Spice Island Beach Resort

With a stellar location on the serene sands of Grand Anse, Grenada’s favourite beach, this famed all-inclusive resort features beautiful accommodation, first-rate dining, family-friendly touches and fabulous service.

There is a good wellness offering, with everything from yoga classes to a sumptuous spa to dip into and a range of activities on offer, such as paddleboarding, sailing and golf.

Facilities & Activities

With so much included, you could happily spend your whole holiday without ever stepping outside the resort. Facilities include a beautiful, meandering swimming pool and a tennis court. Guests also have complimentary access to the well-equipped, modern gym and an impressive schedule of yoga classes, which take place in a peaceful open-air pavilion and range from energizing vinyasa to relaxing yin stretches. You can also borrow complimentary bikes or tee off at the local golf course.

The spa is tucked away in secluded gardens and features 4 treatment rooms, open-air rain showers, a sauna, a relaxation lounge and cascading water wall. Its pretty courtyard provides a heavenly place to unwind. Highlights from the spa menu include a men’s facial and a nourishing chocolate body wrap, with ‘tree to bar’ ingredients from local Grenadian chocolate.

Grand Anse Beach is right on the doorstep – a two-mile stretch of picture-postcard white sands, turquoise water and lush green palm trees. Here, hotel staff cater to your every whim, checking you have a lounger and bringing you cold towels and refreshing drinks. The water sports centre offers activities including Hobie Cat sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling and PADI-certified diving.

The resort also has a duty-free shop, the Gatsby Boutique, selling designer clothing and accessories.

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The resort has two main restaurants serving fresh, local fare. A seven-course tasting menu is available five nights a week, with a Caribbean-themed night and a barbecue on the remaining evenings, though guests are welcome to request a more informal dinner, too.

Sea and Surf Terrace offers casual dining with sea views. Perfect for a relaxed lunch, its menu blends Caribbean and international flavours. Expect everything from kingfish ceviche with ginger mayo to club sandwiches and Greek salads.

For something more formal, Oliver’s serves elaborate dinners on crisp, white tablecloths. Think blue cheese ravioli, beef tenderloin or mushroom tart with parmesan cream. The breakfast buffet options are plentiful; they range from local dishes, such as fish creole, to fresh fruit platters, poached eggs and Belgian waffles with Grenadian chocolate sauce.

A new restaurant is set to open by the end of 2023, offering toe-in-the-sand lunchtime dining.


With oodles of space, spa-style bathrooms and four-poster beds that look right out to sea, the 64 Suites at Spice Island Beach Resort offer luxury in spades. The décor is chic, with neutral colour palettes, elegant wood furniture and the odd plant or vibrant cushion to pep things up. All rooms feature voice-activated Alexa devices, USB charging points and Molton Brown toiletries.

Choose from 6 categories, ranging from vast Beachfront Suites with private pools to the smaller Garden Suites, which are a short walk from the sea. The 4 Royal Collection Pool Suites are extra special – mini-villas featuring marble bathrooms with huge tubs, they are ideal for couples. There is a good range of accommodation options for families – see more in our Family tab.

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Families are well catered for at Spice Island Beach Resort, and that starts with the accommodation options. Many suites, including the Seagrape Beach Suites, have a sleeper sofa that equates to a small double-size bed. It’s ideal for 2 children aged under 12 who share free of charge (you just need to pay for their all-inclusive supplement). Rooms with private pools can only be allocated when all occupants are aged over 16 years. Connecting rooms with a king and 2 double beds is an option in the Oleander and Seagrape categories. Children will love the Spice Kids gift bag that awaits them in their room.

Children aged 4 -12 years are welcome in the supervised children’s club, though exceptions can be made for children aged over 3 years provided they are potty trained. It’s open daily between 9am and 5pm but also on some evenings, perfect for parents seeking a quieter dinner.

Oliver’s restaurant allows children aged 5 and older, so for younger families or those just after a more relaxed atmosphere, try Sea and Surf Terrace, which has the same menu for adults plus a children’s menu.


The resort has a Green Globe Certified programme that incorporates training plus indoor and outdoor initiatives. These include employing a dedicated Environmental Officer, using hot water solar heating, a desalination plant and consumption-reducing devices such as energy-efficient bulbs. The resort has its own natural compost and uses biodegradable straws and compostable cups. Other sustainable initiatives include community clean-ups and replanting beachfront trees.

Local children are supported via the Sir Royston Hopkins Scholarship Fund.


The resort is located at the Southern, quieter end of Grand Anse Beach with its golden sand and calm water that’s perfect for swimming. It’s a peaceful spot, though there are some restaurants and shops within easy walking distance (or hop on a bike, supplied by the hotel free of charge).

You’re also only a 10-minute drive from the International Airport.

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