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An Insider's Grenada Vacation

Hugh Stewart

Photo: Hugh Stewart

Some 200 years ago, the writer Henry Nelson Coleridge called Grenada a “poet’s Arcadia.” And for decades to come, the tiny Caribbean island, with its powerful waterfalls that flow into the sea and fragrant nutmeg trees, remained an insiders’ secret.

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Destinations: St. George's

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    Mount Cinnamon Beach Resort

    The newly opened hotel, located on a white-sand beach, heralded a new level of sophistication.

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    Laluna

    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 ped

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    Aquarium

    End your day at the beachside Aquarium, for West Indian barbecue served beneath the stars.

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    Tikal

    The winding roads are lined with boutiques like Tikal, which carries local crafts.

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