Best Hotels in Grenada

Silversands spa
Beautiful pool at Calabash

Are you planning a trip to Grenada and struggling to choose between different hotel options? No worries, Bunny is here to help you out! She has personally stayed in most hotels in Grenada and is ready dish out the good and the bad.

Check out Bunny’s advice below so that you can pick the hotel in Grenada that’s best suited for your needs and requirements.

Which hotel to choose in Grenada?

Which Part of Grenada Is the Best to Stay

Most tourists congregate on the southwestern side of the island and for a good reason. Most of Grenada’s best hotels are located in this area. There are also gorgeous beaches, excellent restaurants, dive shops and other essential tourist services in the Grand Anse area.

Grenada's most famous beach

It’s not like the rest of the Grenada is dull though. Quite the contrary. Most of the (many) chocolate factories and rum distilleries, beautiful waterfalls, old fortresses and picturesque small towns are located away from the Grand Anse area. The mountainous interior, such as the Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve, is also worth visiting.

Grenada is not very big but getting around the island can be a bit time-consuming. That’s why Bunny often recommends a twin center holiday - particularly if you are coming to Grenada for more than a week. Spend the bulk of your time near Grand Anse and then embark on a little sojourn to the north or east of Grenada, Bunny says.

Don’t Forget Carriacou!

After all, Carriacou is the place Bunny deemed suitable for her forever home. You can do a short daytrip from Grenada to Carriacou by plane or boat (day trip by boat is possible only on Mon, Wed or Fri) but it’s much better to spend a night or two to get the most out of your Carriacou trip. There are daily flights (20 minutes) and different boat options (2h-3,5h one way) on all days except for Sundays.

Beautiful Carriacou

Grenada Hotels

Below is Bunny’s list of the best hotels in Grenada, in no particular order. They are located in different parts of the island and Bunny herself has stayed in each and every one of them.

All the hotels on the list are clean, safe and Bunny-approved. In Bunny’s experience, they also have friendly and helpful staff. The service in any of the listed hotels can sometimes be a tad slow though but this is the Caribbean - what’s the hurry?

Silversands Grenada

Silversands Grenada represents ultimate luxury on the Grand Anse Beach. It is best suited for people who appreciate great design, personalised service and the feeling of exclusivity.

100m pool at Silversands
Elegant rooms

The centre piece of the hotel is the breathtakingly beautiful 100-metre long swimming pool. The gorgeous spa is another highlight. All the suites and facilities are naturally first-class, with the superb villas geared towards people traveling with dedicated staff and diamonds in their purse. Dining, spaing, beaching, everything is wonderful here, Bunny says.

Best Feature: Overall gorgeousness.

Think Twice: If you tend to stress about the cost of the holiday.

Best For: People who love understated luxury.

Best spa in Grenada

Radisson Grenada

Bunny thinks that Radisson Grenada is one of the best value hotels in Grenada. It has a killer location on the Grand Anse Beach. The rooms are all contemporary and clean, with air-con and other modern facilities. Some rooms come with direct beach access, others with sea or garden views.

Pool at Radisson Grenada

There are two swimming pools, a small gym and extensive, beautiful gardens. The weekend buffet breakfast is usually pretty good but otherwise Bunny has never been wowed by the food in this resort.

Best Feature: Amazing location on Grand Anse Beach.

Think Twice: If you need great culinary experiences.

Best For: People looking for a great beach experience with less money.

Beachfront room at Radisson Grenada
Fabulous Grand Anse

La Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas

La Luna offers real Balinese vibes in Grenada, with delicious Italian food to boot. The 16 semi-detached cottages have private verandas, plunge pools and open-air bathrooms. Further up on the same hill, La Luna also has some sleek-looking villas but Bunny is yet to visit those.

