Grand Cul de Sac

Grand Cul de Sac Travel Guide

Hotels in Grand Cul de Sac

The creole-style cottages reopened in December of 2010 after a $6 million renovation that added two family suites. The hotel's 5,000-square-foot open-air space blends in with the pastel cottages-and caters to couples in search of corporeal indulgence.

Restaurants in Grand Cul de Sac

Informal, funky, and family-friendly, the cafe has waterfront wooden tables shaded by sea-grape trees. Try crisp conch fritters, grilled fresh dorade, and a cold Carib beer while watching the kite surfing offshore.