Coyaba Beach Resort
Coyaba Beach Resort is located on the 2.5-miles stretch of pristine Grand Anse Beach, renowned world over as one of the Caribbean’s best beaches for natural beauty, on the island of Grenada. Coyaba’s excellent ambiance is full of amenities for the classic Caribbean vacation.
80 guest rooms upon two floors are housed in pavilion-style buildings scattered throughout 5.5 acres of lush tropical grounds.
The tropical fashioned accommodations at Coyaba Beach Resort each have one king-size bed or two double-size beds, offers calming earth-tones, striking artwork, a sitting area and average in size 366 square-feet.
Amenities: Satellite TV, In-room Electric Safe, Mini-fridge, Tea & Coffee Refreshment Amenity, Air Conditioning, Ceiling fan, Hair Dryer, Bathroom (tub and overhead shower) Twice-daily maid and nightly turn-down service Private Balconies or Patios, Stunning Ocean Views and Garden and Pool Views
Resort highlights: All-Inclusive Option Resort, Handicap Accessible Rooms. Meeting Facilities. WiFi, Fitness Center, Massage Facility, Parking, Swimming Pool Limited hours In-room dining. Laundry and Valet, Tennis, PADI 5* Dive Center. Body treatments
Dining: Arawakabana: Style: Fine dining in open-air Theme: International and Caribbean The Carbet . Style: Alfresco poolside restaurant - Theme: Grill
3 Bars: Cacique Bar and Lounge - Situated oceanside hosting weekly live entertainment. This main lounge for Coyaba is presented in décor of sea-grass sofas, enhanced by candlelit and fresh flowers. A Swim-up Pool Bar and the quiet Lobby Bar are also on site.
Room Service: You may find your guestroom’s view too delightful to leave! So, sit back, relax and let us bring our meals to you. Whether it's a morning coffee in bed or a nightcap and dessert on the balcony. Menus to select from are breakfast, lunch and dinner (small surcharge).
Diving: Grenada diving vacations during September or October are rewarding for the spectacular coral spawning, don’t miss a plunge under Town Pier, one of the top critter dives in the Caribbean – to see seahorses, frogfish, even turtles.
Scuba Diving in Grenada Caribbean At-A-Glance
Water temperature: 26°C (79°F) in December to 29°C (84°F) in July
Suit: 3mm wetsuit or shortie
Visibility: 10 - 30 metres (30 - 100 feet)
Type of diving: Coral gardens, drifts, walls, wrecks
Marine life: Nurse sharks, reef sharks, dolphins, hawksbill turtles, stingrays, eagle rays, barracuda and gorgonian fans
When to go: Any time of year
Wrecks: Diving in the Caribbean will always be memorable, and Grenada’s main draw is its ten shipwrecks, best in the islands. A must-do for advance divers is the sunken cruise liner Bianca C Wreck, the “Titanic of the Caribbean”, which promises the bizarre experience of a wallow in a swimming pool 130-feet underwater.
Sculptures & Reefs: Every bit as enthralling is the world’s first underwater sculpture park 'Vicissitudes' (Ring of Children), located off Moliniere Bay. Moliniere reef, within the National Marine Park, has been brought alive and transformed by the work of Jason de Caires Taylor. His human form sculptures present fantastic photographic opportunities whilst forming a new home for underwater sea life and give an entirely new perspective to the diver.
The Spice Island of Grenada has unspoiled reef dives at assorted depths, starring nurse sharks, stingrays and gorgeous sponges.