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On the hill above The Aquarium Restaurant sit 5 two- and 2 one-bedroom villas.
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. Full review →Sign up for Grenadian cooking lessons with the Aquarium Restaurant chefs. Or perhaps a personal yoga or tai chi lesson on your own deck will do the trick.
This is the most charming cottage colony on Grenada. Full review →
The boutique villa hotel (appropriately named after a tree in the indigenous Arawak language) has an infinity pool and beachside restaurant. Full review →
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. Full review →
This seven-room, upscale boutique resort features one- and two-bedroom self-catering villas in a lush, jungle-like setting. Full review →
Intimate and intricate, this pricey venue trades island style for lots of space on visitors' credit cards Full review →This compact, cozy resort is designed to the likes of couples who prefer the intimacy of seeing familiar faces during their vacation while maintaining their privacy in a villa of their own if they so choose.
This cluster of individually designed villas sits on a hillside above a picturesque beach, with superlative views out to sea and up the coast. Full review →
Set on a verdant bluff above Grenada’s talcum-soft Aquarium Beach on the island’s south shore, this tiny hotel delivers a true sense of place. Full review →
4 Star Hotel