Grenada’s natural beauty and lack of mass tourism is fuelling the high-end real estate which is proving to be its most important selling points. There are almost no cookie-cutter resorts, few multinational businesses and—most crucially— for the majority of the pandemic, very little Covid-19 outbreaks.
Indeed, since the pandemic began Grenada—like other members of the Commonwealth—has taken an extreme “no Covid-19” approach to the crisis. That has meant strict testing for travellers before departure, a second test upon arrival, and mandatory in-resort quarantine until those second results are revealed. Full vaccination is also a must.
Grenada’s strict protocols has been a boost to its luxury real estate potential. And a large part of this is due to Silversands, a 43-room resort that opened in 2018 on a prime slice of Grand Anse Beach—Grenada’s finest sandy stretch and one of the best beaches in the Caribbean.
Silversands’ rooms are spread over a pair of three-story wings and feature clean lines, subtle patterns, and constant Caribbean views.