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Why Stay At Laluna
This Caribbean beachside resort on the southern tip of Grenada, owned by Italian fashion industry consultant Bernardo Bertucci, emphasizes wellness and privacy thanks to its secluded location and limited number of guests.
Located at Grenada's remote Quarantine Point, Laluna, a 16-villa Caribbean hideaway within 60 steps of the sea, has both a well-regarded design pedigree (with a mix of Italian and Asian accents) and a wellness focus. The owner, former Prada consultant Bernardo Bertucci, worked with renowned Italian architect Gabriella Giuntoli to create the soothing interiors: rooms feature four-poster Balinese beds and open-air bamboo bathrooms with Caribbean Sea views, plus Italian linens and bath products. The 10 secluded acres are dotted with private plunge pools, and during the day, guests meander between the open-air yoga pavilion, an Asian-inspired spa, and the Italian restaurant for Prosciutto di Parma or Parmiggiano Reggiano. Come afternoon, daybeds shaded by elephant-grass thatched roofs are perfect spots to enjoy a book from the library and a daiquiri with freshly picked limes.
Don't miss the daily yoga classes in the outdoor yoga pavilion, which are led by international instructors who teach various styles; private sessions are also available.
Hungry? Chef Danielle Gaetano will deliver a lunch of nicoise salad and fish pizzaola to guests on the beach.
Arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) which is approximately 1.5 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 5 minutes of travel time.Morne Rouge, Morne Rouge, Saint George's Parish, Grenada
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- Spa + Wellness Center
- Yoga Pavilion
- Visiting Yogis
- Organic Garden
- Private Plunge Pools.
- Private Verandas + Daybeds
- Ocean Views
- Wireless Internet
- Ceiling Fans
- Air Conditioning
- Open-Air Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Luxury Linens
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- CD Players
- Turndown Service
- Bar + Lounge
- Wine Cellar
Why We Love Morne Rouge
Located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, Grenada is a popular ecotourism and vacation destination that offers pristine beaches, tropical rainforests, and crystal-clear water.
2.5-hour tours. Tour for two $90.
Where to Eat: Chef Brian Benjamin—born in Grenada and an expert in classic French cuisine—owns BB's Crabback Caribbean Restaurant, the place for Caribbean dishes such as jerk pastas or savory goat meat cooked in curry and coconut milk.
Progress House, St. George's.
Dinner for two $30.
Outdoor Excursion: Wake up at 9 a.m. and pack your camera for a hike through Grand Etang National Park, the setting of a 36-acre crater lake. Trails lead to Seven Sisters waterfalls, where travelers swim in the freshwater pools.
Four-hour tours for two $155.
Sweet Spot: The Grenada Chocolate Company produces organic dark chocolate that's made with local cocoa beans. Tour the factory, and then pick up the 82% chocolate for a decadent snack.
Hermitage, St. Patrick's, Grenada.
Why Go Now
April 25, 2014
St. Mark's Day Festival
An exuberant exhibition of local arts/crafts, agricultural produce together with cultural performances and a street festival, this is definitely not a celebration to miss.
June 29, 2014
Fisherman's Birthday Celebrations
Fishermen receive blessings from the priest who then blesses their boats - followed by a day packed with fun filled activities which includes racing their locally constructed wooden sailing work boats, and tug-of-war competitions, and plenty of eating and drinking.
July 27 - August 4, 2014
Visitors and locals alike admire the skill and captaincy of some of the region's boatmen, as they jostle for supremacy in the different classes of boats, ranging from 14 to 35 feet in length.