Hotels in Grenada


The majority of hotels are located on the island of Grenada, along the well known Grand Anse beach. Since the law forbids the hotels to be higher than 3 stories, you’ll most likely be staying in a cozy, intimate inn rather than a huge chain.

Climate and tourist season

The climate is tropical, with hot and rainy days during the rainy season – June to November – and cooler weather thanks to the trade winds during the dry season – December to May. Thankfully the islands are located away from the hurricane belt which means only several hurricanes hit the islands over the years.

Just like in the rest of the Caribbean, in Grenada the high season lasts between December and April with the highest prices being around Christmas and New Year’s. Since the island is not at peril from being hit by hurricanes, visiting during the low season – June to November – can be a great way to save some money and have fun at the same time.

Worth trying

Grenadian by Rex Resorts, St. George’s

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The resort is located on two beaches: one for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing and the other for water sports. All rooms offer lovely views and are equipped with AC, fridge, phone and TV. During the high season, the rates vary between US$158 per night for a hillside room and US$309 per night for a beachfront view.

Bluebay Lodge, St. John

Located right in the middle of the island, it offers the best start point for exploring Grenada. The lodge is not on the beaten bath which makes it unique. The resort only offers 10 rooms, equipped with AC, TV, bath and safe. During the high season, a double room (full board) costs US$125 per night. Taxes are not included.

Spice Island Beach Resort, St. George’s

Spice Island Beach Resort is a small family-run boutique resort and represents the best place to enjoy a vacation, relax at the spa or just forget about the daily routine. It offers access to golf, tennis, water sports, all meals (no alcohol), afternoon tea, free internet and free room service as part of the all inclusive plan.

Between January and April 2009, the rates -taxes not included- vary between US$1675 per night in the cinnamon beach suites, US$1370 per night in the luxury almond pool suites and US$850 per night in the oleander garden suites. Rates are based on double occupancy.