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at Spice Island Beach Resort

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Room review highlights
... on the 13th March. We were greeted by friendly staff. Our room Oleander suite was lovely with all the facilities needed,...
... one aim is to make your stay memorable. Many rooms and suites are on the beach and are decorated to a very high standard....
... hotel with outstanding service. We had the cheapest room but everything was perfect. The staff could not have done...
Most popular question about the rooms
Where are the luxury almond pool suites located? Looking on Google Earth they appear to be to the right of the large pool if you stand facing the beach?
Answer from SpiceResort
Mar 2019 |
... are to north side of the property.The Luxury Almond Pool Suite are set further back from the beach but are no more than 30...
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belinaHertfordshire wrote a review Apr 2020
hertfordshire95 contributions45 helpful votes
We arrived on the 13th March. We were greeted by friendly staff. Our room Oleander suite was lovely with all the facilities needed, and was kept spotlessly clean. The hotel was set right on the beautiful beach in well kept gardens. The food was excellent with a very good choice. All the staff remembered us by name and were very friendly and helpful.
However 5 days into the holiday with the on going threat of the corona virus and many bars and restaurants already closed. Guests were leaving the hotel and nobody was arriving. Facilities stopped ie breakfast lunch and special evening buffets ( a full menu was still offered at dinner) there was no beach service for 2 days until we complained. There was talk of the hotel closing. What was really upsetting, things were being removed and packed away . Tables from the beach, glasses from the bar, one day we had to find sunbeds. On our last day we used the swimming pool the showers in the adjacent toilets were locked. These things should have been done when we left. We felt we had become an inconvenience.
After being recommended and reading glowing reports, we are disappointed that we only experienced a few days.
We wish the management and all staff well in this very uncertain times.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Roy M wrote a review Mar 2020
Morne Rouge, Grenada30 contributions87 helpful votes
We have returned from our usual long stay at this fantastic hotel. The food keeps moving up a notch and if you do not wish to have anything from the menu they will produce whatever you want . The staff are outstanding and make you feel so welcome and their one aim is to make your stay memorable. Many rooms and suites are on the beach and are decorated to a very high standard. You wake up with a view of the Caribbean Sea. What could be nicer? The rooms and the hotel are scrupulously cleaned and everywhere is spotless. They can boast one of the best swimming pools in the area which runs along side the sea. Perfect. If you want to spoil yourself this is the placefor you
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ianmG5835BK wrote a review Mar 2020
Salisbury, United Kingdom12 contributions6 helpful votes
A wonderful hotel with outstanding service. We had the cheapest room but everything was perfect. The staff could not have done more. The food was excellent and the position on the beautiful Grand Anse Beach was amazing.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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MJW wrote a review Feb 2020
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I don't understand who writes the glowing reviews on TripAdvisor, but Spice Island did not meet our expectations. Although we have travelled widely, I have never written a TA review before, but this time I feel I need to share my experience with others.

Good points
Beach front rooms are fabulous, leading straight onto the white sand beach and turquoise sea. Super comfortable beds, quiet air conditioning, wonderful housekeeping and complimentary mini-bar restocked every day. Grand Anse beach is great to walk along (although very busy when 3 large cruise boats visit at the same time!). All the staff are lovely and Brian Hardy, the manager, is always available to deal with problems--of which, unfortunately, we had a few.

Bad points
This was the most expensive Caribbean hotel we have stayed in and thus our expectations were high, but unfortunately we were disappointed in many areas.

We had no water for a shower on three mornings during our stay. On several other mornings the water was not really hot enough to shower, even after running it for 5 minutes.

On several evenings there was nothing we liked on the dinner menu, which had limited choice. The food was often pretentious and unhealthy. Several other guests also complained to us about the food. The Friday buffet was especially poor quality. We noticed that some guests ate outside the hotel that evening.

The breakfast buffet had very limited choice, notably the poor selection of fruit. Some days the only fruit was melon, orange and grapefruit, which we can get back home. Eggs from the a la carte menu were often overcooked.

The layout of the restaurant is poor, with a lot of old-fashioned banquette seating. The few good tables along the beach front, with a view, were always taken before the restaurant even opened, with guests queuing some evenings from 6.45pm (!).

The sunbeds near our room were too close together for a 5-star hotel, and most of the sun umbrellas were too small with insufficient shade. Guests put towels to reserve sunbeds at 7am, but then didn't use them for 3 hours. Not what one expects at an expensive hotel.

It is a public beach and at weekends we had non-residents siting under the trees next to our hotel sunbeds, playing loud music and smoking__not the relaxing, privacy we had expected given the cost of the hotel.

Mosquito fogging was excessive. Twice a week, the bar was closed at sunset and guests were forced to remain in their rooms for 45 minutes.

The average age of guests was around 70. Many of the older, long-time repeat guests were clearly unaware of much better hotels at lower prices elsewhere in the Caribbean.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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swiftyLeeds wrote a review Feb 2020
Leeds3 contributions6 helpful votes
Were were upgraded to a sea front room, which was very nice and all one could wish for, clean, bright, all the facilities you wanted and if there was anything you needed or wanted you only had to ask and it was brought to you promptly. Although there was only one restaurant, the food was as good probably better than any of the restaurants in Grenada with always a change of menu and choice, the all inclusive was top class, the staff were always friendly and helpfull. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Answer from SpiceResort
Mar 2019 |
Ye, they are to north side of the property.The Luxury Almond Pool Suite are set further back from the beach but are no more than 30 footstep away from the beach. These suites feature private entrances and tropical gardens with a fresh contemporary tropical decor. The spacious bedroom features a luxurious four-poster King bed. They come with complimentary round trip airport transfers.
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Answer from WellTraveled3
Feb 2019 |
Yes, I think depending on the location of the suite, there could be steps. The owners are great and I am sure they can work with you to find the best accommodation for you and your wife. My wife has a breathing machine and they could not have been more accommodative for all of our needs, and even provided us a free upgrade for our suite. A rare place with great service.
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Answer from Peterborian101
Feb 2019 |
No. We didn't hear anything from our neighbours. Don't think the people who frequent this hotel are the sort to play loud music. The only noise came from the ghastly Rum Punch boat moored off shore which was a trip and nothing to do with the hotel!
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