Sandals LaSource Grenada in Saint George, Grenada

The all-inclusive concept is really quite a brilliant idea - guests do not need to fret over where to tuck their wallets while sporting bikinis and swim trunks. Sprawling along the shores of Pink Gin Beach on the southern tip of GrenadaSandals LaSource Grenada takes all-inclusive to the next level. Not only are your meals and gratuities included, but so is an alluring selection of wines and beverages, including afternoon tea. There is an array of recreational pleasures for you to indulge in throughout the course of your stay. You may receive a daily spa treatment or nurture body and mind with yoga and meditation classes. The stunning selection of chic rooms and lavish suites will surpass your expectations. Each heavenly retreat embraces Caribbean culture with charming wooden shutters filtering in soft light, elegant ceiling fans swaying gently, romantic four-poster beds carved from mahogany, as well as private balconies that frame breathtaking sea and garden views.

With seven restaurants, featuring the likes of a piano bar and seaside a lounge, cravings do not go unsatisfied while at LaSource. The global menu fuses together an array of tastes and artfully presents the delicacies. The spa is an escape all its own, with luxurious treatments enhanced by a handful of holistic activities, inspiring a profound sense of calm deep within. If you are seeking some action, enjoy one of the many water and land sports and activities - you can scuba dive and golf, or those seeking rarer options can give fencing and archery a shot. Discover your own private Garden of Eden as you explore this lush botanical island where chatty monkeys swing from towering bamboo and the water glistens on the shores of deserted beaches.

Location of Sandals LaSource Grenada

Sandals LaSource Grenada
Pink Gin Beach
Saint George, Grenada

Nearest Airport: GND

Amenities for Sandals LaSource Grenada

  • General Information
  • 100 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Deli
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Golf Course
  • Tennis Courts
  • Jogging Track
  • Personal Trainers
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Billiards
  • Table Tennis
  • Archery
  • Bird Watching
  • Meditation
  • Volleyball
  • Business
  • Business Services
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for Sandals LaSource Grenada

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Truly a 5 star Room, restaurants/food, ammeneties all excellent Staff excellent Islam is beautiful, wonderful people Maybe the beach was less than a 5, probably a 3 plus compared to Grand Anse beach. We'll be going again soon.

mikev2437


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Had the pleasure of going to Sandals La Source Grenada the end of March /beginning of April 2017. Our room was in Lovers Lagoon Honeymoon walkout jr. suite. We enjoyed the peace and tranquility of this area. Sitting on the patio listening to the fountains in the pond while having a late afternoon drink was a daily event. We were concerned before arriving that the Lovers Lagoon area might be quite far back away from all the amenities which was not the case. It is a very short stroll to the main pool and restaurants and a little bit further to the beach. The room was beautiful, tranquility tub on the patio and inside a spacious tub and separate shower area. We were also concerned reading previous reviews that not having a butler would make it difficult to get pool chairs or restaurant reservations. Although having a butler does help we were fortunate that the week we were there they were not at full capacity and we had no difficulty accessing beach/pool chairs or getting restaurant reservations at a reasonable time. We did hear from staff that this can be an issue during very busy high times. More frequent clearing of towels from beach and pool chairs would be beneficial, better yet if people would clear their towels when they leave that would help. The resort itself was beautiful, food exceptional and good choices. We spent most of our time at the beach and enjoyed the opportunity to go snorkeling right off the beach by the rock breaker wall. It is quieter by the tranquility pool and beach if you are looking for an quiet relaxing place. The main pool was livelier with music and different activities to join in. The red flag was up most of the days we were there but we did manage to get out once with the boat snorkeling which was fun. We went on the catamaran sunset cruise which was nice to see the coast by boat. We chose to book a private tour with Mandoo Seales - Mandoo's tour and taxi service. It was a great customized tour. We hiked to Seven Sister's Falls, toured a nutmeg processing station, learned all about harvesting cocoa at Belmont Estates, went to the Rum Distillery and learned so much about the island. Would highly recommend booking a private tour. Very enjoyable vacation!

