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Amid a flowering garden of palm trees, hibiscus, frangipani and bougainvillea, is the Coyaba Beach Resort. Perched on the world famous Grand Anse Beach, the hotel's unique design is themed on Arawak-Indian life from a bygone era. Covering 5½ acres, the hotel offers beautiful natural surroundings, as well as Grenadian specialities and International cuisine from 2 restaurants, or you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the pool swim-up bar! When you’re feeling more energetic, free tennis, Hobie Cats and kayaking will keep you occupied.
Situated on the southwest of Grenada, 8km from the historic capital of St. Georges and on Grand Anse Beach. The resort is set in 5½ acres of gardens and is within easy walking distance to the shopping in Grand Anse. Transfer time from airport: 15 min.
80 rooms on 2 floors in 8 buildings with no lifts. Superior Collection Rooms blend calming earth tone colours with striking artwork and offer private balcony/terrace with views of either the garden or pool (some have ocean views but these are on request and subject to availability), air-conditioning and ceiling fan, cable TV, telephone, tea/coffee-making facilities, small fridge (unstocked), safe, iron and board, hairdryer and nightly turndown service. Superior Collection Rooms have 2 double beds or 1 king-size bed, and seating area and sleep max 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children.
The poolside Carbet Restaurant, serving bistro favourites, the Arawakabana (signature restaurant) offers elegant dining (dress code applies). Cocktails in an ambient setting at the Cacique Bar and at the swim-up pool bar.
Freeform freshwater outdoor pool with sunloungers, tables and umbrellas. Golf with free green fees at nearby Grenada Golf and Country Club (transport and equipment not included). Floodlit tennis court (with racquets and balls supplied), table tennis, yoga class and board games. Hobie Cat sailing, kayaking and use of snorkelling equipment (one hour per room per day). PADI 5-star centre for diving*. Fitness centre and massage centre.
Live entertainment 3 times a week (once per week in low season).
Pool and beach towels provided. Afternoon tea. Complimentary WiFi. Small library. Laundry services*.
Dress code for Arawakabana restaurant: Gentlemen to wear long trousers, collared shirts and fully enclosed shoes.
Please note that interconnecting rooms are only available on the top floor. Interconnecting rooms are unavailable to families with children due to restrictions on the top floor and will be allocated on the ground floor only.
*Denotes local charge.
Child ages are up to and including 12 years.
All meals, including afternoon tea, all drinks by the glass (house brands), all activities and entertainment above unless otherwise specified. 1 massage per person per stay (max 2 persons). (A supplement is charged on some food items.)
Good general access around the property. Superior Collection Room with 1 king-size bed and roll in shower or bath and shower.
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I am a white English woman currently staying in Grenada with my black partner - he comes from London , born and bred. Not staying at The Coyoba, thank goodness! Went there for breakfast- very very... Read more mediocre and not worth the 55 dollars for a ' continental' breakfast- stale bread, canned juice ( not fresh or local ). Stiff upper lip atmosphere , with lots of blatant staring at my partner and I from older guests and Grenadian staff alike. Got the impression they felt he should be working there !!! not funny really , as a atmosphere. Then I booked a massage - price not given on booking. When I arrived at the tiny , cramped spa, I was asked for $US 90 for a short 20 minute foot massage. At the same time, my partner was trying to enter the hotel entrance so he could meet me. He was refused entry by a hostile security guard. We complained to Guest Services , who did have the grace to apologise- but we saw the same guard menancingly swinging a baton ( is that even legal ? ) at people entering from the beach. He had no idea who was a guest, a spa user or comings to the Coyoba for dining. He was obviously suspicious of anyone not really dressed up. In 30 degree heat ! It is laughable but also quite appalling. I am very glad I am staying at a much better hotel ( The Flamboyant) on the same stretch of beach. About the same price , no rip offs , and value for money in all their restaurants. Avoid the Coyoba unless you want to be ripped off and want to be around a hostile atmosphere that is similar to the 1950's. Read less