Pool by the beach

The best feature at La Luna is the excellent, quiet beach. You can snorkel right off the beach which is a rarity in Grenada. There’s also a small gym, a spa and a wonderful yoga pavilion by the beach. The simple and stylish La Luna fits perfectly in its surroundings and feels natural and effortlessly stylish, in a rustic sort of way.

Yogi Bunny
Gorgeous beach at La Luna

Best Feature: Secluded romantic atmosphere and great snorkelling off the beach.

Think Twice: If rustic chic is not your thing.

Best For: Honeymooners and romancing couples.

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel 

Calabash is an award-winning Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel that has excellent, personalised service and very attractive, stylish suites. It is located on a quiet beach (albeit not great by Grenada standards), away from the tourist hustle and bustle. The whole property oozes effortless style and sophistication without being stuffy.

There’s a beautiful swimming pool, a spa, beachside cocktail bar and a bistro, a gym and all the other services you could wish for your holiday. Most of all, there is absolutely delicious food and the kind of attention to detail that other hotels in Grenada could learn from.

Bunny at breakfast in Calabash
Beautiful room at Calabash

Best Feature: Excellent service and delicious food.

Think Twice: If you want to be on a fabulous beach.

Best For: People looking for a luxurious boutique holiday.

Lance Aux Epines beach
Swimming pool at Calabash

True Blue Bay Boutique Resort

True Blue Bay Boutique Resort is a quirky little hotel with fantastic facilities. Bunny particularly loves the serene yoga pavilion and the four different swimming pools dotted around the property.

At True Blue, there are lots of different room options to choose from, including villas with private plunge pools. All rooms are nicely decorated, spacious and comfortable; some are more luxurious than others but all of them are lovely.

Bunny at True Blue
True Blue hotel

True Blue’s Dodgy Dock restaurant is very popular and for divers, you cannot beat the convenience of the Aquanauts dive shop on site. The only thing missing is a beach.

Best Feature: Quirky style and a great yoga pavilion.

Think Twice: If you want to be on a beach.

Best For: Divers and families visiting SGU students as the university is a very short drive away.

Wonderful yoga
True Blue room

Sandals Grenada

Sandals Grenada offers a guaranteed Sandals style quality holiday. Sandals lovers know the deal: It is a couples only resort on a fabulous all-inclusive basis. The food and drink options are almost limitless and of very high quality. Regardless of the room type, you have access to the beautiful grounds, the beach and the pools. Even scuba-diving is included in the price here.

Sandals Grenada is one of the highest-rated Sandals hotels in the Caribbean and for good reason. If you are looking for a destination wedding, this is the place. Bunny should know - she got married at Sandals Grenada herself.

Romantic dinner
Pink Gin Beach

Best Feature: All-inclusive activities and dining.

Think Twice: If you prefer a more intimate holiday and/or want to explore Grenada.

Best For: Destination weddings, quality time escapes, and busy power couples looking for an easy holiday.

Luxury at Sandals Grenada
Sandals romance

Maca Bana 

Maca Bana provides plenty of old-fashioned Caribbean charm overlooking the gorgeous Magazine Beach. It’s a small and intimate hotel, with villa accommodation only. The villas are scattered among tropical gardens and come in different sizes, but all have full kitchen facilities and private hot tubs. Some villas have incredible views of the beach below.

Villa with a view
Bunny by the pool

Beach access requires a steep path down (and eventually up) but the spectacular Magazine Beach is worth it - and usually very quiet. There is only one restaurant, the Aquarium, on site, but it is an excellent choice.

Best Feature: Private hot tubs with great views.

Think Twice: If you have mobility issues.

Best For: Romantic getaways or self-catering families.

Maca Bana villas on Magazine Beach

Mount Edgecombe Boutique Hotel 

Mount Edgecombe is an old plantation house that has been turned into a boutique hotel full of charm and character. It is located on 28 acres of beautiful rain forest in St. Marks on Grenada’s west coast. The charming rooms are surrounded by lovely gardens and there are two stunning infinity-edge swimming pools facing west for perfect sunset views.

