Hotels in Grenada
The newly opened hotel, located on a white-sand beach, heralded a new level of sophistication.
Beachside mega-resort it is not: Grenada’s Mount Hartman Bay Estate comprises 12 intimate, Gaudí-inspired suites shrouded in banana trees and low-slung palms where you will be one of only 30 guests enjoying this remote, flower-filled corner of the Caribbean’s Spice Island.
Located at Grenada’s remote Quarantine Point, Laluna, a 16-villa Caribbean hideaway within 60 steps of the sea, has both a well-regarded design pedigree (with a mix of Italian and Asian accents) and a wellness focus.
You'll sip your cocktail with a clear conscience, knowing that the property's water is solar-heated, the bulbs are energy-saving compact fluorescents, and the pool is treated with salt instead of chlorine.
A typical stay for guests at LaSource averages about 12 days, if that’s any indication of an unforgettable vacation. The 100-room property sprawls on 40 acres, tucked away on the sublime Pink Gin beach.
Set on a verdant bluff above Grenada’s talcum-soft Aquarium Beach on the island’s south shore, this tiny hotel delivers a true sense of place.