Rooms at Coyaba, one of a handful of hotels with direct access to beautiful Grand Anse Beach, are in pavilion-style buildings that surround a 5½-acre beachfront garden of palm trees, hibiscus, frangipani, and bougainvillea. All rooms have a view of the sea from a private patio or balcony. The island's Amerindian heritage—Coyaba means "heaven" in the Arawak language—influenced the resort's interior design, which includes teak furniture, earth-tone fabrics, and local artwork. But this is not a rustic environment. The accommodations are modern, and the decor is beautifully serene. Four rooms are accessible for guests with disabilities.
Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
473-444–4129; 855-626–9222-in U.S.