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St. George's, GrenadaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Maca Bana
This eclectic enclave is hidden away on a lush hilltop above the powdery sands of Aquarium Beach.
Peaceful Maca Bana is tucked away on Grenada's quiet south shore and with only 7 solar-powered villas the resort has an intimate feel. The so-called banas are crafted using wood, bamboo and local stone, while their fruit-centric names set the tone for the interior design: Cherry comes in soft-hued rosé and red accents, while Avocado sports a soothing shade of green. Each of the air-conditioned villas has its own private deck along with private plunge pools unveiling views across bay to the island's quaint capital of St. George's. Always wanted to learn about tropical food recipes? Arrange for a private cooking demonstration in your villa's fully equipped kitchen or for in-room meals prepared by one of the resort's resident chefs. Or indulge in a massage or spa treatments in your spacious bana. If you feel like mingling, sunbathe around the hotel's infinity pool or head down to the beach for dinner at The Aquarium restaurant. The distinguished menu highlights freshly caught seafood and ingredients like callaloo, pumpkin and ginger sourced directly from the resort's 15-acre organic farm.
Team up with the resort's co-owner Rebecca Thompson, who is one of Grenada's best-known artists. Sign up for tours to secluded palm-fringed beaches (including a picnic) and waterfalls or for a private art lesson in painting or sketching.
Find inner balance with private yoga or Pilates sessions in the privacy of your villa or al fresco on the hillside overlooking Magazine Beach.
Arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND), which is just 5 minutes from the hotel.Magazine Beach, Point Salines, Point Salines, St. George's, Grenada
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Infinity Pool
- Spa Services
- Koi Pond
- Eco-Friendly Practices
- Art Classes
- Unique Design + Theme
- Private Decks
- Private Whirlpools
- Four-Poster Beds
- Full Kitchens
- Living Areas
- Coffee Makers
- CD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Air Conditioning
- Chef Service
- Cooking Classes
- 2-person occupancy in One-bedroom bana
- 4-person occupancy in Two-bedroom villa
- All hotel taxes, hotel fees & hotel service charges
- Airport transfers
- Daily maid service
- Welcome fridge stock
- Free use of beach loungers, ocean kayaks and snorkel equipment
Why We Love St. George's
The island's capital city is filled with terracotta-roofed British colonial style homes and surrounded gorgeous rainforest-framed beaches drawing visitors to this gregarious Caribbean Island of Spice.
Tamernique Apartments, Lagoon Road, St. George's.
Where to Drink: Be adventurous and sip some distinctly high-volume Caribbean cocktails at Dodgy Dock bar. Drinks named Nutmeg Colada and Pineapple Wobble are served on the water at True Blue Bay Resort and accompanied by live reggae or salsa tunes throughout the week. Drinks for two $10.
Where to Shop: Foodies find gourmet staples such as nutmeg jam and the shop's homemade syrup (to be used on anything from chicken to pancakes) and goodies like candles and fragrant soaps at Veronica's Visions.
Concord Junction, St. George's.
Outdoor Excursion: Book a scuba or snorkeling tour with Dive Grenada Scuba Centre at one of the only sunken sculpture gardens worldwide. Admire 65 underwater artworks by Jason de Caires Taylor in Grenada's Marine Protected Area. Tours from $36.
Why Go Now
July 27 - August 4, 2014
Admire the skill and captaincy of the region's boatmen, as they jostle for supremacy in the different classes of boats, ranging from 14 to 35 feet in length.
August 1 - 4, 2014
The lively celebration features local arts, crafts, food, music and tours of scenic sites in the parish.
Grenville, St. Andrew Parish.
December 19 + 20, 2014
Annual Carriacou Parang Festival
Fun-filled musical competition of parang bands in the spirit of house-to-house caroling at Christmas time.