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Why go all inclusive in Grenada?

Grenada is a fantastic place for an all inclusive holiday

Regardless of where you go on holiday, there are many arguments for choosing an all inclusive deal, such as the lack of organisation you need to put in, being able to budget effectively for your trip and having everything you need waiting for you when you arrive at your destination.

An all inclusive holiday in Grenada is the best way to make the most of the island's laidback vibe and really take the time to totally unwind on your getaway, without worrying about a single thing, everything will be provided, from meals to fun activities for adults and children alike. There are numerous luxury hotels along Grenada's stunning coastline giving you direct access to its pristine sands and the clear waters of the Caribbean Sea.

All inclusive packages are a particularly good option if you want to stay somewhere a little out of the way in secluded spots - areas such as Tamarind Bay and Pink Gin Beach are truly idllic and home to little more than a selection of outstanding all inclusive hotels. By booking at deal where everything is included, you won't need to worry if you're miles away from the nearest town.

You don't need to spend a fortune for your holiday in Grenada to be all inclusive. At one end you have fantastic resorts such as the Grenadian by Rex Resorts on Tamarind Bay, one of the most affordable options yet offering an array of fantastic all inclusive facilities such as an excellent kids club and a selection of fully included bars and restaurants (this is a top choice for families too). At the other end of the scale there are lavish resorts like the five-star Spice Island Beach resort in Grand Anse, ideal for couples and honeymooners, while on Pink Gin Beach you have the island's newest Sandals resort, the luxurious Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort and Spa with magnificent spa treatments (your stay includes a complimentary couples massage) and top notch facilities.

Facilities at hotels in Grenada

As you might expect, and as we outlined in the previous section, Grenada is home to a range of wonderful hotels, with the vast majority of these boasting a variety of excellent facilities that you can take advantage of during an all inclusive holiday. Among the amenities you can expect to find are dramatic freeform swimming pools, multiple restaurants and bars, water sports centres and luxurious spas.

Many of these facilities will be free to guests as part the all inclusive package, although you should check whether additional charges apply for things like motorised water sports, spa treatments or certain activities, such as scuba diving.

If you are planning a family break, you'll find there are several all inclusive hotels that run kids' clubs, ensuring every member of the family has something to keep them occupied - and that parents can look forward to a few breaks from looking after their children and enjoying some time alone during their holiday.

Enjoy a luxurious stay

Like many other Caribbean destinations, the majority of all inclusive resorts in Grenada are positioned at the luxury end of the spectrum, with outstanding levels of service and opulent rooms on offer for all guests.

Whether you want to spend your break lounging on the beach in the sun, swimming in the pool or trying a range of exciting new activities, Grenada's resorts can cater for you. For an added touch of luxury, stay in an all inclusive hotel with a spa, where you can not only make use of facilities like saunas, steam rooms and Jacuzzis, but also book relaxing treatments, with massages, pedicures, manicures and body scrubs among your options.

As well as the hotel's excellent facilities, you will be staying in well-appointed rooms with everything you need on hand to make your trip a memorable and comfortable one.

Book excursions in Grenada

Although it may be tempting to stay within the confines of your fantastic all inclusive resort, where everything is provided and taken care of, it would be a shame to miss out on the wonderful attractions that make Grenada such a brilliant destination. One of the best ways to experience the island is to go on a few excursions to some of the stunning national parks - such as the Grand Etang and Levera National Parks.

These showcase Grenada's natural attractions with waterfalls, verdant rainforests and beautiful stretches of sand being part of the scenery you'll find in these protected areas. If you want to find out more about Grenada's heritage, visiting an old spice plantation is a good way to not only learn about the various crops grown here, but also how these shaped the island's development.

Another must for adults is a trip to a rum distillery, where you can sample one of the Caribbean's most famous exports and discover how it has been produced for centuries. Your hotel will be able to help you organise all of these excursions - and offer plenty more - so speak to your tour operator if you'd like further details of what's on offer.

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