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Grafton Beach Resort



Price Range Per Night:

$125 - 200
Beach: No
Pool: No
Golf Course: No
Casino: No
All Inclusive: No
Family Friendly: No
Internet Access: No

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Grafton Beach Resort opened in October 1989 with its main markets being the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, the Caribbean including Trinidad and Tobago.

Since its opening, the resort has won a number of awards as a result of the high quality of services by our trained staff, as well as the genuine hospitality of the staff. Among those awards won was the prestigious Thomson?s Holidays Award for the Best Hotel Worldwide in 1990. In 1992, our then Executive Chef, Mr. Cyril Sammy was recognized as the Caribbean Chef of the Year. The City of New Orleans also honored him as an International Honorary Citizen in 1993 for his contribution to the Culinary Arts.

Part of the success of Grafton is also due to the unspoiled nature of the island. Tobago boasts of rustic fishing villages and tropical rain forests, lush flora and fauna, as well as the world famous Buccoo Reef, an underwater wonder of tropical fish and corals.

Grafton Beach Resort is very active in the local community, taking part in the Annual Goat Races at Easter in the village of Buccoo and we support numerous charitable institutions.

Grafton Beach Resort - Tobago Hotels

Location: Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Hotel Type: Hotel and Resort

Contact Information:
Address: PO Box 25, Black Rock, Tobago, West Indies,

Phone 1: (868) 639-0191/(888) 790-5264
Phone 2:
Toll Free:
Fax: (868) 639-0030

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