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Spice Island Beach Resort

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Its name is a gentle reminder of history past, when Grenada was the civilized world's most treasured source of exotic spices like cinnamon, mace and clove. Today, our name serves as a metaphor for the touch of spice we regularly add to the lives of each of our guests.


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Its name is a gentle reminder of history past, when Grenada was the civilized world's most treasured source of exotic spices like cinnamon, mace and clove. Today, our name serves as a metaphor for the touch of spice we regularly add to the lives of each of our guests. For to be a guest of Sir Royston Hopkin and his family, at the world-famous Spice Island Beach Resort, is to live in elegant luxury on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is a life experience like no other, with a choice of accommodation from the superb to the spectacular.

A private stretch of powder-fine sand is captivatingly framed by 32 beachfront suites featuring breezy exterior terraces and private lawn gardens. Presiding over these golden sands are the new Cinnamon and Saffron Suites. The lazy hammocks on the private porches of these elegant one-bedroom suites allow guests to languish in the spice-scented breezes. Custom-furnished, and available as one or two-bedrooms, these are a beach lover's dream.

Seventeen additional pool suites have their own private swimming pools and gardens just steps away from the ocean. The Royal Collection, Luxury Almond and Anthurium Pavilion Pool suites are all private oases that offer our guests an intimate experience like no other. With modern luxuries such as flat screen televisions, Italian Frette™ Linen, Molton Brown® amenities and en-suite bathrooms featuring whirlpool tubs and double vanities.

As of 15th December 2008 Spice Island Beach Resort will be a non-smoking resort. Smoking will not be allowed in public areas or in guest bedrooms.

Just 12 degrees north of the equator, bathed in the cooling Trade Winds, Grenada lies sleepily shrouded in a canopy of greenery. Here you will discover a place where the scent of spices, fruit and flowers intermingle to awaken your senses even before you raise your head from your pillow each morning.

Grenada is the 'Spice Isle' of the Caribbean; a geographical gem where visitors can soak up centuries of history, marvel at the island's ever-expanding rain forest, and chase after schools of brightly colored fish among the coral reefs. Its natural products, from exquisite spices to organically grown dark cocoa, are heralded by true connoisseurs. And its range of activities both on the island and off its shores rivals that of any vacation destination in the world.

Whether you arrive by ferry or plane, the moment you touch the soil of this seven-mile/eleven kilometer long island you will embrace a new perspective on time. And you will feel the pure warmth of its people, the first of whom were the Arawak-speaking Amerindians from South America. Much of their culture and many of their skills remain with us today, including shipbuilding and jewelry design. In fact, the history and culture of Grenada continues to be expressed through the music, dance, pageantry and poetry of the people who have come here over the centuries. It is a collection of native customs and European ownership, infused with African ancestry.

Archeological treasures include the bolder carvings of Duquesne Bay, depicting the faces of a far, far distant past. The National Museum in St. George's, the Carriacou Museum and the private Rome Museum at Walker are also home to rare antiques and collectibles.

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