Luxury holidays to Grenada, often known as the 'Isle of Spice' for its abundant nutmeg and cocoa crops, reveal a Caribbean island nation that simmers with spectacular scenery and a rich culture – the legacy of French, Spanish, British, Amerindian, African and East Indian influences.

Why travel to Grenada

From rainforest-smothered mountain peaks and waterfall-filled jungles to flourishing coral reefs ringing powder-white sand beaches, Grenada dazzles the senses.
Beyond its natural splendour, the lively capital St. George’s captivates visitors with its horseshoe-shaped harbour dotted by pastel buildings, colourful markets selling local fruits and crafts and historic stone forts. Explore Creole cuisine, rum distilleries and artisan chocolatiers making the most of the island’s bounty or visit any number of charming villages where friendly locals are always ready to share a smile or story.
With adventures ranging from spectacular diving amid 30 unforgettable sites including the famous Underwater Sculpture Park to relaxing on secluded pink-sand beaches, hiking through spice plantations and sailing amongst turtles and dolphins, enchanting Grenada guarantees an unforgettable tropical getaway.

Eastern Caribbean Dollar


English + Grenadian Creole English


GMT -04:00


10% tip


November - June


25°C on average


27°C on average


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Our Destination Expert’s top tip

Regardless of where you’re staying, you can’t miss a visit to Grand Anse beach, hands down the most beautiful beach on the island. Stroll for 3km and don’t forget to stop off at the local spice market.

Caroline Maber

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The Caribbean, Central + South America and Polar regions
Grenada Grande Anse Beach
Local lowdown

Grenada is known as the Spice island, it is the world’s second-largest producer of nutmeg after Indonesia and a significant producer of mace, cinnamon, ginger and cloves.

Did you know?

Granada is home to many beautiful waterfalls, one of the best is Seven Sisters waterfalls. As it says in the name, this attraction is a collection of seven beautiful waterfalls, set in Grenada’s evergreen interior, not too far from our famous Grand Etang Lake.

Where to stay

Best hotels in Grenada

Nothing but the best. Browse our handpicked, tried-and-tested luxury Grenada hotels.

Spice Island Beach Resort Grenada

Spice Island

Nestled upon a pristine stretch of Grand Anse Beach, known for its white sands and sparkling turquoise waters, lies the award-winning Spice Island Beach Resort.

This heavenly hideaway features just 64 elegantly designed suites and villas, dotted across a lush seaside estate and offering stunning ocean views. Facilities entice relaxation with yoga classes, a sublime spa and four distinguished restaurants presenting locally sourced cuisine, while adventure abounds with water sports, tennis and swimming amongst tropical seascapes – bliss.

Calabash Grenada


Owner run by the Garbutt family since 1987, this hotel of only 30 suites (some with a private plunge pool) is truly boutique in every sense of the word.

The dedicated staff know each guest by name rather than room number and further personal touches include the individual breakfasts served on your private terrace or on the beach at your own private table and canapés delivered to your suite in the evening. The gorgeous spa is eclipsed only by the exquisite food. Calabash's restaurant is named after the late renowned chef, Gary Rhodes, who fell in love with the island and this property.

Silversands Grenada


Silversands is an oasis of contemporary luxe with striking architecture housing suites and private villas that boast dreamy amenities such as private pools and 24-hour butler service.

The resort’s modern design is anchored by a stunning 100 m (330 ft) infinity pool — the longest in the Caribbean. This leads to iconic Grand Anse Beach, one of the world’s finest, with its two miles soft white sand and shimmering waters. By day, trade serene sunbathing for watersports adventures or a rejuvenating spa journey before indulging at Silversands’ chic bars and restaurants.


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