Silversands Grenada, the Caribbean’s hottest opening for 2018, is delighted to join The Leading Hotels of the World. Launching in March 2018, this new upscale resort promises to surpass the exacting standards of the prestigious global hotel collection, offering unpretentious luxury and all the warmth and originality you would expect of the island of Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean.
With a predictable climate less susceptible to the meteorological challenges of its Caribbean counterparts, Grenada lies at the most southerly tip of these islands in close proximity to South America. Silversands Grenada itself sits on the silver-white sands of Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach: a sleek and contemporary boutique property representing a radical departure from conventional Caribbean hospitality offerings. Comprising 43 suites and nine residential villas, its striking minimalist design and sense of pared-back luxury ensures that Grenada’s stunning surrounds remain centre stage.
Anchored by a 100-metre pool, the longest in the Caribbean, this secret hideaway will also offer locally-inspired treatments at the Silversands Spa, while a resident DJ can be found in an understated beach club serving the freshest hand-caught cuisine.
Silversands Grenada will span across two main buildings off Grand Anse Beach encompassing 39 Open Plan Suites, three One-Bedroom Suites, and a generous Penthouse comprising 192 square metres. Nine residential villas will be unobtrusively peppered into the surrounding landscape, including five spacious Beachfront Villas with direct access onto the sand, and four three-bedroom Hillside Villas with awe-inspiring views of the resort grounds and the sea.
Christian Langlade, General Manager of Silversands Grenada says: “We are thrilled to join what is widely-lauded as the best collection of independent properties in the world. Leading Hotels of the World sets the standard across the global hotel sector and, like others in the collection, we are delighted to offer remarkable luxury and service, but with a decidedly Grenadian warmth and hospitality.”