Powder soft sands, crystal clear waters, sumptuous accommodations and exquisite service characterize these top tropical escapes in the Caribbean, chosen by a panel of Caribbean travel experts as the best in the region.
How nice to meet a developer who calls a spade a spade. “When is it going to be finished?” I ask Mark Scott, head of sales at De Savary, the company behind Port Louis Marina (portlouisgrenada.com), a spectacular development in St George’s, the capital of Grenada and one of the unsung jewels of the Caribbean. He closes his eyes and does his sums. “About seven years after the end of the recession.”
We profile three Caribbean resorts in prime locations for those looking to enjoy a luxurious family retreat both on and off property. From the Cayman Islands to St. Lucia to Grenada, we highlight the trendiest amenities at these family-friendly Caribbean hotels.
The seasonal menu at Savvy’s pairs local Caribbean flavors with West Indian influences, and includes fresh vegetables from their gardens. The elegant atmosphere and stunning view of Grand Anse Beach make for a relaxing meal, be it a Caribbean Breakfast Special or linguini featuring the catch of the day.
Wishing you could whisk your better half away for a weekend? Maybe you need a break from your everyday routine. Or perhaps you’ve been yearning for a digital detox so you can unwind, recharge and reconnect. While you could travel anywhere, an underrated destination that’s located close to home could be the key to rekindling your romance. If you’re angling for an escape that’s convenient and stress-free, pack your bags for these eight under-the-radar romantic islands.
Grenada’s Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club announces the debut of eight new luxury Cinnamon Suites that debuted on July. Set above Grand Anse Beach, the resort’s new building and chic spacious accommodations grant guests expansive views across the cerulean blue bay to the capital of St. George’s.
ORBITZ Why Grenada should be at the top of your Caribbean wish list
Grenada may not top your list of must-see Caribbean islands, but it should. Less than an hour’s flight from Barbados to the northeast, this tiny and largely unspoiled “spice island” of about 100,000 people takes pride in the fact that they are unique from other places in the West Indies.
In the southeastern Caribbean north of Trinidad, Grenada — and the smaller sister isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique — is an increasingly popular getaway for Canadians looking for a respite from the winter winds. Gorgeous and green, the nation is affectionately dubbed the ‘Spice Island’ for the wonderfully fragrant nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves that grow in the fertile volcanic soil.
Less than an hour’s ight from its northern neighbor Barbados is the largely unspoiled tiny “spice island” of about 100,000 people. Grenadians are proud of the fact that they are unique from other places in the West Indies. For sure the vibe is different.
Dreaming of a tropical rainforest-filled honeymoon escape? Don’t set your sights solely on South America. One hundred miles north of Venezuela lies one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean – Grenada – nicknamed the “Spice of the Caribbean”.
A small island with rich volcanic soil, a deep jade rainforest interior and a clear turquoise sea surrounding it, Grenada is the nearest thing to the Garden of Eden in terms of sheer fertility and abundance of foods.
Grenada’s Ambassador for International Investment, Peter de Savary welcomes Hollywood Celebrities to Grenada
Michelle Rodriguez known for her roles in Fast and Furious and Avatar, and Kellan Lutz from Twilight and the brand new Hercules movie, holidayed at Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club during the New Year.
Over in the Caribbean the, Grenada has welcomed its first private residence club. Peter de Savary – the man behind such distinquished establishments as The Carnegie Club, the St. James Club and Bovey Castle – has created an exclusive membership experience…