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Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

I can not put it to words what this place is like. You have to go and experience it to believe it. The hotel its self is unimaginable luxury. The food is great. The island is mind blowing from the golf course to the insane scenery you see when driving your own private buggy from beach to beach. Each beach has a restaurant and bar. The resort is very quite and exclusive but they are developing it very quickly and I am sure the next time we go things will be different. Staff were amazing it is a real paradise. We got there from Barbados on a small plane from a local airline. This was really fun however if you have jet or can charter one I think this is a better option. Hopefully the hotel will be getting there own jet and will incorporate this into the price. It is a very expensive resort but worth every penny. I did not get chance to use the spa but it looked amazing. There is loads to do a real millionaires paradise.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 April 2017

I have withdrawal symptoms after having stayed at the Pink Sands Club for over 3 nights. The staff seems very well trained to service a very high-end clientele. The accommodations are really something else. I found myself slack-jawed by the luxury in this resort. The food was always above reproach. For the well-heeled customer, this place may very well feel like a bargain: a trade-off happens at a place like this. I can quiver about the extra marginal dollar spent compared with someplace else, but the way I feel now, I got the better deal.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

Our group of four couples spent a long weekend at the Pink Sands Club. We could not have been happier with our stay. The service was incredible! The resort is amazing! The property is breathtaking. Canouan Island and the Pink Sands Club exceeded our expectations.

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Michael T
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Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

Upon arriving to Canoan with our four young children we were picked up from the airport and driven to the Pink Sands Club where we would settle in for ten nights. Checkin was in our room accompanied by cool refreshing towels and drinks for us and our children. The weather is warm but the staff is warmer. Amel looked after us for the duration of our stay. We stayed in one of the residences with a private pool and had a golf cart to travel around the property. Amel, who looked after us for the duration of our stay, took us on a tour showing us some great views of Canoan and nearby islands as well as the different beach options. The kids we tasked with keeping track of how many turtles they would find each day. Yes, turtles wander around freely all over the island.

In general, the resort appears to be well kept and rather new. The rooms in the main hotel are ultra modern with all the latest technological gadgets. We did not have an opportunity to stay in the beachfront rooms so can't comment too much on those. We did ask for an upgrade to one of those rooms, at least for a few nights, but were denied, despite the resort being practically empty. There is plenty of staff and certainly plenty of capacity at the resort. From what I heard, they were rather busy during December and early January, but during our stay at the end of January, we rarely saw other guests. We have experienced many high quality resorts around the world and this review of the Pink Sands Club is in that perspective. It is marketed and priced as an ultra posh destination. Often referred to as the place where "the Billionaires go to get away from the Millionaires" and is meant to be an even more luxurious destination than Sandy Lane in Barbados. While the Pink Sands Club is certainly a spectacular resort, there are probably some kinks that still need to be worked out to achieve the pinnacle of perfection that they are striving for.

Shell Beach ended up being our favorite. Amor was always at the ready to assist with water sports (kayaking, sailing, paddle boating, Stand-up-paddleboards, snorkeling, etc.) There are some hammocks tied to trees to relax on and enjoy the view. There is a restaurant on the beach where you can enjoy lunch just steps away from the ocean. We enjoyed watching the pelicans dive for fish all day long. Much of the water has seagrass or rocks on the bottom, but there is a corridor that is cleared to make it easier to enter. They also have a floating trampoline which the kids got to enjoy. The sea there is calm and protected and child friendly. Life vests and snorkeling equipment is available for children of all ages. There are some chairs located under the shade of trees and others are shaded by umbrellas, your choice.

L'Ance Guyac beach was also a nice beach, This beach is meant to be a little more exclusive. It is a golf cart drive to the other side of the island and has a restaurant and boutique. Seems like they are shooting for a Nikki Beach type of vibe. In fact, they are trying to be so exclusive that even we we excluded from enjoying that beach. Despite getting direction from the front desk on how to get there with our kids, and despite being absolutely the only guests there, we were told that children were not welcome on the beach or at the restaurant there. This was also surprising considering Mikail even had beach toys available for the kids. It seems that some of the staff was not aware of this policy and some were. Disappointingly, nobody in the resort had the authority to override this rule, again this is despite the beach and restaurant remaining empty otherwise. This is an example of a lack of flexibility to accommodate that can hold the resort back from achieving that pinnacle. In short, we only got to spend one day there.

The main beach and pool area are near each other. The view from the pool overlooks the beach, bay, and the reef. This beach is not as protected as Shell Beach and faces the reef. Non-Motorized water sports are available here to and Hamlet is there to assist. There is a restaurant by the pool for lunch, and a bar that can be accessed from inside the pool. There is seating around the pool, seating one level up from the pool, and seating one level down from the pool (above the beach). The hot tub, which is one level down from the pool, did not seem to be working properly.

The children's club was perhaps one of the best children's club we've experienced on our travels. There is an in-ground trampoline, a park, a swimming pool, a shallower splash pool with water slides, ping-pong table, foosball table, pool table, video games, books, dolls, dress up, etc etc etc. We did get to spend time there with the children and they just couldn't get enough. this is located near the tennis courts which are lit at night (upon request) - this was another activity we got to enjoy at night. We also got to enjoy the golf driving range with a member of the staff inviting our son to play a few holes of the course with him. There are two gyms, one in the main building, and one in the golf center. The one in the golf center could probably use some updating to bring it up to the expected quality for a resort of this caliber.

We took the half-day snorkeling trip out to Tobago Cays and got to snorkel with sea turtles and along a reef. The water is is calm and clear - perfect for snorkeling, especially for the children. There are two people on the boat, and one of them came in the water to help with the kids snorkeling - he actually had my son hang onto his back while he snorkeled so he wouldn't have to worry about swimming. Our boat however had a large hole in the side which was a little disturbing and disappointing given the cost of the half day trip.

Dining in the resort was very accommodative to our special diet. Marcos looked after us throughout our stay while chef Andy and Ricardo created new menus for us each lunch and dinner to accommodate our diet. There are two restaurants available for dinner (L'Ance Guyac was not available to us due to the children restriction) and those alternated during our stay. In other words, there was only one option available on any particular night. This is understandable considering the low occupancy. Both had a live singer for entertainment, Romeo has an open kitchen where you can watch your meal being prepared. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner were all of high quality and satisfactory, But again, to achieve the pinnacle this resort is attempting to achieve, there could be more variety in the menus - although we enjoyed a changing menu, the standard menu is the same each day.

The spa rooms are nice and are right on the ocean allowing the breeze and sounds of the sea into the treatment rooms. The over water rooms were out of service during our stay. Another area for improvement here would be the use of quality sheets rather than towels on the massage table.

By the time we checked out the children were sad to leave all the warm staff we've met during our stay. All in all, while there is always room for improvement, the Pink Sands Club was a worthwhile trip and has even more potential.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
9  Thank ALRHA
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Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

One of the most spectacular hotels in the Caribbean. Suites are large and oceanfront, beautifully appointed and luxurious. The beach is pristine with white sands and turquoise waters. They take time to get to know each guest and the staff is superb. For a small island, amenities are world class. The property has a wonderful spa with overwater palapas, several dining options, and a golf club with breathtaking views! The Pink Sands Club just opened in October and should be a bucket lister! It is outstanding!!

Stayed: December 2016, travelled on business
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