Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion
Coco Or Le Grand Courlan?
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 31 December
Booking a last min. holiday for end of January, just for a week - looking for first class hotel, good gym, relaxing, squash would be a bonus? Any suggestions?
Le Grand Courlan
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 21 January
I am considering Le Grand for a week in late April - has anyone up-to-date experience of visiting the hotel please? Particularly since the problems in November
Getting Married March 04
Jill & Mark
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 12 February
We are wanting to get married in Tobago and hope to book Coco Reef. Our guests were hoping to book Grafton Beach, has this hotel re-opened?
Holiday Report 2 - Hotels 26 Mar 2003
Steve Wooler from Suffolk, England
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 28 January
This is an extract from my main report "Holiday Report 2 - Hotels" posted in the main "General Questions & Comment" accommodation forum:
LE GRAND COURLAN RESORT & SPA
Le Grand Courlan is more up-market and this is reflected in every aspect of the décor and facilities. The hotel undoubtedly has the best spa and gym facilities on the island. These facilities are open to the public – but residents of Le Grand obviously get priority.
We ended our visit with a lovely buffet lunch at Le Grand Courlan, joining two couples who were resident there and whom we had met on the flight out. One couple were returning for a second visit. The other couple were first-timers. All four confirmed their satisfaction with the resort and with the catering in particular. If our lunch was anything to go by, I am sure their views will be shared by many.
Latest News On Le Grand Courlan Required!!
My partner and I have recently booked a fortnight all-inclusive at LGC, flying out at the beginning of May. However, since booking we have read numerous reviews throughout the internet complaining of food poisoning, a poorly maintained complex and sub-standard service.
It's not too late for us to switch to the Hilton, again all-inclusive, but we'd like to get an up to date account before making the final decision.
I'm going out there for my 30th birthday, and would dearly like this to be memorable for all the right reasons.
If anyone has any recent views (this year) of LGC (or the Hilton for that matter) I would be most grateful.
On a completely different matter - both myself and my partner are vegetarian. Is this accomodated for at either of the forementioned hotels?
Neil & Abby