The Calabash Hotel & Villas enjoys a secluded bay setting on the
Caribbean island of Grenada. Intimate, private and relaxing, Calabash offers
suite accommodation in classical colonial style with exquisite art deco, gourmet cuisine directed by Gary Rhodes and high standards
of personal service.
The powdery sands of L'Anse Aux Épines beach are breeze-cooled and
palm-studded, perfect for gentle sunbathing or relaxing in the shade with a
drink from Jefferson's beach bar. Prickley Bays warm waters are calm and
inviting for swimmers or further out scuba divers can enjoy all that is good in
the Caribbean sea.
The hotel has thirty suites housed in ten buildings which are arranged in a
horseshoe in eight acres of tropical gardens, these comprise superior, whirlpool
or plunge pool suites. All have balconies or patios where breakfast is served by
your own maid.
All suites have air conditioning, ceiling fans, showers, whirlpool baths,
hair dryers, CD player, clock radios, iron & ironing boards, lounge area,
patio or balcony, mini bars, wall safes and tea and coffee making facilities.
All suites are wired for cable TV so if a television is required during your
stay, it will be available upon request.
Private villas are set in a
nineteen acre development, accessed from the hotel they offer a very high
standard of luxury accommodation and all the services of The Calabash.
- 30 air-conditioned suites with shower and whirlpool bath, mini bar, hair
dryer, safe, CD player, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities
- Art Deco interiors - exquisite style embracing neoclassical, cubism and modernism.
- Cicely's restaurant for dinner wir, main bar, and Jefferson's beach bar for
- Swimming pool, floodlit tennis court, gym
- Windsurfing, kayaks, snorkelling and free golf at nearby club
- Aromatherapy and reflexology centre
- Children welcome year-round, except between mid-January and mid-March when
they must be at least 12 years
Grenadine Escape View Point
'I have just returned from the third stay at the Calabash and still couldn't recommend it more highly to Grenadine Escape travellers. For fellow aficiodano's of food and wine this is one to put on your list. The restaurant is incredibly romantic twinkling under the crafted shaded of grapes, hanging orchids and plans which fringe the white sands. It only gets better - the new holistic spa perches guests in pristine cabins over the ocean for hours of heavenly pampering - a great testament to its owners' Lara Cowan, April 2011
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Every luxury is on offer, starting from breakfast on your private balcony prepared by your personal maid (who slips in and out through a secret private adjoining kitchenette) to fine dining at the Gary Rhodes restaurant and the most attentive staff to be found in the Caribbean.
The beach restaurant and Barnes Bar at the Calabash offers a lunch time menu offering a variety of snacks from crab backs or gazpacho to steak, spare ribs and a variety of salads, chips and sweet treats to prepare you for an snoozy afternoon.
For fellow aficiodano's of food and wine this is one to put on your list. The restaurant is incredibly romantic, twinkling under the crafted shaded of grapes, hanging orchids and palms which fringe the white sands - a truly memorable and mouth watering feast.