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I stayed at SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada on a complimentary basis as part of a press trip arranged by Grenada Tourism Authority. However, I was under no obligation to review my stay.

Boasting year-round sunshine, low crime rates and pristine white sand beaches – not to mention tonnes of tasty tree-to-bar chocolate, it’s not surprising that the eastern Caribbean island of Grenada and its sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique are currently trending as global travel destinations. While you might think you’d need to save up a few grand or take out a credit card to finance your Grenadian getaway, this needn’t be the case. Although luxury resorts are bountiful, it’s entirely possible find Grenada hotels to suit all budgets. Take Seabreeze Hotel Grenada, for example.

A popular luxury travel destination, Caribbean holidays are never cheap, whether you stay at an all-inclusive resort or somewhere truly grand like Sandals Grenada. However, if you're willing to sacrifice some of the luxury, you can get a room from $50 per night at SeaBreeze Hotel, Grenada! #grenada #grandansebeach #caribbean #puregrenada

Seabreeze Hotel Grenada

Perched at the top of a slope overlooking a tennis and basketball court sitting directly in front of Grenada’s award-winning Grand Anse Beach in St. George’s, Seabreeze Hotel offers rooms from as little as $50 per night excluding taxes – that’s less than £39! The rates are the same even during special events like Grenada Chocolate Festival and the Spicemas Carnival, making Seabreeze Hotel Grenada a popular choice of accommodation for attending tourists.

A range of rooms

Newly renovated for 2018, the sixteen rooms feature air conditioning, WiFi, refrigerators, kettles, toasters and microwaves, while some rooms also feature cookers, providing a self-catering option. Should you require the use of an iron and ironing board, or perhaps a hairdryer, you can loan both from reception. All of the rooms are spotlessly clean and there is a daily maid service.

The bedroom in the Studio Lux apartment at SeaBreeze Grenada

Although the $50/night Backpacker Room doesn’t have air conditioning, it does have a fan and all the essentials you’ll need for your stay. If you’re happy to fork out a little more, you can book a studio lux with pantry ($95), studio lux with kitchen ($100), pool-side studio with pantry ($110), or the top floor two-bedroom apartment with kitchen ($200). My Studio Lux room had everything I needed for my stay and it was conveniently located on the ground floor, near to the pool.

The bed and small kitchen area in my room at Seabreeze Hotel Grenada

While none of the rooms offer anywhere near to the same level of luxury as the private resorts that line Grand Anse Beach, and admittedly the hot water supply and WiFi are a little temperamental at times, Seabreeze Hotel Grenada is the ideal base for a comfortable and affordable stay, with all the basic essentials covered.

Hotel highlights

This budget-friendly boutique hotel even has its very own swimming pool, and on a sweltering hot day, the sparkling water looks so inviting against the backdrop of the eye-popping pink and aqua blue hotel front. An Instagram shot just waiting to happen.

The pool at the front of SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada

Meanwhile, at the rear of the hotel, there is a comfy living space with a kitchen, dining table and a BBQ. Although the hotel doesn’t offer breakfast, you can help yourself to coffee and the nearby shops stock a range of fresh fruit, cereals and pastries ideal for a DIY breakfast buffet.

Minutes from Grand Anse Beach

Undoubtedly, Seabreeze’s proximity to Grand Anse Beach is one of its biggest selling points. One of the top ten beaches in the world, Grand Anse Beach consists of two miles of unspoilt ivory sand and shimmering turquoise sea. You’ll struggle to find anywhere else as cheap as this anywhere near Grand Anse Beach, Simply cross the road and follow the path, and you’ll reach the beach within less than three minutes.

Seabreeze Hotel Grenada
The best time to visit is early evening, around 5-6pm. Buy a Grenadian Stag beer from one of the beach bars, lay your beach towel down on the sand and get yourself comfy, just in time to watch the kind of sunset that’ll leave you with an overwhelming sense of awe, and have the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end.

What to do during your stay

If you’re a watersports fan, hire a snorkel kit or paddleboard from Seabreeze and set your inner water baby free in the comfortingly cool waters of the Caribbean Sea.The hotel is also located opposite a bus stop, so if you’re keen to explore the island and don’t have your own means of transport, consider catching the bus. If you’d prefer to take a guided tour, excursions to Grenada’s top attractions can be arranged at reception.

There are so many more reasons to visit Grenada and as cliche as it sounds, there’s never a dull moment on the Island of Spice.

Book a room at Seabreeze Hotel Grenada

For more information on SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada, or to place a booking, please visit the hotel’s website.

SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada
Grand Anse Main Road
St. George’s
Grenada

What’s the best way to travel – pay more for a luxury stay, or settle for basic accommodation at an affordable price? Help me settle the debate by leaving a comment below.

A popular luxury travel destination, Caribbean holidays are never cheap, whether you stay at an all-inclusive resort or somewhere truly grand like Sandals Grenada. However, if you're willing to sacrifice some of the luxury, you can get a room from $50 per night at SeaBreeze Hotel, Grenada!

I stayed at SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada on a complimentary basis as part of a press trip arranged by Grenada Tourism Authority. However, I was under no obligation to review my stay.

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22 Comments on SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada – Grand Anse Beach, St. George’s

  1. It had me at the colours I am never that bothered by room luxury no point in staying in a room on holiday I want to be put exploring. I am fascinated by a chocolate festival in a hot country though

  2. Wow Grenada looks fabulous. I didnt realise it had year round sunshine ūüôā The hotel rooms look great for a basic room and the added benefit of a pool is fantastic

    • I thought the hotel was great too. It was clean and we had everything we needed, so for the price, you just can’t go wrong really.

  3. This is really making me want to book a holiday. I’m feeling the cold now and the hotel there and beach look great, i love ivory sand x

  4. Ohh wow Grenda must have been a dream. The Seabreeze looks as if it has a good range of rooms avaiable to suit all budgets. Mich x

  5. Good place for a budget-friendly hotel especially that it’s near the beach. And right, you didn’t really just go there to stay at the hotel the whole time, right?

    • Exactly. You can lie by the pool or chill out anywhere you go, but when I travel I like to really explore a destination.

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