Grenada

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12 reviews
This luxury all-inclusive resort is one of the most elegant and well-regarded hotels on the island, with 64 posh suites dotting a quarter mile of beachfront. — Oyster
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10 reviews
One of the Caribbean's best resorts, there’s a simple elegance to these 16 Balinese-inspired cottages with private plunge pools and open-air bathrooms. — Lonely Planet
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9 reviews
Maca Bana has gorgeous villas spreading down a hillside, with fabulous views down the coast to St George’s and every possible detail attended to. — Lonely Planet
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8 reviews
The posh suites here are in 10 two-story cottages distributed in a horseshoe around 8 acres of lawn and gardens that hug the beach on Prickly Bay. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
Set on an 8-hectare (20-acre) tract of lush terrain, this resort stands within mature gardens upon a desirable stretch of white-sand beachfront. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
On a flat, meticulously landscaped 2-hectare (5-acre) site on Grand Anse Beach, this is an upper-middle-bracket resort whose name means "heaven" in Arawak. — Frommer's
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9 reviews
22-room boutique hillside hideout overlooking Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach, with a pool, tennis court, bar and restaurant. — Jetsetter
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6 reviews
Owned and dependably managed by the Hopkin family, this property is not a luxury resort; its attraction is its relaxed and simple design with a distinctive backyard feel — Star Service
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5 reviews
Simply one of the best budget hideaways in the Caribbean – a few-frills, back-to-nature, 12-room property on a magical, long crescent of golden sand. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
This adults-only all-inclusive in a secluded spot in south-west Grenada offers dramatically designed rooms, a wide choice of quality restaurants and excellent service. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
Intriguing boutique inn... perched on a cliff overlooking peaceful Mount Hartman Bay, is a perfect spot for a honeymoon, anniversary, or romantic getaway. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
This charming, friendly upper-middle-range hotel’s remote location makes it unique on the island. — Oyster
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3 reviews
This secluded hideaway stands on a 7-hectare (17-acre) tract of lush, sloping land on the southwestern side of the island. — Frommer's
7
5 reviews
With a friendly vibe and just 16 rooms, it has a cozy atmosphere for a budget hotel. — Oyster
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3 reviews
This unconventional hotel is set at the back of a deep bay in an off-the-beaten-track spot on Grenada's south coast. — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
Silversands Grenada is a beachfront boutique hotel on Grand Anse Beach with one of the longest pools in the Caribbean stretching down to the shore — Mr & Mrs Smith
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3 reviews
This contemporary beachfront hotel on Morne Rouge Bay, next to Gem Holiday Resort (which has the same owner), has stylish suites—all with a patio or deck and a view of the ocean. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
This sprawling 212-room all-inclusive resort, spread out over 30 acres, has been a landmark name on Grenada for about two decades, and has even hosted special guests such as heads of state — Oyster
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2 reviews
On a very private beach, this cluster of spotlessly clean efficiency apartments is owned and operated by Joseph and Patricia Gaylord, who personally greet visitors. — Frommer's
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