Bohemian and off the beaten track, Laluna is a small, hip hotel hidden away in a beautiful corner of Grenada. With an emphasis on individuality, this beachfront Caribbean hideaway is the ideal place for couples who want to relax and enjoy some seclusion.
Tucked away on a beautiful white sand beach in a private location with great snorkelling opportunities
Rustic Suites are designed in an open-air style and each has a private plunge pool
Authentic Italian cuisine, all the ingredients come directly from Italy
Perfect for yoga fans with a yoga pavilion and regular classes
Laluna is small, stylish hotel set on a gorgeous wild beach in the south west corner of Grenada. Laluna is a change from your usual Caribbean resorts, with a distinct Asian influence. Everything about this tropical retreat of individual cottages echoes bohemian and unobtrusive style.
The hotel’s simply furnished 16 cottages are a fusion of Asian elements with West Indian detail, each with its own plunge pool and veranda. Cottages are equipped with beautiful four-poster Balinese king size beds with Italian linen sheets and open air bathrooms. Amenities include air conditioning in the bedrooms, ceiling fan in room, flat screen satellite TV, iPod docking stations, DVD player (only in select rooms), wireless internet connection, minibar with complimentary tea and coffee station and walk-in closet with electronic safe.
The main clubhouse, featuring a high-peaked, authentically thatched roof, consists of various low-lying stone and wooden structures and Indonesian style sofas. Open and airy, it overlooks the resort’s freshwater pool and private beach. There is a laid back restaurant serving authentic Italian cuisine and boasting a decent wine cellar.
Laluna also has a fabulous Wellness Centre, offering health retreats and spa services. It is known as The Sanctuary and comprises of an organic garden, an Asian spa and yoga pavilion. Activities that can be arranged by the resort include snorkelling, sailing, paddleboarding, kayaking, cycling, fishing, tennis, golf, scuba diving, hiking and island tours.
When to visit
The owner, Barnardo, is Italian, so much of the hotel's cuisine has influences from his home country
Spread out amongst 10 acres of landscaped grounds, strategically positioned in Morne Rouge to maximise the ocean views and fabulous sunsets. A 10 minute drive from St. George’s Town and Point Salines Airport.
Carnival Time in Grenada
Grenada's carnival takes place in August each year and everyone is welcome to join in. It's a riot of colour and fun, with lively street parties and theatre, steel bands and calypso competitions that all go on well into the early hours of the morning.
Exploring the Rainforest
Spend some time in the stunning rainforest of Grenada. It is home to the National bird of the island - The Grenada Dove. You may come across the rare Mona monkeys, and other rare animals and birds, as well as all kinds of plant life.