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... rushed....The owner was accommodating and friendly. The room was beautiful... We booked a small hike with Margo. It was...
... be heard from everywhere in the hotel. There are also two suites downstairs in the main building, overlooking the sea. The...
... to do it! PS - we stayed in the beachfront “pineapple” room, which came with an extremely friendly and cuddly cat who...
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... here for 5 nights 6/14/16 to 6/19/2016 The setting was beautiful. We had the Cocoa room ocean front. The views, the sound and the wind was so relaxing. We stayed in Grand...
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thfootball05 wrote a review Sep 2019
New York21 contributions12 helpful votes
My girlfriend and I stayed here for only one night, but wished we'd stayed longer. The people were wonderful; the views stunning. Service at the restaurant was slow, but we weren't rushed....The owner was accommodating and friendly. The room was beautiful... We booked a small hike with Margo. It was wonderful!! Short hike that ended at a pub. ...We will be back someday. Totally worth the drive.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Response from Petiteanse, Public Relations Manager at Petite Anse Beachfront Hotel & Restaurant Grenada
Responded 6 Jan 2020
Thank you so much for coming, and for taking the time to leave us a review. We offer the same hike every Sunday morning for guests followed by our BBQ buffet lunch. Do come back again soon, in the meantime, all the best from all of us at Petite Anse Hotel.
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Tim W wrote a review Aug 2019
Grenada23 contributions14 helpful votes
This small hotel on the north coast of Grenada is at the opposite end of the island from most of the tourist locations, on a hill sloping down to a lovely little beach. It consists of a central building for the restaurant and bar, and the rooms in their own cottages scattered around the grounds and on the slopes on either side down towards the beach. The rooms have a rustic feel, with simple but artistic decor, and offer a great sense of privacy. The rooms on the slope always offer the sleep inducing sound of the waves on the beach below, and when the winds are stronger the waves can be heard from everywhere in the hotel. There are also two suites downstairs in the main building, overlooking the sea.

The restaurant opens onto the terrace overlooking the sea, with its view through the cluster of coconut palms to the islands to the north; on a clear day you can easily see Union Island in the Grenadines! Meals can be taken on the terrace or indoors, with the outdoors enabling you to feel the cooling ocean breezes, and the indoors being essential when the rains suddenly sweep in. But the marine weather typically ensures that the squalls pass as quickly as they arrive during the wet season, giving way to sunshine and glorious views again.

The staff have mostly been with the hotel for years, and provide a warm and welcoming service to us, so we feel like family when we visit. And we understand that many of the guests are regular visitors to the hotel. We take all our visitors to the hotel, at least for a lovely lunch, and the magic of this special place never fails to grab them. And we go up there ourselves to stay for a couple of nights a few times every year so that we can relax in its tranquility and explore the quiet and beautiful northern section of the island in detail.

This is a really special place in a tranquil setting, and we highly recommend it for any visitor to Grenada who loves peace and beauty.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: The two suites in the main building are excellent, with their own huge balconies looking over the...
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Thank you so much for coming and taking the time to leave us a review. We hope to see you again soon. All the best in the meantime.
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spayne222 wrote a review Aug 2019
Huntingdon, United Kingdom12 contributions1 helpful vote
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My husband and I spent our honeymoon at Petite Anse in July 2019. It is a gorgeous location and the rooms are simple but comfortable with ceiling fan, a/c, and a stunning view. The staff was incredibly kind and helpful. We did not rent a car for our whole stay but did rent the hotel car for two days of island explorations. We highly recommend the trip to Sandy Island - certainly a day to remember! Breakfast was good and the dinner menus changed each day - always offering fresh fish, meat and a vegetarian option. We had read the hotel was “off the beaten track” but did not realise there was no other shops/ restaurants to even walk to... so not for those wanting variety. However if “getting away” is your goal, Petite Anse is a wonderful place to do it!
PS - we stayed in the beachfront “pineapple” room, which came with an extremely friendly and cuddly cat who regularly came to visit and apparently has an attachment to this bungalow.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank you for choosing us, it was lovely to meet you and we hope you come again soon. In the meantime, all the best from all of us at Petite Anse Hotel.
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Greg Reedman wrote a review Jul 2019
Chicago, Illinois4,225 contributions465 helpful votes
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If you desire to explore the north of Grenada... this is your place.
If you enjoy going to sleep to the sound of waves pounding at the beachfront, the wind blowing through the trees and birds singing to you... this is your place.

