Make new memories with your loved ones on an all-inclusive Royalton Grenada getaway. Our modern all-ages resort invites endless strolls along Tamarind Bay, lively conversations over exquisite cuisine, poolside cocktails, and pampering spa treatments. Children will love a variety of supervised activities and a dedicated kids pool, while adults can try a new water sport or join us for nightly shows. Every day in Grenada is one you’ll cherish.
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My wife and I spent 7 days, 6 night at the Royalton. Highlights: 1. Great island. Lots of sun. No rain whatsoever. 2. Beautiful beach and warm ocean. Great snorkeling on the north end of the beach. Free snorkeling gear. 3. Quick transfer from airport to hotel. Less than 1 mile from airport to resort. 4. Easy check in with wrist bracelet that opens room door, scans for dinners and drinks. 5. Wonderful workout facilities. Great gym. Jeremy and Kelson ran the daily workouts from morning yoga, boot camps, and pool classes. They kept things fun but pushed you to work hard. 6. Room was clean and recently renovated. Had people on either side of us and did not hear them at all. 7. Coffee bar had great coffee and snacks. Seemed to be open all the time. 8. Nibbles beach bar - Had good lunch food - burgers and fries were the best option that we had. 9. Deserts - Ice cream, flan, cakes and cookies always available. Minimums 1. Food - The food wasn't great in any of the feature restaurants. 2. Wait times - Remember, you are on island time. Most dinners ran pretty long. 3. Drinks - We weren't diamond club, but the bars had drink menus and 1/2 the drinks weren't available. Carib beer did the job. 4. Buffet Lunch/Dinner - The option we went to most often. Again the food wasn't 5 star but edible. We could always find something to eat. The salad bar, pasta bar, and omelet bar is where we ate the most. 5. Beach towels - One day we didn't have beach towels and many people would grab towels and leave them out on beach chairs. Then they wouldn't use them. I have been to Grenada for many trips and this was one of the best stays that we had. The minimums mentioned above are exactly what we mentioned: minimums. On vacation, we try not worry about the minimums, but they (mainly food issues) are the reason we wouldn't rate it 5 stars.
We stayed at the resort in feb/march 2023. The resort is very nice and not jam packet. Good size for the whole family. We did the aqua fit class at the resort. We had a Keyron as out instructor and he kept the class fin and energized. Our Butler were Fedon and Raydon who always checked in to make sure we had everything. Thanks for the great time Royalton Grenada!
Hotel is less than a five minute drive from airport. Sunwing transfers were very easy. Check in was easy and our room was ready when we arrived. Your bracelet doubles as your room key which is very convenient. We had a room with two queens and it was very comfortable. AC can get the room very cold but the shower had very low pressure. There is an electric kettle in the room for tea (but no coffee). Housekeeping did a great job. If you have accessibility issues this probably isn’t the place for you. No elevators and you can’t avoid stairs and hills. Be cautious leaving the hotel. Traffic passes quickly and aggressively on the main road. You’ll also draw the attention of taxis and busses trying to hustle for business. On a walk towards the airport a young man told my husband that my husband was going to give him $20. He didn’t but this was the last time we ventured out for a walk. Beach was calm just one of our 7 days here. Managed to snorkle on some of the windier days but the current was strong. Would definitely recommend fins. Snorkeling wasn’t spectacular but I did catch a quick glimpse of a sea turtle. The best area to snorkel was just in front of the Diamond club building (big rectangular building on the left side). There are some areas with sandy entry points so use them rather than try to navigate the rocks. There are two small pools but they were sufficient. Food at the buffet was okay but not spectacular. They were definitely in cost cutting mode. Lots of cheap carbs (rice and pasta). Saw shrimp at the pasta station once. No roasts or fancier dishes. Very few fruit options and mostly imported. Food was okay, just not spectacular with the exception of the desserts which were all amazing. The sweets and pastries in the coffee shop were spectacular too. All were delicious. Staff here are outstanding. The buffet is very well run. The staff was very attentive. Service was excellent. Joshua, the host, was very friendly and gave lots of great info every time. The gym is pretty impressive for a small hotel. Mostly just used the treadmill and it worked well. The bar staff and servers were also pretty incredible (Glenroy and Lerena were two of our faves). The fitness team did a great job did. Did a morning walk with Kelson and he provided lots of info on local plants and some smaller beaches. If you’re going to Grand Anse beach or St George opt to take a local bus. Much more affordable than a cab and more fun too. Will also give you some insight as to how the locals get by. This was fairly easy to do just ask for more info at the hotel. We tried to be generous with our tips. Staff are very hardworking and really deserved it. Bring extra sunscreen. Lots of sunburns by the pool! Didn’t really need bug spray. Skipped the Sunwing debrief. Nothing is more annoying than having to attend a mandatory “meeting” in the middle of your first morning. Grenada is a beautiful island with wonderful people but there isn’t a lot to do outside the hotel. We enjoyed our stay at the Royalton. Not what I’d consider luxurious but the flaws