South Coast, Grenada
- 7 nights
- from $1800 per person
Calabash Grenada is a small, informal, luxury hotel with an excellent reputation for high standards of personal service. Situated on a secluded, powdery sand beach, its relaxed and intimate atmosphere will ensure guests are welcomed as part of the family.
At a Glance
Located on the sleepy and authentic island of Grenada - a beach lovers paradise
Option to book all inclusive, delivered to a high standard
Gary Rhodes's Rhodes Restaurant can be found here surrounded by beautiful gardens
Breakfast is served cooked to order daily by your own personal maid on your balcony or you can opt for breakfast on the beach with your feet in the sand
Indulge in a complimentary head, neck and shoulders massage at the Heaven & Earth Spa
A selection of canapés are served in your room each evening at sundown
Weekly managers cocktail party
As the afternoon cools down, head to the main bar where complimentary Afternoon Tea is served
The spa here may be small but it has the most beautiful views from the open fronted treatment roomsAnna Bleasdale
Breakfast is served on your terrace, cooked fresh it is the perfect way to start the day!Melissa Channe
If you stay in the Thorncroft Suite, you will notice that the bathroom is enormous! It's because it used to be a second bedroom!Katie May
Make sure you try the homemade yogurt from the breakfast menu - absolutely delicious!Katie May
Enjoy your private plunge pool in the pool suites, located at the back of the suite - a real sun trap!Alice Moseley
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Calabash, Grenada
Calabash is located on Lance aux Epines Beach in southern Grenada, overlooking the picturesque Prickly Bay.
Calabash is named after the tree which produces hard round fruit that is traditionally dried to be used as bowls, containers or musical instruments. The hotel consists of 30 air conditioned suites, some with private plunge pools, set in a horseshoe within beautiful landscaped gardens. Breakfast is served on your private patio or balcony with splendid views across the lawns or on the beach, lunch can be taken at the beach bar and dinner is served at Rhodes Restaurant which enjoys a superb reputation as one of the best in Grenada. They also offer a "from your beach lounger" menu.
Guests have complimentary use of windsurfing, sunfish, paddleboarding and snorkeling equipment as well as reduced green fees at Grenada Golf Club. The spa also offers guests an array of indulgent and relaxing treatments, with use of a spa pool, zen garden and wellness bar.
Calabash also offers a small selection of private villas, individual in style, with wonderful views and private pools. Intimate, private and relaxing, Calabash offers gourmet cuisine and high standards of personal service. Amber Belair is a beautiful secluded peninsula situated directly to the west of the Calabash hotel complex. Nestling on the water's edge where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea, it offers one of the most tranquil, inspiring and secure locations in the Caribbean.
Lapped by white sandy beaches and warm blue waters, the development benefits from the Calabash hotel facilities, renowned for its award winning cuisine.
Activities at an additional charge include off site golf, scuba diving, spa treatments, parasailing, deep-sea fishing and other island excursions including rainforest walks, trips to St George’s market, whale watching and south coast sailing.
Calabash features 33 suites in ten buildings, arranged in a horseshoe within 8 acres of tropical gardens, as well as 5 villas with between two and five bedrooms. All suites include: modern and contemporary bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, air conditioning, flat screen TV with DVD player, iPod docking station, WiFi, minibar, towels and bathrobes, Elemis toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer and safe. Some suites also have private pools and small private gardens whilst all suites include either balconies or patios where breakfast is served.
The Junior Suites offer views over the gardens to the sea from the balcony, where breakfast is served, and a lovely airy interior with high ceilings. The bedroom has a king size bed and the modern and contemporary bathrooms feature a whirlpool bath and separate shower.
The Superior Suites boast the best beach and sea views from the balcony or patio which is also where breakfast is served and allows beach access. The bedroom has a king size bed and the modern bathroom has a whirlpool bath and separate shower. These suites also have a separate lounge area.
The Deluxe Suites boast views of the beautifully manicured gardens and the sea beyond from the balcony or patio, which is also where breakfast is served in the morning. The bedroom has a king size bed and the modern bathroom boasts a whirlpool bath and separate shower. These suites also have a separate large, bright and airy lounge area with French doors separating this living area from the bedroom.
The Pool Suites boast views of the beautifully manicured gardens and the sea beyond from a large patio which is also where breakfast is served in the morning. The main features of these suites are the private pool surrounded by high walls, the local artwork and the luxurious outdoor shower. The bedroom has a king size bed and the modern bathroom boasts a whirlpool bath and separate shower. These suites also have a separate large, bright and airy lounge area with French doors separating this living area from the bedroom.
The Penthouse is the signature suite and as such represents the height of luxury. It offers views of the beautifully manicured gardens and the sea beyond from a large patio which is also where breakfast is served in the morning. One of the main features is the private pool surrounded by wooden decking and a private garden, and finished with a luxurious outdoor shower. The bedroom has a four poster king size bed and the bathroom has twin vanities, a double whirlpool bath, separate double shower and WC, as well as being well stocked with luxury Elemis toiletries. These suites also have a separate large, bright and airy lounge area separated from the bedroom by French doors and a kitchen. This suite can also be connected to a suite below with a spiral staircase to make a two bedroom suite suitable for families or groups.
All children are welcome throughout the year to come and stay except from 15 Jan – 15 Mar when only children 12 years and over are accepted. There are no specific facilities but for children under 6 years, evening meals are available in the restaurant from 6.00pm to 7.00pm.
Facilities at the Calabash Hotel include two restaurants, two bars, wine cellar, swimming pool, boutique, tennis court, scuba diving center, snooker room, Heaven and Earth Spa offering a range of holistic therapies and treatments and gym.
Car rental, room service and babysitting services (additional charge).
There is a weekly Managers Cocktail party at the Beach Bar. Children under 6 years are not permitted in the bar or restaurant after 7.00pm. Dress code (no jeans, trainers, t-shirts or shorts) in the bar and restaurant during dinner.
Complimentary activities include windsurfing, sunfish sailing, kayaking, snorkeling, gym, tennis, snooker, shuffleboard, beach boules, weekly manager’s cocktail party, weekly steel band music and live musician most nights throughout the year. Activities at an additional charge include off site golf, scuba diving, spa treatments, parasailing, deep-sea fishing, island excursions including rainforest walks and St George’s market, whale watching and south coast sailing.
There is also a recently added putting green, giant chess board and beach boules for guests' use.
Location & Directions
South Coast, Grenada
The Calabash Hotel is set in a secluded bay on the Caribbean island of Grenada. Situated on L'Anse Aux Épines beach, the hotel is 20 minutes from the capital St George’s and 10 minutes from the Grenada Golf Course.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.