Grenada is a wonderful place! Still unspoiled by over development, it is a simple place with very friendly people who know a lot about their history. Laluna is definitely a different kind of resort. Very small and quite private, even though the beaches are considered public here, and the restaurant is open to all. We stayed in early April in a deluxe cottage. the room is spacious and the open air bathroom is great. no foggy mirrors and freezing cold! The lighting could be better though. The staff is very helpful and we found the wait staff to be exceptional. The food was good, not great. There was not enough of the local flavors brought to the menu. The one dish that did this well was the seafood risotto, as it barely resembled typical risotto. It was well spiced and not heavy at all. One noticeable absence was anything using the local chocolate -it's very good..And hopefully Chef will be able to grow some arugula in the garden. Breakfast was pleasant. the french toast is the lightest I've ever had and we love the nutmeg syrup. You must do a hike with Lennox - he is a local treasure. He is a delight to spend time with and knows so much because he wants to. The descriptions of the tours are poor. We were disappointed with the spice market and "local" shopping (a mall meant for the cruiseships), but the fort tour was great. Listra was a wonderful guide. the beach is beautiful and the porch outside the cottage is delightful. cool breezes and a lovely seating area- a nice area to enjoy a drink or read a book. We would definitely try them again.