Located on Spice Island, the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort offers the complete Caribbean experience with beachfront rooms, a rejuvenating spa, a dive shop and four island-themed restaurants on site. Relax on your private balcony before exploring the enchanting Grand Anse Beach, just steps away. With a bus station just outside and Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) about six kilometres away, getting around the island is simple.
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Hotel amenities & services
Thanks to a crystal-clear waterfall flowing into the pool, a swim-up bar and vibrant gardens, you may find it difficult to choose between the ocean and the pool. Take advantage of these amenities:
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Our rooms & suites
With shiny tiled floors, cheerful themes, and spacious patios and balconies, our 229 rooms and suites provide an inviting island escape. Enjoy these in-room features:
For a romantic getaway, reserve the Executive Beachfront Suite with these upgrades:
Where to eat while you’re here
When you’re ready for a plate of mouth-watering local or international cuisine, choose from four on-site restaurants. Bamboo Lounge offers a casual setting for listening to live music while sharing drinks and appetizers with friends. Let the tropical gardens and the breezy beach serve as the backdrop for an elegant breakfast or dinner at Tradewinds Restaurant, or enjoy poolside favourites at the swim-up Oasis Pool Grill. Next to the pool, you can find more tasty eats and drinks while you watch the horizon at Sunset Beach Bar. Visit the Manager’s Reception on Tuesday evenings for complimentary drinks and snacks, or order 24-hour room service for a private meal.
Things to do in St. George’s
Grenada offers more than just sun and sand for beach bums. Make your trip memorable with these unique activities:
Scuba Diving – With the scuba shop located on site, you can easily embark on an underwater adventure through the Caribbean’s colourful reefs. Let a PADI scuba instructor take you out to sea where you can explore the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean.
Grand Étang National Park – Find a change of scenery from the sands of Grand Anse Beach when you explore this park about a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Featuring a bright blue lake and lush rainforests with hiking trails of various lengths and difficulty levels, Grand Étang National Park is situated at the base of an extinct volcano.
Grenada Hash House Harriers – If you like rum and running, then meet the Grenada Hash House Harriers at a designated rum shop on Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. There, anywhere from 50 to a few hundred runners and walkers of all ages and skill levels convene to explore Grenada’s most beautiful terrain on foot. Upon the hash master’s go-ahead, the group takes off on a trail marked by flour and shredded paper that eventually circles back to the rum shop.
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Groups & meetings
Offering 12,000 square feet of meeting space, the Radisson Resort in St. George’s provides a flexible venue for business and social events. Plan a cocktail reception in our spacious foyer, or host a banquet in the Crown Ballroom. For those dreaming of a Caribbean wedding, our beachside gazebo and tropical gardens provide enchanting settings for saying “I do.”
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Beautiful experiences await near our Grenada hotel
Native Spirit prides itself on being the first and only Grenadian owned and operated scuba diving and watersports center on the island of Grenada. They are a small and flexible company offering individual and personalized service.
At the helm is Adrian (Sarge) Blackman—easily one of the most recognised PADI Scuba Instructors on the island of Grenada. His numerous dive certifications, coupled with over 22 years of experience in these waters, has seen him involved in the training of many Grenadian scuba diving professionals. Adrian has become renowned for his unbending commitment to dive safety, and for his wealth of first-hand knowledge of Grenada's reefs, walls and wrecks, which he has been diving longer than any other active PADI scuba diving instructor.
For more information, please visit www.nativespiritscuba.com.