With 40 years in travel and hundreds of experts ready to help you realise your dream holiday.
A decidedly grown-up hotel, Silversands Grenada combines sleek, modernist design with top-notch facilities. Five different restaurants and bars offer up everything from pan-Asian dishes to authentic Grenadian cuisine, while drinks menus feature sake and shochu alongside Champagne and creative cocktails. At the heart of the resort, between swaying palms and cosy cabanas, you’ll find a prolonged infinity pool that looks like its flowing directly into the ocean. At 100 metres long, it can lay claim to being the longest pool anywhere in the Caribbean.
Silversands Grenada isn’t the sort of place you’ll want to leave in a hurry. But, having travelled all this way, it would be a shame not to venture further afield and discover more of the Spice Island. The resort can arrange various trips, so you’ll have ample opportunity to explore and immerse yourself in Grenada’s rich culture. You might want to tour a nutmeg plantation, taste rum at a historic, water-propelled distillery or breathe in the intoxicating aromas at a spice market. Alternatively, you could spend a day chasing waterfalls, diving amongst shipwrecks, or snorkelling at an underwater sculpture park. Or why not end your day with a delightful sunset cruise?
Located in the southeast corner of the island, just a 10-minute drive from St George’s, Silversands Grenada has bagged itself an excellent location. It stands right on Grand Anse Beach – a glorious, two-mile stretch of powdery sand that’s amongst the best in the country. Although the section right in front of the resort is open to the public, it’s generally pretty quiet, and the water here is calm and ideal for swimming. Plus, the hotel provides complimentary snorkelling gear, kayaks and paddleboards, so there’s no excuse not to get out and explore.
Open daily for dinner, this fine-dining restaurant serves modern Thai cuisine which incorporates aromatic Grenadian spices. You can eat indoors, in the light and airy dining room, or outside on one of two terraces. And a 1,000-bottle wine list and extensive cocktail menu mean you won’t go thirsty.
Located opposite the Asiatique restaurant, this vibrant bar is the place to sip delicious cocktails or sample premium spirits, including a sizable selection of Japanese whiskeys. And if you’re feeling peckish, you can choose from an array of caviar, Asian-style tapas or dim sum.
This 62-seat beachside restaurant is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The menu shines a spotlight on local produce, including freshly caught seafood, and the impressive wine list features a range of unique rosés and refined Champagnes.
Sleek and sophisticated, this rum and cigar bar is open from 3pm to 11pm every day. Here, you can sip rare, small batch selections from the world’s finest rum distilleries while also enjoying a range of savoury snacks.
Enjoy ocean views and a gentle breeze at this al fresco eatery while tucking into Mediterranean or authentic Grenadian dishes. During the day, the atmosphere is extremely relaxed, while things feel a little more refined come evening. And if you stop by at the end of the afternoon, you can take in the spectacular sunset and listen to some tunes from local bands on the beachfront deck.
In keeping with the overall aesthetic of the resort, all rooms, suites and villas at Silversands Grenada are strikingly minimalist, with a neutral, pared-back colour palette. Limestone tiles, slatted walls and light-coloured wooden flooring keep things feeling trendy yet luxurious, while floor-to-ceiling windows mean rooms are flooded with light.
Travelbag is part of dnata – one of the world’s largest air and travel services providers.
In recognition of our knowledgeable team and great customer service, we’ve been named Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended.
Travelbag is covered by ABTA, ATOL and IATA, so you can rest assured that your holiday is safe and secure.