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  • Grill gazebo boasts shelves for storage
  • Brown finish pairs with modern and classic patio decors
  • Hard top provides shelter from the elements
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Product Details

Create a mini outdoor kitchen with this Hampton Bay Hollybrook grill gazebo. A brown finish and detailed accents create a sleek, modern look for your backyard, and the durable steel construction stands up to the elements. This gazebo has multiple shelves and counters, providing ample space for all your grilling essentials. The sloped hardtop roof provides shelter from the sun and rain so you can keep cooking for guests. With generous dimensions, this Hampton Bay Hollybrook grill gazebo offers ample space to accommodate your gas or electric grill.
  • Gazebo boasts a metal frame for added strength
  • Hardtop roof features a sloped design
  • Shelves accommodate ingredients, condiments and dinnerware
  • Grill gazebo measures 98.03 in. H x 100 in. W x 73.65 in. D
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 98 in, W 73.2 in, D 101.2 in

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)8Approximate Height (ft.)8
Approximate Width (ft.)6Assembled Depth (in.)101.2 in
Assembled Height (in.)98 inAssembled Width (in.)73.2 in
Canopy Depth (in.)73 inCanopy Width (in.)100 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)51.24 ft²Height From Ground to Underside of Canopy Edge (in.)78 in
Outside Post Spacing Depth (in.)57 inOutside Post Spacing Width (in.)82 in
Overall Height from ground to top of canopy/Overall Dimensions in Height (in.)98 inWidth (ft) x Depth (ft)6x8

Details

Canopy StyleSlopedColor FamilyBrown
Commercial/ResidentialResidentialFeaturesHardtop
Floor OptionsWithout FloorFrame MaterialMetal
Gazebo TypeGrillIncludedAssembly Instructions
Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)2Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for AssemblyElectric drill and ladder
Maximum Roof Load200Maximum Wind Resistance120
Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble2Outdoor Living Product TypeGazebo
Product Weight (lb.)286.6 lbReturnable90-Day
Roof Color FamilyBrownShapeRectangle

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty3 y Limited
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Questions & Answers

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Q:What is the depth of the lower shelving sections?
by|Jul 20, 2022
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A:  Please email our customer service team for these dimensions, Customerservice@coronadocasuals.com.

by|Aug 29, 2022
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    Q:Does this require anchoring to the ground?
    by|Jun 8, 2022
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    A:  We sat ours on a paver and omitted the anchors. The gazebo once built seems to be very sturdy.

    by|Jun 15, 2022

    A:  This gazebo does have stakes for it to be staked into the ground.

    by|Jun 9, 2022
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      Q:what is the total overall width including the shelves?
      by|Jun 8, 2022
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      A:  The assembled dimensions for the gazebo are 101.2"x73.2"x98".

      by|Jun 9, 2022
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        Q:can this gazebo withstand strong winds
        by|May 30, 2022
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        A:  We do not have the specifics for this, as it is not a required test during the manufacturing period. It can withstand wind, we just do not have the specifics.

        by|Jun 13, 2022
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          Customer Reviews