Bunny's room at Mount Edgecombe
Gorgeous pool with a view

The in-house restaurant serves simple but tasty meals cooked from fresh produce grown on the estate. Guests can explore the estate on the “spice trail”, a nicely marked walking path in the rain forest. At night, you can listen to the sounds of the jungle and spot dancing fireflies from your balcony.

Best Feature: A lovely, secluded location in the middle of a beautiful rain forest.

Think Twice: If you need loud entertainment, large menu options or pool parties.

Best For: People looking for a quiet, lush hideaway.

Lush environment at Mount Edgecombe
Mount Edgecombe pool view

Atma Island Living 

Atma Island Living is your elegant accommodation option in north Grenada. It’s located in St. Patrick’s, right next to the fabulous and wild Bathway beach. The rooms at Atma Island Living are stylish and contemporary, with luxurious finishings. The common spaces are spacious and relaxing, with beautiful ocean views. There’s also a cute little pool in the garden. The surroundings are calm and relaxing.

Atma Island Living
Gorgeous beach

The option of adding the services of a personal chef to your visit provides a touch of extra luxury. Bunny absolutely loved her vegan meals at Atma, making it her favourite place to stay in north Grenada.

Best Feature: Delicious food, including vegan options.

Think Twice: If you expect parties or lots of restaurants within walking distance.

Best For: Couples or families wanting to explore the northern part of Grenada.

Delicious food
Common space at Atma

Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club

Mount Cinnamon is a boutique resort which offers a collection of contemporary hillside villas and suites with great views. The rooms are attractive and luxurious, with all the expected amenities. All the villas have kitchens as well.

The hotel hosts a highly rated restaurant, called Savvy, a swimming pool, a small spa and daily yoga classes. In addition, Mount Cinnamon has direct beach access via a beautiful pathway that leads to Grand Anse Beach. On the beach, the hotel has a private beach club with all the services and tropical drinks you could wish for.

Mount Cinnamon room view

Best Feature: Friendly service and great views.

Think Twice: If you have mobility issues as the location on the hill can prove challenging.

Best For: Those looking for a quality hotel with access to Grand Anse Beach.

Bunny's room
Grand Anse beach

Bay House Grenada

Bay House Grenada is a new boutique hotel with staggering views. It is located high on a hill overlooking the amazing Grand Anse Beach (there’s a complimentary beach shuttle).

The rooms are quite small but the common areas are expansive, inviting and very stylish. The swimming pool is open around the clock. During her stay, Bunny was most pleasantly surprised by the food, which was excellent, with many vegetarian options on offer. 

Bunny's sea view room
Beautiful pool

Best Feature: Beautiful interior and amazing views.

Think Twice: If you want to be within walking distance from a beach.

Best For: People looking for stylish accommodations at an affordable price.

Excellent veggie burger
View from the balcony

La Sagesse 

La Sagesse hotel in St. David’s offers traditional Caribbean charm on Grenada’s east coast. The hotel is located on a beautiful, palm-lined bay that is perfect for unwinding and floating lazily in the sea.

The 11 rooms are Caribbean style and simple, located steps away from the water’s edge. The breeze and the sound of the waves will lull you to sleep at night. La Sagesse is a perfect place for ultimate relaxation as there is not much else to do. The beachfront restaurant is very good, offering fresh food and cocktails at affordable prices. For any additional activities you might want to do, a rental car is recommended.

Bunny at La Sagesse hotel
Bunny climbing a palm tree

Please note. The construction of an upscale Six Senses property further down on La Sagesse beach might change things in the future. Bunny has not visited La Sagesse since the construction started.

Best Feature: La Sagesse beach with its beautiful palm trees.

Think Twice: If you need topnotch facilities or a lot of activities.

Best For: People looking for a quiet, old-fashioned Caribbean holiday.

