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Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa
Why we like it
- A tasteful yet informal hotel in a secluded setting
- Enjoy a casual lunch, afternoon tea or evening canapés at the The Beach Club
- The Spa at Calabash is set on a cliff adjacent to the hotel
- The hotel has a large swimming pool surrounded by sun decks and palms
- Other facilities and activities include a fitness centre, windsurfing, Sunfish sailing, kayaking and snorkelling, floodlit tennis and golf
Renowned for serving superb cuisine in a romantic tropical setting, enjoying dinner at Rhodes Restaurant should not be missed.
We loved Cambodia and learned a lot from the warm and engaged guides, Sothi and Huang. We were also surprised at how much we liked Beijing. Eric too was a fantastic guide and made us think of China and its place in the world differently.
- BM, London
Set in a secluded bay on the Caribbean island of Grenada, the Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa comprises 30 suites arranged in a horseshoe shape around eight acres of lush tropical gardens facing out towards the sea.
Each suite is beautifully decorated, boasting its own balcony or patio, relaxing whirlpool bath and exquisite views of the surroundings. Inside, décor brings together polished tile floors, pure white walls and vibrant colours - provided by soft furnishings and freshly cut flowers. Lovely, clean-lined furniture lends a contemporary feel, whilst the outdoor spaces are cooled by gentle sea-breezes.
British owner Leo Garbutt and General Manager Clive Barnes have built up a loyal and happy team whose service ethic and attention to detail are evident throughout the resort.
(British Airways from Gatwick on Saturday and Wednesday via St Lucia, Virgin Atlantic on Thursday and Monday via St Lucia)
10 hours (via St Lucia)
GMT -4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No mandatory vaccinations
Best time to travel
December - April
Travellers can come all year round to Grenada, during our winter months of December - April there is traditionally less rain. June through to November, when conditions are more humid and Grenada experiences some rainfall.