Selling Grenada’s Top Resorts for Millennials

Kristen DeAngelo at Laluna Resort

Sandals LaSource Grenada introduced many clients to the island of Grenada when the chic all-inclusive first opened its doors about four years ago, putting the "Island of Spice" on the radars of most Millennial travelers. 

But many Grenada specialists will tell you that Sandals, while it may be garnering the most buzz of any of Grenada's resorts, is not alone on the island when it comes to resorts catering to the experiential traveler.

In no particular order, here are five resorts that will impress Millennials and some hot tips on selling each:

Mount Cinnamon Grenada

Mount Cinnamon offers a unique, tropical paradise with modern-style rooms offering ocean views, making it a solid fit for both honeymooners and couples in general. 

Active travelers will love the sports and life-size games available right on the beach after grabbing lunch at Savvy’s. Be sure to check out the spa, which uses products infused with cinnamon and nutmeg, both indigenous to the island. Perhaps the best selling point for Millennials is that the resort is set up on the hillside with incredible ocean views, inspiring a romantic vibe.


Spice Island Beach Resort

This luxury resort comes with modern-style rooms and villas that are great for Millennial honeymooners or a couples retreat. Whether it's an oceanfront suite with your own private patio that connects right to the sand or a pool suite that feels like your own apartment equipped with your very own private swimming or plunge pool, these secluded and quiet suites have romantic getaway written all over them.

This is an all-inclusive resort is also a hotspot for the health-conscious traveler. Those who enjoy wellness can experience yoga beach side on a popular stretch of Grand Anse Beach.


Sandals LaSource Grenada

Millennials looking for a modern, new, but quiet resort experience should check out Sandals LaSource Grenada. 

The swim-up pool bar and giant hot tub are where you will find a crowd of all ages throughout the day with a DJ and daily entertainment. The fire pit areas, which are located on the beach and also in the middle of the main pool, are great for young honeymoon couples looking to relax for the night.

Be sure to check out Dino’s Pizzeria for lunch. This is the best pizza around. For dinner, make reservations at Butch’s Chophouse and try also Le Jardinier for more top notch cuisine.


Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel

Millennials will love the warm, friendly staff at Calabash. Foodies will love the variety of unique cuisine offered at two of the best restaurants on the island of Grenada: Rhodes Restaurant and The Beach Club.

Guests here will also find chic, inviting rooms and an impressive stretch of gorgeous beach. Also, don’t forget to check out the plunge pool and the variety of activities offered at the resort.


Laluna Resort

This secluded, romantic, boutique resort makes for a solid pitch to Millennial honeymooners or all couples looking for a quiet getaway. This is also a great resort for couples with a taste for health and wellness.

Millennials staying here can either spend some time on the beautiful stretch of beach on the southern coast of Grenada or relax in the Balinese-infused spa. Perhaps the coolest hotspot for Millennials here, however, is the infinity pool overlooking the ocean. This is a great area to grab a drink and hang out after dinner.

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