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Mount Cinnamon in Saint George's, Grenada

With just 21 intimate suites and villas, a stay at Mount Cinnamon is comparable to a private estate. The resort enjoys an idyllic island location on Grenada, which is blessed with one of the best climates known to earth. Reserve a room that best fits your needs - from one-bedroom suites to three-bedroom villas - each with its own remarkable setting and amenities such as modern kitchens, roomy dressing areas and lounging nooks.

This West Indies retreat may only cater to a handful of guests, but its roster of on-site amenities can easily compete with that of larger resorts. There is a school for scuba divers, a sparkling swimming pool, private beach cabanas, a fitness center and beach equipment to borrow. Savvy's Restaurant, also located on the premises, offers succulent seafood and views of Grande Anse Beach. Mount Cinnamon also serves chilled cocktails, fresh salads and barbecue specialties for lunch at The Beach Cabana, situated right on the sand. The resort is home to Moi Spa, which promotes well being through the use of traditions and techniques borrowed from local culture. Therapeutic treatments can take place at the spa itself or in the privacy of your own suite or villa. There is always something to do here, so kick off your flip flops and take a hike, go river tubing or play a round of tennis. Explore the treasures of Grenada through Mount Cinnamon.

Location of Mount Cinnamon

Mount Cinnamon
Morne Rouge Grand Anse PO Box 3858
Saint George's, Grenada

Nearest Airport: GND

Amenities for Mount Cinnamon

  • General Information
  • 21 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • Personal Trainers
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Satellite Television
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • In-Unit Laundry Facilities
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Private Pools
  • Fully-Equipped Kitchens
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Boat Excursions
  • Nearby
  • National Parks
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach
  • Holiday
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Mount Cinnamon

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I stayed at Mount Cinnamon for three amazing nights from 6/15-6/18 before moving to an all-inclusive resort for the second half of your stay. When we arrived, we were greeted by several staff members who brought us a drink from the bar, finalized our exclusions which were booked prior to our arrival via e-mail, and let us know about events occurring on the resort property. The open-air lobby / restaurant area was beautifully decorated, the grounds were lush and filled with beautiful birds, flowers, and fruit trees. Villa We were then driven to our room. We were taken to a large free-standing villa equipped with two bathrooms (one upstairs, one downstairs, a kitchen area, Living room, a large bookshelf with several great read options, two balconies, and an absolutely breathtaking view of Grand Anse beach and St. George's across the water. Beach: The beautiful beach was a short walk away down a beautifully landscaped path. If you have mobility issues, you would most-likely need to arrange for transportation to and from the beach because the walk is on a hill. Returning to my villa from the beach was an uphill battle- but I really enjoyed walking the path. The beach has powder white sand, and there is good snorkeling not far off the beach. In addition, we never had an issue getting an umbrella and chairs at the resort. Typically, there may have been 3 other couples relaxing at the same time- Not crowded at all! Mount Cinnamon is walking distance to a grocery store, Umbrella's bar, which had delicious wings and live music, and Mount Cinnamon has a beach bar/ restaurant right on their beach. Dining: The complimentary breakfast in the morning was excellent- we loved the breakfast burritos, and everything else! For lunch, we ate a snack from the beach bar, which was brought right to our beach chairs in the sand. For dinner, one night we ate at Umbrellas (not at Mount Cinnamon). On Friday nights, Mount Cinnamon hosts a bonfire on the beach. I highly recommend this Friday night bonfire/ dinner on the beach. It was entertaining as there were drummers and dancers performing, and the food was delicious. On Saturday night we had tapas and listened to a live singer. Overall, we were very impressed with the food quality and service at Mount Cinnamon! Helpful Hints: Bring your cellphone/ flashlight if walking at night- The path from the beach is not well lit, and It gets dark EARLY! We were expecting sunset to be 8:30 like the USA in summer, but nope! 6:30 sunset. Do go to the Friday night beach bon fire/ dinner Realize that the resort is on a hill and there is walking hills/ stairs, but the do offer transportation for those needing it. Explore the island- We took a day tour with a private driver named Ashton- He was great :-) *Skip Annandale waterfall- it's a tourist trap full of people hounding you for money. Do visit: Bellmont Estate (Chocolate Tour), Rivers Rum Distillery Pack a bottle of wine in your checked bags to enjoy while sitting on your balcony- One 2nd thought, walk to the grocery store (they sold beer and wine there!!!) Don't pay 6-7 US dollars for a Carib beer. They are 6 or 7 dollars EC money - They got us at Umbrellas (darn!) At Mount Cinnamon they were about 3 US dollars, but at the grocery store, they are about $ 1.50 US dollars. Do Enjoy the amazing views, beach, and service!

Lindsay G - Pennsylvania

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the best places to stay in Grenada if it is within your price range. It's great to be somewhere with an amazing view up the hill and then not far from the beach at the same time. The staff is always looking out to see if you need anything. The beach area is great. The included breakfast is awesome. Very few downsides but those would be the overpriced food at the beach bar, though it is delicious. They also had only one float for the water when we were there and it was cracking. But included water sports were otherwise awesome. Overall it was great!

grandmasterhash - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hotel is in a great location with a gorgeous section of Grand Anse beach attached to it. The beach is a short walk from the main hotel, but very well equipped with a restaurant and bar, lots of shade and a dive shop. The site is very hilly, but there are buggies if you can't make it. There are a handful of restaurants within a 10-15 minute walk, including the highly rated Umbrellas. Whilst the resort is clearly child-friendly, we were not put off as a couple like we are sometimes by hoards of screaming kids clubbers. Our room was as spectacular as the location and was basically a small apartment for two. My only niggle was that toiletries in the bathrooms (2 of them!) were of poor quality, so bring your own shampoo/conditioner and moisturiser. Staff throughout the property are exceptional: friendly, professional and always helpful. They really do add a huge amount to the enjoyment of a stay here. The bar is well stocked and the restaurant good quality. Cocktails are excellent, though I did have to teach a couple how to make a Manhattan. They did a great job!

