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    Bernardo Bertucci
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    Sunday Times Travel Magazine
  • "Casual Chic - Effortlessly stylish hotels with rustic-modern appeal"
    Fodor's 100 Hotel Award
  • "Paradise found! Laluna combines the Italian enthusiasm and sensibility of its owner Bernardo Bertucci, with the relaxed Caribbean charm of his wife Wendy to achieve a truly magical experience"
    Harper's Bazaar
  • "Laluna is a jewel"
    Fortune Magazine
  • Travelers' Choice Award 2014 Winner
  • "Grenada's Leading Boutique Hotel" and "Grenada's Leading Spa Resort"
    World Travel Awards
  • "Laluna is a magical hotel set in a secluded bay, on the island of Grenada"
    Vogue Magazine
  • "The perfect hideaway"
    Town and Country
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    Condé Nast Traveler
  • "What La Perla is to lingerie, Laluna is to Caribbean resorts - so sexy and luxe it belongs in a glossy photo spread"
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The most popular beach in Grenada, Grand Anse Beach, features soft white sand and a tranquil sea. Grenada’s lush tropical terrain and bright colors make it a visual delight. Tour around the island of Grenada to one of its beautiful secluded beaches.

About Grenada

Grenada, also known as the Spice Isle, is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. To one side of our tropical paradise lays the Caribbean Sea, and to the other, the Atlantic Ocean. Grenada's landscape is composed of pristine beaches, rain forest, lush mountains, and refreshing waterfalls.

With Grenada's warm sun and crystal clear waters, it is possible that when you visit the island, you will never want to leave the beach. It would be a shame to miss out on the rest of the island, though, as the landscape of the Grenada’s interior is as breathtaking as the sea views.
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Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport plays host to many international and regional airlines, including British Airways, American Airlines, Caribbean Airlines and more. Travelers also arrive via sea.
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With the island’s year-round temperate climate, not much is needed for a journey to Grenada. Eastern Caribbean (EC) currency can be obtained on the island, and adapters and converters are readily available to accommodate non-220V electronics.
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