Gorgeous beach

Secret Harbour Boutique Hotel & Marina

Secret Harbour is a full-service marina that offers fine accommodation in addition to other services. Its deluxe cottages and suites are modern, spacious and attractive. They are all located on the water’s edge, with roomy terraces facing the bay. Some villas have private jacuzzis, while all have fully equipped kitchens and high-end finishes.

Secret Harbour Boutique Hotel
Bunny at the pool

Secret Harbour has an excellent gym, a tennis court and beautiful gardens but no real beach. The hilltop swimming pool has amazing views over the sea. The Secret Harbour Restaurant provides excellent dining beside the marina.

Best Feature: Stylish, spacious accommodation right on the water.

Think Twice: If you are a beach lover.

Best For: People looking for high quality accommodation and great food.

Luxurious villas
Gorgeous harbour view

Blue Horizons Garden Resort

Blue Horizons is a solid option for people who want a great location for a reasonable price. At Blue Horizons, you are within a short walk from Grand Anse Beach. The Spiceland Mall and a number of good restaurants are even closer.

The rooms at Blue Horizon are authentic Caribbean style, perhaps a bit dated but spacious and clean. All rooms have kitchens for self-catering but there is also a restaurant on site. The hotel grounds include expansive tropical gardens and a swimming pool.

Blue Horizons, Grenada
Bunny by the Blue Horizons pool

Best Feature: Location near Grand Anse Beach.

Think Twice: If you expect modern style or luxury.

Best For: Families who want to holiday near the beach.

Blue Horizons room
Blue Horizons

Cabier Ocean Lodge 

Cabier Ocean Lodge in St. Andrews is an old-fashioned Caribbean holiday paradise. It is located in a very quiet, rural setting on the east coast of Grenada. The lodge has 11 local style guest rooms with views to the sea. There’s a palm-fringed beach and plenty of beautiful bays and coastal areas to explore nearby. The restaurant at Cabier Lodge serves delicious local food and tropical drinks.

Separate from the lodge is Two Bays Beach Villa which has its own private pool and gorgeous views. This is where Bunny stayed and found it excellent value.

Hotel restaurant
Two Bays Beach Villa

Please note. Cabier Ocean Lodge is currently for sale by owners so its future is somewhat uncertain at the moment.

Best Feature: Beautiful, tranquil location and affordable prices.

Think Twice: If you don’t want to rent a car.

Best For: Adventurous holidaymakers who want to explore Grenada’s countryside.

Two Bays Beach Villa
Infinity pool

473 Grenada Boutique Resort

473 Grenada Boutique Resort is a secluded, lush hideaway on Grenada’s south coast. It has a collection of luxurious waterfront villas that are perfect for couples and families alike. The villas are very spacious and private, and have fully equipped kitchens.

The property also has extensive, beautiful gardens and a large infinity pool with stunning sea views. Two small public beaches are found just outside the property. During her stay, Bunny particularly appreciated the delicious meals that were served either in the privacy of her own villa or out on the pool deck.

473 pool
473 boutique resort

Best Feature: Spacious private villas right next to the sea.

Think Twice: If you want to be within walking distance to other restaurants and bars.

Best For: Families looking for a relaxing stay.

473 pool area
Bunny's room

Royalton Grenada

Royalton Grenada is one of the few traditional all-inclusive hotels in Grenada. It is located on the gorgeous Magazine Beach and offers, in addition to superb, new facilities, a typical all-inclusive experience at a considerably lower cost than Sandals Grenada.

Bunny was not overly impressed with the quality of the food or drinks at Royalton Grenada but it does provide rather good value for people interested in an affordable all-inclusive option in Grenada. The gym and spa services, in particular, were topnotch.

Magazine Beach
Royalton Grenada

Best Feature: New facilities and beautiful environment.

Think Twice: If you’re expecting great food and delicious, handcrafted cocktails.

Best For: People looking for a fun, affordable, all-inclusive holiday on a great beach.

