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
Parking on site
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22-room boutique hillside hideout overlooking Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach, with a pool, tennis court, bar and restaurant
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.
Mount Cinnamon Grenada
St Georges, Grenada
How to Get There
Flights are available to Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers are available to/from GND, about 10 minutes away, for approximately $25 per person for up to four passengers (plus $10 for each additional person), each way, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis are available to/from GND for approximately $15, each way.