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Reviewed 17 November 2019

Excellent small resort on an magnificent beach. Rooms were very nice, good mattresses, well air-conditioned if that is your thing and we'll maintained, the food at the on site restaurant was quite tasty, freshly prepared - especially the morning omlettes, and all their bread which they appear to bake fresh daily, also good are the chicken sandwiches and the mash potatoes, mainly solid Caribbean food (if you want some variety there is another restaurant in the resort next door too that is also good). The staff is very helpful and nice, if a bit slow, Caribbean style. Of course of this fluff would be for nothing of not for the beach which his place is right on the best beach in grenada a small cove with beautiful calm water narry a hint of seaweed and almost still water for a practically unlimited area right out side your verendya exit from your room, nice sand and very few people (other than the times that a cruise ship docks at Grenada and this can be looked up and other things planned for that day as they do rent out chairs to those people, though it is still not so bad) . Overall a very pleasant and relaxing stay, very refreshing

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
4  Thank Alex B
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Reviewed 27 October 2019

Stayed at this hotel with my family for 1 week. We had a wonderful time, especially as the hotel is right on BBC beach. Compared to staying at hotels alongside Grand Anse Beach, this hotel offers you a smaller, but quieter and just as beautiful beach.

We had two rooms which featured all essential amenities including a fridge and kettle. The beds are huge and 4-poster, so you can hang your mosquito nets from them. Our rooms were on the first floor so we had amazing sea views.

The resort also offers a swimming pool with a swim-up bar, you can use kayaks & snorkelling equipment and you get pool towels every day. There is a hotel restaurant which is reasonably priced, but there is also a café along BBC beach. The hotel also grants you free access to the Fantasia night club on site, where there are events on Wednesdays (Old School Reggae) and Fridays (Modern music).

The staff were very professional and friendly. Although the resort is not big, the staff make you feel at home. Special thanks to the receptionist Ramon who helped accommodate our every need, Jamal the bartender who makes the best cocktails and Prince the amazing DJ.

While the hotel is secluded and you honestly feel like you are in paradise, it’s a long walk uphill to get anywhere else (and it’s not on a bus route). So if you do need to get anywhere (St Georges, etc), you need to either walk to the nearest bus stop at the shopping mall (~20 minute walk), or get a taxi. Nevertheless, it’s only a 10 minute walk to the renowned Grand Anse beach which features various hotels and bars. So this is why the hotel did not get my 5-star rating, but if location/walking is not a problem for you, then it is 5-star and I would definitely come back again!

Room tip: Choose a high floor room for better sea views
Date of stay: October 2019
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3  Thank amyannaarmy
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Reviewed 10 August 2019

The hotel is a long hot walk up and down a hill to the main road where you can get public transportation. It's on the beach and is fairly quiet because there is not much around other than other hotels and condos. The hotel is old and the room we stayed in was decorated in a 1970s style. The king bed was more like a queen bed and if you like a firm bed you will like it. The dampness in the room made the drawers and doors stick. There is no elevator, so be prepared to take your suitcase up 2 or 3 floors. There were ants in the electric pot that heated water for coffee or tea. The advertised cable tv only had a few channels. Only 1 key per room was given out. On the positive side, the view from the room was very nice and the staff were friendly and helpful. LaPlywood nearby is a great place for a delicious inexpensive meal.

Date of stay: March 2019
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2  Thank Pamela T
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Reviewed 2 August 2019 via mobile

We travelled with our twin boys. We had a lovely time, the pool was very quiet and our sons had a great time.
We had lunch here several days and found this very tasty and good value. Staff very friendly. Would visit again, love Grenada.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank R6726TUcatherines
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Reviewed 12 June 2019

We stayed just before the start of the rainy season and enjoyed a week of sunshine with the odd shower and high temperatures. The hotel is small (6 out of the 30 rooms were occupied.) Lovely , well maintained pool but lacked atmosphere Gorgeous almost deserted beach (apart from weekend) There are tethered inflatable slides andtrampolines for children (local charge).We found 4 large starfish in shallow , clear, calm waters. The sunloungers were of the old style plastic strap variety but personally I found them quite comfortable. A few beach hawkers around but they didn’t cause a problem
Beds were comfortable., air conditioning efficient and quiet. Ants on the patio from the garden were vicious and caused more aggro than any other biting insect! Overall we ate quite well but often had to wait a long time for the food to arrive. . Apparently guests don’t often ask for salt and pepper , so most of the pots were empty or without stoppers. My husband rated the sausages highly .There were no tours on offer so we hired a taxi for the morning - expensive at $30US per hour. There are no straight roads so it takes a long time to get anywhere. Beautiful mountainous scenery and dramatic waterfalls. I would recommend a visit to Laura’s herb and spice garden - a guide will let you taste all sorts of things, very interesting. Airport not too bad for duty free shopping, although if you want to buy cigarettes, get them from a duty free shop in St George’s where they are half the price again.

Date of stay: May 2019
2  Thank Karen T
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