Royalton Grenada Set For Oct. 1 Reopening

Royalton Luxury Resorts’ newest all-inclusive property, Royalton Grenada Resort and Spa, will be reopening on Oct. 1, 2021.

The resort overlooks Grenada’s Tamarind Bay, providing direct access to two of the island’s white-sand beaches.

Dubbed “Spice Isle” due to its large export of spices, notably nutmeg, Grenada also boasts a unique variety of wildlife, including 184 bird species and one native to the island, the Grenada dove.

Jordi Pelfort, president of Hotels and Resorts at Sunwing Travel Group, said: “We are thrilled to welcome back our discerning guests to experience a five-star luxury vacation on the renowned Spice Isle. Blue Diamond Resorts’ expansion into the Eastern Caribbean presents travellers with more opportunities to enjoy Royalton’s bespoke offerings in the exotic destination of Grenada.”

Along with its enviable beachfront location and only five minutes from Maurice Bishop International Airport, the resort offers 269 well-appointed accommodations with rain showers, soaker tubs, and handcrafted DreamBed mattresses, 24-hour room service, complimentary non-motorized water sports, All-in Connectivity™ offering free high-speed Wi-Fi resort-wide, a world-class spa and more.

With unlimited reservation-free dining at the resort’s à la carte restaurants, guests can choose from a range of cuisine including the French bistro-style eatery Ma Maison. A first for the Royalton Luxury Resorts portfolio, this new dining concept offers authentic cuisine in a beautiful waterfront setting.

What’s more, guests can upgrade to Royalton’s signature Diamond Club and enjoy premium service, dedicated pool and beach areas, preferential room locations, and access to the Diamond Club™ lounge.

Said Pelfort: “Recently named the World’s Culinary Capital, Grenada is worthy of being on your bucket list. If not for its culture and lush surroundings, come for the people who make this incredible destination home.”

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