The resort is family owned and managed by Sir Royston Hopkins and his three children, who have instilled a passion for a genuinely high standard of service in the hardworking team. Guests are greeted warmly on arrival, pampered by the beach service and thoroughly looked after throughout their stay, ensuring that Spice Island Beach Resort continues to win accolades for its superb service.Spice Island Beach Resort has just 64 suites: 32 of which are set directly on the beach and 17 with their own private pools. Our personal recommendation is to opt for a Seagrape Beach Suite which allows its guests to step directly from their patio on to the white sands of Grand Anse.
The dining at Spice Island Beach Resort is exquisite. Start with an a la carte breakfast followed by a fresh and seasonal lunch menu then complete your culinary experience with a seven course evening meal. Guests can dine on a vast selection of delightful dishes such as tempura and ceviche scallop with an orange dressing followed by grilled lobster tail, veal cutlets or chicken and black pudding ravioli topped off with an indulgent chocolate rum pudding.Guests at Spice Island can spend their days relaxing on the famous Grand Anse beach, being pampered with the hotel beach service, sipping a cocktail by the pool or enjoying a couple’s treatment at the spa. There is also a new open-air yoga pavilion overlooking Grand Anse Beach. More active guests can take part in a range of complimentary non-motorised watersports, visit the local market or explore many of Grenada’s national parks and its famous underwater sculpture park.
Spice Island Beach Resort is an exemplary display of fine dining, high service, high quality accommodation within its beautiful eight acre setting in Grenada. With many industry awards and accolades, the resort is continuously pushing itself to be even better under the watchful eye of owner Sir Royston Hopkins.
Last Visited By Trish, Travel Specialist
I had high expectations of Spice Island Beach Resort and it certainly did not disappoint - everything was as I imagined. The property is beautiful, the staff can't do enough for you, the food was really good and the beach is absolutely stunning.
I stayed in a Seagrape suite, which despite not being the top category, in my opinion is definitely the best. Waking up to the view of Grand Anse beach and stepping straight out on to the sand is pure paradise. Exactly what the Caribbean is all about!
Spice Island really is in the most stunning location beside one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, Grand Anse. It's the perfect resort for those looking to relax and enjoy total luxury and sheer indulgence, offering excellent cuisine, 5* service and beautiful accommodation.
The Seagrape suites are a favourite of the Tropic Breeze team as they literally are steps from the sand, with your own private terrace and hammock offering views of the Caribbean Sea - why would you want to move! Rooms have whirlpool baths and Molton Brown products and a fully stocked mini bar that's replenished daily - the feeling of luxury runs throughout the property. Nothing is too much trouble!With complimentary non-motorised water sports, a fantastic spa and exquisite cuisine we can see why so many people return year after year and whether you are travelling as a couple or a family (the Nutmeg Pod kids club is excellent) I feel confident you will fall in love with this beautiful resort, just as I did.