Didi0023 - Guelph, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

There are many Reviews focusing on the resort itself but little information regarding the diving as a whole, so this Review will focus on that with the 4 star rating given solely for diving. We were married at LaSource in November 2016 and dove almost every day while there. The dive boat was gorgeous and the staff were extremely friendly. There were no sales tactics to go on the paid dives which is good, but there was very little information offered on any of the paid dives. We had heard of Molinere and wanted to go to Shark Reef but the ocean was uncooperative on the Atlantic side while we were there. Staff - The shop staff were very good and informative. If they did not have the information offhand they could point you to the right person immediately. The Divemasters (no idea of the names...sorry) were, for the most part, good. Our first Divemaster was a grand gentleman with a freemason ring which he used as a tank banger. He was fantastic! Funny, Informative and attentive. My husband particularly enjoyed this gentleman. Our second Divemaster was younger, who regaled us with stories of lionfish culling and some glorious stings from this invasive species. He was quite entertaining. Our 3rd Divemaster was NOT cared for by my husband. This tall, thin gentleman was abrupt and not very informative when about to drift dive in strong ocean current. It was after the dive that he told us to stay low to the reef (information that would have helped to know beforehand). He also showed no concern for his group, never looked for any of the divers, and was more concerned about just drifting along on his own. He was not as we would expect a representative of Sandals to be. The sites were all relatively close to the resort. The ones we visited were: SPICE REEF (max depth 62 ft) - Our first introduction to Grenadian diving. This site was ok. Not as colourful as seen on later dives. Various types of fish but no large schools. MOLINERE SCULPTURE PARK (max depth 38 ft) - this was the only paid dive verbally offered ($50 USD). We saw a barracuda, a few lionfish, sharp-tailed eels and an octopus hidden in a rock that refused to come out and play. Now the not so good...while the aquatic life was nice the park has been abused either by the ocean or uncaring divers (vandalism). Not worth the money to see. There is no reason why fallen sculptures cannot be righted and fixed. BLACK FOREST (max depth 54 ft) - A drift dive but not a great site. Visibility was fantastic but you were looking at a barren landscape. Quite devoid of fish species. It looked almost moonscape-ish. THE ROCK (max depth 84 ft) - This was a good site. Very colourful, descended into a large group of small jellyfish. Many lobster, sharp-tailed eels and a variety of fish. Great visibility. CHARLESTON'S DROP (max depth 61 ft) - Our favourite dive hands down! Named by a diver who discovered it. Insane schools of various species of fish, large puffers, sharp-tailed eels, huge lobsters, sting ray and our awesome Divemaster even pointed a scorpion fish. I do not know how he even spotted it. Incredible. In short, it was a fantastic first Grenadian dive experience. We hope to experience ones that are on the Sandals website one day lol. The rating of 4 stars is simply because, it didn't reach the level of the Bahamas, Hawaii and Grand Cayman...other places we have dove.

Melissa P - Hamilton, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Absolutely excellent trip. The hotel and grounds are immaculate. We had a butler suite with infinity edge pool and hot tub and were thoroughly amazed by the room quality. The room pool was a bit chilly during this trip (best time to use it was between 3 and 6pm). But a late night dip in the private hot tub was perfect and relaxing. Also the solid wifi coverage around the entire resort was welcome. The food was stellar in most cases, Dino’s by the swim up pool had pizza and other snacks during the day, and there was the great hot dog cart over by the sushi restaurant. The sushi restaurant was another gem, as was the steak at Butch’s. I could skip the mediocre side dishes there and just have the fabulous steak. All the other restaurants were up to the usual Sandal’s standards and always had something great to eat. Late night room service was also good, helping fill in after an early dinner. The bars were excellent especially the Swim up bar and Tipsy Turtle. Both were often busy with activity and the staff created some great cocktails. We camped out at the pool with the swim up bar every day, occasionally making our way across the resort for the beach or watersports activities. By late morning all of the loungers at the swim up pool would be full, but if you got there by 10am you normally could get a good spot. The beach is small as others have said, but still nice. There are a few piers that go out into the water, which make for nice evening strolls around the property. Couches and fire pits dot various parts of the area giving you plenty of places to lounge around and enjoy the beautiful weather. Lastly, the loop recommendation system was broken when we were there so I wanted to make sure we shouted out people that may our trip wonderful: Our butlers Glendon and Kerwin were superstars. The swim up bar was a favorite location with Delroy and Kareem making great drinks and an overall happy and fun demeanor, the trip would have been much less fun without them. Speaking of fun Steven and Joel rocked, they were the best of the playmakers and I could listen to Joel announce all the games and events all day, every day. Lastly Ricardo and Chrisie in the tipsy turtle made many of our evenings enjoyable. All the people in the resort were great but these few made our vacation and anniversary something truly special. Overall I cannot recommend this place enough, so much so that we booked our trip back next year during our stay.

r_duke1 - Tarrytown, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

My wife and I just returned from our trip to Sandals La Source Grenada. We love diving, so a lot of our time was spent interacting with the Dive Masters and Boat Captains. The entire team is awesome, but I have to give a big shout out to Charlson (Dive Master) and Shawn (Boat Captain). These two awesome guys came in on their day off so a couple of us divers could dive Bianca C. Thank you guys so much for that memorable experience. We can't wait to come back and see you guys again next year.

David L


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