Silversands Grenada Photo Diary

Silversands Grenada Photo Diary

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'There is an unmatched level of hospitality that runs through the DNA of Grenadians, and it is amplified in every aspect of the Silversands experience' This month in a mad hatter themed cocktail, Silversands celebrated its first anniversary of ushering in a new way for luxury travellers to experience Grenada. The sleek and modern design offers a refined luxury experience radiating with the warmth and originality of true Grenadian life. It boasts 43 suites, nine hillside and beachfront villas, a stunning spa, chic beachfront club, a Thai restaurant and a 100-meter infinity pool – the longest in the Caribbean. The architecture and interiors by AW2, Reda Amalou and Stéphanie Ledoux blend authenticity, nature, luxury, and modernity in a stunning display of clean lines against the undulating sands of Grand Anse beach. You can read my review for House of Coco magazine online and in print. Photography by Terel Moore. Each One-Bedroom Suite has unparalleled floor-to-ceiling views of Grand Anse Beach. I thoroughly enjoyed a cup of tea on this spacious balcony with an oversized day bed. The most impressive aspect of a stay is the Intelligent guest room connectivity with personal device pairing, ceiling to floor electronically controlled mosquito nets and large bathtub that overlooks the ocean views. Silversand Grenada’s sleek, modern design is anchored by a stunning 100 m (330 ft) infinity pool — the longest in the Caribbean. The pool leads to Grand Anse Beach, one of the top beaches in the world, with its two miles soft white sand, clear waters and calm breezes. The Grenadian Grill and GG Lounge has a relaxed ambience by day and refined dinner experience by night. Chef Mark B has added his infamous touch to the menu which features Mediterranean style cuisine and authentic Grenadian dishes. Dwell a little longer to…

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