Coyaba Beach Resort Grenada
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Sixteen members of my family stayed at the Coyaba. It was a birthday celebration. The staff were very polite and friendly although on a couple of occasions a few of them must have had a bad day and their behaviour was not up to scratch (in the dining areas).On our arrival in the foyer we were served rum punch / juice which was welcoming especially as there was no air conditioning and the ceiling fans were inadequate. Checking in at reception was a bit chaotic for our large party and there was only one porter to take our luggage to our various rooms.Look out for mosquitoes where you sit to use the computers in the foyer in the evening. They made a meal of me in less than five minutes and a lack of air conditioning does not help.Rooms were very comfortable and clean and you wouldn't normally have mosquitos in your room however as the cleaners leave the door open when cleaning a few mosquitoes do find their way in.We were given a free massage which was lovely. The beach was fantastic and the grounds of the hotel well kept.This was supposed to be an all-inclusive package however you were expected to pay extra for certain meals eg steak or prawns. Considering this was the Caribbean, home to a variety and multitude of fruits, the only fruits on offer every day was melon and some sort of citrus fruit, occasionally pineapple. The menu in general was very unimaginative, the same dishes for breakfast every single morning and a variation on a theme when it came to lunch and dinner. There were two dining areas with exactly the same menu and the dress code was odd to say the least. For dinner in the larger diner, males had to wear a shirt with a 'collar' and long trousers and proper shoes. In the smaller diner it was 'anything goes' although it was a waitress service. The waitress service in both diners was very slow therefore we all preferred it when on the odd occasions there was a buffet service. Not much entertainment. During the 10 nights we were there, there was a steel band on two nights and a singer with a small band on another night.Not much happened in the way of entertainment after about 11.00 pm. We entertained ourselves as a family with our own music.
That is the only way we can describe Coyaba. Every element of our stays at Coyaba have never been anything less than astounding. The staff are excellent in every way: friendly, cheerfully helpful (at all times), hard-working and professional. Whether its the groundskeeper, housekeeper, food server, bartender, security, reception, or management, EVERYONE is there to make your stay a perfect and memorable experience.The facilities are extremely clean and well maintained. The food is great; breakfast is terrific. We love to sit in the open-air breakfast pavilion gazing at the wonderful views of the tropical gardens, manicured grounds and the glittering waters of Grand Anse Bay in the background.We prefer the upstairs rooms. Each upstairs room has a private balcony. We like to people watch after a day at the beach. At bedtime we leave the window open to experience the evening breeze rather than the room air conditioner. Best of all, right at dusk, you begin to hear the faint chirping of the tree frogs twittering lowly into the night. What a wonderful way to fall asleep . . . We have been to Coyaba 5 or 6 times. Originally, it was actually Grand Anse Bay that captured our interest in Grenada. We chose Coyaba because of it's location and reviews. I had no idea that we would have a vacation-altering experience. Grand Anse Bay is the finest beach I have found and I've been to many highly rated ones. So when you combine this beach with the stellar resort at Coyaba, you will have experienced Heaven on Earth.
I can really only reiterate what all other reviewers have put,superb relaxing, quality hotel. The food I thought was excellent, yes after two weeks it could be repetitive,but they tried a different take and themes to try and keep it fresh,you have a snack menu around the pool restaurant is a set one,but the Buffet is different each day.In the evening they have a set al a carte menu which is the same each night,and a nightly menu which changes daily,also a couple of nights there is a buffet.Thought all the drinks were excellent too. Pool area we didn't use much because the beach was amazing,but was clean and had a swim up bar.The beach WOW, amazing,with amazing views,the sea was crystal clear and so warm even at 6 am. Stunning.The staff are all amazingly friendly and efficient, from the moment we arrived at the hotel we were treated like family not guests,this made it extra special.The rooms were more than adequate,very clean,everything in that you need,no complaints from us.lovely sea view as well.Would I recommend 200% fabulous hotel,will we return, bearing in mind there are so many places to see out there,yes I can see us returning hopefully sooner rather than later.Grenada and its people are fantastic, it is a beautiful country and wonderful people for a very relaxing holiday. Recommend coming to the coyaba beach resort.
We just returned from our stay at Coyaba and wanted to share our thoughts for those interested staying here. This property was great for us as it was right on one the most beautiful beaches in Grenada but also just across the street from a grocery store, the bus stop to bring you to town, and close to several off resort restaurants and roadside BBQs. The gardens were extremely well maintained and scattered with tiny little lizards and a variety of birds and tree frogs. At night the frogs will chirps you to sleep and in the morning the birds with sing you awake. We even had finches come right up to us for crumbs off our plates. The rooms were simple and all you need when you spend most of your time outside. We had a second floor room with a balcony overlooking the beach. We lucked out and were only 4 rooms away from the beach on the north side. The bed was a large king with king sized pillows. All rooms have a porch with a big screened door if you choose to have the breeze versus the ac. The only complaint about the room was the water pressure dropped the last 2 days but the bathroom was plenty big. The room was cleaned twice daily and had a fridge and hot water pitcher for room snacks and coffee. We choose the non inclusive option so purchased snacks and juice and rum from the grocery store across the street and ate breakfast on the balcony every morning. We chose Umbrellas Beach Bar and Cummin’ Up BBQ next door for dinner a few nights and tested the local cuisine at the roadside BBQ at the roundabout across the street too. All delicious and super cheap. The beach was groomed daily and had a security guard watching your belongings and he helped with the beach chairs. I felt super safe on this island in general but even more so knowing someone was always looking out for your stuff too. The water is so crystal clear you can see 10 ft or more down. The beach is all public and free to walk the entire coast line in front of the neighboring resorts and apartments. The locals also seem to enjoy this beach and will bring their kids to play and soak in the water or play a football game on the beach. Grand Anse is not the beach for shell collecting but neighboring beaches are. The location for us was great as we are adventurous and like to walk and see the island. We managed to walk the beach then the road to St George’s, the road to Mourne Rouge and LaLuna just 20 to 30 minutes walk south but steep hills. Also Le Papillon for brunch just 1/4 mile walk. We realized at any other big resort nearby this would not have been possible. Activities are minimal but you are offered daily use of kayaks, snorkeling gear and hobiecat. There is a charge for the hobie cat lesson but if you know how to sail, you can use it for 1 hr a day at no charge. A house band and steel drum players entertain you at night. You can swim, play tennis, have massages, and just relax and enjoy the beauty around you. Overall this is a great place for couples looking to get away and wanting to relax. It’s in a prime location for the beach and access to other destinations on the island like St George’s, waterfalls and Belmont Estates Chocolate plantation. If you are looking to cut your costs, don’t do all inclusive and be an adventurous eater. Hope this information helps your decision making. Enjoy your trip!
Fantastic venue and the staff are absolutely brilliant and could not be faulted in any way the hotel was spotlessly clean food was very good close to the beach and the weather was to die for. There were very good water sports to enjoy along with a very nice island tour which included a rum and chocolate factory visit, then there was the ATV quad trek which again was rather special.
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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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- Extra Info
Grand Anse Beach PO Box 336, Grand Anse Grenada
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