Nestling besides picturesque Island Harbour, fronting the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, the Arawak Inn is also an excellent base from which to explore the island, not that you have to venture far for complete relaxation. From the sun terrace and swimming pool there are lovely views to the beach and across the bay. A short walk from the Inn there are two secluded, white sand beaches, both make you feel like a castaway, but if you have forgotten something, you can be back in you room in a few moments! Less than two minutes by boat you will be on Scilly Cay, a small laid back island escape where you can drop by for lunch and spend the afternoon dozing on a sun bed by the beach after a tasty seafood lunch or the fresh barbecued chicken and salad. If you want to really escape, we will arrange for a day's excursion to deserted Scrub Island with its magnificent and empty beaches. You will be dropped off in the morning with a delicious picnic and plenty to drink and bought back when it suits you.
Two other beautiful resorts in Grenada are Cedars Inn Resort. and Spiceland Plaza Hotel. Both resorts provide great views of Granada and its many historical sites. Main sites are Roman Catholic Cathedral built in 1818, Anglican Church built in 1825, Wharf Road, Fort George built by the French in 1705, St. Georges fresh produce marketplace, Grande Anse beach, shopping centers, hotels, and Grenada National Museum.