• "The absence of luxury is a luxury in itself"
    Bernardo Bertucci
  • "Selected '100 Best Hotels in the World'"
    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
  • "Voted one of the 'Top 100 Hot Table' in the World"
    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"
    In Style
Electricity of Grenada is 220V/50 Watts; adaptors are available at Laluna reception. Grenada uses the Eastern Caribbean (EC) currency, but easily accepts USD. Cool light cotton clothing is perfect for the tropical heat.

What to Bring


While Grenada's standard electricity is 220 Volts, 50 Cycles, the Laluna Front Office offers adaptors and converters if required.


Eastern Caribbean Dollars is the local currency in Grenada. US dollars are accepted but we highly recommend that you exchange your currency into EC dollars for local purchases. This can be done at the Front Office. US $1.00 equals EC $2.60.


With Grenada's close proximity to the equator, visitors to the island enjoy warm temperatures year-round. Our essential packing list includes a swimsuit, beach cover-up, sandals, lightweight clothing for day, and a few casual-chic outfits for romantic meals at the resort's restaurant. Should you forget anything - from yoga pants to sunscreen - the Laluna boutique has the essentials available, and local shops are mere minutes away.

Visit the Laluna Blog for more information on the island and things to do while visiting Grenada

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