Book cheap hotels in Grenada

Welcome to Grenada, “The Isle of Spice.” The country earned this colorful name because of its impressive spice production, captivating visitors with the scents of nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, and ginger upon arrival. Located in the Eastern Caribbean, the regio is a British Commonwealth consisting of three islands: Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique. Celebrated for its beautiful waterfalls, mountains and rainforests, the country also possesses wonderful protected bays and beaches perfect for diving, boating, or just lounging around. St. George’s, the capital of Grenada, is known as one of the most picturesque harbor settings in the Caribbean. With a locally run tourist market and average year-round temperature of 80°F, Grenada strikes an excellent balance in comfort and price, and offers a great getaway for travelers who want to experience more than just sun and surf on their Caribbean vacation.

A wonderful holiday to Grenada? You can enjoy a wonderful holiday destination here. There are many reasons: a versatile nature, delicious local specialties, extraordinary museums and a very traditional and unique culture. There are many different hotels. There are plenty of budget hotels from €78,00 per room. Do you want a luxury holiday? A hotel room will cost you about €359,00 per night. It is a popular destination for a sun holiday. Also in winter you can go here excellent. Book your cheap hotel room in Grenada easily online. Compare the providers below and get started right away.

Capital citySaint George’s
Average hotel room price€121,00
Official languageEnglish
CurrencyEast Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Busiest travel timemid-December to mid-April
Number of inhabitants125.438
Surface area344 km2
Time zoneUTC−04:00
Leading airlineCaribbean Airlines
Main Airport Point Salines International Airport (IATA:GND)
Official government

Useful travel information
Are you planning your trip to Grenada? Make sure you are well prepared. The capital city is Saint George’s. The national currency is East Caribbean dollar (XCD). The Grenadian time zone is UTC−04:00. The most spoken language(s): English. The country has approximately 125.438 inhabitants in the country. Its total land area is 344 km2. Some additional practical info: the default voltage is 230 V, 50 Hz and the type of electrical sockets is G. The international calling code is +1-473.

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Special regions for a hotel stay in Grenada

Grenada has different regions for a holiday. Choose one of the regions below. We will then share additional data and research the different hotel offers. Also check out hotel accommodations in Caribbean Netherlands and Israel.

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6 most popular locations

The history of Grenada is spicy – Literally. On of the island’s major export is nutmeg, and many of the landmarks available for guest to visit are spice processing plants. Vistors will also find rum distilleries, historic forts, and a handfull of museums to visit. Below you can find the most visited attractions:

  1. Gouyave: Gouyave is the center of the spice and mace industry in Grenada, making it the best location for visitors to learn how this spice is harvested. At the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Cooperative, visitors can watch as worked shell, peel, and grind the nutmegs, then work towards turning them into spices, jellies, syrups, and more. Also in Gouyave is the Dougaldston Spice Estate, which offers tours of the engine room, and allows guests to view raw, unpackaged spices, and many historic artifacts that are located on the property.
  2. Grenville: Athough Gouyave is the nutmeg capital of Grenada, the largest nutmeg processing facility is located in Grenville. Like its Gouyave counterpart, the Grenville Nutmeg Factory welcomes visitors to explore the grounds and watch as workers turn the nut into the spice. While in Grenville, don’t forget to stop at the local Fish Market, or the Produce Market on Saturdays.
  3. St. Andrew Parish: In St. Andrew Parish, you can visit River Antoine Rum Distillery, the oldest rum distillery in the world. Tours of the distillery are available for free, and guide guests through the facility to view the old time brewing methods that are still in effect.
  4. St. David’s: St. David’s is the location of another tourable rum distillery, the Westerhall Rum Distillery. Guests will marvel at the old-time practices used to make the rum, and will want to take note of the oldest working waterway in the Western Hemisphere.
  5. St. Patrick: In 1651, Europeans intent on gaining control of Grenada battled heartily with the Carib Indians who inhabited the island. Rather than surrender to the French, many islanders decided to fling themselves off a 100-foot vertical cliff to their death. Today, this place is called Carib’s Leap, and a visitor’s center stands at the site to educate visitors on the history of Grenada’s colonization. Not far from Carib’s Leap is Belmont Estate, a 300-year-old working plantation that feels strongly about environmental protection. The property spans 400-acres and includes a restaurant, museum, cocoa fermentary, goat dairy, and craft cooperative.
  6. Carriacou: If you have the opportunity to visit Grenada’s sister island of Carriacou, there are a few attractions you won’t want to miss. The Carriacou Museum in Hillsborough exhibits African, Amerindian, and European artifacts alongside locally produced watercolors. On the northern tip of Carriacou is a place called Gun Point, so named for the cannon that was placed their by the British in the 1780s. The cannon remains there to this day, and one of the island’s steepest hiking trails leads visitors to this attraction. Visitors interested in archeology will want to stop by the ruins of the first church on the island, Dover Ruins. The church’s early stonework is of particular interest. Some of the earliest wells built Carriacou are known for their interesting stone work; the Ningo Well and Amerindian Well are two notable wells.

