No Problem Apartments are located on Saint Georges, Grenada. The capital city of Grenada, St. George's is the prettiest harbor town in the West Indies. Its landlocked inner harbor is actually the deep crater of a long-dead volcano -- or so one is told. In the town, you can see some of the most charming Georgian colonial buildings in the Caribbean, still standing despite a devastating hurricane in 1955. The steep, narrow hillside streets are filled with houses of ballast bricks, wrought-iron balconies, and sloping, red-tile roofs. Many of the pastel warehouses date from the 18th century. Frangipani and flamboyant trees add to the palette of color. The port, which some compare to Portofino, Italy, is flanked by old forts and bold headlands. Among the town's attractions are an 18th-century pink Anglican church, on Church Street, and the Market Square, where colorfully attired farm women offer even more colorful produce for sale. Fort George, on Church Street, built by the French, stands at the entrance to the bay, with subterranean passageways and old guardrooms and cells. If you head north out of St. George's along the western coast, you can take in beaches, spice plantations, and the fishing villages that are so typical of Grenada.
Another beautiful resort in Grenada are Spiceland Plaza Hotel. Slow down for a while in the pristine, uncrowded "Spice of the Caribbean." Spiceland Plaza Hotel brings supremely civilized comfort to the rain forests, waterfalls, and hidden beaches of Grenada. Enjoy the gentle pace of the island while exploring the sandy, white-sand beaches and the prettiest harbour of the Caribbean at St. George's. One and two bedroom units are available.