Its 21 suites range from one to three bedrooms and are contemporarily furnished with local artwork focusing on tropical themes. A 1-bedroom suite costs about $550 per night dbl and the prices rise to about $740 for a 3-bedroom villa that can accommodate up to six guests. This is the place where guests can relax amid beauty and serenity.
All in all, Grenada is different and yet very similar to other Caribbean destinations. Its towns, resorts, attractions and appeal are imbued with the scent of spices. Its beaches are stretches of gentle surf breaking on the sand very close to sea grape trees and coconut palms thriving in the sun. It’s an island that lives “now for now.”
As for the future?
Grenadians like to say “Jes hol’ strain, mon,” a charming and quaint way of saying, “Relax.”