The “Spice Island” of Grenada reopened its borders to international visitors on Oct. 1, and to date more than 50 hotels, resorts, guest houses, villas, and apartment properties have been certified as “Pure Safe Travel Accommodations” and allowed to host guests. Here are the hotels and resorts that you can stay at in Grenada (and the charming sister island of Carriacou) right now:
473 Grenada Boutique Hotel: Boutique hotel with an infinity pool has nine villas near Westerhall Point on Grenada’s south coast.
Armadillo Restaurant and Guest House: The Armadillo restaurant in St. Patrick’s parish serves local island food and also has a pair of guest rooms to rent.
Blue Horizons Garden Resort: Intimate eco-resort has 32 efficiency guest rooms just off of Grand Anse Beach.
Bogles Round House: This Carriacou restaurant specializes in fresh local seafood dishes and has three standalone, seaside guest cottages, breakfast included.
Cabier Ocean Lodge: Classic “old Caribbean” hotel on a peninsula in Crochu, St. Andrews parish, has 11 standard guest rooms plus studio and villas.
Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel: This luxury resort on Grand Anse Beach has two of Grenada’s best restaurants, a spa, and five classes of guest suites, all with either private balconies or patios.