True Blue Bay Resort is the perfect Grenada hotel to spend an amazing Caribbean vacation. Commanding an exquisite view of the South Coast of Grenada where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, this Caribbean boutique hotel is set among tropical gardens sloping down to the sparkling blue waters of True Blue Bay.
Room type #1: Standard Rooms
Room description #1: Each of our rooms is designed to cater to your fundamental needs and to put your mind and body at ease. Comfortable furnishings and a beautiful decor, help create the feeling of being at home even though you may be miles away.
Room type #2: Suites
Room description #2: Designed to ensure utmost comfort, our Waterfront Suites and Tower Suites provide you with phenomenal views of True Blue Bay. The calm waters of the bay and intriguing evening sunsets provide the perfect backdrop for romance or rest and relaxation.
Room type #3: Villas
Room description #3: Five lavish, 2 bedroom villas with an infinity pool overlooking the marina offering a king bed and whirlpool bath in the master suite, and the second bedroom provides a king or two single beds and bathroom. Upstairs accommodations include top of the line appliances, spacious dining and living room areas, plus a uniquely refreshing plunge pool and spacious veranda overlooking the Marina.
Room type #4: Honeymoon Suites
Room description #4: One fabulous and exceptional suite designed for romance!
Four poster king size bed, soft and enticing furnishings and fabrics, custom designed decor, exotic tropical fresh flowers, stylish, relaxing and spacious living area, over-sized bathroom with whirlpool tub and shower, spacious veranda with stunning views of the glinting Caribbean Sea.
Features and activities description: True Blue Bay Resort offers numerous activities with a special emphasis on water sports as guests can go kayaking, hobie-cat sailing or have a swim in one of our two pools. Snorkeling, scuba diving, and scuba certification can be arranged with our onsite PADI certified dive center Aquanauts Grenada.
But don't be intimidated if water sports isn't your thing. We have some amazing indoor activities like rum tasting, cooking island style and listening stories of Grenadian folklore. And our resort concierge will be delighted to organize any other outdoor activities on the island including: fishing, river tubing, cycling, mountain climbing, turtle watching (seasonal), waterfall tours, rum distillery tours, sunset or day sail, dinghy island touring or a visit to Fish Friday. There is so much to do in Grenada!
Our activities for children are arranged on demand and include: hair braiding, jewelry making, introduction to snorkeling or scuba diving (bubble making program), swimming with mermaid tails in the pool and children's kayak and sailing lessons. The Dodgy Dock Restaurant.
Local area information and attractions description: Grenada
Grenada is the ultimate in sensory destinations.
The island's fragrant spices; nutmeg, cinnamon, clover, ginger and cocoa perfume the air, while verdant rolling hills, mountains, and azure water offer visitors artisan views at every turn. The melodic songs of exotic tropical birds, and rare tropical flowers offer a warm welcome for travelers from far and wide. Grenada is located about 160 km (100 mi) N of Trinidad and 109 km (68 mi) SSW of St. Vincent. Grenada, which includes the inhabited islands of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique, has an area of 340 sq km (131 sq mi). Grenada island extends 34 km (21 mi) NE-SW and 19 km (12 mi) SE-NW, and has a coastline of 121 km (75 mi). Grenada's capital city, Saint George's, is located on the island's southwestern coast.
Grenada is by far the largest island offering visitors mountainous, volcanic terrain with Mount St. Catherine, reaching over 2,750 feet. This unusual geography is the most varied of all in the Caribbean. Crater lakes, a staggering variety of plant and animal life; dwarf forests, mountain rainforests, dry forests and lowlands that lead to mangrove coast onto brilliant white sandy beaches; framed by sparkling blue waters and graceful coral reefs give way to the plethora of tropical birds, tiny frogs and lizards, while rare orchids punctuate the dense rainforest providing shelter for a wide variety of animals; the broad-winged hawk, swift, opossums, armadillos, mongooses, and the mona monkey. The most famous beach of all is Grand Anse, as its smooth expansive beach stretches for two-miles and gently curves around to Grand Anse Bay.
Colorful Saturday markets, year-round festivals and fairs, complimented by an easy-going and friendly people, complete with a rich history and culture weave the tapestry of St. George's, Grenada's capital city. This city has earned the reputation of being one of the loveliest cities in the Caribbean as its horseshoe shaped harbor is sprinkled with pastel houses and terra cotta tiled warehouses, very traditional for this old world city. Century old spice plantations and rum distilleries still use the methods of days-gone-by emphasizing quality over quantity, an integrity that is widespread and gives the island its own unique flair.
Establishment #1: Dodgy Dock Restaurant
Establishment #1 Hours: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
Meetings and events descriptions: A small conference room is available at the resort, with seating for up to 30 persons classroom style or 20 persons conference style. Basic equipment like podium, projector, laptop, wireless internet and writing board are available. Catering can also be arranged. For quotes and availability contact Mary Calliste.
Number of hotel rooms: 48
Number of meeting spaces: 1
Nearest airport: Maurice International airport
Distance to airport: 5 minutes
Golf Course: No
All Inclusive: No
Family Friendly: Yes
Internet Access: Yes
Hotel Type: Hotel and Resort
Price Range Per Night: $125 - 200
Address: 19 Old Mill Avenue, True Blue, Grand Anse, St George's, Grenada
Phone 1: (473) 416-2117
Disclaimer: Information about specific Caribbean hotels including pricing and availability is subject to change at any time. Government taxes and fees may apply to hotel rates, and varies by country. A minimum stay and/or a damage deposit may be required for some hotels and/or timeshare properties, especially during the high season and holidays.