A stylish new addition to Grand Anse Beach.
Grenada is undoubtedly a beautiful Caribbean island, its interior undulates with lush green hills; and swaying palm trees dot beaches with the silkiest sand. But until recently, there hasn’t been a truly stylish and exceptional place to stay.
That has changed with the exciting opening of Silversands, the island’s first design hotel, which is already catching the eye of style-savvy travellers. It’s set on the sweeping two-mile-long expanse of Grand Anse beach with the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea on one side and forested hills on the other.
Designed by Paris-based architects, whose other projects include an Aman hotel in Morocco, this all-suite and villa property is setting a new standard of style in the West Indies. The aesthetic here is cool, pared-down luxury with the use of pale marble and blonde wood. Patterns, where they exist, are a playful mix of light and shade dancing on neutral surfaces.
The dazzling, palm-lined infinity pool, over 300ft long, juts out to the powder-sand beach and foodies will love fine dining at Asiatique restaurant, where Asian flavours are emboldened with local Grenadian spices. A beach club has a resident DJ for those spontaneous nights when the cocktails are flowing, you want to dance with sand between your toes and the warm evening breezes make it too irresistible to go inside.