Love the villa 4 we stayed. Beach is phenomenal. Staff is very friendly , especially the staff in the main lobby area. Owner Mark greeted us and made us feel very welcome. There are construction going on but that didn't bother us much.Food in Grenade is very expensive in general. Lunch on the cabana ...
The location on the beach was very ideal with perfect white sand powder beach and calm waters. It did get pretty crowded when the cruise ships came in but it was very nice to have private beach loungers for the hotel guests set aside. We had an oceanfront room which made it that much nicer and were ...
My friends and I were so amazed by this staff of this resort. Our annual girls trips had taken us to many islands and hotels but I must admit that Grenada thus far has been our best interaction with locals. The staff at the resort went beyond duties to assist us many times but also when we went around ...
Very disappointing experience compared to expectations based on photos and price. The hotel grounds are cramped, and while the rooms are spacious and the views lovely, the place lacks warmth and attention and feels lifeless.
The lovely "Island of Spice" country of Grenada is famous for its production of nutmeg and mace crops. Located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, Grenada is a lovely and picturesque destination, and guests in Grenada Hotels will find themselves in one of the most romantic locations on earth. Like most of the Caribbean, Grenada is a tourist hotspot and is home to several world-class hotels and resorts guaranteed to make your stay comfortable and hassle free.
There are several top locations with conference and convention facilities in Grenada. The most popular include: The Grenada Trade Center, National Stadium and the Hampton Inn.
Grenada is famous for its spices and the restaurants showcase exactly this. Guests in Grenada Hotels should try the famous Crab and Callaloo at one of the many seaside restaurants.
Grenada is famous for its amazing beaches, diving, snorkeling, and festivals. Be sure not to miss the unforgettable Carriacou Parang Festival, which features free open-air concerts, carol singing, cultural presentations, parang string bands, and live performances by entertainers from around the world.
At the foot of Young Street in St. George's, Market Street offers the best shopping in Grenada. Go home with a basket of spices, some famous Grenada rum, woodcarvings, paintings, jewelry, and clothes.
Grenada is well known for its water sports including deep-sea fishing, yachting, scuba-diving, and snorkeling. Be sure to take a break from the water and catch one of the local cricket games, Grenada's national sport.
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