Excellent facilities
Amazing sunsets

Siesta Hotel

Siesta Hotel is a great family-owned budget option close to Grand Anse Beach. It has simple but clean one- and two-bedroom apartments with air-conditioning. The facilities are modest but there is a small swimming pool and relaxing gardens.

Siesta Hotel is located within walking distance to the Spiceland Mall, Grand Anse Beach and a number of bars and restaurants. Despite the central location, the hotel feels very quiet and peaceful, and the staff does a great job of making guests feel welcome.

Siesta hotel
Swimming pool at Siesta hotel

Best Feature: Walkable location and friendly staff.

Think Twice: If you require first class amenities.

Best For: People looking for a budget option within walking distance to Grenada’s best beach.

Siesta hotel room
Siesta hotel at night

Hideaway Waterfront Apartments

A bit of an undiscovered treasure, Grenada’s Hideaway Apartments are hiding in plain sight. They are located within a short walk from Grand Anse Beach and directly on the minibus route to St. George's. Tucked away in tropical gardens, there are 5 self-contained apartments that few people know about.

Bunny's bedroom
Nice views to the sea

These one- and two-bedroom apartments have full kitchens, air-conditioning and direct access to the water. There’s a small, secluded beach steps away from the property and a beautiful garden with hammocks and tropical plants for guests to enjoy. Sunsets are particularly nice here, Bunny says.

Best Feature: Quiet waterfront location.

Think Twice: If you are looking for parties or lots of activities.

Best For: People who don’t like big resorts or hotels.

Hideaway Apartments garden
Beach near Hideaway Apartments

Bougainvillea Apartments

Bougainvillea Apartments is a cheap and cheerful hotel option close to Grand Anse Beach. The one- and two-bedroom apartments are tucked away in a tropical garden, but the hotel is in a very central location. A supermarket, bank and the Grand Anse Beach are all a short walk away with local minivan buses going right past the apartments when you need to get somewhere further afield.

Bougainvillea Apartments

Bougainvillea Apartments are furnished in somewhat old-fashioned local style, but are clean and spacious and have air-conditioning and wi-fi. The apartments are also suitable for self-catering, with fully equipped kitchens.

Best Feature: An affordable and spacious option close to the beach.

Think Twice: If you are expecting a luxurious stay.

Best For: People looking for a functional base for exploring Grenada.

Bougainvillea Apartments
Full kitchen at Bougainvillea Apartments

Other Options

Bunny has not personally stayed in the following Grenada hotels but she can offer some observations nevertheless:

Petite Anse Hotel

Petite Anse hotel has a beautiful, secluded location in north Grenada. The beach is gorgeous but quite rough for swimming. Bunny stopped at Petite Anse hotel for lunch once and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. She could easily imagine staying there on one of her future trips.

Coyaba Beach Resort

Coyaba Beach Resort offers a classic Caribbean vacation right on Grand Anse Beach. Its main selling point is the amazing location. Bunny is yet to drop in, perhaps one day…

Coyaba Beach Resort

Spice Island Beach Resort

Currently the highest rated all-inclusive hotel in Grenada, Spice Island Beach Resort has an excellent location directly on Grand Anse Beach. It also has a high-class reputation for service, food and amenities. It typically attracts an older clientele so young-at-heart Bunny is yet to visit…

Spice Island Beach Resort
Cottages on the beach

Lance Aux Epines Cottages 

Lance Aux Epines Cottages are located next to the superb Calabash hotel. Bunny has only strolled by the cottages but they seem to have rave reviews and lots of repeat customers.

How Expensive Are Grenada Hotels?

Hotel prices in Grenada reflect the season, with the December-March high season seeing much higher prices than the rest of the year. Room prices also tend to rise around the August Carnival season.

Generally, as is often the case, the higher the price, the higher quality hotel you get. The hotels featured in this blog post generally charge between 100 USD -1,000 USD per night, depending on the hotel and the season. Look for special deals, particularly outside the high season.

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