Agents' Choice 2019

Things Are Cooking At Coconut Bay

Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa continuous improvements with new dining options following September upgrades to the resort’s à la carte restaurants.

New packages for Canadians bring more added value to a winter getaway ideal for the whole family at Splash as well as couples in the resort’s adults-only Harmony wing. New menus are fiybd at the resort’s four à la carte specialty restaurants where guests enjoy unlimited dining.

A new tandoori clay oven at Silk brings bubbled naan and skewers of meat or seafood to the table. A Latin twist comes to the contemporary Caribbean menu at Calabash with a tenderloin topped with garden fresh chimichurri, shrimp coated in just-shaved coconut and raisin chutney complements the spice of jerk chicken fritters.

Veranda, the new adults-only restaurant, couples the romance of al fresco dining with grown-up flavors beginning with the signature dish of fresh marlin smoked with pimento seeds and hickory wood, the classic Caesar salad is transformed with roasted pineapple chunks and a papaya dressing while fresh greenhouse rosemary and tender grilled lamb chops are the perfect marriage.

Outdoor Seaside encourages sharing with plates of spaghetti and meatballs, sausage and peppers, bruchetta, antipasto, and balsamic drizzled lamb. Children have the choice of ordering from Lil’ Menus at Seaside and Silk. They also receive crayons to color and play games printed on their special menus. Coconut Walk, the resort’s main restaurant serving local, American and international cuisine at breakfast, lunch and dinner, will see its independent cooking stations expand with the addition of a pizza oven.

The Jerk Treehouse Restaurant’s newly expanded kitchen is perched in a large seagrape tree. All restaurants serve meals for guests with dietary preferences, including gluten free, vegetarian, sugar free and dairy free.

At the resort’s seven bars, bartenders serve top-shelf liquor but now ask guests to go without plastic straws. As part of its commitment to sea turtle conservation the resort is expanding its “Skip The Straw, Save A Turtle” and plastic straws will no longer be used, reducing pollution and keeping the nesting turtles and hatchlings safe.

With resort savings of up to 65% for a winter beach getaway from Canada, Premium All-Inclusive packages including airfare start at $1,579.00 per person for a seven-night stay for bookings through Nov. 30.

There are no resort fees at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa and rates include all government taxes, gratuities and airport transfers from Hewanorra International Airport. Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa’ amenities and facilities include in-room Wi-Fi, unlimited à la carte and buffet dining, five pools (two adults only); supervised Kidz Klub, a mile-long beach; an oceanfront spa; the island?s largest waterpark; daily activities; nightly entertainment; Caribbean rum tastings; chocolate buffets; adults-only breakfasts, watersports, in-season turtle watching and more.

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