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Maca Bana

Grenada 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Clustered on a 2-acre hillside overlooking mile-long Magazine Beach, each of Maca Bana's seven private villas (also called "banas") has a great view. — Fodor's

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

This cluster of individually designed villas sits on a hillside above a picturesque beach, with superlative views out to sea and up the coast. — The Telegraph

The boutique villa hotel (appropriately named after a tree in the indigenous Arawak language) has an infinity pool and beachside restaurant. — Jetsetter

This is the most charming cottage colony on Grenada. — Frommer's

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Spice Island Beach Resort

Grenada 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Grand Anse Beach property, with "a quiet atmosphere and great privacy," "belongs near the top of tropical resorts." — Condé Nast Traveler

This is the most desirable resort in Grenada, the yardstick by which every other hotel on island is compared. — Frommer's

Swanky all-inclusive beachfront sanctuary on Grenada, with a spa, tennis courts and a seaside restaurant. — Jetsetter

This redesigned resort is the creme-de-la-creme. Guests are treated like family by owner Sir Royston Hopkin, who extends a weekly invitation to his home for cocktails. — DK Eyewitness

This luxury, low-rise all-inclusive hotel is set along the stunning sands of Grenada's best beach, Grand Anse, and is popular with families and elderly couples alike. — The Telegraph

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from $836

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa

Grenada 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 30-suite Calabash is Grenada's true Grand Dame, an island institution dating to its earliest days (in the 1960s) as a retreat for the British elite. — Concierge

This 30-room luxury boutique hotel is located in an isolated cove with a quiet, tranquil white-sand beach. — Oyster

5 kilometers from the airport and 7 kilometers from St. George's, is an outstanding all-suite hotel with a tradition of refined hospitality and an upper-crust, primarily British clientele. — Star Service

The Calabash is a long-established, family-run, luxury hotel on Grenada's south coast. — The Telegraph

Set within a sinuously curved building that straddles a landscaped 3-hectare (7 1/2-acre) beach, the posh and elegant Calabash is one of the leading boutique hotels on Grenada. — Frommer's

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from $383

Laluna Hotel

Grenada 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Grenada's best hotels... A glittery, hedonistic niche. — Frommer's

A bumpy back road leads to this eclectic, posh but laid-back boutique resort tucked away on a steep, leafy hillside on a peaceful, secluded beach. — Oyster

You may think you've landed on an island in the South Pacific when you reach this upscale resort, which is hidden away on a pristine beach near Grenada's Quarantine Point. — Fodor's

When you mix a former Italian fashion industry exec with the sleepy island of Grenada, the result is Laluna, a stylishly rustic 16-villa resort. — Jetsetter

Laluna, a 16-villa Caribbean hideaway within 60 steps of the sea, has both a well-regarded design pedigree (with a mix of Italian and Asian accents) and a wellness focus. — Travel + Leisure

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from $346

Blue Horizons Garden Resort

Grenada 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lying 8km... south of Point Salines Airport, this is an eco-tourist resort, with energy-saving toilets, solar heaters, and a reputation for housing young U.K.- and U.S.-based families. — Frommer's

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. Note: Guests who... — Star Service

This casual, mid-range family-friendly resort offers 32 suites and studios, all with kitchenettes, sitting areas, and simple but modern island decor. — Oyster

This well-run, well-maintained and attractive property, a short walk from Grenada's finest beach, is one of the best affordable places to stay on the island, especially for families. — The Telegraph

Surrounded by gardens, this peaceful and informal resort offers spacious rooms with kitchenettes, a tropical bird aviary, pool, whirlpool, a gourmet restaurant, and a bar. — DK Eyewitness

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Radisson Grenada Beach Resort

Grenada 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sprawling across 20 acres (8 Ha), fronting Grand Anse Beach, its showpiece is a 300-foot (90-m) fantasy pool with waterfalls, swim-up bar, two Jacuzzis, and a sunset pool. — DK Eyewitness

Don’t let the big exterior put you off; this enormous complex has a fairly intimate feel. — Lonely Planet

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

The Radisson is a modern, upscale 229-room chain hotel with a quarter-mile of beachfront on the bustling Grand Anse. — Oyster

On 20 landscaped acres that stretch along 1,200 feet of Grand Anse Beach, this resort offers comfortable rooms and extensive amenities. — Fodor's

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from $194

Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club

Grenada 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mount Cinnamon is so infused with the full spectrum of sea and sky that it seems to have sprung fully formed from its surroundings. — Condé Nast Traveler

On a hillside overlooking Grand Anse Beach, Mount Cinnamon's spacious one-, two-, or three-bedroom villas have full kitchens with a breakfast bar. — Fodor's

The newly opened hotel, located on a white-sand beach, heralded a new level of sophistication. — Travel + Leisure

Mount Cinnamon, an upscale boutique hotel tucked away on a hillside perched over Grand Anse beach, features spacious villas and suites with colorful, contemporary decor. — Oyster

When to go: December through May are the driest months. Which room to book: Hacienda Suites are the least expensive and have views of the pool and the sea. View the entire Hot List of... — Concierge

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from $180

Coyaba Beach Resort

Grenada 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Directly beachfront on the famous Grand Anse stretch of sand, this popular resort is one of the island's best options for those with high standards. While not fully all-inclusive, there... — Star Service

