Mount Cinnamon Grenada
What We Love
- Spacious air-conditioned villas have full kitchens and ocean views
- It’s an intimate hotel with big resort amenities: tennis court, beach volleyball, daily yoga sessions and non-motorized water sports (kayaks, paddleboards, etc.)
- Grand Anse Beach stretches two miles around the curve of the bay, just below the hotel
- Easy access to the island’s centuries-old spice plantations, which grow nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and cocoa
What To Know
- The beach is just a five-minute walk down the hill
- The vibe is low-key and relaxed — much like the island itself
- Babysitting services are available
- Pets under 25 pounds are permitted at no additional cost
- The property opened in 2008
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
On a hillside overlooking Grand Anse Beach, the 22-room Mount Cinnamon boutique hotel mixes the best of old Grenada (historic plantations, lively local bars) and new (modern amenities and a buzzing capital). It has a prized coastal position, but the vibe is low-key and relaxed—much like the island itself. The One-Bedroom Suites and villas are set among tropical gardens and have bursts of bright lime, orange and fuchsia in the large sitting areas, as well as modern kitchens fitted with breakfast bars and Smeg refrigerators. All of the units have air conditioning, and most come with private terraces overlooking Grand Anse Beach and the Caribbean Sea. In contrast to the modern interiors, the colonial-style buildings have red tile roofs that add a quirky historic charm—which is also evident at the popular Savvy’s restaurant. This lively spot is a destination for locals thanks to its traditional West Indian menu (fresh local seafood and spiced banana bread crumble), which is written on a chalkboard and changes daily. Elsewhere, there’s a swimming pool, tennis court, beach volleyball, daily yoga sessions and non-motorized water sports (kayaks, paddleboards, etc.), but if you just want to hang out on the beach with a drink in your hand, that’s fine too.
In the Area
Hike through the Grand Etang rainforest to the Seven Sisters waterfalls for a cooling dip, or trek to see and feed wild mona monkeys. Afterward, get lunch or happy hour drinks at the Dodgy Dock Lounge Bar, where you can enjoy calypso, reggae and live jazz. Visit the Belmont Estate, a 17th-century plantation, and learn why Grenada is called the Spice Isle, before chartering a yacht and admiring the island from a different vantage point. If shopping’s your thing, stop by Veronica’s Vision, a boutique that supports Grenada’s nutmeg industry and sells vibrant nutmeg-theme prints as wearable art, historical charts, syrup and rum.
How to Get There
Had a wonderful stay with my husband !
We went for a weekend to get away before we had our baby.
We felt very welcomed and like family from start to end. The food was delicious !
Breakfast is very basic but all other meals and homemade ice cream are on point !
The beach is almost like a private beach so day time swimming is perfect and relaxing. We had some dinners on the beach and that added to the Caribbean experience. Love the s’mores that we roasted one night with Grenadian chocolate. Yum
The bedrooms were also very comfortable and felt very clean. Overall a great stay and highly recommend !
When we saw the sign "Mount Cinnamon" we decided that all these plants and flowers were made for the tourists. We were not the only ones.
We thought that The "Mount Cinnamon" was a botanical Gardens. It was so beautiful!
They had so many beautiful flowers. There were a lot of oleanders. The palm trees were majestic as well.
There were some benches and a volleyball and chess.
We enjoyed the botanical gardens. Still we did not know who was the one who placed that botanical Gardens. Worthwhile to see and it is free.
I legitimately am having a hard time coming up with the accuracy in my praise for this resort. We were greeted by Mark the general manager and made to feel like we were entering his home instead of a boutique resort.
Our room was beyond our expectations with beautiful furnishings and the time taken to pay attention to the small things such as having our son’s sleep sofa set up and made.
Shawna went out of her way to care for us and answer all questions so patiently and kindly- all week (I’m an inquisitive 4th grade teacher in the states). She was never flustered and always gave the very best advice!
Carlene, I cannot praise enough either. Such an elegant polished professional! It was such a pleasure talking with her and learning from her at the managers cocktail reception which is a MUST! Also the Friday night bbq bonfire is also a must!
Charlene (the spa manager) and Faith gave us an amazing end of week couples massage and were so kind, sweet, and attentive. Their hands were miracle workers.
I can’t thank the entire staff at Mt. cinnamon enough for making our week’s stay exceptional and beautiful.
We had fantastic food at the resort.....dinner our first night was fabulous and the few days we had lunch at the beach bar we were thoroughly pleased as well! Fresh local and exceptional!
We had a fantastic and beautiful meal at Laluna! Do NOT miss the sunset here!
Sails in St. George’s was good but we were only 1 of three tables filled. Kind of too quiet for us but food was still good.
Umbrellas is better for lunch than dinner or we all simply ordered “wrong”.
The Calabash resort was pricy but gorgeous! We just went for drink so cannot comment on food.
The Aquarium on Magazine Beach was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon and have lunches!
Mt. Cinnamons location on the beach is perfect! You’re at the far end of Grand Anse so you’re private and quiet yet only a short walk to liveliness and beach bars!
My hat goes off to Mark and his staff....they made our stay on a fantastic and beautiful island even more memorable because of their hospitality and kindness! Kudos to you all.....
Kevin, Kristen, & Evan Cooney