Luxury Resort in Grenada Offers Clients Private Pool Suites at a Discount

spice island beach resort, grenadaGrenada's Spice Island Beach Resort is highlighting its private pool suites for discerning guests looking to indulge in a little romance. Now through December 15, clients can take advantage of reduced off-season rates, which represent a savings up to 30 percent compared to the winter season.

Spice Island Beach Resort features three private pool suite categories, beginning with the charming Anthurium Pool Suites.  The highlight of the 1,200-square-foot Anthurium Pool Suites  the 12' x 16' plunge pools, but guests will also enjoy a private terrace with a double daybed for relaxing and reading as well as private sun beds with umbrellas poolside - all located just steps away from the ocean.

Clients can supersize their pool by booking one of the resort's 1,500 square-foot Luxury Almond Pool Suites, which includes a 16' x 20' residential-size swimming pool as well as guests' own private entrance, tropical garden and outdoor dining terrace. Bedrooms are decorated in contemporary Caribbean style and feature a luxurious canopy bed, making these suites an ideal setting for the perfect romantic retreat.  An elegantly furnished bathroom with a whirlpool tub adds a touch of Caribbean romance to every evening.

The ultimate private pool experience at Spice Island Beach Resort, however, are the Royal Collection Pool Suites, which also feature 16' x 20' residential-size swimming pools. The Royal Collection Suites are the quintessential honeymooner's dream and the epitome of royal elegance featuring a full-scale living room, enchanting marble bathroom and private Cedar Sauna.


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