Coyaba Beach Resort Grenada
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typical great Caribbean holiday resort.The food was ok, great sensibly priced pub /restaurant next door. some wonderful restaurants within a short taxi ride.Wonderful scuba diving, there is one centre on-site and another nearby _ Dive Grenada - excellent team (the onsite centre may be excellent, but didn't use them and found the hotel via Dive Grenada)
Just completed 10 days at this hotel. Slightly out of the peak season so not full but nevertheless fully staffed. Nothing is too much trouble for the exceptional staff at the peaceful resort. It sits on the beautiful Grand Anse beach, which is publicly owned. Staff will put sun beds out there for you and refreshments are readily available from the beach bar. Cold watermelon is brought around every morning, and very welcome too. The pool is relaxed and very clean with its own bar, plenty of sunbeds, and rarely crowded. There are two restaurants, one that asks you to dress casually formal, and the other with a more relaxed dress code. Both have identical menus, and service is first rate. Premiums are payable on the usual lobster/ shrimp / steaks for those on all inclusive packages, but the fixed menu offers a decent choice. Rooms are clean, spacious and have ac and ceiling fans, needed on the hot nights. How nice it was to go into the walk-in shower without a hint of black mould, so often found in many hotel bathrooms. Towels were changed daily, and twice if requested, and were very soft and absorbent. Subbed towels also supplied.You could not ask for more pleasant and polite staff, they are a credit to the resort. Gardens are well tended and very pretty. Thank you Coyaba. I recommend this resort without reservation
This is quite a small resort (about 80 rooms) and, being low season, was nowhere near full, so it was quiet and relaxing. Beautiful setting, right in the middle of Grand Anse beach and with its sun beds behind a low fence to separate it from the beach. Food was ok (breakfast was popular, with fruit, cereal, hot buffet and an egg station for fried eggs, omelettes, pancakes, French toast). The hotel pool, if you want fresh water, is very small, but has a swim-up and poolside bar. Onsite water sports facilities are great and some are included in the package, but, other than that, it's not the place to go if you want a lively stay. Fortunately, we didn't.
I must start out by saying I did like Coyaba. I felt as though the upkeep of the hotel was on point as well as the courteousness of the staff. On the first night we did have an issue with the tub being stopped up but they fixed it in the morning once the Plummer arrived. When it comes to the food an pool I can honestly say we did not experience that part since it was carnival weekend and we were hardly ever there. The hotel is very close to the main strips so I would recommend to anyone staying in Grenada.
We stayed at the Coyaba Beach Resort this August. The resort has direct access onto the gourgous Grand Anse beach and coupled with the beautiful well kept hotel gardens this resort is a wonderful place to stay. The hotel is fairly small and prides itself on good service. The staff throughout the resort are always friendly and willing to help you. Our room was fairly basic but always well cleaned and functional for a stay in the Carribean. Our stay was during the rainy season in Grenada but it did not rain that much, when it did it was pretty full on but only lasted for about half an hour or so before it brightened up again. We still came home with an amazing sun tan. There was a good choice of food at meal times and in the evenings the main restaurant was a la carte. If you preferred not to dress for dinner you could still order from the main menus a la carte whilst dining in the pool bar restaurantt. You could pay an additional charge to have steak and lobster when in season but our all inclusive package was good value and we only had the steak on one occasion. Drinks were the usual standard that you would expect in the Carribean with a wide range of cocktails and you could pay supliments for top branded spirits. But hey when in the Carribean rum is the way ahead. The pool has a swim up bar but in all honesty the pool is pretty small, but with the soft sandy beach at your door step we didn't use the pool much. There is a small hut that serves drinks for the beach but it is very limited in its selection so if you need cocktails on the beach then you need to go to the pool bar. Basically they don't have electricity at the beach hut so canned beer, spirits and soft drinks are your options. Entertainment was very limited and the resort is very peaceful and not the place to stay if you like full on partying. The water sports are supervised by the dive centre attached to the resort and the guys are very helpful and friendly here too. We did go on a few trips and we used the Virgin Holidays rep (Johanna) who was first class. All in all the resort is very well run. It is a quiet peaceful place and set in the most idilic location. I would definitely recommend this resort to anyone who was visiting Grenada.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 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)
Resort Location Map
Coyaba Beach Resort GrenadaGrenada,Grenada
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Grand Anse Beach PO Box 336, Grand Anse Grenada
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