What's New in Grenada


Apparently, Grenada and St. Kitts got the same memo. Like St. Kitts, Grenada recently released an update on the island’s latest developments. Here’s what Grenada wants you to know.

The Port Louis Marina and Creole Village was officially ready for business at a grand opening ceremony on January 4, days after the news of a major joint venture between the de Savary Group and the largest marina developer in the world, Camper & Nicholsons.  In the new partnership, Camper & Nicholsons will invest $24 million to market and develop the Port Louis Marina into one of the most exclusive marinas in the world. The Victory Bar & Grill II, which is the first major development at the Port Louis Marina, has been fully operational since May. Grenada’s first boutique villa resort, Mount Cinnamon Grenada, was officially opened on March 1 with 21, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites and villas, the smallest of which is more than 1,200 square feet in size. The five-star luxury project Bacolet Bay Resort and Spa was launched in February of last year, and construction is on schedule. The completion date for the entire project is targeted for the first half of 2011, but phase one is expected to be completed by the end of 2009. These are just a few of the many developments taking place in Grenada. For a full listing, visit www.grenadagrenadines.com.

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