Grenada Resort Joins Elite Island Resorts

Elite Island Resorts, which offers a portfolio of resorts in the Caribbean, announced today a new partnership with Mount Cinnamon, a boutique resort in Grenada.

Mount Cinnamon is a luxury boutique collection of 21 villas and suites. The resort was built by international entrepreneur Peter de Savary, founder of the worldwide St. James’s Clubs in London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York and Antigua as well as The Abaco Club, Bahamas; Carnegie Abbey Newport, Rhode Island; Skibo Castle, Scotland and many more.

“Mount Cinnamon is an ideal fit for our collection,” said Elite Island Resorts President Steven Heydt in a written statement. “We know the Caribbean and understand the unique offerings that only Mount Cinnamon’s luxurious surroundings and service team can provide. We are eager to introduce the resort to a larger audience of selective and discerning travelers.”

One of Mount Cinnamon’s most attractive features is its location, which offers close proximity to Grenada’s attractions, shopping and nightlife while guests stay only steps from one of the Caribbean’s most prized private beaches.

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