Hotel

Coyaba Beach Resort

Coyaba Beach Resort

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1217 Reviews
Guide Price £1,449 per person
Based on 10 December 18 departure from London Gatwick flying with Virgin Atlantic, staying for 7 nights room only in a Superior Garden View (2 adults sharing) including return transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for a stay at this hotel. The price will vary based on exchange rates, and your choice of room type, departure date, airline and cabin class, and any additional extras you’d like to add to your holiday.

One of Grenada's most enchanting resorts

Set right on the pristine sands of Grande Anse Beach, Coyaba Beach Resort is an enchanting place. With highly accessible tropical grounds, it offers well-appointed ground and first-floor rooms decorated in a bright Caribbean style, and down below there are two restaurants and three bars including a swim-up bar in the main pool. The resort's elegant yet laid back atmosphere means you can while away perfect days in the sun, but there is also a Dive and Watersports Centre for invigorating experiences.

  • Discover two restaurants and three bars
  • Set on beautiful Grand Anse Beach
  • Onsite Dive Centre and Watersports
  • Appealing laid back atmosphere

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Trusted

Location Type

Beach

Main Facilities

  • Diving
  • Fitness facilities
  • Outdoor pool
  • Watersports

Accommodation Type

  • Authentic

Board Basis Options

  • All Inclusive
  • Full Board
  • Half Board
  • Bed & Breakfast
Location Highlights

Coyaba Beach Resort

  • Beach
  • Approx. 10 minutes from Grenada International Airport
1217 Reviews 85% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 639
  • Very Good 402
  • Average 117
  • Poor 40
  • Terrible 19

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Sep 17, 2018

Lovely beach hotel. But...........

scotland

Recently returned from a two week stay at Coyaba Beach Resort with mixed feelings. The hotel grounds and gardens are immaculately kept by the courteous gardeners. Our room was fully functional with no shortage of hot water, good air conditioning, comfortable bed and was kept spotlessly clean by the lovely housekeeping staff. Towels were changed as and when required. The nightly turndown service whereby our beach towels were replenished was a nice touch. The beach area is well kept, the sea is generally quite calm and warm and the view from your lounger is picture postcard perfect. Being low season the beach was relatively quiet apart from weekends when locals come down to enjoy it. We found the local people good mannered and non intrusive which is more than I can say about the young American students who invaded in large numbers one Monday! These future “doctors” thought they could simply take over all areas including the space around the hotel loungers playing loud music, shouting, screaming and generally getting very intoxicated!! Hotel security did nothing to help and they were also allowed into the hotel to buy drinks and to continue their childish antics around the bar. All Inclusive drinks have a reasonable choice although if you wanted top shelf there was a surcharge. (The local Gin was awful) The biggest let down for us was the food. Breakfast was quite good with hot food and a cereal/fresh fruit station. Eggs any way you want are prepared by the delightful Raol. Lunch in the poolside restaurant was ok with sandwiches and wraps etc. amongst a reasonable selection. Lunchtime buffet in the main restaurant was generally unexciting and bland. Dinner was hugely disappointing and a mixture of table service and buffet. The table de hote menu was very similar every evening. Chicken, Pork, and Tuna served with a slightly different, bland sauce each evening. The “traditional” Roast Beef on a Sunday was tough as old boots. There is an a la carte menu with a reasonable choice. Tried the Calaloo soup one evening which I have enjoyed all over the Caribbean. Unfortunately this offering was luke warm and resembled dishwater. Any premium choices on the menu are charged at a premium. After dinner, apart from Saturday when the Steel Band plays (loudly) and Tuesday at managers cocktail night when a fabulous band entertains the lounge area resembles a library with not even background music. Consequently most guests seem to disappear to their rooms. Staff are varied in their welcome with a few stand outs and a lot that just go through the motions and appear as though they would rather be elsewhere. The supervisor who mainly sits with the glum face behind the till in the evening needs to take a good look at herself! Thanks go out to Sheldon the bar person. (Lovely guy) Rachael, Dwayne, Tia, Richard on the beach, Glenroy, Rene, Shania Donald and Leeroy for making us always feel most welcome. Although we met a few repeat guests and lovely people during our stay we will not be returning to Coyaba in the future.
Sep 14, 2018

Great resort beach hotel

Philadelphia

We had a great time at this Chermans family-owned hotel even though we were rained in for one whole day. Convenient and sufficient scuba diving shop on the grounds, which were lovely. We made it to tea time each day. Loved the good and inexpensive restaurant, Umbrellas, next door. Nutmeg ice-cream at the hotel restaurant was delicious. The front desk staff need to be a bit better trained regarding giving out information about traveling around the island. Several times, we were told that a location was walkable, but there weren't many sidewalks or good night lighting. We dodged traffic each time we left the hotel. Some of the buses (vans) didn't come down the street of the hotel. The grocery store was across the street in a mall so that was walkable. I had requested 2 rooms with a King, but got 2 rooms with double beds which was disappointing, but minor.
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Coyaba Beach Resort

Facilities

Swimming Pool

Soak up the sun at the resort's sparkling pool.

Grand Anse Beach

Stretch out on Grenada's best beach.

Fitness Centre

Complimentary access to modern fitness equipment is included in your stay.

PADI 5-star Dive Centre

The onsite dive centre welcomes guests to experience PADI certified diving. Explore the marvelous underwater array of corals nearby, or head over to Bianca C, the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean. Subject to additional charge.

Floodlit Tennis Court

The tennis court is open to all guests and is floodlit for night play in the cooler air.

Spa

A range of invigorating spa treatments are available to book at the resort. Unwind with a classic back massage or opt for a 'Salt Loofah Body Buff'. You can also treat yourself to a pedicure and manicure. Subject to additional charge.

Coyaba Beach Resort

Room Types

Superior Garden View

Overlooking the gardens, these rooms come with king-sized beds or twin doubles, and feature mini-fridges, private balcony or patio, and cable TV.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Telephone

Pool View

These tropically designed rooms have either one king, or twin queen beds, a comfortable seating area ans views out to the swimming pool. 

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Telephone
Coyaba Beach Resort

Food & Drink

The Beach Bar

Relax on the beach, and stroll right up to this bar for a refreshing drink in the sun.

Arawakabana Restaurant

A range of international and local dishes make up the buffets at the resort's main restaurant, with lobster sometimes— when it's in season.Breakfast: 06:30am to 10:00amLunch: 12:30pm to 14:30pmDinner: 19:00pm to 22:00pm Dress code: Smart Casual: men are required to wear trousers, collared shirts and closed shoes, while women are asked not to wear flip flops or trainers.

The Carbet Restaurant

This a la carte restaurant has an open-air setting right by the pool, serving lunch and dinner with a variety of tasty choices.

Cacique Bar and Lounge

The main lounge bar is a comfortable place to enjoy drinks.

Swim-up Pool Bar

The Swim-up Pool Bar is open all day long for drinks in or out of the water.

Board Basis Options

Bed & Breakfast

Breakfast each morning in Arawakabana Restaurant.

Half Board

Breakfast at Arawakabana Restaurant each morning, and dinner in either Arawakabana or The Carbet Restaurant.

All Inclusive

Breakfast, lunch and dinner in either of the restaurants.

A selection of local soft drinks and alcoholic beverages (not including premium brands).(Premium food items such as steak, shrimp and lobster not included - subject to additional charge)

Full Board

Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in either of the two restaurants.

Coyaba Beach Resort

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