See why so many travellers make Grafton Beach Resort their all-inclusive resort of choice when visiting Black Rock. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the all-inclusive resort rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Grafton Beach Resort. In addition, Grafton Beach Resort offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Black Rock trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Waves. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as The Fish Pot or Waves.
During your visit, be sure to check out Fort Bennett (0.5 km), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the all-inclusive resort.
At Grafton Beach Resort, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Black Rock.
I personally don't like to get involved in these types of situations but walking around this place and looking at the faces on some of these employees got to me - I just had to find out what was the reason behind their broken demeanor - Apparently the owners of this hotel are trying to victimize their employees into leaving by offering everyone the bare minumum wage resulting is pay cuts across the board where the staff is concerned - Management is making the working conditions purposely unbearable - They've take away access to the staff restrooms - and whenever a staff members needs to go to the bathroom - they must access a key from management - They Usually Provide meals - but now the staff are required to bring their own dishes for a meal as the hotel no longer want to bare the cost of providing plates and cutlery for the staff meals - The Restaurant Staff has been seen scrubbing the halls with their sleeves and pants rolled up after they've arrived already dressed to serve their guests in the restaurant - They haven't received Service Charge in over a Year - or even Received their Visa Tips Left by the Guests - as The Hotel Withholds/Steals This from Their Employees - Feeling as though they have no Voice - They Spoke to someone who advised them to make a report to the police station - however when some went to the police station they were unable to file a report because they would have had to leave their name - and were in fear of losing their jobs - …
Hotel in a good position, staff very friendly and most helpful - if you had a problem they acted quickly to fix it. Rooms large and comfortable with direct view over the bay. An “ all inclusive” hotel which was very convenient. A good, varied menu which changed regularly, service excellent. Rooms cleaned each day. Reception staff very efficient and helpful - no charges for printing Boarding Passes or other tasks. We travelled around the island, staff organised a taxi which was clean, modern and always friendly / knowledgeable drivers. We opted for the all inclusive offer - all meals and drinks included. Finally, we had the misfortune to go into hospital whilst on holiday ! Tricky situation which the Genetal Manager, Rene and his assistant ( Louis ) called doctors, got an ambulance and managed the whole thing very efficiently - and in a calm and effective manner. JMA…
We stayed at this hotel for two weeks. We had a well equipped comfortable en-suite room with air-con and balcony overlooking the sea. Views from all parts of the hotel were stunning - a real wow. The food provided was very good. On the whole the staff were welcoming and keen to please, some particulay so. There is a spa and well equipped, although slightly tired gym. The pool with swim-up bar was a great facility with accessible sun beds. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would love to return.
Just spent a week at the Grafton Beach Resort in Tobago. This is a good and reputable 3 * resort with many good things happening. The resort itself is old and needs some updates. The staff, for the most part, are friendly and willingly to stop and talk with you and give information about the island and the area. The unfriendly staff appears to be the women in the dining room. Hardly a smile and hardly a speed above slow. Special mention has to go to the maître ‘d for the breakfast and lunch servings. Lionel aka Junior has the personality that just lends itself to customer service. . Rene, the Operations Manager, was always around and never hesitated to stop and talk with clients. He made all the arrangements for us to have a special dinner on our last night. (Not included in the all inclusive). The resulting lobster thermidor was terrific and delicious. The chef even came to our table to make sure we were satisfied. The biggest drawback, the beach. The beach is beautiful, but like all beaches in Tobago, they are public. This resort (as do many others) do not put lounges or umbrellas on the beach. Therefore, there is no place to stay on the beach and enjoy time spent there. The other drawback for the beach is getting to it. If you can’t handle stairs do not go here. 76 stairs from the lobby to the beach. Mind you, the stairs come into play wherever you go around the resort. The resort was built on the side of a hill, so therefore, stairs are required. …
hotel getting tired with poor maintenance. The management destroyed 12 swallows nests containing young from the eves of the dining area which were not causing any problems and were a delight to watch. Some of the staff were very good and helpful while others were indifferent