Spice Island is a stunning all-inclusive, all-suite property set on the fabulous white sands of Grand Anse Beach. Owned and managed by Grenadian Sir Royston Hopkin and his gracious family, they pride themselves on taking personal responsibility for the experience of each and every guest. As a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection, they continually invest to ensure the property offers the highest standard in modern comfort and style, and the extra special touches are evident throughout.
Please note that smoking is not allowed in any area of the resort, including the use of e-cigarettes.
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This elegant, sophisticated resort offers luxurious accommodation on a stunning beach coupled with friendly, personal service that keeps guests returning time and time again.
Although the resort sits on quite a large area, there are only 64 luxuriously appointed suites set among the beautifully manicured gardens or along the beachfront.
The rooms have a fresh, bright, contemporary decor with plenty of space and all of the comforts you would expect including air-conditioning, ceiling fan, flat-screen TV, DVD player, iPod docking station, Wi-Fi, complimentary stocked minibar and a terrace or balcony.
The resort is set on the beautiful Grand Anse Beach, one of the best on the island. Rightly popular with both locals and visitors, the beach is large enough that it never feels crowded and the southern end, where Spice Island sits, is the quietest bit.
There is a good choice of restaurants, bars and shops in the area and the capital, Saint George’s, is only ten minutes’ drive away.
Food and drink
Spice Island is great for foodies too and is known for its gourmet cuisine and fine wines.
The stylish, open-air Oliver’s Restaurant offers a fine dining atmosphere serving à la carte breakfast and dinner daily. The menu changes every night and features excellent international cuisine as well as authentic local specialities.
The Sea & Surf Terraces is open for lunch, afternoon tea, drinks and snacks.
Although the majority of guests are couples, Spice Island welcomes children and offers a children’s activity center for ages 3-12 years, as well as a babysitting service. The beach is good for families as it shelves gently and the waters are sheltered.
There is a separate dining area for children under 5 in the evenings.
The resort has a concierge service who will happily book car hire or any excursions you wish to do whilst on the island. Some popular options are the trips to various waterfalls, a visit to the Grenada Chocolate Factory, a nutmeg producing plant, or the rum distillery at Lake Antoine. You can also do many round island tours incorporating several attractions in one day.
There are some fabulous diving opportunities in Grenada as it’s home to numerous wrecks including the famous ‘Titanic of the Caribbean’, the wreck of the cruise liner ‘Bianca C’, which sank in 1961.
Spice Island have teamed up with dive operation Aquanauts, and their dive shop is conveniently located at the resort offering various dive packages to suit all experience levels.
The spa here is superb. Janissa’s Spa is an elegant oasis of serenity tucked away behind private walls and tropical gardens, complete with reflection pool and outdoor relaxation lounge. Treatments include wraps, body polishes, facials and massages using the many local herbs and spices which are known for their restorative properties.