Looking for information on Grenada All-Inclusive resorts? If so, then you’re going to find everything you need right here.
Home to 45 picturesque sandy beaches, charming local people and a tourist industry that is not overly developed, Grenada is easily one of our favorite “secret” Caribbean island getaway destination. To make sure we enjoy a fuss-free vacation each time, we make it a point to stay at Grenada’s all-inclusive resorts. So much so that we now have a useful list that we can share with you.
Grenada’s all-inclusive resorts
Here are 10 all-inclusive hotels on the island to consider for a relaxing retreat:
Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel
Coyaba Beach Resort
Kalinaga Beach Resort
Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club
Petite Anse Beachfront Cottages and Restaurant
Radisson Grenada Beach Resort
Royalton Grenada Hotel & Spa – Opening in 2020
Sandals Grenada Resort & Spa
Spice Island Beach Resort
Location wise, most of the all-inclusive resorts in Grenada are concentrated at the southernmost part of the island – along the most famous beach in Grenada – the Grand Anse Beach. So that’s great news for beach lovers! Bonus: Most of them are also in close proximity to the bustling capital town of Grenada – something to note if you might want to venture out of the resort.
However, while they are all termed as all-inclusive resorts, there are slight differences as to what is included as part of the stay and that is something you might want to look out for.
What is an all-inclusive resort?
In case this is the first time you are coming across this term, an “all-inclusive resort” is basically one which charges a fixed price for accommodation, food, and drinks (and sometimes activities) all included.
However, as inclusions vary from resort to resort, always check the fine print for specific inclusions (we will try to highlight some in the list below). The last thing you want is to find out something you were looking forward to is not included. Yes, it’s happened to us before, so we want to make sure you go in with your eyes open!
This hassle-free vacation model was first popularized in 1950 with Club Med – a popular resort chain – and has taken off since across many destinations – and Grenada is no exception.
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Why an all-inclusive resort for your Grenada vacation?
Well, if it is your first time to the Caribbean island, staying at a Grenada all-inclusive resort can be a convenient and cost-effective way to enjoy this slice of paradise.
Convenience while traveling is one of the most understated benefits out there. Tired of having to carry along your purse or wallet wherever you go, while worrying about security? Trying to figure out if you changed enough money for the week’s activities and meals at the end of each day? One of the key benefits of staying at an all-inclusive resort: You do not have to worry about budgets or money at all during your stay – because everything is included. Sounds amazing doesn’t it?
Also, it can be cost-effective if you are traveling with a partner or group who enjoys trying out all the amenities available in the resort. Compared to paying for each meal, drink, or activity separately, a single all-inclusive price is most definitely a better deal. Plus, you do not have to worry about not trying something because it is out of your budget and enjoy your vacation to your heart’s content.
This is perfect for the vacationer who just wants to relax and chill within the resort. If you are a sightseer who wants to explore every nook and cranny on the island, then perhaps you might want to consider other standalone hotels or resorts.
Highlights of Grenada’s all-inclusive resorts
Sounds like a holiday style perfect for you? Let us go through some of the key highlights of each of Grenada’s all-inclusive resorts and see which one might work best for you.
Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel
Voted No. 1 Luxury Hotel in the Caribbean for 2019.
Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel combines five star service and luxury within a relaxed and intimate environment to create the ultimate Caribbean escape.
Every luxury is on offer, starting from breakfast served on your suite’s private balcony, or on the beach, to excellent dining at their two restaurants The Beach Club and Rhodes Restaurant.
Kalinago Beach Resort is an all-inclusive option with unique local charm and is a family-run property which we really like supporting.
It overlooks its own private beach area in Mome Rouge Beach, and features an outdoor pool and a spa. It has a restaurant and several bars, and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas.
Featuring a balcony with views over the Caribbean Sea, each room at the Kalinago Beach Resort is elegantly decorated and includes a cable TV and a small fridge. Private bathrooms are equipped with shower and free toiletries.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and guests can also take advantage of the common barbecue facilities in the picnic area. One popular spots tend to be the swim-up bar, the poolside bar, and the lounge bar– each giving guests a different atmospheres to enjoy the afternoon and the evenings.
Kalinago Beach Resort also gives guests the chance to relax with a variety of massages at the wellness centre, before enjoying the live entertainment activities during the evenings. A kids’ pool is also available if you are traveling with a family.
Located on beautiful Magazine Beach, Laluna is great all-inclusive option which gives guests a more secluded private type of vacation. It’s surrounded by hills and offers luxury cottages with private plunge pools, an Asian spa and a delicious restaurant.
Each air-conditioned cottage at Laluna has a small terrace with views of the Caribbean sea. All rooms features attractive wooden furnishings and high ceilings. There is free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a minibar.
Guests can enjoy an American breakfast in Laluna’s restaurant, which offers Italian cuisine for dinner. There is also a beachfront lounge and bar with Indonesian-style loungers.
The hotel’s spa features Vichy showers, a tea bar and a library. It offers a range of treatments, including massage, facials and aromatherapy.
