QuestionsAccommodation-HotelsLe Peninsula Bay Resort
Anonymous asked 4 months ago
Hi! I'm thinking going to "Le Peninsula Bay Resort". We are a family of 2 adults and 2 children (6 and 8 years old). How is the beach?? It looks like there are lots of rocks and hard to access... I really wanted to go to the beach with the boys... what about the weather? I've read that this area is very windy and that after 3pm it's no longer possible to go to the beach. and yet? We are going at the end of March. thanks

Dennis Watt answered 4 months ago

Lots of volcanic rocks but gives many rock pools and easy to see stunning marine life. Trade winds from East..

Jill Holloway answered 4 months ago

Have you read the recent reviews on Google maps?

Anusha Maharajh answered 4 months ago

We were there last week. It was one of the best beaches to swim in… there are rocking parts but get water shoes, and you will be fine (it’s just in the beginning) we did the All Inclusive option. Breakfast was the same menu everyday but it did have variety, so you could chose to have a different meal every day. Lunch and supper was themed everyday and really enjoyable. They also served a afternoon snack. The pool was amazing, has gym facilities. Snorkelling gear provided. Can Paddle Boat or Kayak. Snorkelling on the beach was very good, saw alot of reef fish. You can also book a boat excursion and go Snorkelling in Blue Bay, free as its part of package (that’s were all the boat trips for the South take you to snorkel)… every evening the resort had a different entertainment line up as well. Also had a good selection of Cocktails/ Mocktails

Jai Raj answered 4 months ago

If it’s of such concern to you then why not consider the dozens of other hotels around the island with sandy beaches and less windy conditions?

Sissi Ramos answered 4 months ago

Anusha Maharajh how os the food for the Kids?

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