Grenada: Where to Stay
More than 85 percent of Grenada's hotels are owned by Grenadians; their stake in tourism accounts for the pride they show in personal touches that make guests feel special. A doubling of hotel rooms has occurred in the last few years, but a happy medium in new construction is being pursued to appease ecologists. Many of the island's finest resorts are located on the idyllic strip of sand called Grand Anse Beach; these are not high-rise hotels but small intimate inns and guesthouses. (By law, no hotel in Grenada can be higher than a palm tree or more than three stories tall.) Other options on Grenada include apartments, yachts, or cottages.
Grenada's inns are run and owned by devoted families who make their unique personalities known in every detail. To save lots of money on Grenada, you can stay in inns with shared bathrooms, stuff a lot of people into an apartment or cottage, or go off-season. You might also ask the tourist board if anyone rents rooms in private homes.
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