The Royalton Grenada Resort Reopens in Spice Isle

The Royalton Grenada Resort in Spice Isle (a.k.a. Grenada) has recently reopened to guests — and we can’t recommend it enough. The resort’s not much to look at, but the Royalton’s location is prime: right on the water and close to the airport, and it’s a quick drive to several of the island’s top beaches (including the best and most affordable beach club in the country, called Simply).

The Royalton Grenada Resort, an all-inclusive resort in Grenada, is back in operation after suffering a major setback due to a fire. The resort has been a popular all-inclusive destination for travelers seeking a relaxing vacation away from home.

On the east coast of the Caribbean, the Royalton Grenada Resort & Spa is a destination that has been keeping locals and vacationers alike happy with its Caribbean charm and all-inclusive experience for more than 60 years. Located on a quiet, remote island in the Grenadines, the resort is a perfect spot for a relaxing getaway with a fun-loving attitude.

WHY IT RATES: The Royalton Grenada Resort is a luxury basecamp from which to explore Grenada, a developing Caribbean island. – Associate Writer Lacey Pfalz

Royalton Grenada Resort, Royalton Luxury Resorts’ newest all-inclusive resort, will reopen on October 1, 2021, according to Blue Diamond Resorts. The newest All-in Luxury resort in Tamarind Bay, with direct access to two of the island’s most welcoming white-sand beaches, offers an enhanced degree of hospitality to this beautiful location.

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Grenada is a developing tourist destination rich in culture, history, and adventure that offers both exploration and leisure, as well as some of the finest diving sites in the world and an amazing culinary scene. Grenada is known as the “Spice Isle” because of its huge export of spices, particularly nutmeg. It also has a diverse fauna, including 184 bird species and one endemic to the island, the Grenada dove.

Jordi Pelfort, President of Sunwing Travel Group’s Hotels and Resorts, says, “We are delighted to welcome back our discriminating guests to enjoy a five-star luxury holiday on the famous Spice Isle.” “With Blue Diamond Resorts’ growth into the Eastern Caribbean, visitors will have additional chances to experience Royalton’s unique services in Grenada’s exotic setting.”

The resort offers 269 well-appointed accommodations with rain showers, soaker tubs, and handcrafted DreamBed mattresses, 24-hour room service, complimentary non-motorized water sports, All-in Connectivity offering free high-speed Wi-Fi resort-wide, a world-class spa, and more, in addition to its enviable beachfront location only five minutes from Maurice Bishop International Airport.

Guests may dine at the resort’s à la carte restaurants without making a reservation and select from a variety of cuisines, including Ma Maison, a French bistro-style diner. This unique dining concept, a first for the Royalton Luxury Resorts portfolio, provides genuine food in a stunning waterfront location. Guests may also upgrade to the Diamond ClubTM, which includes premium service, dedicated pool and beach areas, preferred room placements, and access to the Diamond Club lounge.

The main pool area overlooking the ocean at the Royalton Grenada Resort. The Royalton Grenada Resort’s main pool area overlooks the ocean. (Image courtesy of Blue Diamond Resorts)

Grenada, which was just designated the World’s Culinary Capital, is deserving of a spot on your bucket list, according to Jordi Pelfort. “Come for the people who call this wonderful place home, not for the culture and beautiful surroundings.”

Royalton Grenada is providing special offers for guests’ first All-In Luxury vacation back to the tropics to commemorate the reopening. For a limited time, guests can enjoy rates beginning at $168USD per night, plus an additional $600USD in resort credits.

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The Royalton Grenada Resort in Hillcrest, has reopened after a long closure period due to renovations.  The new name is the Royalton Spice Isle Resort.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort is in Hillcrest, an area that is known for its nightlife in Grenada.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort has many elegant rooms, each with their own unique design.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort has recently added two restaurants.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort is open 6am- 6pm daily.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort is located at 25 Bridge Street, Grenada, West Indies.  The Royalton Spice Isle Resort’s contact number is +. Read more about royalton grenada restaurants and let us know what you think.

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