Google: 4.3 /5.0 (43 reviews)
TripAdvisor: 4.5 /5.0 (484 reviews)
Typical clientele: Celebrating Couples (no children under the age of 12)
This boutique resort includes a private beach, restaurants, and water sport facilities. The villas are nestled into the hillside over the private beach, giving guests stunning views of the beach and the island.
Mount Cinnamon is located about 15 miles from St. George’s and 6 miles from an international airport.
Each tropical villa and suite features a fully equipped kitchen and large balconies. The accommodations also include grocery services and private dressing rooms.
Guests can relax on the beach or swim in the pool. The resort offers yoga classes and a scuba diving school. Grenada has some great dive spots so we highly recommend it!
The Savvy’s Bar and Restaurant overlooks the beach and offers gourmet dining. Guests can also have a drink on the beach at The Beach Cabana, a private beach club.
If you are looking to unplug and relax in peace and quiet, then you’re going to love this simple off the beaten path retreat. This is our favorite small Grenada all-inclusive resort.
Petite Anse Hotel is set in a lush tropical garden on the north coast of Grenada and features free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has an outdoor pool, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. All rooms have sea views.
You will find concierge service at the property and a wide range of tours are available.
Google: 4.6 /5.0 (183 reviews)
TripAdvisor: 5.0 /5.0 (467reviews)
Typical clientele: Nature Lovers
Price Range: USD $385 – 533 (all-inclusive rates)
Minimum Stay: None
Inclusions in price:
3 meals daily
House wine by the glass, domestic beer and non-premium spirit
You’re going to love the location as this all-inclusive resort is located next to the famous Grand Anse Bay Beach and 1.2 mi from Morne Rouge Beach. It features free Wi-Fi, an outdoor swimming pool and a furnished terrace.
The room are fully air-conditioned and offer a flat-screen cable TV, a work desk, coffee maker and a mini-bar.
Guests can enjoy buffet and menu breakfast and dinner; a cappuccino in the Bamboo Bar & Caffe; go for a snack or lunch at the Oasis Grill and get drinks at the Oasis Bar and Sunset Beach Bar.
Activities like water sports and scuba diving are an excellent option for guests. They can also use two surfaced tennis courts.
You will get the celebrity treatment with world-class service when you stay at the brand new Royalton Grenada Resort & Spa. This is the newest Grenada all-inclusive resort.
Located only a 2-minute walk from Magazine Beach, Royalton Grenada Resort & Spa has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. Featuring a garden, the 5-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The property provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.
The hotel offers a continental or buffet breakfast.
You can play tennis at the accommodation, and car rental is available.
Parc a Beouf Beach is a 5-minute walk from Royalton Grenada Resort & Spa, while Pink Gin Beach is half a mile from the property. The nearest airport is Maurice Bishop International Airport, an 11-minute walk from the hotel.
The ultimate adults-only Grenada all-inclusive resort. Sandals new all-inclusive resort in Grenada takes resort design and amenities way beyond what most people can imagine.
What do I mean? How about pools in the sky and living rooms in swimming pools. Or maybe it’s the private plunge pools, cascading waterfalls and meandering river pools. The options are truly amazing here.
Located in the heart of Grenada’s exclusive Pink Gin Beach, this Sandals experience isn’t like the other Sandals Resorts through the Caribbean, this one ups the luxury level and it’s something that has to be seen.
Google: 4.6 /5.0 (890 reviews)
TripAdvisor: 4.5 /5.0 (4008 reviews)
Typical clientele: Celebrating Couples (above 18 years of age)
We absolutely love Spice Island Beach Resort. The property sits on 1600 ft of world famous Grand Anse Beach and features a spa and an outdoor swimming pool. Its spacious suites and villas, so sitting right on the sand. All guests will have views of the gardens or the Caribbean Sea.
Spice Island Beach Resort offers luxurious accommodations with bright, attractive décor and terraces.
Oliver’s Restaurant serves creative Creole and Grenadian dishes. There is also a terrace and a bar.
The resort’s elegant spa is surrounded by gardens. It features a reflection pool and an outdoor relaxation lounge, where tea is served. Treatments include facials and massage, and there is also a beauty salon.
Local activities include kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. Trips to the rainforest surrounding Grand Anse Bay can also be organized.
Google: 4.7 /5.0 (205reviews)
TripAdvisor: 5.0 /5.0 (1,029 reviews)
Typical clientele: Families and Couples
Price Range: USD $1000+ (all-inclusive rates)
Minimum Stay: None
Inclusions in price:
All meals and drinks (premium cocktails and house wines)
Non-motorized water sports: including snorkeling, paddle boards, ocean kayaks and Hobie-Cats
Supervised children activities (Full day programs for ages 3-12)
Are you ready for your all-inclusive Grenada resort vacation? I know I am after putting this story together.
We hope this information about Grenada all-inclusive resorts is useful for your holiday planning! If you’re anything like us and love the convenience and cost-effectiveness of an all-in-one resort stay, you will definitely get hooked!
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