4.5
Very Good 56 Reviews
Jetsetter Approved
This Hotel meets our standards
This hotel meets our standards, but we haven't stayed yet

What We Love

  • Complimentary Carib beers in your room’s mini-bar
  • Rotating art exhibits, part of the resort owner’s personal collection
  • Remote controlled floor-to-ceiling curtains in all guest suites
  • Local live band performances at the beach club-inspired restaurant

What To Know

  • The resort is just a three-minute drive from the island’s only golf course
  • All 43 suites face west, so expect enchanting sunset vistas
  • Most of the produce for the property’s restaurants is sourced from local, women-run farms
  • The resort includes five beachfront villas (private residences)

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
Disclaimer: This content was accurate at the time the hotel was reviewed. Please check our partner sites when booking to verify that details are still correct.

Overview

Grenada's swankiest resort features the Caribbean’s longest pool and prime seafront access to Grand Anse Beach

The Lowdown

This Spice Island stunner is not your typical tropical all-inclusive. For one, it’s remarkably easy on the eyes—a grown-up blend of neutral hues and natural materials like gray granite and South American bullet wood that put a contemporary spin on Caribbean comfort. Then there’s the property’s next-gen gadget spread: rooms come with Smart TVs, iPod docks, and serious soundproofing. You’ll also find two restaurants: Asiatique serves up Thai classics spiked with Grenadian spices, while a more laid-back grill option (where an in-house DJ makes regular appearances in the PM hours) features just-caught seafood and Black Angus cuts given the Jasper oven treatment. No single spot captures the ethos of this sophisticated seaside retreat, however, better than Puro, the swanky cigar and rum bar that specializes in small-batch versions of the iconic sugarcane spirit. The views of the infinity pool and Grand Anse Bay don’t hurt, either.

In the Area

Despite its rugged surroundings, Silversands is actually just a short distance from the Grand Anse Shopping Center and Fort George, known for sweeping views. The island is best known for its breathtaking natural attractions like magical scuba dives and organic farms and plantations (nutmeg and cocoa are especially prevalent here)—ask the attentive resort staff for planning assistance, and they’ll gladly oblige. JS Tip: Book an all-day taxi rental with a trusted local driver familiar with the area’s hills and twisty turns. For some otherworldly R&R, take advantage of what is arguably the three-island nation’s most prized beach. Lucky for you, Grand Anse, that silky two-mile strand, is your unofficial backyard.

How to Get There

Silversands Grenada
Grand Anse Main Road
St. George's, Grenada

Reviews

Silversands Grenada- My best vacation to date!
Wthame

I have so much to say about this place so I will try to include everything. At the outset, let me just state that Silversands Grenada is undoubtedly the best hotel I have ever been to. We traveled here in October of 2019 and from the moment we landed, everything was amazing. Our flight landed a bit earlier and I called the hotel to let them know. The assured me that the driver was already waiting for us. When we exited the airport, we were greeted by a very professional hotel driver and a Tesla Model X!! We were then whisked away to the hotel and given a quick lesson about the island. The driver was extremely knowledgeable and super friendly as he answered my many questions (I can sometimes be extraordinarily inquisitive). The hotel is very close to the airport and I honestly do not have the appropriate words to describe the view as we entered the property. It was truly remarkable. As our mouths hung open from what our eyes had just witnessed, we were greeted by some of the staff from the hotel who were awaiting our arrival. They welcomed us with a drink, a wet towel and open arms. It was as if we were long lost relatives who had returned home for the holidays. We immediately made our way to our room which was a junior suite located on the third floor (I can assure you, these rooms have the best views). We checked in from inside the room and was given a quick run down of the amenities etc. (I honestly barely heard as I was mesmerized by the sprawling view of the ocean). Our suite was magnificently decorated and had two bathrooms, a living room area with a TV, a bar room and of course the bed that faced that unforgettable view. We were in heaven. We then made our way to the Grenadian Grill for lunch. The food was delicious!! We both had the "catch of the day" sandwich which was a fresh as it was satisfying. We then returned to our room to change for the pool. There was a welcome bottle of wine and some pastries along with a handwritten welcome note, (you know, the ones that make you feel all fuzzy inside). We quickly changed and headed back downstairs to swim in what has been described as "the longest pool in the Caribbean". The infinity pool only continued to wow us as the sun began to set. It was divine to say the least. Every single person that we came across since our arrival greeted us with such warmth and many of them knew our names. We were then recommended some outside restaurants by the hotel which were also really good. We dined at "Victory" and had some tasty garlic butter fish which only cost about $44. The next morning we had breakfast which was complimentary. I have had complimentary breakfast at other places and have not been impressed but this was a totally different situation! The breakfast was amazing, and there was also a selection of fresh juices each morning. My favorite was the golden apple (thank me later). The hotel then arranged an island tour of us where we got to see some really interesting parts of the island. We also visited the Belmont Estate and had lunch there which was also really good. The hotel also has a quite impressive liquor and cigar bar where you will find some of the rarest scotch and the likes. I was lucky enough to feast my eyes upon a bottle of Hennessy 8 (only 250 ever made). The morning we left, all the staff at the front desk came to see us off as we drove off. Overall, what you can expect from this property is amazing service, world class food, a pristine property, and gorgeous well appointed rooms. The beach is also really clean which is always a plus in my book. What i enjoyed even more about the hotel is that they went above and beyond to cater to us. You would do yourself a great disservice if you did not place this property at the very top of your travel list. I am already planning my return!.

Anniversary celebration
sanyalawrence1

This hotel is breathtaking, the attention to detail can be seen with throughout the property, from the design of the landscape to the architecture of the building and the swimming pool. The staff is just amazing they treated us like family. The food is delicious, made to order, not just sitting at a buffet station. The service is bar none and I cant wait to go back to this beautiful property.

A slice of heaven on earth.
SunshineHarley

Exceptional service, perfectly ocated on the world renowned Grand Anse Beach with breath taking views. I’ve traveled the world and have never been to a resort where EVERYONE was so professional and amicable. The staff went above and beyond for all requests and added to the already luxurious accommodations. The room was impeccable; very comfortable and spacious, with state of the art technology and amenities. I ate at both restaurants and the food was very tasty. A spa treatment is a must! I did two treatments and was pleased both times. 4 days was not enough. Thank you Silversands for a phenomenal stay!