Many of the accommodations on the island are located along Grand Anse and since they are not allowed to build giant hotels, most likely you’ll end up in a cozy and intimate inn.
Just like in the rest of the Caribbean, the high season lasts between December and April with the highest prices being around Christmas and New Years. Since the island doesn’t get hit by hurricanes often, the low season – June to November- can be a great time to spend a vacation in Grenada, at low prices while still enjoying the Caribbean weather.
Spice Island Beach Resort, St. George’s
A small family-run boutique resort, this is the best place to enjoy a vacation, relax at the spa or just forget about the daily routine. The all inclusive resort offers access to golf, tennis, water sports, all meals (no alcohol), afternoon tea, free internet and free room service.
Between January and April 2009, the rates 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 for 2 persons. Taxes are not included.
True Blue Bay Resort & Marina, St. George’s
A romantic and secluded location makes this resort the best place to go if you are looking for a romantic gateway or an active holiday. The small resort is set in a tropical garden and offers easy access to sailing, diving and hiking opportunities. All rooms have balconies, AC, cable TV, kitchenette and phones.
During the high season, the rates vary between US$320 per night for the tower rooms, US$210 per night for the indigo rooms, true blue rooms, bay view rooms and tree top rooms. The taxes are not included.
Laluna, St. George’s
This small, luxury resort comprises 16 cottages with their own plunge pools and private decks. There’s a fitness center, a spa and the possibility to dive and snorkel. Packages are available. The average year-round price is US$550 per night per room.