Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada, offers a level of style and luxury to suit even the most demanding tastes. For the active, there are a plethora of activities from water sports to tennis, or for those who like to relax in a more blissful setting there is the spa, an oasis of serenity tucked away. Oliver’s, the hotel’s restaurant, located by the sea, is a wondrous experience blending Creole and international flavours.
There are 64 suites in the resort, each with air-conditioning, a mini-bar, flat-screen television, whirlpool bath and shower, tea and coffee facilities and terrace or balcony.
Oleander Suites – are ground floor with garden views or first floor with garden views and partial sea views.
Seagrape Suites – feature a rock garden terrace and magnificent beach views.
Anthurium Pavilion Pool Suites – are in the gardens with a private enclosed terrace and plunge pool.
Luxury Almond Pools Suites – feature a private pool and outdoor dining terrace.
Royal Collection Pool Suites – boast a cedar sauna, marble bathroom and whirlpool bath.
The Cinnamon and Saffron Suites – are located right on the beach.
‘The Nutmeg Pod’, offers daily supervised play area for youngsters from ages 3 to 12. There are weekly activities and games for all children to enjoy…. including electronic game stations and board games. The Pod gives parents an opportunity to enjoy a family holiday and still have time for each other, or feel free to stop by at any time and make it a Family Day.
Spice Island Beach Resort Receives the Coveted Six Star Diamond Award by American Academy of Hospitality
At a gala event on 27th May 2014, with over 200 attendees including the resorts’ guests, Chairman and Managing Director, Sir Royston Hopkin KCMG, was on hand to receive the award. In attendance were the island’s Governor-General, Prime Minister, government ministers, members of the diplomatic corps, representatives from the business community, Karen Lynn Dixon, international general manager of AAHS, and the resort’s staff members.
Before presenting the award, Joseph Cinque, president and CEO of AAHS, told the gathering how much he has fallen in love with Grenada and Spice Island Beach Resort and noted that not only would he like to return but he knows many persons who would just love Grenada as well as the service and luxury of the resort. He then presented the Six Star Diamond Award to Sir Royston which was greeted by resounding applause from all guests and the celebrations almost immediately began.
“We’re so honoured to be recognized by the AAHS and to be presented with the prestigious Six Star Diamond Award. The Academy is a trusted voice in the tourism industry and we’re proud to lay claim to this award,” said an elated Sir Royston.
The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences is an establishment specializing in the reviewing of hotels, resorts, spas, airlines, cruise lines, automobiles, products, restaurants and chefs, and is most notably known for its International Star Diamond Award. The award is the most prestigious honour of true excellence in hospitality, gastronomy, attitude, quality, cleanliness and above all service.