Silversands Grenada, a contemporary resort home to the longest pool in the Caribbean, offers genuine and enriching experiences to immerse guests in the culture, cuisine and lifestyle of “The Spice Island.” As we begin to explore the world again, travelers are seeking relaxing experiences in low density destinations, and private accommodations away from the crowds. Silversands Grenada delivers on this demand with its collection of private pool villas, the ideal base to explore the wild beauty of Grenada, or simply unwind poolside within steps of a sparkling white sand beach. The sprawling freestanding villas are flush with amenities and secluded from neighbors, offering peace and quiet and, most importantly, peace of mind.
To celebrate its reopening, Silversands is introducing a Beach to Their Own package including three meals a day with beverages, and accommodations in a four-bedroom Beachfront Pool Villa or three-bedroom Hillside Pool Villa. Beachfront Pool Villas accommodate up to eight guests at a time, while Hillside Pool Villas accommodate up to six guests at a time.
Beachfront Pool Villas offer direct access to the sand, while Hillside Pool Villas feature awe-inspiring views of the resort grounds and the sea. Each individual bedroom within the villas is designed as a master bedroom and built as a standalone pavilion. All villas boast a fully equipped kitchen, private pool, and several indoor and outdoor living and dining spaces, allowing guests to enjoy meals without having to step foot outside of their private sanctuary.
The health and safety of guests and team members is of upmost importance. Silversands Grenada has enacted several measures to ensure guests feel safe while enjoying quality time with loved ones. Upon arrival at the airport, visitors will undergo a rapid COVID test by the Ministry of Health before being whisked off into the hotel by private car. Here, guests will be greeted with personal care packages for use through their stay. These will include personalized hand sanitizer, mask and gloves. All staff will have their temperature taken daily on arrival at work as well as at lunch time. While in-room menus have been adapted and guests will have the option to dine from the sanctuary of their villa at no extra cost, two restaurants will also be open with newly adjusted seating to ensure physical distancing and menus will be sent directly to guests’ personal device via QR code to prevent handling of menus. Guests have access to both the beach and pool with sunbeds now arranged two meters (6.5 feet) apart.
The island of Grenada is home to a low-density population and wide-open spaces filled with beaches, rainforests, underwater reefs, lakes, and waterfalls. The island has experienced 23 cases of Covid-19 and no fatalities. The government has mandated strict new protocols, which will allow the island to responsibly rekindle tourism while keeping residents and visitors safe.