4.5
Very Good 37 Reviews
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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
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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

4.5 Very Good 37 Reviews
Nothing like it!!
Reviewed 4 days ago

I loved the Silver Sands Grenada and my experience was out of this world! The most beautiful resort & excellent staff! Can’t get any better than this! Special thanks to Rennate for all your help and excellent service!

Fantastic Holiday
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have spent 4 days at the siversands grenada, and need to admit - it has been one of the best hotel experience in my life so far. Knowing the high end hotels scene very well - due to travels & business, the Silversands offers an absolutely amazing stay. Staff are extremly well trained, location is wonderful and rooms are design & technological wise on the highest standard of this time. I have travelled most most of the caribbean and its hotels, and I have experienced at the silversands an absolutely amazing stay, done by perfect and highly compentent Hotel Manager. Thanks to Mr. Roterberg an his team.
I am looking forward to come back

One of the best restaurants on island
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This property is newly opened and the owner did not spare any expense. Upon entering the property you are greeting by smiles and exciting staff, almost as if you are welcomed to someones home. As a new property I do hope this remains as sometimes these things dwindle away. My visit here was to try the restaurants. There are two; the Grenadian Grill and the Asiatique. I can only visited the Grenadian Grill but before telling my experience I must say that when one passes on the outside of the property you can't help but admire the view of the pool that seems to end in the sea. Upon my visit I was given an excellent tour and was told that the pool was the longest in the Caribbean, some 100 metres. At night it just transcends into the perfect atmosphere.
Diner at the Grenadian Grill was by far excellent. The staff were courteous and friendly. The food was delicious, probably the best steak on the island. The lobster salad and shrimp appetizers are not only well presented but unique.
Having not being a guest to share my thoughts of the accommodation, I was given a tour of a room. The rooms here are of the latest design and technology sophisticated. Just picture lying on the bed and having the blinds pulled by the push of a button and there is more. A must to see and stay if you can.

Question?
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hi everyone. I’m wondering do we have anything breakfast program like buffet or something? Also, if we have a breakfast buffet then will you have food for lunch and diner too? Thank you very much. I am very interested in this place and I would go to someday.

Stunning hotel out of this wirld
Reviewed 1 month ago

Thoroughly enjoyed our meal at Asiatique restaurant, all the local staff were so professional, efficient and friendly and service was wonderful, Cheryl, Alison, Jevon, Devon to name a few...setting is out of this world, food was great too, highest compliments to chef especially the dim sum and sushi we will return thanks so much for a great evening!!!