I just came back from a guided tour and stayed here. In theory it should work, lovely grounds, central location, beach, etc. The execution of how this property operates is a different story:
The good: 1. If you can score a renovated room (they seem to be in the 300's and 400's) then you'll have a slightly better place to stay. I stayed in 2 different rooms and the beds, while a bit inconsistent, we're good if a bit soft. 2. The tariff largely seems to try hard. 3. The grounds are well kept, and the hotel is in a good location. 4. The beach is nice. 5. If you need transport find Tom - tall guy in the red shirt. Very professional and shows up early to pick you up. Also can connect you to restaurants, etc. He will huddle and everything is negotiable. 6. The gym is modern and even has a spin bike. 8. Check out umbrellas down the beach for lunch.
The bad: 1. The rooms don't have fridges, and even some of the newer ones are looking beat up. Looks like cheap material in some of the renovation. 2. There's nonsense of urgency for anything. I'm used to island time but people seem incapable of multi-tasking. If you want a quicker drink go too the restaurant not the bar. 3. He beach is not private so be prepared for folks to walk up to you selling everything. They generally leave you alone bit it can be annoying. 4. For reasons I don't understand they run out of beach towels every day. I have no idea why grey don't just buy more. 5. At most resorts the workers will lay out chairs on the beach. Not here. Be prepared to pull yours down from a stack and drag it to your destination. 6. There is a tile all around this place that makes it dangerous. Half my group wiped out because the minute it is wet whether you have shoes on or not you can easily go down. I would not recommend flip flops. 7. The wifi goes in and out all day 8. The restaurant has the usually mix of boring food. You will not get traditional Grenadian food here.
This place is not horrible but you can probably get a better bang for your buck elsewhere. I couldn't believe this is part of the Radisson. It looks like it may be in name only because there's a lot to do to bring the quality up.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated along the white sands of Grand Anse Beach, the beautiful Resort offers its guests uncompromising Radisson service and facilities. Wether strolling through the beautiful lush tropical gardens, relaxing in the Swimming Pools and Beachfront Bars, or keeping fit on the Tennis Courts and enjoying the Water Sports; our Team of trained staff will ensure your stay is relaxing and memorable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grenada Grand Beach Hotel Grand Anse
- Grenada Grand Beach Resort
- Hotel Grenada Grand Beach
- Radisson Grenada Beach Resort Grand Anse