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Laluna Hotel
4.0 of 5 Resort   |   PO Box 1500 | Morne Rouge, St. George's, Grenada   |  
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“Peaceful Grenada”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 27, 2013

This is the place you want to be if you want scenic, peaceful, mindfreeing rest and relaxation. You can go hours or a day without seeing other people and have a view of the ocean and sky and not be able to tell where one begins and the other ends.
The food is wonderful and the staff will meet your every need.
BE FREE - JUST GO!

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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled solo
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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LalunaOwner, Owner at Laluna Hotel, responded to this review, September 19, 2013
Dear Guest,
Well you certainly discovered the secret to Laluna, peace and relaxation.
We have taken great consideration for the layout of the property, for the guests' privacy.
Some may decided to be on their own, or gather together to make new like minded friends.
The choice is up to the guest.
Laluna provides the scene, and a great vibe to make such a great vacation, a reality.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 20, 2013

Just do it. We did. That was almost a year ago and only now am I finally getting to writing a much-deserved, glowing review of LaLuna. This review comes now—as my wife and I are nearing our first anniversary—perhaps because we're reminiscing on our time spent in Grenada and pining like crazy to go back and experience it all again.

We spent a good long time researching where to go after we got hitched and with the entire world as a possibility it seemed overwhelming. Once we found LaLuna, and saw how perfectly this place fit our aspirations, the decision seemed to be made. (Their beautiful site, and glowing reviews on here certainly boosted our confidence.)

We knew we wanted a boutique experience, somewhere new and interesting, a beautiful beach, privacy and the option for exploration. LaLuna offers all that and more. The second we came down the hill through the beautiful landscaping dotted with stone and wood statues, we knew we were in for it. What followed was 7 days of pure enjoyment, the likes of which we've never experienced before or since.

The room itself was perfect. Our own private bungalow up on the hill with a beautiful view of the ocean and beach before us. We spent every night, groggy with rum and DELICIOUS food, relaxing on the porch, watching the stars. (The dive pool came in handy to kick the relaxation up a notch when necessary.)

The food, as I mentioned, is among the best I've ever had. Every night, the items on the menu vied for our attention as the nightly specials distracted us with their awesome Italian-Carribbean flavors. We did manage to try most everything on the menu between us, as well as the local specialty "Oil Down" which we requested and enjoyed at our private, flower-petal-strewn, candlelight dinner on the beach in our final night.

The beach itself was exactly what I'd envisioned when I said "as much as I like traveling honey, for our 'moon all I need is a cold drink and an awesome beach." It was amazing, private, relaxing and beautiful. (Take a kayak ride around the rocks and check out the neighboring beaches as well.)

Wow, I'm still writing and I haven't mentioned two of the best parts: the yoga/massage pavillion and LENNOX, the tour guide, driver, wizard and living embodiment of joyous humanity. The former was unbelievably beautiful and relaxing but Lennox made the decision to honeymoon in Grenada (at the height of hurricane season no less) worth it all by himself. (We almost giggled when first reading of his "Spiritual Jungle Hike" included in the package, but I will say this: if you don't do it—or worse still, don't enjoy it—I feel sorry for you.) Hiking with him and later taking his guided tour of St. Georges was our favorite among many favorites. (If you're interested in learning about Grenada's local, modern history—which involves very compelling political and hurricane-related drama—he's lived through it and is willing to share.)

Overall, if you're the type of people who aren't looking to spend most of your Carribbean vacation in the air conditioning but love gourmet food, stylish decor* and a compelling sense of easy, casual elegance, GO TO LALUNA FOR YOUR HONEYMOON.

*I remember reading that the same designer did a place for Sting—he probably calls it a "cháteau" or something—not sure if that's a plus or minus but we found it funny.

In closing, sorry for all the em-dashes, parentheses and rambling, but this place will do that to you... even a year later. Can't wait to get back.

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  • Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed May 23, 2013

This is a hard review to write. I guess it all depends on expectations. We did a trip over Barbados, Grenada and St. Lucia and choose premium hotels. Whereas the hotels op Barbados and St. Lucia were more than expected, Laluna was less.

First of all, the location of Laluna is superb. It is not on Morne Rouge Bay, but just beyond which makes it secluded and private. Small note, the beaches are public on Grenada, so the beach is not private. We had the beach property which meant that within 20 steps we were in the ocean.

