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8 Must-Visit Luxury Hotels in Grenada

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Silversands Grenada.

Grenada’s travel rules require visitors to remain at their resort for five days after arrival, and while you can travel freely around the island after that if you get a negative test result, honestly we’d be OK with spending even longer getting pampered at one of these resorts in Grenada, an island that’s become one of the hottest luxury destinations in the wider Caribbean.

Located on Grande Anse Beach and other sweet strands, here are the luxury hotels in Grenada you can check into right now.

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Silversands: It’s windows, windows everywhere in the rooms at this Grande Anse Beach, with a Reda Amalou & Stéphanie Ledoux design intended to let maximum Caribbean sunlight and water views into every interior space. Beach and hillside villas share a private pool, and a commitment to sustainable sourcing suffuses the Asian, Mediterranean, and other dining options at the resort. The 100-meter main swimming pool, lined by cabanas and spilling down toward the sea, is the longest in the Caribbean.

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The Calabash hotel.

Calabash: This Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel has custom-designed suites with elegant but comfortable furnishings along with two- to five-room villas with ocean views and private pools. Rhodes restaurants is one of the top fine-dining experiences on Grenada — dress up and arrive early for cocktails in the piano lounge. Elaborate breakfasts on the beach or in your room must be experienced, and you can continue the indulgence with treatments at the resort spa.

Laluna: This “rustic chic” resort is located away from the crowds on a quiet stretch of west coast beach. Part of the Design Hotels group, Laluna has 16 cottages on the beach and in the hills, so you can choose from quick access to the sand or exceptional ocean views from your canopy bed, covered patio, or private pool. Wellness is a key component of the Laluna experience with its Asian spa and daily yoga classes, and the resort’s fine Italian restaurant features ingredients both locally raised and imported directly from Italy.

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Sandals Grenada.

Sandals Grenada: One of the very best of Sandals’ collection of all-inclusive resorts is located directly on Pink Gin Beach and brings a typically extensive array of on-site amenities to bear on a pandemic-mandated stay where you’re confined to the resort — 10 restaurants, 6 pools, activities that include a PADI-certified dive center, and signature “sky suites” with plunge pools on open balconies overlooking the ocean.

The Pointe at Petite Calivigny: A private residence club on the south shore’s Benji Bay, The Pointe has villas and condos on 11 acres in a gated residential community overlooking Calivigny Island (a private island resort) and the Woburn Bay marine sanctuary. Community amenities include a deep-water marina, two pools, a gym and spa.

Mount Cinnamon: One of the premier resorts on Grande Anse Beach has 37 distinctively designed hillside villas with fantastic views and amenities ranging from a private beach club to snorkeling and diving, paddling and boating, tennis and beach volleyball, and daily yoga classes. The tented Savvy beachfront restaurant is a charming culinary adventure mixing Indian and Caribbean influences.

Mount Hartman Bay Estate: A lighthouse-style tower overlooking the pool at the tip of a private peninsula marks the location of this exclusive resort community, which has a variety of villas including an eight-room main house and a culinary staff whose talents extend to providing Kosher meals for Jewish guests.

Royalton Grenada: Grenada’s newest all-inclusive resort enjoys a beaiutufl Magazine Beach location and promises a luxury experience with swim-out suites, more than a dozen bars and restaurants, a kids club, spa, and fitness center.

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