Welcome to Coral Gardens, an intimate and luxurious resort located directly on a secluded stretch of Grace Bay in Princess Alexandria National Marine Park. Grace Bay is internationally renowned and called “the best beach in the world” by many. Our spacious and finely appointed accommodations offer breathtaking views of the island’s famous aquamarine waters, and are just footsteps from the Coral Gardens reef sanctuary, home to the island’s premier snorkeling.


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  • Yasmin Eskandari
    Yasmin Eskandari
    11 months ago

    Loved Coral Gardens Reef and the beach! It was steps away from our accommodations, which was nice. Our two year old snorkeled for the first time and he loved it and he just couldn’t get enough! Lots of fish and in all colors! It’s not very deep, so be sure to have shoes on to not damage the reef and remember to use coral friendly sunscreen. There’s a section that’s protected, stay out or you will be whistled at by the guards to stay out. Try to stay on the NW side of the buoys.

  • Randy Vancouver
    Randy Vancouver
    8 months ago

    You hear much about Coral Gardens for snorkeling, but there were not many fish or things to see when we were there during Spring Break. If you do go, head over early or late to avoid the crowds. Going late has another benefit; namely Somewhere Restaurant with great food, staff and killer sunset..

  • victor schmidt
    victor schmidt
    4 years ago

    It's located just past Somewhere Cafe the reef is inside the buoys. Very simple to figure out. Park on the edges of the round about. Make sure you wear reef safe sun block...

  • Sarah Ouellette
    Sarah Ouellette
    a year ago

    Easy to swim to from the beach. It was very crowded last time we visited but it was still easy to snorkle around the crowd. Lots more fish here than smiths reef even though smiths reef is supposed to be bigger. There were multiple turtle sightings but we missed them. Lots of fish to see and beautiful beaches to relax on afterwards. There are even some spots with shade from the trees to relax.

  • Danilo Palermo
    Danilo Palermo
    a year ago

    Following the tip from our hotel staff, we went there early to avoid the crowds (but not so early… it was already 9-ish). Really cool. We enjoyed almost two hours in the reefs, with very few people around us. It was a magical experience. I’ve been snorkeling for more than 30 years, and doing some scuba, and this place is among the top ones. We saw many different fish, including a puff fish, and also 3 turtles. Totally awesome. By the time we left it was getting crowded, so the advice to get there early stands.

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