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Point Salines Hotel

Point Salines, Grand Anse Grenada
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#7 of 8 hotels in Grand Anse

Looking for a place to stay in Grand Anse? Then look no further than Point Salines Hotel, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Grand Anse to your doorstep.

Rooms at Point Salines Hotel provide a refrigerator, a kitchenette, and air conditioning.

In addition, Point Salines Hotel offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Grand Anse trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Saffron Cafe or Mocha Spoke, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Point Salines Hotel.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Point Salines Hotel as you experience everything Grand Anse has to offer.

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Free parking
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
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Dave W wrote a review Apr 2019
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Sorry it took so long to do this. Stayed in Feb this year. Have to say this hotel is the best kept secret in Grenada. Hotel is good spotlessly clean and rooms well maintained. Staff to die for. Wonderful people from Mr W the owner to Maria his daughter and all others whose names I cannot remember. Was made welcome introduced to many locals who made us feel part of family. Even made me forget Virgin lost my luggage for 4 days. Will be back Dave Walker
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
Chrystel J wrote a review Mar 2016
New York City, New York4 contributions1 helpful vote
I stayed for 4 nights, March 8-12th 2016, upon my arrival i waited at the front desk for about 10 mins before i finally decided to walk further in to find someone to take me to my room. Im not a materialistic person so most things that bother people don't bother me.There was a clean bed and a moderately clean room with warm water and a mini kitchen. Every morning there were about 4-6 employees cleaning the hotel mopping the floors and knocking everyones doors asking if they needed any service done to their rooms. When it rains the tv signal goes in and out a little to often. The pool was moderately clean-water was warm, the pool area was clean and the chairs and tables were clean as well. There was free wifi how ever it was very scarce in my room (room 203). I either had to stay really close to my room door or go out near the pool. Kind of annoying to be honest. One night (Wednesday night) i came back into the hotel to find about 7-10 men playing what seemed to be dominos or some game of that sort. This I've realized is a night ritual in Grenada so it didn't really bother me, they were really quiet. Music was playing as well and that was really low not bothersome at all. The reason for the 3 stars is because i come to Grenada very often by myself and i have family out here that are some what poor, so i take my little cousins and let them stay with me at my hotels take them out to eat and basically treat them like my kids for the time I'm in Grenada. A guy I've seen around grenada driving a bus dropped me to my hotel one night and tried to hit on me but i ignored him didn't give him my number or anything. One morning he came to my hotel and ask the front desk "What room is the girl staying in with all those kids". NOT ONLY DID THEY TELL HIM WHAT ROOM I WAS IN THEY GAVE HIM THE PHONE TO CALL MY ROOM. I don't fully think they understand privacy, i felt what they did was very dangerous on my behalf. I did not feel safe there after that. I did not say anything to management. I do however have an aunt that works with the government in grenada i put the matter into her hands, i feel like she will handle it better than me.
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Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Theresa G wrote a review Sep 2015
United Kingdom1 contribution2 helpful votes
Family stayed for 2 weeks. Hotel Manager Maria appeared to have little knowledge of hospitality vague and aloof. The reception area with no visual room rates displayed. We later established rates were dependant on who took the initial booking. Furnishings 'tired', blinds broken, books magazines and leaflets out of date. A shop on site, once active now an abandoned eyesore. We asked about breakfast and informed of a chef on hand.....later to establish that the chef know as 'Dirty Bump' was inappropriate for the task. No reception staff in the evenings or at weekend, although the elderly owner and elderly brother/Caretaker a pleasent toothless gentleman often seen shuffling around the grounds the locals called him 'Uncle'. Both reside in rooms on the premises and can be contacted in the event of an emergency! We could only see one Housekeeper on site, she was vague and abrupt when we reported no water to take a shower one morning. On our stay we encountered a big party on the grounds with revellers everwhere including DJ's and a large sound system, with music ongoing for hours. In the morning there was litter everywhere including in and around the pool which was left for days, and strangers in and out of rooms in the wee hours. We were not notified of this event, in fact we also found out the hotel was renowned to be hired out for local events such as parties; weddings and concerts throughout the year (SUCH EVENTS SHOULD BE PUBLISHED TO THE COMSUMER). There was probably only 2 rooms occupied by guests thoughout the entire. Visited again August 2015 found repainted in some areas and young ladies wiping walls, but pretty much the same. Overall a poor hotel, badly managed, overpriced and tired.
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Date of stay: October 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
Steve K wrote a review Apr 2015
St Albans, United Kingdom7 contributions13 helpful votes
I have just returned from a weeks stay in this awful hotel and have to say that the only redeeming features that it has are that the beds are surprisingly comfortable and that it is close to the airport! We went over to watch the cricket and as a result of that event being on, they more than doubled the room rate! During our stay, there were two full days when there was no running water at all - nothing for washing, sanitation, shower etc and when we complained, the manager simply shrugged her shoulders, offered no apology and just said that 'this is the Carribean'!! We had breakfast in the hotel once and it was awful, over-priced rubbish. Some of the rooms were infested with giant ants and on our penultimate day, the cleaners went through our stuff and for no apparent reason decided to throw away important sentimental documents - again, the manager just shrugged it off and did nothing! If you want a hotel that will help to sour your memory of this beautiful island, this is the place to stay.
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Date of stay: April 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Upsidedowncowboy wrote a review Jul 2014
Boulder, Colorado4 contributions8 helpful votes
Point Salines Hotel could be a gem if it were better cared for. A little landscaping on the spacious grounds would go a long way, although the grass is neatly cut. The room smelled like fresh paint and the window wouldn't stay open.The door locks don't give one a sense of security in a neighborhood that seems questionably safe. It was clean enough but the shower didn't work at first, and required unusual patience for hot water to appear. The decor is typical of the cheaper accommodations in Grenada: utterly lacking. There are white tile floors and a tacky wooden bed frame. The owners are quite friendly and accommodating - their 14 year old son gave us a guided walk through the neighborhood to find ice cream- although our wake up call the next morning was that of a toothless man rapping extremely hard on our door. It's a two minute drive from the airport but the cab drivers charge $25 EC, despite my hard bargaining Israeli girlfriend's negotiating tactics. You could probably walk to the airport in 15- 20 minutes.
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Date of stay: July 2014
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Point Salines Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Point Salines Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Magazine Beach (1.1 km), Art House 473 (0.3 km), and Lavo Lanes (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Point Salines Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Point Salines Hotel?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Point Salines Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Point Salines Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Point Salines Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Laluna, Punj-Abi, and Sugar & Spice Shop.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Point Salines Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Point Salines Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Frederick (5.9 km), Fort George (4.9 km), and The Tower Estate (7.4 km).