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Thinking about Grenada but on a budget. We were wondering if this resort is acceptable? We want to relax on the beach, snorkel, sightsee, and snorkel. Anyone been there?
Thanks!!

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    We've been there, almost two years ago. The water is a beautiful aqua and very, very warm. You can snorkle right from the beach and the all inclusive plan includes the snorkle gear. There are two beaches separated by a huge rock jutting out into the ocean. The staff are very friendly and it is only a 3 minute drive from the airport, but we never heard planes. The rooms are adequate, clean and comfortable. The food is good, but if you don't want to buffet it I would not recommend this resort. They do have a section of the buffett restaurant walled off and two nights a week you can dine a la carte in there. You are only covered, under the all inclusive plan, in this restaurant for a certain amount and if you spend over it will be charged to your room. Though the alcohol is still included. Lunch is a grill (buffet) again everyday and the menu did not vary too much from day to day. The entertainment was wonderful with steel bands and limbo dancers. The grounds are beautiful and well kept. If you need anymore info feel free to e-mail me.
    Jennifer

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