Everything else was below par. That Laluna is secluded is also a down side. It is hard to get away especially since the road to Laluna is all butched up. It takes over 10 minutes to get of that road and on to a decent one. Saying that St. George or the Airport is only 15min away is simply incorrect. In addition, the rooms need an upgrade. There is no argueing about style, but the rooms were dark (only via entrancedoors does sunlight come in). There was a weird smell coming from the "walk-in closet". The rooms were clean, although the bathroom was cleanish (not dirty, but not clean either). There was also a small bug problem. At first the ants were in the bathroom only, but later there was a large number of ants on the bed. The first time we mentioned this, Laluna took care of this, the second time we got a can of bugspray, so that we could do it our selves!! For over 500 USD per night, this is not what was expected.

The staff is friendly, but that's it. You don't get a premium service in which they show interest or help with issues. Unless you pay them. We had to call a tour operator over some small issue, but you cannot call from your room (mobile is a bit expensive if your on a european plan). At the front desk they told us that if we wanted to call that is possible, but they would have to charge us for it! At the other hotels we stayed the staff made the call for us, they just asked what we wanted and they took care of it. Not at Laluna.

The restaurant is also vastly overpriced. Go next door to the beach house (just walk 100m over the beach), the food is way better, the staff is more friendly and the price is the same. Just some examples, The beachhouse was filled with people, whereas Laluna is empty. Even the locals don't go there any more (we some to some). When we did ate a Laluna my wife asked for a salad as a main, the base price was 32 ECD, but somehow it changed into 70ECD when it becomes a main instead of a starter. My wife frequently orders salads as main (something with diets and stuff), and sometimes they add 50% to the price, but never doubling it!! (where the last 8 ECD come from I don't even know). Breakfast was also overpriced, when I pay 40 USD (2 persons) for a breakfast I expect more then some pieces of fruit and a glass of yoghurt.

Overall it is sad to say, but Laluna is loosing it touch and is being outperformed but others who offer more quality for lower prices. I truelly hope that Laluna can turn its game around, because a location that beautiful deserves better.

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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 2 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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LalunaOwner, Owner at Laluna Hotel, responded to this review, May 31, 2013
Dear Guest,
Thank you for taking the time to give us some feedback regarding your recent experience at Laluna. I apologize that your recent stay did not exceed your expectations. We reviewed all your suggestions for our maintenance department. The road is a off the beaten track, and hence the local taxi’s drive slowly, but it takes 10 to 15 minutes to drive to the airport even if you drive slow.
The raw polished concrete look of the floors ( a theme throughout the hotel) may have given the impression that the bathrooms were not clean.
Your request to call your tour operator overseas, is a cost to the guest, contacting your local ground tour operator in Grenada is free of charge.
The salad you ordered included grilled chicken breast, which was at the regular dinner menu price, I am sorry that you felt that you were overcharged, but it wasn't the case
We are working diligently each day to upkeep our property, and guest service, and hence your feedback is important to us.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 21, 2013

My husband, Jeff, and I have been to Grenada multiple times and have stayed exclusively at LaLuna for the past years.I can't say enough nice things about the facilities, the staff, or the location. It's VERY low key--which we like--and completely relaxing. We take the midnight flight from JFK to get in an extra day, arrive at laLuna, and, if the room isn't ready, eat breakfast and lie out by the pool for a nap. The staff remembers us when we get there and asks about our daughter who has come two or three times with us. The chef comes over to recommend dishes, and when we've eaten there several nights in a row, he has come over to ask if we'd like something not on the menu--and makes it for us. It's small enough that the staff remembers what you like and makes sure you have it. We like to be up on the hill for the view, although it usually takes me a couple of days to get in good enough shape not to have to make a few stops walking back up. They toiletries in the bathrooms are wonderful Italian products, but the best thing about the bathroom is that it's partially open to the outside so that you have a wonderful view while showering and you may have a friendly lizard come in. I noticed in March that the steps had been repainted, there were new towels and "our" room had had minor repairs. The worst thing that's happened to us there was a problem with not enough hot water during prime-time for showers, but we have stayed in the same room for the last 5-6 years and the water was perfect on our last trip (March 2013)!
The rooms are wonderful--really big and a nice combination of low-key and luxurious. I love the colors (vivid Caribbean colors, each room a different color).
There are usually couples from different countries there, with ages from mid-twenty honeymooners to couples in their 70's. (We're toward the 59-60 side). Our daughter and her boyfriend are early 20's and LOVE the place. We like privacy (like to sit out and read, wander around taking photos, etc) and never feel crowded or rushed, although on some cruise ship days, there may be an extra 10-15 people on the beach.. There's no loud music, you can snorkel right there, and there are no children. Some women wear nice dresses at dinner (cruisewear) but I usually wear casual pants and feel fine.
Yes--it's a way from town and the road is unpaved toward the end, but to us, these add to the sense of being away. There's another restaurant within walking distance (a 5-minute walk at night) and others within a 15 minute drive.
If I can help with specific questions, ask!

