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After tucking away an article on Laluna for several years, my husband and I finally visited during August, 2013. The food, the staff, the cottages, the sights and sounds of the seemingly private ocean setting and incredibly clean beach...we were hooked! Every subsequent New England winter, we would tempt each other with emailed photos of our prior visit, until, at last, we were able to visit again this past April. We will not wait as long to return, and we have vowed to be Laluna Lifers! We, too, have never tried to recreate a travel adventure, but this place has a magic that is irresistible. We chose to stay put during this trip. The relaxation that granted us actually made the trip pleasantly different in its own way. We kayaked and hunted for sea glass; we slept late and ate more delicious food than we should have. We were treated both like royalty and like old friends by the staff. Yoga with Faye was divine, and we enjoyed live music at the bar with a very mellow-but-happy happy hour crowd. Snorkeling to view sea life was easy and rewarding; watching the sunsets....ahhhh.....those sunsets.....A few details to note...the mosquito net works great, if you happen to be there during a buggy spell. We visited during two different seasons, and we were never disturbed during the day, with only one or two outside the netting in the room at night. The room and closet are generous! Do not hesitate to ask the staff questions; they genuinely want your stay to be incredibly satisfying. Drying wet clothing is a snap, because the bathroom is open to flowing air. The robes are a good weight and come in really handy. I am fussy about using organic/natural body products. The shampoo and soaps provided fit the bill, so I will never pack mine again. My husband is never fussy, so he says, "You go, Girl."What we will do differently next time? Return sooner! Book more days!! (first 3, then 5, maybe 7 next?) Take some money when we kayak to the next cove, so we can have a drink at one of the restaurants there. Skip the meal plan, so we can eat larger meals mid-day and lighter in the evenings on occasion, if we choose. (We will still eat too much, because the food is incredible!) Visit the spice market each trip - the prices are phenomenal, the spices are very fresh, and they make excellent gifts! Pack less and a smaller variety of dinner clothing. Take a second book to read. Try a different cocktail each night. Hire a fishing boat, so the chef can cook our catch? Log more hammock time. Download my photos the minute we return, because I lost my phone and all my pics within a week, but what a great excuse to return sooner than later, right?
Great getaway for couples in love. My wife and I experienced the most incredible 6 days at Laluna, in Grenada. We will go back, no doubt. The beaches are the best in the world. Crystal clear and white beautiful sand. The staff Tracy, Dwight, Urban, Arvonel, the girl who recommend Bananas (outdoor club) and so many others were wonderful. They have food packages aval (breakfast/dinner) $90/day per. Well worth it. We used points for hotel (villa costs are modest to high depending on season). There is a grocery store 10 mins from hotel. Take a cab $30 and Buy all your snacks,drinks, alcohol, and anything else. Save money on these things (no stove /micro in room). The villas are incredible. We stayed in 14; an amazing view. Next time we want the beach cottage; only villa on beach. They have a bar/outside lounge area and Urban and Dwight can make you anything. During happy hour (everyday) 5pm-7pm it's 2 for 1. This was an incredible vacation and so many memories; we have been all over the world and this place is one of our best.
My husband and I visited Laluna for a week in the Fall and had an amazing experience. Great spot for couples to vacation!We stayed in a private villa with a plunge pool. Very clean, well kept rooms.The resort is very private and we definitely received top notch, personalized customer service. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable about the island (sharing insights about what to see and where to go if you'd like to venture out), and ensures guests have all they need during their stay. The food and drinks were great. Loved the Italian inspired menu offerings! Very different from what I've experienced at other resorts - in a good way!The pool area and beach are very relaxing. We were there slightly off season so it was quiet - very few other guests which allowed us to have an even more personalized/private experience. Very clean beach - not many rocks. The resort also offers water recreation such as stand up paddle boarding. The water is so clear so it's a beautiful view floating above! :)Definitely recommend Laluna! Overall, quiet, private, and perfect to unplug from the daily grind and relax.
Part of wanting to see everywhere in the world means that return visits are very unlikely, even when you love the location. As we left for the airport last year, the owner of La Luna said in his Italian accent "don't look so upset. You will be back." We smiled and my wife and I shared a glance. His words felt real. This year, when we were looking for a 4 day getaway, we did the unthinkable. For the first time in 20 years, we repeated a vacation. Not only did we repeat, but we went on the same calendar date, same room and I am happy to report that we had the same amazing time. Again, Cottage #8 allowed us to see some of the most amazing sunsets. This time, having none of the "I must visit.. anxiety, my wife and I simply stayed at the beach sipping Rum concoctions and enjoying the amazing Grenadian blue/green water. Everything about our second stay was just as great as the first. Urban the bartender still continues to impress as do all of the staff...kinda have a feeing that we will be back. (still feels weird to imagine that)
This spot is beautiful. The rooms are large and the bed comfy. You can hear people next door since dome of the cabanas are attached. No biggie.I loved the beach and the views. The restaurant and bar was ok. Not the friendliest of service and often I was forgotten. I'm not sure if this is the vibe of this higher-end hotel, but a smile and a thank you for a tip goes a long way. I've stayed at many luxury resorts before. Just felt like the staff was standoff-ish. I walked in smiling, and tipped every step of the way so I'm a bit baffled. It made me feel bad.Nancy was the true star of the place. The good was nice but Tiramisu was heavy on the marscapone. (Sorry I'm italian!)
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
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- No beverages included
- Non-motorized water sports
- Land sports
- Mountain bikes
- 16 Rooms
- 2 Bars
- Gift shop
- Internet station
- Car rental desk
- Room service (fee)
- Spa (fee)
- Yoga, Pilates sessions
- Common Area Wireless Access
- Laundry Service
- Ocean view
- Balcony or terrace
- 1 king-size bed
- 1 full bathroom
- Air conditioning and ceiling fan
- Cable television
- Private plunge pool
- CD player
- Coffee maker (complimentary tea and coffee)
- In-room safe
- Internet access
- Bathrobe for use during your stay
- Cottage suites are semi detached and are located approximately 110 -125 feet from the beach up the hillside. The ocean serves as the backdrop for bathrooms which are partially exposed to the natural enviroment and offers large custom showers and detailed to offer ultimate comfort. A 31 square foot plunge pool is situated on the expansive veranda. A 300 sq. ft bedroom offering a four poster Balinsese king size bed with Italian linen sheets
- Maximum occupancy of 2
- Ocean view
- Balcony or terrace
- 1 king-size bed
- 1 full bathroom
- Cottage deluxe suites are detached located approximately 50-80 feet from the beach up the hillside. The ocean serves as the backdrop for bathrooms which are partially exposed to the natural environment and offers large custom showers and detailed to offer ultimate comfort. A 31 square foot plunge pool is situated on the expansive veranda. A 300 sq. ft bedroom offering a four poster Balinese king size bed with Italian linen sheets
- Maximum occupancy of 2
Resort Location Map
- Hotel Contacts
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PO Box 1500 Morne Rouge, Grand Anse Grenada
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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