You definitely need a car or taxi to reach this place. It's some distance off the Lance Aux Epines highway, across a housing area and up, then down a steep hill. But it's worth the effort. There are stunning views across the bay - it's...เพิ่มเติม
The staff working at the hotel was amazing. They did everything in their power to make our group stay as comfortable as possible. On our first day the breakfast that greeted us was poor to say the least, considering this is a 4* hotel in...เพิ่มเติม
An iced rum punch, on the terrace, as we arrived after a long flight was the perfect start, and so it continued. The suite was lovely, with brilliant views, and had everything we needed, including an iron and an ironing board, although being on holiday...เพิ่มเติม
Fabulous couple of weeks when we visited to watch Eng v WI in Grenada. Would highly recommend..can't wait to go back. Food and service was excellent, friendly and helpful. Quiet location perfect for relaxing & taking in the wonderful views.เพิ่มเติม
It's always a worry when you book a small hotel over the internet. In this instance we needn't have worried. From arrival at the airport when we were picked up by both Peter (the hotel manager) and Dean (the head waiter) to our departure from...เพิ่มเติม
Are there any bars/restaurants within walking distance for evening meals?
17 ตุลาคม 2015|
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Really, in Grenada, it's not a walkable island. You don't really want to be in a place where things are walkable. Get a car. Go out at night and get a beer for the road. There are no drinking and driving laws. The official... เพิ่มเติม
Really, in Grenada, it's not a walkable island. You don't really want to be in a place where things are walkable. Get a car. Go out at night and get a beer for the road. There are no drinking and driving laws. The official motto is, "drink responsibly drive carefully". If you don't want to drive consider sandals, or something on grande anse beach. Mount Hartmon is better, but it takes an ability to get out on your own to appreciate it.