Coyaba Beach Resort

Coyaba Beach Resort

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1199 Reviews
Guide Price £1,119 per person
Based on 10 September 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


Location Type


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
1199 Reviews 85% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 628
  • Very Good 398
  • Average 115
  • Poor 39
  • Terrible 19

What to Expect

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


Jul 10, 2018

Where else to relax

London, United Kingdom

Beachside delightful hotel where there is pride in the garden in which is a pleasure to sit and relax, as an alternative to the beach. (Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner) All staff are helpful and positively respond to 'asks'. Food is of excellent quality and presented with a flair and a smile. A la Carte contains a very good selection for 'special meals'- but the Table d'Hote offers a good variety of enjoyable options. So enjoyed our ten day stay that we have booked to go back next winter.
Jun 29, 2018

Paradise And Then Some!

Coyaba!!! Liming, Whining and TIGHT! I do not think anything I write will come close to expressing the amazing place this resort is, this country is, These people are...or how it made me feel deep inside. I can only try. The resort itself is pretty simple. Beautiful gardens, simple but comfortable rooms, and a small and easy complex to adapt to. The beach is the most stunning of anywhere on the island including Carriacou!!! I went everywhere during my stay and the resort is on the best spot you could hope for. Breathtaking sunsets, amazing almond and sea grape trees to shade under and if you live to snorkel like me, There are small reefs teeming with fish, turtles and other wonders just steps from your room. Explore the beach, there is Umbrellas next door with great live music, a Jamaican Jerk shack down the beach, and at the end of the strip there is a pathway leading up the hill and over to a small beach called the Mourne Rouge Beach (known as the BBC Beach by the locals) where there is great roti and snorkelng too! The resort is only 10 minutes away from St. George's, where you can take the local bus for 2.50 EC, explore the market, stores, local eats or just absorbed the culture of everyday life on a vibrant and warm island in the sun. The food on the resort is amazing! Always super fresh and they change up the buffet for dinner everyday. I suggest eating local food like fish, seafood, veggies and fruit. This is one of the lushest and most abundant islands I have ever been to for this. A lot of islanders are vegetarian fish eaters. If you are looking for a more North American diet of livestock you are gonna pay supplements for it, AND it does not come close to the freshness of their local foods. Now for the important part! The People. I went solo looking for adventure, culture and connecting with the locals. I put forth a minimal effort in curiosity and questions with the resort staff, and received so much love and curiosity in return. My advice to you is ask the staff and locals questions about their life and culture and they WILL embrace you like family. The people are generous, intelligent, traveled, kind, warm, vibrant and willing to do anything to show you how wonderful their island is. Embrace it and you will be given abundance for your efforts. Karan is the BEST and deserves employee of the YEAR...hands down! I had my favorites of course, but as a whole every resort personal working at Coyaba is incredible. I just cannot say enough about them. As I said before, it is hard to put into words how wonderful this place is. Grenada has everything you could possibly be looking for. Rest, relaxation, privacy, culture, romance, connection, friendship,, natural abundance of every kind with reefs, jungle, mountains, and tours galore. I went in off season and still was never wanting for adventure, activities, fun or anything actually. WARNING...the ferry to Carriacou WILL make you vomit. Bring along childrens gravol (lower dose so you do not ruin your excursion). I wore nausea bracelets and still yacked my brains out for more than half the ride! It is apparently pretty much the same cost to take a 20minute flight there, so I suggest looking into that. Also, if you are on paradise beach (which is full of seaweed at the moment) you can take a 40 EC water taxi to Sandy Island for snorkeling. They may or may not inform you of this on your trip, so just a heads up. I cannot wait to go back and pick up where I left off. Incredible experience!!
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Coyaba Beach Resort


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.


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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