masaccio - Huntingdon, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a great boutique hotel! We enjoyed everything about the property. Our stay was from July 12 - 19. Upon arriving from the airport which is only a of couple minutes away, we were met by Mark Kitchen, the general manager of the property, who introduced us to the staff at the property. On all our travels that has never happened before! All of the staff was sincerely friendly with the guests, They actual knew our first names, Mark would stop by our table at either breakfast or dinner to chat and see if he or the staff could do anything to enhance our stay.. We were on the all-inclusive package and ordered from the menu for all our meals. This could have been a bit problematic....but it never happened because, Karim, the chef, asked for our menu request and prepared special entrees and desserts. On our last evening, he was going to prepare dinner on the beach for us of our choosing. Unfortunately, Tropical Storm Don changed those plans Several things to consider about the hotel,...,,it is located on hilly property, so the further the room, the more walking you will do. The lobby and restaurant are open air, no AC. The swimming pool is pretty small....most of the guests spend their time at the beach. The beach is about a 5 minute walk from the hotel, but, if that doesn't work, the staff will take you to and pick you up in a golf cart. Our "room" was quite large with two full bathes and a full kitchen. The room was clean and the maid service was great. We had a few minor issues with our room when we arrived so we called the front desk. Within 5 minutes, several of the staff were there to remedy the issues. If are interested in snorkeling or diving, Dive Grenada is located on the property. Be prepared with bug spray, we did not see many mosquitoes, but, we saw a lot of bug bites on guests' legs. Also, the flies were very annoying. We were told that it was mango season and once the season was over the flies would be gone. On our next trip to Grenada, we will be staying at Mt. Cinnamon.

JoePop72 - Pittsburgh, PA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My wife, daughter and I had the pleasure of calling the property (lucky suite 13 :) home from July 16-21 and hope to enlighten my fellow travelers as to why we'll be sure to return in the following review.... An easy :15 from the airport (door to door), had us arriving and welcomed by an eager staff with abundant smiles, rum punch, efficient and seamless check in, and a surprising and most helpful PRE PAID cell phone for golf cart drop offs and pick ups from the beach club (:5 ride or :10 walk downhill/:20 uphill) and the rooms should one require it... The property is idyllic situated between Grand Anse and 'BBC" beaches with stunning views of Grande Anse and St. George beyond. The views are magnificent as the resort is set on a hill top... This may discourage most EXCEPT in knowing the aforementioned golf carts were ALWAYS ready, willing and able to drop off/pick up from beach club (Grand Anse below) or any of the suites... We never had a problem (thank you Kevin for prompt/professional and friendly rides :) and used them often for the climb up, choosing to walk down... A small but deep pool and breakfast area welcomes the traveler... Towels, chairs and service always available by the sea, cocktails and eatables were DELIGHTFUL there as well.... I should hereby mention AYEISHA the bartender at the beach club prepared the BEST caipirinha (the GRenadian version), I have EVER tried!! Instant ADDICTION, and growing up in Rio de Janeiro, I consider myself a picky Caipirinha judge ;)... Thank you Ayeisha :0... I can still taste it.... Restrooms and shower areas were ALWAYS well maintained, towels and chairs constantly stocked and cleaned, making beach stays on the property a sound and perfect option... Should you decide to walk Grande Anse, about :15 to the right (half way down the beach), be sure to try "Umbrellas" fish bites, sweet potato fries, conch soup and/or ribs!! All were amazing and very close to the property... Keep in mind the beach club gate closes after 6:00 I believe, so if you expect a pick up after that time, make sure to notify the front desk... Breakfast sported an assortment of local fresh fruit, some cheese, cereal, cakes, a different hot item every day, and hot drinks, eggs and/or omelettes + toast to be ordered but inclusive in their rates... Service for the ordered items was on "Caribbean Time" so be a little patient and/or plan ahead :)... All items were fresh, clean and always served with a smile, I should also mention... Management (both property manager and owner) were ALWAYS visible, warm, engaging, and hospitable... A delight to see them every morning and comforting to know their "hands on" approach kept things predictably tidy throughout our stay... All basics were generally impressive and on point (fresh flowers and cinnamon cookies in turn down service, clean bathrooms and beach towels, lush well kept grounds etc..), but most helpful and impressive was the cell phone.. GENIUS and a SUPER convenient feature.... Can't praise it enough.... BBC beach (amazing sunsets - see pics) never gets windy/wavy and to the left of the property, is a mere :5 drive with plenty of parking by the side of the road at the bottom (across "Sangria" restaurant) was another amazing surprise... Grocery store off the service road behind Grande Anse sports a small food court and two ATM machines... :10 drive down hill just past the beach club and around the corner from the Police Station... St. George = :15 drive... Airport = :15 "Magazine Beach" (by the airport/where the airport road ends to the left facing away from the entrance) = Aquarium restaurant also only :15 away by car... I should hereby mention we rented a car and found the parking lot at the entrance (wide open, plenty of spaces and easy in/out) to be a life saver as we couldn't imagine driving up the narrow hill (golf cart had us up in minutes)... All in all we found the property welcoming, lush, hospitable, well located, clean, well managed and needless to say... Would DEFINITELY consider it for future stays :) Hope this helps ;) KS


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