Explore Grenada’s natural beauty near our hotel
Nestled between Grand Anse Beach and St. George’s bustling business and shopping destinations, Radisson Grenada Beach Resort makes it easy to experience all the island has to offer. Our 20-acre resort gives you plenty of room to relax and the opportunity to enjoy fun-filled activities like kayaking, sailing and scuba diving without leaving the hotel. If you’re looking for things to do away from the hotel, you can head into St. George’s parish to browse local shops and visit dining establishments or spend the day hiking through nearby rainforests at Grand Etang National Park.
- Native Spirit Scuba (on site)
Make the most of your island visit by taking a scuba diving excursion among the more than 50 wrecks, reefs and natural formations located in the waters close to the hotel.
Phone: +1 (473) 439-7013
- Grand Anse Beach (walking distance)
Walk just a few steps from the hotel to Grenada’s most popular beach, and fill your day with leisure activities like sunbathing, water-skiing, scuba diving and kayaking.
- Grand Etang National Park (14.6 km)
Rising high above the beaches below, the rainforest setting of Grand Etang National Park offers an ideal spot for hikers to wander through the crater of an extinct volcano, which now serves as a vibrant wildlife sanctuary filled with ferns, tropical blooms and other lush indigenous plants.
Phone: +1 (473) 440-2279
- Grenada Hash House Harriers
If you love imbibing and running or walking, don’t miss the chance to do both with this eclectic group. Gather with fellow runners/drinkers every Saturday at different locations around Grenada and be prepared for a raucous and rowdy ramble through the verdant Grenadian terrain that ultimately wraps up at a drinking establishment.
Museums and landmarks
- Fort George (5.4 km)
Hike to the summit of this historic 18th-century French fortress for breathtaking views of the harbour and the city.
Phone: +1 (473) 417-2761
- Grenada National Museum (5.6 km)
History buffs can spend hours browsing through the historical artefacts and exhibits at this museum featuring collections that highlight the area’s fishing industry, plantation economy and first inhabitants.
Phone: +1 (473) 440-3725
- Fort Frederick (6 km)
If you love delving into history, don’t miss an opportunity to tour the grounds of this French-built fort located on top of a hill with sweeping views of the island and the ocean.
Phone: +1 (473) 442-7310
- Bus stop (just outside hotel)
- Maurice Bishop International Airport (GRD) (4.5 miles)
- Grenada Sailing Festival (Jan/Feb)
- Round the Island Race (Mar)
- Easter Sports Festival (Apr)
- Carnival (Aug)