Location: so Petit Anse Hotel is the only hotel in the north of the island and most likely north of Grand Anse - there are some rentals along the way and around the island but this is the only full blown hotel/resort and yet it keeps an intimate character as there are very few rooms. The drive is about 1.5-2h at most - the road is decent, it narrows at points in the towns you cross so sometimes you need to stop and let the traffic through but otherwise it's a wide enough road to accommodate 2 big cars at the same time. The quality of the road around the island is also good, some occasional pud holes but nothing to lose a wheel on :) we rented a small car and it was perfectly fine for the entire trip, and was not an issue at all to get here either. Where the drive gets tricky is that Google maps shows "wrong" directions twice; first at Mt Nesbit - it shows to continue along the shore where the old main road used to be - it's a dirt road with lots of holes in it, you can pass through it but there is a normal cemented road that goes around that area (see markings on my pictures) - it's right beofre the biggest town in that area called Gouyave (where you will probably return due to some things to do here - see below), second "wrong" direction is to the actual Petit Anse Hotel from the main road - it's indeed shorter but it's a side road super narrow for just one car at the time and lots of ups and downs and not the best quality; you will recognize it by a wooden bridge (yes I was concerned to cross it at first) and it does have the hotel's name on the wall showing as the directions to it - see my map again on how to avoid it - the best route to the hotel is through town called Sauters - it's longer but normal road compared to this little side one - both will get you to the final destination - for every island exploration afterwards you will go through Sauters; we did arrive initially through that side road at night (haha was an experience I will tell you that) and left during the day time as we were comfortable enough by then to use it again - and yes the wooden bridge will handle the car :)

Room: we had the room Cocoa which is right below the restaurant, beachfront - the room is nice, big and spacious, it has A/C and a fan in in the ceiling - the bathroom is connected via door but it also has a separate entrance if you desire to access it directly from the outside - the bathroom has also a lot of windows that can be opened and this is the only thing you may dislike - to close them means the humidity kicks in and the smell is not most welcoming but alternatively if you open it there are living creatures coming it :) on our welcome day there was a huge bug and another time I took a shower with a little lizard - did not mind either yet my wife was not as comfortable about it :) this is a very green and lush area of the island so show some understanding - the property is new, I believe built in 2009 and trust me the nature and elements show no mercy! The views are pretty as you can see the Grenadines and sometimes even St. Vincent, each room has a nice patio with furniture on it and plenty of shade, the room includes the typical like safe etc. but you don't need to worry about it here - do take with you the power socket adapter as there are no USB outlets in the walls and all plugs are the type G. The room also includes a fridge but there are not too many stores nearby so do grab some water/beer etc. on the way from the airport so you can have something cool in the room as well - alternatively the restaurant/bar serves good stuff as well. Our room had a big heavy key :) looks like other rooms may have been updated or at least their doors looked different but in any event you may have a really big heavy iron key that you may need to carry with you - not a big inconvenience since you will either stay at the hotel or drive somewhere but it is HEAVY! :)

Hotel grounds/amenities; beautifully incorporated into the hill with all kinds of plants and trees all over the place - be aware of some coconuts :) we didn't see any fall during our time but I would not want to take my chances on the main pathway. Also, there are stairs all over the property since it's on a hill... may not be for everyone and also the pathway right below the swimming pool that leads you to the rooms and beach is slightly "tilted" and when it gets wet from either rain or sprinklers you want to be very careful - do ask for help with the luggage as it's not an easy walk, make sure to reward the person helping you out. There is a very nice swimming pool with some umbrellas for shade and the restaurant provides beautiful views - the best around the entire property. Plenty of parking on the property but be careful when you come back to the main street as the road narrows and it's hilly so pay attention if someone else is coming/leaving.