And if you need a guide to the island (and you should definitely take a trip to the nutmeg processing station, the rum distillery, the rain forest, a waterfall or two, and more), contact Mandoo. He's retired from the British Merchant Marines and has come back to Grenada to guide and to work on conservation and ecology. He's a wonderful source of knowledge about local flora and fauna and is a truly kind person.

Claire

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  • Stayed March 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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LalunaOwner, Owner at Laluna Hotel, responded to this review, May 22, 2013
Dear guest,
Thank you so much for your indepth review on Laluna, and also great suggestions for what to see and experience on the island of Grenada itself. We are truly delighted you have chosen Laluna for your repeat vacations, and we continue to look forward to having you stay with us again.
ciao
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 16, 2013

We stayed at Laluna in April which seemed a good time of the year to visit Grenada. The prices tend to fall a little and the weather is still lovely. We chose Lalune because we like small quiet hotels. It has only 16 rooms so much of the time you seem to have the resort to yourself. The rooms are spread up the hillside and you get valuable exercise up and down the steps. Our room was a semi-detached villa about half way up the resort and had a fantastic view. It was also very spacious with a large terrace which was lovely to lounge on in the evening. The big four poster bed was very comfortable and had pure linen sheets which seemed a bit rough to the touch at first but were fine for us. Don’t expect a marble bathroom – Laluna is not like that. The rooms could be called simple but are so spacious that you have a settee for lounging inside and another outside.
The restaurant operates to a relaxed schedule. Breakfast can be ordered up until early afternoon and overlaps with lunch which can be taken until mid-afternoon. The restaurant staff just have a break between 5-7 before the dinner service. Breakfast is a-la-carte which makes sense for so few guests. There is a great range of options or just ask for what you would like. Other meals are basically Italian which we loved. There is lots of fresh seafood and do not miss the Seafood Risotto – its world class. We booked half-board which allowed us to choose anything we wanted at breakfast and dinner and which seemed good value compared with the a-la-carte prices.
Laluna is slightly remote from other beaches and restaurants. A taxi will set you back 25US$ each way. The only restaurant within walking distance is the Beach House about 200m away. Thats good to try for a change from Italian food.
The staff at Laluna are terrific. You will be well looked after and don’t miss happy hour and a Laluna Mist cocktail while the sun goes down.
Downsides? Snorkelling at the resort is not very good but is amazing elsewhere. Spa has little or no "spa ambience"....
If you are looking for a quiet, romantic hotel that is nothing like the big “all-inclusives” that seem to be all over the Caribbean – try Laluna.
Oh, and by the way Grenada is a lovely place. Friendly people and amazing plants and wild life. Take the rain forest trek with Lennox to the waterfalls – its really good. Turtles laid eggs on the Laluna beach while we were there and during breakfast an Osprey flew by with a fish in its claws....oh, and the humming birds….you get the idea…

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  • Stayed April 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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LalunaOwner, Owner at Laluna Hotel, responded to this review, May 22, 2013
Dear guest,
Thank you for taking the time to review your great experience of Laluna and Grenada.
We are happy that you managed to get off property and see what the island has to offer.
Our concierge service is always available to assist you with your ideal holiday while at Laluna.
The Asian Spa is not your contemporary resort spa, and in keeping with the Balinese theme of the hotel, it is reflected in the open style, and natural surroundings, right down to the Balinese messeurs themselves. We look forward to having you stay with us in the near future.
ciao
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 8, 2013

My husband and I stayed at LaLuna for about 5 days in mid-April 2013. It was one of the best vacations we have ever had. Grenada itself is a warm inviting, friendly place, yet not too overcrowded or overpopulated with massive tourist attractions and huge hotel chains. This is one of the reasons we came to the island, we wanted relaxation and peace, not chaos and crowds. If you're looking for raucous partying, and late nights, this is not the place for you. If you want luxury, seclusion, and pampering, with excellent dining in an amazingly natural outdoor habitat, then come here.

