The Island & Resort

The Resort

Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort is set on a gently sloping hillside overlooking Stonehaven Bay on the Caribbean side of Tobago. It is the perfect place to relax, unwind and be pampered at the resort spa.

The resort features 79 rooms with gorgeous views of the ocean or our tropical gardens. For guests seeking an extra touch of luxury, there are 10 deluxe King Garden rooms with a private plunge pool in the garden and 9 one bedroom King suites with a Jacuzzi in the bathroom. All rooms are air-conditioned and feature balconies or patios and flat screen TVs.

The Spa at Le Grand Courlan features 16 treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room, and spa tub. It offers a choice of body therapies and spa treatments including aromatherapy, hot stone and Swedish massages, facials, body wraps, reflexology, hydrotherapy, manicures, and pedicures.

Other facilities include an oversized freshwater swimming pool with a swim-up bar, waterfall and adjacent whirlpool, a state of the art gym, two floodlit tennis courts, games center with pool table, and a choice of relaxation and fitness classes. A range of diving options are offered through the dive shop on the beach.

Views from the Resort

Dine & Shop
King Room
The Gym
Le Grand Courlan at Night
Walkway to Pool
Pool Bar
View from the Pool
View of the Pool

The Island

The smaller of the twin islands, Tobago is located northeast of the main island Trinidad, lying outside the hurricane belt. Only 10 miles wide and 25 miles long, Tobago consists of a hilly spine comprised of mountainous volcanoes, surrounded by naturally preserved bays and pristine beaches.

Tobago’s crystal blue waters are perfect for diving, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, kayaking, standup paddleboarding, wind surfing, kite boarding, and deep sea fishing. For our more inland visitors, there is bird watching, land fishing, turtle watching, off-roading, mountain biking, hiking, and golf. Our tropical climate is the perfect outdoor weather to enjoy all the island has to offer.

Annual rainfall measures between 50-150 inches and keeps the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere thriving while the wildlife continues to grow and diversify.

Tobago is rich with culture and history. From folktales and old superstitions passed down through the generations, to goat racing – the Caribbean equivalent of horse racing, to the music, art galleries, festivals, and more, Tobago’s diverse culture will captivate and entertain you during your entire vacation.

Sites Around Tobago

The Forts

The Forts

Tobago’s forts are just a few of the many remnants of its colonial history. Fort King George, Fort James, Fort Bennet, Fort Milford, and Fort Granby.
The Buccoo Reef

The Buccoo Reef

The largest and most frequently visited of Tobago’s reefs. An arc of five reef flats separated by channels, it boasts a wonderful array of vibrantly coloured aquatic life, including 40 species of coral.
Tobago Rainforest Reserve

Rainforest Reserve

Explore the tropical forests on a hike, come across a secret waterfall, or take it slow and give bird-watching a try.
Speyside Diving

Speyside Diving

Diving draws many visitors to Tobago and Speyside is the island’s diving mecca.
Argyle Falls

Argyle Falls

Tobago’s premier waterfall and a highlight of the Windward coast drive. A 15-minute forest walk brings you to the stunning three-tiered waterfall. Keep an eye out for wildlife!
Scarborough Botanical Gardens

Scarborough Botanical Gardens

An oasis of flora within the capital of Tobago, Scarborough. This quiet and pleasant garden is a welcome reprieve from the bustle of the city. Take a deep breath and smell the flowers.






Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort

Stonehaven Bay, Shirvan Road.

Black Rock, Tobago, W.I.

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