy myself and not drinking tea or coffee for breakfast the staff arranged for me to get a Coke Zero every morning. A big thank you to Josephine.The resort itself is set on a beautiful beach which was shared with the locals.The shopping mall across the road was worth a visit but we found looking around the supermarket, things were quite expensive.Overall a lovely holiday and the staff made it special with nothing too much trouble.Would definitely recommend this resort and would come back if we return to Grenada.Many thanks!
We stayed at Coyaba in mid September and dodged two hurricanes! The hotel is in the best spot ever and the beach and sea are beautiful. Whilst we were there the hotel was not full and we had no trouble getting sun loungers. Our room was fine and I have no complaints. I think a recent refurb has taken place and the bathrooms look fairy new. A slight design flaw meant that shower water dribbled into the main room but Hey Ho, worst things happen. The food in general was very good. Most meals were from an a la Carte menu but some were buffet style. We were there for 2 weeks and it was getting repetitive in the second week as the standard menu didn’t change but there was also a daily changing menu. Breakfasts were “hotel standard” but lacked imagination.There were a couple of things that were disappointing for us. The Tuesday night BBQ was not a BBQ at all, it was normally cooked food served from an open BBQ!! We found this really bad. Almost all the hotels we have been in have done BBQs on certain nights, and they have fed a lot more people than there were staying at Coyaba. When we asked the Chef about it she said a proper BBQ was not possible?? The only other complaint would be the Bread (or lack of it). The only bread available was sliced for toast and tiny baps that were gone in two bites, and you had to ask for these! I have never known a hotel that did not have a selection of nice crusty breads and it was sorely missed after a week.The entertainment was very low key and only on two nights, but this could have been because it was low season.Grenada in General is beautiful. We felt very safe at all times and used public transport all the time so don’t be afraid and there is a big supermarket across the road if you need anything. The staff were all great and happy with a special mention for Lyndriss and the tall young barman whose name I can’t remember (sorry!).We will return!
We have been lucky enough to visit many beautiful locations around the Caribbean, and up to now Aruba was our favourite. Move over... new in at number 1 is Grenada. All the good things written by other contributors about Grenada and the Coyaba Beach Resort are correct. The Hotel, location, accommodation, and staff are 1st rate - only 10 minutes from the airport. Be advised that this is a hotel for total relaxation - not for late night discos and over-energetic animation teams. The small number of rooms mean that the menus may be a little limited for some people, but we always found something really nice to eat. The rooms are kept beautifully clean with daily maid service. In short, we could not find anything to fault. The beach and sea are very clean, and a trip into St Georges is a must.. especially at only $US1 each on one of the numerous ,no,1 buses. Lots of local atmosphere and friendly locals. We shall return
From the moment we arrived at Coyaba until we left to return to the airport for our homeward flight the hotel staff greeted us with the warmest smiles that accompanied some of the most friendly and attentive service I have experienced anywhere. Special mentions to Karren in housekeeping: Nisha, Nigel and Geron of the bar staff, of course there can be no forgetting Josephine in the restaurant. The hotel location, right in the centre of Grand Anse Bay was stunning and the well kept hotel grounds included plenty of shaded areas for when the sun got too hot gave plenty of options for relaxing. For those that are not keen on the expansive sandy beach there is a pool with a swim up bar area.Being quite small at night the hotel was quite quiet, however if you want a bit more of a party animal bar with banging music etc there are a couple of these dotted along the beach within an easy walk.The food choices were varied enough to prevent too much repetition served in a choice of two restaurants for lunch and dinner. Would I recommend this hotel? That’s a resounding YES! After speaking to several other guests there was a high percentage of returnees, which speaks for itself.
With a wonderful greeting at the airport (for the rest of the world - customs and security staff can be friendly and polite) to friendly greetings throughout the stay, Grenada is the place to be. Coyaba is a compact hotel on the Grand Anse Beach front, with immaculate gardens and a delightful relaxing atmosphere. It is for mature types as there are no thumping nightclubs on site, they are all towards the capital. Complete relaxation, food is good and plentiful, most of the staff are superb, beds are comfortable, air conditioning efficient, what more can you want? Oh and the beach must be one of the best in the Caribbean - never crowded. Went on 2 tours and both ended later than planned with the guides ensuring a full program with nothing being missed. The round the island tour was exceptional. Had swollen feet after the long flight and had to buy a range new footwear. 5 minute hobble across the road to the Mall had everything sorted.Besides Sandals, Coyaba is one of the best hotels in the Caribbean.
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- Buffet breakfast and lunch
- A la carte dinners (reservations required)
- Unlimited domestic and select international drinks (house wine included)
- Afternoon tea
- Turn down service
- Evening entertainment (3 nights/week)
- Selected non-motorized water sports (1 hour/ day)
- 80 rooms
- 2 restaurants
- 2 bars
- Tennis court
- Scuba diving (fee)
- Windsurfing (fee)
- Medical services (fee)
- Room Service (fee)
- Spa (fee)
- WiFi (designated areas)
- 1 king-size or 2 double beds
- Full bathroom
- In-room safe
- Balcony or terrace
- Maximum occupancy 3 adults (2 adults and 2 children)
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Coyaba Beach Resort GrenadaGrenada,Grenada
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Grand Anse Beach PO Box 336, Grand Anse Grenada
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