Spice Island Beach Resort, an all-inclusive luxury resort in Grenada, recently reopened after closing to make several resort enhancements earlier this year. Among the enhancements is a new, open-air yoga pavilion that overlooks the serene Grand Anse Beach.
“The addition of Janissa’s Spa yoga pavilion elevates our facilities in such a way that complements our innovative treatments, and broadens the range of wellness options available for our guests” says Sir Royston O. Hopkin KCMG, chairman and managing director of Spice Island Beach Resort, in a statement on the resort website. “The spa is a true sanctuary befitting the style, luxury and unobtrusive attentiveness at the center of our hospitality philosophy.”
Spice Island is home to Janissa's Spa, which was designed by American architect Kobi Karp and overlooks tropical gardens, an outdoor relaxation area, and reflection pool. The spa's new yoga pavilion overlooking the Grand Anse Beach will serve as an additional tranquil relaxation area for spa guests.
The AAA Five Diamond award-winning property's planned closure throughout the month of September was not impacted by the hurricanes that impacted the nearby Leeward Islands recently.
"While Grenada has remained untouched, those suffering in the aftermath of the catastrophic hurricanes are in our hearts and prayers," says Hopkin. Guests interested in contributing to relief efforts to support the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association's Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund via Tourism Cares.