Allamanda Beach Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Morne Rouge Grand Anse, P.O.Box 27, St. George's, Grenada, 00000, Caribbean
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples70
  • Solo75
  • Business33

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Jammer jump off

by gdgo

We wanted to cruise the most remote, secluded islands on board the smallest, most intimate ship - so we picked the Yankee Clipper which sailed out of St. Georges.
We flew from Rochester, thru Chicago to San Juan, PR to Grenada on a v-e-r-y long Saturday. Stayed at the Allamanda Beach Resort Saturday nite. Nice place with an absolutely fantastic restaurant on the premises… you have to check out this restaurant out if you go to Grenada (it’s the best kept secret on the island).
That Grenada was beautiful is an understatement, but the strolling vendors were very pushy trying to sell local wares and after the first twenty it became very annoying. Nevertheless, the food was fantastic, the Carib beer was cold and the Grand Anse beach was hot! Met some other passengers at the Tropicana (good food) for “brunch” prior to Sunday night stowaway on board the Clipper.
The ship motored out of the harbor Monday afternoon and once clear - raised the sails to Amazing Grace wafting on the ocean breeze (actually this song was played whenever the sails were raised). Anchored off Carriacou for dinner and some crab races and set sail again later that evening for Bequia. Tried to sleep on deck, but the sails make ALOT of noise. Stayed up late anyway sipping Carib and gawking at all the stars. If you've never been out at sea on a “non-foo foo” cruise, it is an incredible thing to see stars from horizon to horizon with no light pollution. Breathtaking…

[Since Bequia is actually in the St. Vincent & the Grenadines, the middle portion of this travelogue is continued there.]

…After leaving Mayreau, we stopped at Carriacou for customs into Grenada. Went ashore for a short while to purchase some Jack Iron Rum, but opted out after being warned that if the bottle leaked it could eat a hole in our luggage. Supposedly some variations are 180 proof !!! (there’s obviously a reason why it has a skull on the label)
Sadly sailed into St. George’s on Friday night and kept buying Carib’s because we could bring ourselves to face the fact that our incredible week was over.

We will definitely be back soon.

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How's life in Grenada nowadays?

by FinnishBlonde

I'm going to the tiny Caribbean island Grenada already this month. This is my first time. How is life there nowadays, after the hurricane Ivan, which destroyed island in September 2004?

Do you know cheap hotels and accomodation there? We would stay a month. A simple and clean place would be just nice and enough for us.

I'm travelling with my 2-year old son. We are going to bath in the sea and just lay in the sun. We are sporty people, so nature park and walking the forests would be interesting.

Best wishes from Finland (Scandinavia)!

Re: How's life in Grenada nowadays?

by LisaMJ

I Love Grenada! Try this website and it gives up to date info on the stage that all the hotels are at.

We stayed at the Grenada Grand Beach resort. It's a 3*, not as cheap as the Coyaba next door for example, but has a fantastic pool complex that your son (and you!) would love. It's also on Grand Anse beach (in my opinion the best on the island - see my Grenada page for photos).

Cheaper options still may be the flamboyant hotel, but I think this has many steps which may not be suitable for a toddler.

There is a tour office with the Grenada Grand Beach hotel, which could cater to all your sporty and nature needs.

Alternatively, I don't think the Rex Grenadian was too badly damaged - it's a family hotel so may be worth a look. It's nothing sepcial - an average 3 *, but if you are looking for sunbathing and swimming, it could be an option along with the Grenada Grand.


Re: How's life in Grenada nowadays?

by LisaMJ


it see,s the hotels I mention may not be ready yet............ but another option is

You may want to check the facilities as it may be in more of a bay than a beach, but it's so charming, personal service, with fantastic food.


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Address: Morne Rouge Grand Anse, P.O.Box 27, St. George's, Grenada, 00000, Caribbean