The Best Hotel Stays In Grenada

By Parker Diakite


There’s so much to love about the Caribbean island of Grenada. From its mountains to beaches, cuisine, and of course, its people, Grenada is one of the best destinations for an island vacation.

Planning a trip? Here is a list of some of Grenada’s best hotels.

Coyaba Beach Resort

Owned and operated by a Grenadian family, the Cherman’s, Coyaba Beach Resort features all the elements you need for a classic Island Holiday.  The hotel is located on Grand Anse Beach and surrounded by tropical gardens and staff emphasize rest and relaxation.

Body treatments, massages, and reflexology are just some of the spa amenities this resort has to offer.  

Photo courtesy of Coyoba Beach Resort

Mount Cinnamon

Small in size,  Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club is a seaside accommodation that’s perfect for travelers looking for a variety.

Like many resort-style accommodations, there are plenty of activities to relax but this hotel also offers guests the chance to sail, take up paddle boarding or fishing, or head out to the water for kayaking.

Photo courtesy of Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club

Blue Horizons Garden

Just yards from Grand Anse Beach, Blue Horizons Garden Resort sits up on a hillside in the midst of nature.  Guests have the chance to choose between ocean views or views of the more than six acres of garden.

Photo courtesy of Blue Horizons Garden Resort

473 Grenada Boutique Resort

Located in Saint George, Grenada, this boutique resort is a collection of stylish villas that are surrounded by tropical gardens and little sandy beaches.

It’s a quieter stay and perfect for travelers looking to stay low key and out of the way.

Photo courtesy of 473 Grenada Boutique Resort

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel

Calabash is a five-star luxury accommodation which means it will be a little pricier compared to others on the list.  

Guest can choose between five different room types ranging from junior suites to penthouses. 

Each day, breakfast is served on your private balcony, or on the beach.  Activities you can take up here at Calabash include snorkeling, sailing, diving and more.

Photo courtesy of Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel


Laluna is a secluded and romantic hotel that is adored by travelers for its emphasis on intimate, relaxed getaways. Laluna Resort is a 16-cottage Design boutique hotel that’s known for its beach yoga pavilion, Asian spa, an Italian restaurant, and warm style that blends Balinese, Caribbean, and Italian influences.

Photo courtesy Laluna

Spice Island Beach Resort

Spice Island Beach Resort is a black-owned all-inclusive resort located right on Grenada’s beautiful Grande Anse beach. This  64 suite  AAA Five-Diamond rated property features a spa, fitness center, restaurants, a bar, private and public pools, and a daycare center, making it great for the entire family.

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