Details on public transportation in Grenada

Grenada has great facilities for public transport. An important airport in this country is Point Salines International Airport. Good transfers are available. The national airline company is Caribbean Airlines. You can book cheap tickets here. Possibly you can find a last-minute deal. Via you will find additional explanations about: tax for tourists, public transport and visas & passports.

Standard hotel rates

Grenadian hotel prices vary widely (based on regio & type of accommodation). We offer a price estimate in the following table.

Hotel classRates
Budget hotel room€78,00
Standard room€121,00
Premium lodging€359,00
Weekend trip€363,00
Meal (per person)€33,00
Indication rates for an hotel stay in Grenada

Climate & Weather Forecasts June 2024

Grenada is a wonderful country. We define the climate as a Tropical wet-dry climate. The normal annual temperature is 27,2°C degrees. In winter it is a bit colder. During this period it is about 25,0°C degrees. It’s much more comfortable in the summer. About 28,9 degrees Celsius. Below you will find the weather forecast for the next 7 days.

Best way to discover the island: By bike or Scooter
Renting a bike or moped in Grenada allows you to enjoy the independence of traveling at your own pace without the hassle of driving a car up and down unfamiliar foreign roads. In addition to the perks of the wind in your hair and every route being scenic, rental costs for bikes and mopeds are considerably lower than car rental rates, especially when you compare deposits and gas prices. Renting road or mountain bikes can be a perfect way to exercise while observing Grenada’s many lush, green areas and beaches. Bikes are also a sufficient way to get to and from your destinations. Bikes and mopeds can be conveniently rented from your hotel or from one of the island’s rental car companies. Although biking is an inexpensive way to traverse the island, the geography of Grenada will see to it that your ride is a bit of a workout. The land on the island is hilly, and the roads are often narrow and steep, so cyclists should use caution and always be on the defensive when sharing roads with auto traffic. With the tropical island breeze at your back and gorgeous island scenery slowly passing by, cycles and motor scooters can be an enjoyable and inexpensive means of transportation while visiting the island of Grenada, but use caution when traveling the island’s winding roads.

Grenada Carnival
Grenada explodes in colour and noise at the ebullient Grenada Carnival, ‘Spicemas’. Grenadian starlets vie for the carnival crown and soca and calypso singers compete to be ‘monarch’. Multi-coloured ‘devils’ run wild and steel bands rock the island during J’ouvert. Young and Old come to enjoy Pan Jamboree, the Soca Quarterfinal, and Monday Night Mas in Greanada. The capital jumps to the sounds of steel bands and DJs as everyone enjoys a ‘Last Lap’ during the Parade of the Bands on the final day throughout St George’s. Cover yourself in bright body paint and join the thousands for a mighty fine Caribbean J’Ouvert.

Carriacou Carnival
Carnival celebrations in Carriacou are held from the weekend before the start of the Christian Lenten period. In the tradition of Caribbean Carnivals, these celebrations include calypso competitions and the parade of brightly costumed masqueraders through the streets of the main villages. Unique to Carriacou Carnival is the Shakespeare Mas, in which brightly dressed Peirrots engage in a battle of wits using only lines from Shakespearean plays. The competitor without a quick reply earns a playful stroke from his opponent’s stick. Carnival in Carriacou climaxes with two days of street parades and various competitions among calypsonians and masquerade bands. Although the Carnival entails many aspects of the main land’s Carnival, this event is quite spectacular in its very own unique way.

What are the most beautiful waterfall locations?

Tufton Hall Waterfall, Seven Sisters Waterfalls, Paraclete Waterfall, Concord Waterfalls, Annandale Waterfall & Royal Mt. Carmel Waterfall.