Beach & views; so coming to Petit Anse for a beach experience would not be the smartest idea since it's place at the very far north of the island = think pounded by the Atlantic waves but actually it's a swimmable beach here if you really want to take a dip in the ocean - the waves are bigger and you want to pay attention to them but the currents aren't actually pulling you back to the ocean allowing for a refreshing swim (alternatively you want to use the swimming pool), the beach is darker sand yet very soft - the thing the hotel could improve is actually to clean up the beach and organize a bit, there is a lot of random things on the beach and like I said no one comes here for the beach but this little improvement could be a cherry on the top of the Petit Anse Cake ;) the beach beds are also very dated and not in good condition, they are all covered in green sea weed etc. from underneath, did not bother me as we did not spend too much time on the beach but it may bother some people - again you will not spend time here really, most likely you will be in the area to explore the north and just sit and relax at your patio to listen to the ocean and enjoy the views rather than be worried about the sunbeds :)

Food & Restaurant options: the breakfast included is very tasty! I actually did not realize it was included until we arrived - it may appear simple but everything is freshly made and we enjoyed it a lot + pair it with the views of Grenadines and the soundtrack of the ocean and you have a perfect start to each day! Do make sure to ask a day in advance for the local breakfast - it's very good and it comes with Cocoa Tea (it's hot local chocolate in Grenada, despite the Tea in name has nothing to do with a tea) and you will get addicted :) We have not eaten any lunch at the property as we always explored the island during that time so for that I can tell you that you have some options in Sauters and of course at Belmont Estate (I am pretty sure you will visit either way), some in the Bathway beach or going back southwest to the towns of Victoria/Gouyave - depending how many nights you stay you may want to look up more spots or just eat on the spot; as to dinner we ate at Petit Anse twice and once at Armadillo next door (24h reservation in advance required, cash only, USD accepted) and we enjoyed our options - the menu changed daily for dinner and all dishes we had were very tasty - eating on the hotel is very convenient and well prices, they definitely do not overcharge like the typical hotels and that definitely makes it easier for people who may want to eat on a budget. Hotel bar also serves good drinks and of course Carib beer is always nice and cold :)

Attractions & things to do: it's the north so you definitely want to go to River Antoine Rum Distiller (about 25-30 minute drive), Belmont Estate (about 20-25 minute drive), Lavera Beach at night (about 25-30 minute drive - do ask hotel in advance to call SPECTO if they do the turtle watching that day - it goes from March to July as otherwise I would not go to Lavera that far and just try Bathway Beach), you can go back towards Gouyave and do the Nutmeg Processing Tour, chocolate plantations etc.) there is enough to keep you busy and break the day - I loved chilling in the morning to the nice breakfast, leaving for the lunch/excursion and then relaxing in the evening as well - see my other reviews if you are interested in the above - the drives are easy, we drove as a small car so no SUV required for anything, at times you will force it to the lower gear and that's about it

Overall: it's one of those locations that will capture your heart, it's an experience and a journey type of stays, especially if you will explore the north of the island and see how different it is from the "busier" southwest - it's colorful and Grenadian flags/colors are proudly displayed on trees/stones/rocks etc. it's really nice to experience this firsthand and yet have the convenience of Petit Anse Hotel as your home/base to return to - definitely would recommend the place to all who seek the Pure Grenada experience :)
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Closer to the beach so you can enjoy the sound of the ocean more
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Thank you so much for coming and for taking the time to leave a helpful review for future potential guests. we appreciate that we do hope you can come back to see us again one day. Take care in the meantime from all of us at Petite Anse.
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MarieLouise25 wrote a review Jun 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands135 contributions23 helpful votes
The view is amazing and they have a nice restaurant. Rooms are of a nice size, but bit outdated and our bathroom smelled a bit like wet dogs. Each room does have great ocean view and big porch! The staff and owner are lovely. The pool is nice and it is close to Belmont estate, which is nice to visit.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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