Grenada Hotels


Grenada Hotel Reviews

Hotels and resorts in Grenada tend to be small, with friendly management and attentive staff. All guest rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, an in-room TV, and telephone unless indicated otherwise. During the off-season (April 15 to December 15), prices may be discounted up to 40%.

Private Villas and Condos

Grenada was one of the last islands to have private villa communities, in which privately owned units are rented to nonowner vacationers through management companies. However, a few such properties are here now or in progress. Laluna Estate, in Morne Rouge, opened seven waterfront villas in 2012. Extensive developments are under way at Bacolet Bay in St. David, on the (so far) remote southern coast of Grenada, and planned for Port Louis on The Lagoon in St. George's. Apartments and houses are available for rent for a week or longer. The minimum staff includes a maid and laundress, but a cook, housekeeper, gardener, and others can be arranged.

In Grenada, many rental properties are located in and around L'Anse aux Épines, a beautiful residential peninsula that juts into the sea. In-season rates range from $1,000 a week for a small, two-bedroom house with no pool or air-conditioning to $8,000 a week for a five-bedroom house full of amenities, including a pool and beach access. In Carriacou, in-season rates range from $80 a day for a small cottage or in-town apartment suitable for two people to $350 a day for a two-bedroom villa with panoramic views and a swimming pool.

Rental Contacts

Altman Real Estate (Grenada) (Le Marquis Shopping Complex, Grand Anse, St. George. 473/435–2081.

Down Island Villa Rentals (Craigston, Carriacou. 473/443–8182.

Spice Isle Villas (Grand Anse, St. George. 473/439–2486.

Villas of Grenada (True Blue, St. George. 473/444–4462.

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