Facilities: We stayed in Room #11, which was a little bit of a hike up several flights of stairs, but well worth it when you get to see the sunrise and set reflecting on the beautiful ocean, from your bedroom each morning/evening. Truly magical! (If you have any issues with stairs, just ask to be placed in a lower suite. This wasn't an issue for us, we're young and in good shape!). The premises were clean, immaculately kept and beautiful. They have an organic garden and you can smell the basil when you walk by...yum! The spa facilities (we had two massages) were also awesome. Also, in the suite/cottage, the showers/bathroom/plunge pool are in a covered, but outdoor pavilion attached to your cottage, so you can get in/out without trekking sand and water into your rooms. At first, it seems odd, but its actually quite smart and also that lends to the romance of the entire place,...again if you're looking for romance and seclusion, this is your ticket to that!
Amenities: There's a treadmill, weights, etc. in a workout room off the side entrance, but you are in nature, so why not just exercise there. There's daily exercise classes (we did Yoga and Pilates with Leslie--she was great!)...on the beachfront yoga pavilion...and I don't know if doing it indoors will ever be the same for me again, after having the beach as my focal point! We went kayaking twice, over to two secluded beaches (maison rouge and the grand etang, as well as magazine beach). That was awesome as well!

Food: The food was part of our package so breakfast and dinner were included..and I cannot agree with the reviewers who complained about the food and service. There was not one meal that wasn't exceptionally delicious from the chickpea and gazpacho soup, to the octopus salad, to the unbelievably fresh fish of the days (we tried barracuda, mahimahi, red snapper, king fish and others), and the pasta (you must try the Pappardelle LaLuna--it is magical!). Honestly, we loved it and we're both foodies who lived in NYC for many years, so we're picky! The service was wonderful also, and everyone who served us was on the ball. The bartenders are also awesome. We had two gentlemen and they were the best--and also very friendly. If you want to leave at night there's a restaurant right next store on the same beach that some people tried, but we didn't feel the need, since we were happy with the food at LaLuna. We did eat out in St. George's at BB's on the waterfront in the harbor and that was unbelievably awesome also. (will be reviewing it separately...all I have to say about that is you must try the sweet potato pudding...delish!)

Surroundings: We took a tour of the island, went into St. George's (the town and spice market), and also took a tour with Lennox at the waterfalls...all pretty awesome. I would highly recommend going to Grand Etang falls....there's amazing things in there to see, nutmeg trees, cinnamon growing right in front of you along with bananas and papaya and mangoes. The natural resources and their preservation are a testament to how un-touristy this place is...nothing has damaged it yet, and I hope it remains that way for a long time!

Overall, I would highly recommend this as a place to reconnect with your spouse, as we certainly did. I would also come back again, and we travel a lot and don't typically say we will return to a place, but we would return here for sure.

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  • Stayed April 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 22, 2013

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.

  • Stayed April 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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LalunaOwner, Owner at Laluna Hotel, responded to this review, May 22, 2013
Dear guest,
Thank you for your review of Laluna and your stay with us.
A tour with Lennox is a great part of the Grenadian experience that we are happy to organize for our guests.
Chef does use local ingredients infused with Italian cooking for our dishes. To have a truly local dining experience, our concierge service is more than happy to recommend many of our our local restaurants that specialize in authentic Grenadian cooking.
We hope to have you stay with us again.
ciao
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Address: PO Box 1500 | Morne Rouge, St. George's, Grenada
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Location: Caribbean > Grenada > Saint George Parish > St. George's
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#3 Romantic Hotel in St. George's
#4 Top resorts Hotel in St. George's
#6 Spa Hotel in St. George's
#6 Luxury Hotel in St. George's
#6 On the Beach Hotel in St. George's
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:4 star — Laluna Hotel 4*
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