We stayed here for a week in January. Our room was clean and spacious but in need of a refurbishment, and the bathroom was definitely past its best, but we had no issues with the water pressure... Read more and always had hot water. The wifi connection was good. The gardens are very pretty and pleasant to walk through to the restaurants and the beach which was next to the hotel and is beautiful. The food in general was ok, breakfast was terrible with only 3 choices of fruit and one choice of yoghurt. The bread and pastry selection was dreadful, I think the cooked selection was ok but it's not really for me, so Breakfast was a complete disappointment. Service in the restaurants was very hit and miss and almost comical at some points. The drinks package was very extensive and the cocktails excellent. We thought we had booked a king bedded room, however on arrival were allocated 2 doubles, we went to ask if we could have our original booking but were told that there are no guarantees, despite being told that in principal there shouldn't be a problem and asking several times, our request fell on deaf ears. Although on speaking to other guests who stay there regularly they were always allocated what they had asked for. The only different for us was that we had booked through British Airways and it seems that the Hotel has a preference for dealing with it's 'Virgin' guests. Although I have to say that British Airways have been amazing in dealing with our booking and we would choose them again without hesitation. The staff in general are ok , but it is as if they have been told not to engage in any conversation with guests and so at times they come across as if they really can't be bothered with you. This is not a place for young people. There was very little entertainment, and there is not much to do around the hotel (apart from a small mall opposite) but this suited us fine. Read less
This is our third time in the Coyaba and it was as relaxing and enjoyable as before . I read with surprise a damning review by a couple who were there at the same time as us in February and wonder if... Read more it was the same hotel ! The food was delicious and plentiful .Not "fine dining " but high end rustic using many local ingredients , herbs and spices . Just our sort of thing . You could have eggs cooked freshly any way you want for breakfast and there was a good choice of bacon , sausages , tomatoes ,beans ,pancakes ,porridge . etc.etc. The South American wine with lunch and dinner was also good and plentiful . The staff are friendly , smiling and helpful and many have been there a number of years which adds to the cosy atmosphere .There are lots of people who return time and again which speaks volumes about the place . We feel it is really good value . Entertainment 3 times a week , Tai Chi , Yoga and some water sports are included in the price .People tend to chat over drinks in the bar after dinner on the non music nights ...personally I don't want entertaining every evening ! There are many places which cater for those who need diverting all the time . This hotel is a calm and charming place on a beautiful beach in pretty gardens and we look forward to visiting our favourite Caribbean Island and The Coyaba again next year . Read less
Stayed at the Coyaba for five nights as part of the Saga Caribbean Islands Tour. Best location is on the ground floor. This enables sun bathing outside the rooms, easy access to the fine gardens and... Read more good access to the central restaurants. Rooms are well equipped with all essentials and are very comfortable. Easy access to the Grand Anse beach useful for strolling and sun bathing. Small shopping precinct across the road from the hotel Overall a very comfortable hotel in a good location Read less
This Hotel is set in a beautiful garden that joins the Grand Anse Beach which is included in the top ten beaches in the Caribbean. The staff were all helpful,friendly and courteous. The room was... Read more spacious and clean and had two double beds. The food was of a high standard in both of the restaurants and you could choose from either menu whichever restaurant you were in. Breakfast was the usual Caribbean style and may have benefited from a continental style fare. Only minor thing that we would have liked was for the beach bar to be open longer and to have the facility to make cocktails. (Some said this would spoil the gardens, but if done in a style that blended in I don't think this would be a problem). Also a toilet nearer the beach would be good. We would certainly go back to this Hotel, it was a very relaxing holiday and it was never over busy. There were plenty of sun beds in the gardens and on the beach(I don't think they would ever be full so you couldn't get one. Take eastern Caribbean Dollars and don't bother with US Dollars, or take Sterling and change at the bank. The local minibuses that ran St.Georges and back cost 2.5 EC Dollars a fixed price for where ever you went.(About 60p). Local beers in the town were 2 EC Dollars(less than 50p). This is a quality Hotel and there were only a couple of children, most of the guest were over 50 but they knew how to party. Over 70% were repeat guests who came back year after year. Read less