          4.2 out of 5
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          Product is nice but instructions are bad!
          I'll start off by saying that I never leave reviews but since this product didn't have many reviews when I purchased Spring 22, I did appreciate the folks that provided reviews with pics. I put this together for my husband for Father's Day by myself, which did take longer than if you had 2-3 people. I did have my teenage son help me with the shelves at the bottom and some parts of the roof where you do need 2 people (if you do not have appropriate tools to hold pieces in place.) I did have to phone the company since the 4 columns threw us for a loop and the bar shelves weren't aligning with the holes. I asked if they went in a specific order, they said no... but I did find out they do. Expect this as your installing. I recommend re-reading since0 the instructions are not helpful.
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            No Instructions with Gazebo or avaialble online
            So extremely frustrated that the gazebo arrived without instructions. Not only that, but when I looked up the instructions online they included the very unhelpful statement: DETAILED ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TO COME So I called customer support and they emailed me the instructions with the same unhelpful statement: DETAILED ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TO COME I will update the review if it gets any better than this, but so far I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND this gazebo nor Coronado Casuals to anyone.
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            Response from CoronadoCasualsJun 6, 2022
            We are sorry to hear about this. We can send you the instructions since they were not included with your set. If you have emailed us, we will respond with those. CoronadoCasuals2018
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              Happy Camper
              Very pleased with the product and quality
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              • Recommended
              Good size
              The Hampton Bay Hollybrook Steel Brown Hard Top Grill Gazebo give nice coverage in my patio bbq spot. The height is fair and we get a lot of air flow. The brown/tan color fits well in my patio and blends well with the patio furniture we have. The size of 6 ft. x 8 ft. fits in a nice spot of our patio. Instructions were easy to follow but lacking in explanations and detail. We had to perform some of the roof installments differently. The roof braces did not fit well and we had to do a lot of maneuvering and wedging to get everything snug. The screws provided seemed too short and we question if the roof will hold some heavier winds. In our case we used our own longer screws just in case. Once everything was put together the patio is functional and the shelving is convenient.
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              Response from CoronadoCasualsMay 5, 2022
              Thanks for sharing all these details regarding the assembly of your gazebo. We hope that you enjoy it! CoronadoCasuals2018
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              Nice design in ways but difficult to assemble
              We purchased a 10x10 Gazebo we assembled last year from HD similar in design to this. it was much easier to assemble. The cast pieces of this unit offer Very little flexibility on assembly and the instructions were very poor compared to the Gazebo. We did complete within 10 hours with many breaks for my wife and myself of near 60 years of age. Nice but could be better!
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                Hampton Bay Gazebo is Solid with so Many Extra Appealing Features~Love It!
                The weight of 332 pounds alone will give you an ideal how strong the structure is. Be sure to be home for delivery. The two men that unloaded were kind enough to place in garage and repeatedly stated "This is So Heavy" I hired someone to assemble, one thought he could do alone but realised he could not even budge the tight, nicely wrapped packaging, took 2 men 7 hours non-stop. Instructions are very clear, all bolts, tools required, each and every pre-assembly package content is labeled. Their only feedback was the framing on the center raised vented roof was a bit of a struggle. I cannot express enough there are allot of bolts and parts which in the end result transforms into a really nice solid structured gazebo which my neighbor complemented the next day. The 4 triangle shaped pillars are appealing & different from other gazebo's, the metal roof is a beautiful style with 14 individual roof plates consisting of a vented roof for when grilling (however have not quite gotten as far as grilling) what I would call the "Bells & Whistles" interior center roof 2 soldered nice sized rings in which I am using to hang wind chimes. The shelving, so much sturdy, well made strong shelving, not flimsy tin metal but build for longevity. Top 2 expand outward held by brackets. The bottom two are put together in rectangular shaped boxes providing a bottom, center and top shelf which I currently am using top for gardening planters. Many have mounted to concrete slabs which I do not have. Stakes are provided for the base of the pillars but honestly I am not sure how reliable they are but personally feel the weight alone gives me confidence the gazebo can withstand the wind in which I have already experienced being on top of a mountain & has not budged. Stakes are in place because they came with the hardware Not quite complete with this beauty. I picked up beautiful pavers at Home Depot which will be the flooring. Next is a grill and I will throw a neighbourhood get together to get to know my new neighbors. Compared to my last gazebo, there is No comparison, Hampton Bay knocked this beautiful, attractive, strong nicely designed style gazebo out of the ball park!
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                Response from CoronadoCasualsMar 29, 2022
