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The Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club is located on the serene south west coast of Grenada, offering views out over the Caribbean Sea. This coveted location is made extra special as the resort is home to Dive Grenada’s five star PADI dive centre, making it the ideal base from which to explore the volcanic coastline and vibrant reefs of Grenada.
21 hillside villas and hacienda suites are spread across the resort and all offer bright and spacious rooms. The interior décor is a mix of cool creams with vibrant pops of colour creating an inviting Caribbean vibe.
Meals can be enjoyed at Savvy's open-air clubhouse or the Beach Cabana, where chefs specialise in a mixture of Indian and Caribbean dishes and source ingredients from the resort's own vegetable garden as part of a farm-to-table, eco-friendly, mentality.
There's a multitude of facilities on site to entertain even the most stubborn of sunbathers, including a state of the art gym, relaxing spa, tennis court and a shimmering outdoor pool. But the real treat at Mount Cinnamon is the aforementioned dive centre.
Grenada's volcanic coastline makes it one of our favourite dive spots in the Caribbean. The Isle of Spice, with its pristine marine environment, is the perfect spot for reef, wreck, drift and photographic diving and all lie only a short ten minute boat ride from Mount Cinnamon. The centre runs three dives a day along with an adventurous night dive to search for nocturnal marine life.
Why we love it
Grenada is also home to the world's first underwater sculpture park in Moliniere Bay, which acts as a rather unusual artificial reef and makes for a very unique dive, just 25 minutes north of Mount Cinnamon.
Louisa, Original Diver