Set upon a great stretch of beach and priding itself on exceptional service; the luxurious rooms nearly justify the price. — Lonely Planet

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. — Fodor's

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

The Coyaba's chief selling point is its position – it lies directly behind the soft white sands of Grand Anse beach, the best on Grenada. — The Telegraph

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from $224

Mount Hartman Bay Estate

Grenada 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Beachside mega-resort it is not: Grenada’s Mount Hartman Bay Estate comprises 12 intimate, Gaudí-inspired suites shrouded in banana trees and low-slung palms. — Travel + Leisure

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

The unique, artistic design of this 11-room boutique hotel helps it stand out against the upscale competition. — Oyster

Private villa rentals are still relatively new to Grenada, but with the recent arrival of the Mount Hartman Bay Estate, the custom is taking off both quickly and luxuriously. — Concierge

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from $499

Gem Holiday Beach Resort

Grenada 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a friendly vibe and just 16 rooms, it has a cozy atmosphere for a budget hotel. — Oyster

This great-value resort is the only one on stunning Morne Rouge Beach. — DK Eyewitness

This complex of no-nonsense, ultrasimple, self-catering apartments is family-friendly, completely unpretentious, and, by island standards, reasonably priced. — Frommer's

The one- and two-bedroom self-catering apartments are small and simply furnished at this no-frills hotel on pretty Morne Rouge Bay. — Fodor's

Just up from the beach, this place is a real gem. — Lonely Planet

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from $85

La Sagesse Hotel, Restaurant & Beach Bar

Grenada 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nature's heaven, La Sagesse Nature Center sits on a tree-shaded beach. — DK Eyewitness

Secluded on La Sagesse Bay, this hotel is 10 mi (16 km) southeast of Grand Anse and a 25-minute drive away. — Fodor's

On a tree-lined beach of black volcanic sand, 15km (9 1/4 miles) from the airport, La Sagesse is a small-scale, eco-friendly beach resort that includes a sea-fronting guesthouse. — Frommer's

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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Petite Anse Hotel Grenada

Grenada 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Petite Anse's position in the north of the island make it one of Granada's best kept secrets. — DK Eyewitness

A real getaway spot, perfectly placed for exploring the sights in this beautiful and little-visited part of the island. — The Telegraph

This charming, friendly upper-middle-range hotel’s remote location makes it unique on the island. — Oyster

Independent travelers love this delightful oceanfront hotel at the northern tip of Grenada. — Fodor's

By far the most upmarket of the two places to stay in this stretch, and with more in the way of facilities, including a slip of beach. — Lonely Planet

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from $190

Lance Aux Epines Cottages

Grenada 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Beautiful beach views here are enjoyed by 11 attractive rooms that come complete with kitchens and large living areas. — Lonely Planet

The Lance Aux Epines Cottages offers four apartments and seven quaint cottages on a lovely, peaceful beach. — Oyster

Lance aux Epines Cottages is a small collection of good-value self-catering apartments and cottages, directly behind a lovely, tranquil beach on Grenada's south coast. — The Telegraph

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Kalinago Beach Resort

Grenada 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This few-frills, family-run hotel is right on sheltered Morne Rouge, one of Grenada's best beaches. — The Telegraph

Next door to Gem, and something of a step up, with spacious rooms overlooking the water (and just steps from the beach), plus a nice oceanside pool and great service from the friendly staff. — Lonely Planet

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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from $168

Grenadian by Rex Resorts

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located just two minutes from the airport, this place is, architecturally, the grandest hotel on the island. Enfolded by 13 hectares of well-kept vegetation and an artificial lake, the... — Star Service

This massive beachfront resort on a huge piece of property on Tamarind Bay is particularly popular with Europeans. — Fodor's

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from $202

Le Phare Bleu Boutique Hotel & Marina

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The spacious, self-catering accommodations at the eco-conscious Le Phare Bleu (The Blue Lighthouse) are perfectly situated for those who arrive by boat or who like to be around boats. — Fodor's

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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Bel Air Plantation Resort

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This secluded hideaway stands on a 7-hectare (17-acre) tract of lush, sloping land on the southwestern side of the island. — Frommer's

On a hillside overlooking St. David's Harbor, this 18-acre compound has both sea and mountain vistas and orchards full of papaya trees. — Concierge

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Green Roof Inn

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Half a mile up the road from Hillsborough, and set on the cliff overlooking the sea with sweeping views back toward Hillsborough, this is a quiet and beautiful play to stay. — Lonely Planet

You're guaranteed beautiful views of Hillsborough Bay and the offshore cays at this small inn, which is the perfect location for a scuba-diving, snorkeling, or beachcombing vacation. — Fodor's

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Cabier Ocean Lodge

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Definitely off the beaten path and in a truly natural environment, Cabier Ocean Lodge is a combination guesthouse, restaurant/bar, petting zoo, and donkey ranch. — Fodor's

Rustic, romantic and a little ramshackle, this quirky yet appealing lodge is a genuine throwback to an older Caribbean that’s never heard of cruise ships or Balinese massages — The Telegraph

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Twelve Degrees North

Grenada 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Named for the latitude here, this small, secluded, adults-only inn on 3 acres of hillside has one- and two-bedroom self-contained suites, all of which face the sea. — Fodor's

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