                We are so very happy that you are enjoying your Hampton Bay 6 ft. x 8 ft. Hollybrook Steel Brown Hard Top Grill Gazebo! Thank you for your wonderful review. CoronadoCasuals2018
                • Recommended
                Worth Working Hard For
                This thing feels like I have a mini-pub in my backyard. Couple of stools in front of it, the shelf there is like a bar. With the grill and a cooler I could serve burgers and brews right out of the front. But something this nice was hard-won. The build is a lot of work. There are many parts that have to be bolted together with the 150 or so screws that need to put one piece after another together. I built this all by myself and it took 5 or 6 days. You have to really look close at the instructions because the illustrations are not nearly as clear as they could be. You need strong hands to make some of the pieces fit together and inside one another. It is very easy to put things on the wrong way and then you have to backtrack, dis-assemble and put them right again making you waste time. In the beginning I had 2 left legs on one side and a top cross member upside down. That was the first day. When I stopped work that day I noticed it and the 2nd day was spent correcting that and continuing on. So the frame was together and the roof framework as well. Before I started putting the roof sheetmetal panels in place I took some time to put the shelves together which is, in the instructions, the last step. So on day 3 I started putting the panels on the upper roof. Instructions show where they go and say to put them up there. Only there is nothing holding them up there. That's the next step where you put a frame around the upper roof panels. They are not attached to anything, they float in a frame. So now you have to hold the panels up, put a rail on the long side and a rail on the short side, clamp both rails to the corner with a pentagon shaped clamping washer with a screw going through that clamping washer. This is one of those times you need 3 arms, 4 would be better. When you get it all screwed down, it looks good, holds everything tight and it's good design. If I was to assemble another one of these I'd get a roll of painters tape to hold those roof panels in place while I put the frame around them. After the upper roof was together it was time to put the peak cover on. The cover has 3 brackets with a threaded hole in each of them. They are held on with 2 rivets. The center bracket in my kit had one of the rivet holes missed by the rivet and the bracket off to the side. It was the center bracket, I just skipped it I think 2 out of 3 is enough to hold it. The instructions call for the 15mm bolts to hold the cap on but I found them too short, used the 25mm bolts and worried about how I'd deal with it when I needed them. While putting the cover on I had a mishap that could have turned out a lot worse. leaning on the frame and reaching up top the ladder suddenly went one way and me and the framework went over sideways. I was very lucky to not get hurt in the tumble. Just a few scrapes on the forearm. For this reason I suggest staking this down during the assembly and do NOT use the silly little wires that come with the kit. They are a joke. For a premium product like this you'd think they would supply an actual literal functioning stake of some sort. I have some 10 inch nails that worked nicely. Had to drill the hole in the foot a little to make them fit. I also have some 18" lag screws that I'll put in for the final wrap-up. So after the tumble, that was the end of day 3. Day 4 was spent putting the lower roof on. That is where the strong hands come in handy getting the panels into the slots and forcing the overlapping panels into the slot. You really have to push. And it's easy to get the panel above the slot and have to take it off and try again. the top corners of the middle panel go in the slot and they're easy to overlook.This is where the supplied "stakes" that are really wires come in handy as they work nicely in the screw holes that hold the panels on to hold them up there while you're aligning them. The last step in assembly is building and attaching the shelves. I'd already built them so when I went to slide them in between the legs they were too wide. Had to loosen the shelf that sticks out to get the legs to spread enough to slide the shelf unit in place. If I built this again, I would build the shelves first and attach them to the legs first thing. They would hold the legs upright and they would be somewhat plumb. It would give the whole structure stability during the build. There's a rectangle that transitions from top roof to bottom roof you have to build out of 4 mitered square channels attaching them at the corners with brackets that have angled ends. The illustration in the instructions is almost zero help in telling you which of at least 4 possible ways these 8 pieces go together. Make your best guess them hold it up to where it goes and you should be able to figure it out from there. So it was about 5 days to put this together by myself. I chose this for the metal roof. Those fabric roof gazebos are good for 3 or 4 years. I'm guessing this will do 20 easily. After all my labor I am rewarded with a nice thing that will get a lot of use for many years. I still think the instructions are backward. I strongly recommend building the shelves and attaching them to the legs first instead of last. And put that upper roof together with some kind of tape and then put the frame around it. There are some nice hooks on the ceiling to hang a light. I'm not sure that having shelves so close to the ground is a real good idea in what is a food prep area. I'll put dirty stuff down there. Had some rain, it didn't leak.
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                Response from CoronadoCasualsApr 25, 2022
                Thank you so much for sharing such a detailed review with us. All of your assembly tips are great, and I am sure others will benefit from them. We hope you do enjoy this gazebo for your estimate of 20 years. Thanks again! CoronadoCasuals2018
