Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
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Made up of sixteen private cottages, this romantic boutique hotel in Grenada sits above a deserted stretch of beach. Relaxation is always the order of the day here, whether that means a lazy afternoon by the glittering pool or a sun-soaked dip in the crystal-clear sea.
Rustic chic in style, Laluna embodies traditional Caribbean charm with thatched ceilings, feather-light white curtains and leafy palms. Blending with the local style are Italian-inspired quirks - the hotel is, after all, Italian-owned and has been designed by no less than Armani architect Gabriella Giuntoli.
This is an adult-only property and is therefore unsuitable for children eleven years old and under.
The characterful thatched-roofed restaurant overlooks the shimmering ocean - a dreamy backdrop for a just as lovely meal. Cuisine here focuses on Italian and local cuisine, from freshly-made pastas to Caribbean specialities. Meals are whipped up using organic and locally sourced produce where possible.
For a pre-dinner tipple, head to the beach bar where you can sip on a range of tropical cocktails. Wine-buffs are also well-catered for, with over 10,000 Italian bottles tucked away in the hotel’s wine cellars.
A cooked-to-order breakfast is served in the mornings (extra charge applies).
There are sixteen cottages to choose from at Laluna, all of which have been individually designed in a rustic chic style. From terracotta-hued walls to polished dark wood furnishings within, there is a distinct Caribbean style to each - some even have floaty white drapes hanging over four-poster beds. Better yet, some cottages have their own terraces and plunge pools.
Overlooking the breathtaking sea below, the turquoise outdoor pool is perfect for a refreshing swim. For an added splash of TLC, there is also a pampering Asian Spa, where you can unwind with a massage or beauty treatment.
Looking for something more active? The hotel has a great gym in which to put yourself through your paces, or attend one of the regular yoga sessions hosted on the pavilion overlooking the ocean.