Looking for a place to stay in St. George's? Then look no further than Grand View Inn, a budget friendly inn that brings the best of St. George's to your doorstep.
Rooms at Grand View Inn provide a kitchenette and air conditioning.
In addition, while staying at Grand View Inn guests have access to room service. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Grand View Inn.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Grenada Crafts Center (2.4 mi) and Fort George (2.4 mi), guests of Grand View Inn can easily experience some of St. George's' most well known attractions.
While visiting St. George's, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Patrick's Local Homestyle Cooking Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular waterfall like Annandale Falls, which is a short distance from the inn.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Grand View Inn as you experience everything St. George's has to offer.
We were staying there and the power company turned off the power because of an unpaid bill. The owner refused to pay the bill and we ran on a generator which barely powered a fan let alone the refrigerator. He also refused to pay for another hotel for us to stay in. Do not stay at Grandview Inn.
It all started by a group of four looking for somewhere different to play cards and have a meal.So long since any of us had been to Grand View we decisded to check it out. The Grand View was suffering from th effects of Ivan last time I saw it but everything seems to be fixed now and the views from the (2nd floor) bar and restaurant are really "awesome" just for once.. The food was well cooked and hot (not too common on Grenada), albeit from a restricted but sensibly priced menu, and the service was efficient and friendly. Sadly, the restaurant was empty other than our group. Such a shame, it deserves attention and support.
My girlfriend and I were there for 11 days and 80% of our time was spent at the hotel, so we got a great feel for the place. 'Island Time' sure was infectious! First let me state that the staff are incredibly friendly and you're always met with a smiling face. I found their genuine, friendly-nature to be a comforting presence whenever on the grounds. The cleaning staff were very thorough and kept that place spotless, even when we weren't so good at it! The owner was extremely accommodating and truly set the tone for the staff members as genuinely nice and friendly. The room met every expectation I had and I spent tons of time on that balcony. The fans in the rooms are like helicopters on high, definitely nice when coming out of the humidity! The fridge was perfect size for what we needed it for...keeping all that Carib cool! We made a run down to the food fair and got some snacks and water to throw in there too so it was really nice to have. The mangoes the staff gave us were unreal, I had a few a day. You haven't had a mango until you've had one freshly picked. I was instantly addicted. If you've never been to Grenada, stock up on water when you get there. I was going through about 3 litres a day just to keep up! The room, the pool and the Carib were the only retreats from the heat. The "Grand View" is entirely understated and no picture or review could ever do it justice. The view from the right corner of the balcony in the restaurant is unbelievable. I found myself drawn to that spot every time I was there, day or night. There's something about that view that just kept me captivated until the very last day. I found every part of the hotel to be very high-end. From the well manicured grounds, to the fantastic food, to the friendly service, to the great room with kitchenette to the great proximity to Mourne Rouge and Grand Anse beaches. Chef Wesley is an all-star in that kitchen! He never ceased to amaze me with each dish. I've never eaten fish so much in my life. I had chicken roti a few times and it was up there with the best I've ever had. I found myself going outside the box with food I've never tried just to see what he could do. The Calliloo Soup was out of this world. Typically, I like a hearty soup but I've never had so many broth-only soups and been so satisfied. The flavours coming out of them were awesome. While I enjoyed the beaches, I'm more of a pool-side guy and the view from that pool is great! Sitting on a beach staring into the ocean only keeps my attention for so long and sitting near the railing looking out toward Mourne Rouge was what kept me poolside. I was in that pool every 20 mins because of the heat and it was always the perfect temperature to cool the body down. There's a wifi hut but I quickly forgot about 'real-life' so I only used once or twice. Worked as advertised. In resort-style hotels, I feel like a number. In this hotel, I felt like part of the family and it really added to the overall experience. All in all, I have to say that I couldn't have hoped for anything more and will definitely be back. It truly was a trip to paradise!…
I stayed here long term and had a good long term stay in a standard one room studio. The room when I first moved in had a little bit of mold but that was taken care of in a few days with some bleach and paint. I was greeted was a gorgeous view of the ocean each day. This place is relatively nice for students and who's expectations aren't as high as a vacationer. I was happy as there was twice weekly cleaning, adequate A/C and hot water. Cons: kitchen was tiny w/ no microwave and sink could hold only a few plates. Walls are very thin and you can hear your neighbors from every side and above you as well as down from the beach when they play music. Invest in some earplugs. Sometimes requests for things to be done (i.e. refill on the propane for the stove/oven, another light bulb etc) take many many tries, really depends on who is behind the counter at the time. There seems to be poor communication among the staff. Either that or many of the staff members don't want to take care of a lot of the problems or know how to. The medium sized pool gets cleaned once a week and was a nice break from the studying. There are lounge chairs but the cushions are torn and old. The patio sitting area is dirty and doesn't get much cleaning. Major remodeling needs to be done here as this place is falling apart but efforts are made to patch it up as much as possible. There are only 2 washing machines and 2 dryers for the entire hotel that we prayed wouldn't breakdown. The dryers only seem to blow out cold air because nothing seems to get dry at a reasonable time. Even then, I had to do laundry at the oddest hours because they are in constant use for these 70+ units. Restaurant: More like a deli and nothing too special in terms of food and quality. The setting is nice however - in a cave-like design with gorgeous views. The restaurant seems to be always empty - staff and patrons. No one is there to seat you when you arrive, you have to go looking for the staff. Had few strands of chef's hair on my meal that I had taken to go-last time I ate there. Has potential to be great but far from it now.…
The view of Grand Anse Beach and the beautiful atmosphere were fantastic.The food was great.The building environment was poor with rats and snakes and other crawling creatures.The workers are friendly,makes you feel at home but I think the supervisor works them too hard as if they are slaves. It's sad to say ...