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If you're looking for a place to unwind in form of reading a book and sleeping all day, this is the place. We stayed for 7 days and booked the deluxe cottage with many additions (bad idea) online prior to the vacation. Although it was a very relaxing vacation, I wished I knew a few things before I had booked the vacation like:A) Half boarding and meal plan: RIP OFF, don't book unless you can eat the same dinner menu every day without substituting the dinner option for lunch and can brazenly eat 2 entrees in addition to appetizer and dessert. One thing that is not advertised is that basic and alcoholic beverages are not included in the meal plan (including bottle of water or soft drinks). Our half boarding meal plan for 7 days amounted to 1460 USD in total which includes 20 percent service and tax charge (2 people). At most, your breakfast will come out to 50-60 USD and dinner will come out to 100 USD (includes appetizer, entree and dessert). THAT BEING SAID, we would be losing about 60-75 USD a day, 420-525 USD in aggregate. Since we really couldn't take the monotonous dinner menu, we had substituted 3 dinners for lunches which turned out that we were losing an extra 150 USD in aggregate. I would guess they profited about 700 USD just from the overpriced meal plan. Even if you are the type that can eat 2 entrees, the kitchen staff is very wary of it and will 1) try to give you less food or 2) wait staff would start to get annoyed. Either way, leaves a bad taste in your mouth. I'm surprised no one had mentioned it or maybe we're the only idiots who really didn't know it was overpriced. In the end, even the woman who checked us out told us the meal plan wasn't worth it for us and it’s only "worth it for people who eat a lot."B) Rainforest hike: First off the 155 USD is a package and not for one person. We had booked two thinking it was an all day hike with drinks and meals included. Nothing is included so make sure to bring your own beverages. The hike was very short, about 40min in total, you get to see the seven sisters and if you’re lucky Lenox will show you the honeymoon waterfall. C) Romantic Candle-lit Dinner: DO NOT BOOK IF YOU DECIDE TO GET THE MEAL PLAN. When we booked on-line, we thought it would be a candle-lit dinner on the beach with a 5 course meal. Instead it is the same dinner menu in the meal plan and the only thing is you're seated 3 steps away from the restaurant, similar to outdoor seating offered in restaurants in New York.Overall, its an average hotel with a great spa (frequented twice, the Balinese massages were great and worth going at least once), a very friendly staff and a very nice owner. See below for hotel experience breakdown.Activities: The owner did a great job buying good quality equipments (i.e. Hobbiecat, snorkel gear,kayak and bikes). One thing I would note, snorkeling isn't that great off the beach, you see a few fishes but no live corals or colorful fishes/turtles. Cottage: We stayed at the deluxe cottage, very spacious and has an air conditioning system that works very well (made the cottage an even better experience). The outdoor bathroom isn't something I prefer however it was done very well here as only the shower and sinks were outdoors and the bathroom wasn't exposed (no need to worry about creatures hiding in the toilet). The plunge pool was a little dinky and grimy, didn't add value to the room.Restaurant: Need variation, menu gets old very quickly Currency Exchange: No need, even though they can exchange 1 USD for 2.60 EC, all vendors take USDBeach: Nice with space to lay out
I'm a big fan of boutique hotels and when I'm on vacation I don't like crowds. Not snobby. But I talk for a living so I just like more solitude on vacation. This was my second trip to Laluna. The first was like 10 years ago and it always stayed in the back of my head. The "cabanas" are built into a hill with stunning views of the Caribbean. Be warned: The hill is a little bit exhausting if you're not in great shape and you get assigned to a cabana on the top of the resort. Each "cabana" is awesome. I think most have little pools outside the room, the showers are semi outside showers which have views of the sea. They have a nice, small pool. Not many pool chairs so ya have everybody poaching with their towels early. lol. The restaurant food was good. Not exceptional but good. My fav was the Chicken curry. The private beach is so nice and secluded on a spit of sand with PLENTY of elbow room. They provide you with free kayak's and paddle boards and the sea is calm in front of the hotel. You can really get away. Grenada is getting expensive. I thought about going to Spice Island Resort but the $$$ were nutty. Laluna was cheaper and less snooty. The service was great for Grenada standards. Remember, you're here to relax. So, you won't get super fast, American service. Which is great. It forces you to relax a bit. But they bend over backwards to make sure your stay is great. Def stop by the main office on first day and pick weekly activities. We went deep sea fishing one day and had a fantastic day.
My parents and I purchased a 1-day pass to La Luna and upgraded the massage. This was the best day of our trip. We got the resort feel without spending the money to actually stay at the resort. The 1-day pass included access to all of La Luna's facilities, all water sports, 2 alcoholic drinks, lunch in their restaurant, and a massage. The massage was heavenly and the food at the restaurant very good. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting a one-day get away!
We loved Laluna! Everything from the personalized service, great food, and the location were terrific. The accommodations were very private and lovely. We would return in a heartbeat! We loved the beautiful beach and pool, and the view from our cottage. Spectacular!
Our honeymoon at Laluna was incredible! We went in July and the rainy season was not a problem at all. It tended to rain the most during the early hours of the morning while we were still asleep. The food was incredible and the portions were huge, the staff were all very accommodating, and the property was breathtaking. And I am still daydreaming about being back in the spa! The petal scrub/hot rock massage was heavenly. I drank the most delicious tea while getting a pedicure on the porch next to the beach. My husband and I can't wait to go again!
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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
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PO Box 1500 Morne Rouge, Grand Anse Grenada
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