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                Like the look but hard to assemble.
                We got this gazebo to beplace a canvas gazebo grill cover because the canvas always faded out. Though we like the look it is a chore to put it together. The directions are mostly just pictures and you have to read between the lines or look way ahead to figure out how to assemble it. We had to take apart some things and redo. We received 4 of the #12 pieces instead of 2 #12 and 2 #13. We were able to bend the extra #12s to work. There was 1 extra screw included in each catagory but wish there had been a few more of the most common sized screws cause we lost a couple in the process and had to use a screw that worked from something else. Not everything fit together right and had to muscle things in. The shelves were an example of that. We still do not have those in correctly cause it is too tight to get them where they need to be. Scratched up the pillars trying to wedge them in between the pillars. We will try again when we have more people to try to spread the legs out. The shelf units are very heavy and well made. Not sure how the shelves finish will hold up over the years if you store things that could scrape them up. We are happy with it but just be prepared to be very frustrated putting it together.
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                Amazing!
                The gazebo is awesome! It provides plenty of cover and storage and is extremely sturdy once fully built. We had a high windstorm come through and encountered no issues with the gazebo. For an item of its size, I will say there should have been better instructions included. In a couple of the steps there was a bit of guess work and deciphering involved to figure out what was being asked. The Hampton Bay Digital Bilt app would have been great to have for this build, but overall, it was doable, just take your time and readjust pieces as needed. The biggest hurdle to building the gazebo was getting everything to line up and having enough clearance to position all the pieces into their appropriate positions. My advice when it comes to assembling the gazebo, is to build the main frame first (the four pillars and cross beams) and tighten that down, then when assembling everything else, meaning the shelves, the roof frame work and the roof, put every bolt in with just two turns (Enough to hold the bolt in place) or you’ll never get all the pieces to line up, you have to give yourself the "flex" in all the pieces to be able to work them into place. Then once you are finished with the build tighten everything. I cannot stress this enough. The whole build took a full day. You will need a spare set of hands to build this. It's feasible with one person, but there is a lot of pulling and pushing to make minor adjustments to get bolts and holes to line up, as well as getting the roof panels into the right position. Once everything is tightened and in place, the structure feels secure with no flex whatsoever. One thing to note, depending on the size of your grill, the lower shelves on the sides tend to get in the way and might be difficult to access. You can build the unit just fine without the lower shelves if you choose or have them face outward for extra storage. Our grill is a large six burner grill and it’s just wide enough to where the shelves are hard to access. Would of love to have seen some hooks for tools or some other potential use for the space. Final fit and finish are fantastic, the faux wood look on the main pillars is neat and very detailed. There were a few spots that had nicks and exposed some metal but overall, we had no issues. Quality control was excellent, and you are provided with one extra piece of hardware for each set required. Though, for some reason we did end up with a full spare roof panel. In the end we only had one bolt that couldn't reach its hole and one hole that just wouldn't accept a bolt but using a longer bolt fixed the problem. The only thing that concerns me is that they expect this whole gazebo to stay in place with these super thin included ground stakes. Any extreme storm will bend these stakes or rip them right out of the ground. We ended up driving concrete screws from the base of the gazebo into the patio foundation to ensure proper anchoring. I’m really looking forward to getting more time out on the grill, especially now that rain will be no issue. My favorite feature has to be the extra counter space I have available to me now thanks to the gazebo as well.
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                WOW! Much better than expected/looks really great!
                This is a beautiful steel 6x8ft grill gazebo perfect for outdoor entertainment and just chillaxin’. It comes shipped in one big heavy box delivered by freight truck and was easier than I thought to put together but still took some time. It took me by myself fri-sun to assemble and complete. I suggest laying all the pieces out before you begin and READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS first to see what you will have to do. Take your time and once you have the frame assembled I would attach BOTH shelves on each side as well as the storage shelves so you can see exactly where your footprint will be. I used anchor bolts for the posts to secure the into concrete for extra stability and strength. It is rated to stand up to 120mph winds and weighs over 300lbs but it won’t hurt to add the bolts. The roof gave me the most issues for some reason but I took my time and everything fell into place.I didn’t think it was going to look as nice and impressive when I first opened the box and pictures don’t do it justice. It is made of steel which will eventually rust but proper maintenance using some steel wool and paint will help it to last a long time. I added some cafe’ lights inside for some night glow and will be having a few more grill adventures in the coming months. Overall a really BEAUTIFUL and IMPRESSIVE grill gazebo that will make your backyard extra special!
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