This is a great little resort; it’s relaxed and cozy. Business (well, waiting for my business to arrive) brought me here for two nights and I was lucky enough to stay in a tower suite.
Getting there from St George’s can take a while, the island is small but there’s lots of traffic and the roads are... well, mostly B roads :) True Blue is a bit out of the way but then the islands isn’t exactly large and you can get to things, just take your time. You’re in the Caribbean after all!
Having said this, if you’re coming from the airport you should get there fairly quickly, it’s quite close. So you will have the occasional plane going above your head, if you’re sensitive to this kind of noise you might want to stay away, I found it great to sit on my tower and watch them go by as they gained altitude.
As said above I was lucky enough to stay in a tower suite; a great room! It’s spacious, air conditioned (there’s a ceiling fan, too, if you like it more old fashioned) and features a large bathroom with whirlpool and a funky shower. On the outside you’ll find a spacious deck with furniture and a spiral staircase to the tower. This tower quickly became my favorite spot; great views and a bit of a breeze make the hours pass up there nicely. Go easy on the booze though, that spiral staircase isn’t exactly easy to navigate ;) The only thing I’d change in the room would be the location of the TV but hey, I’d didn’t come here to watch TV.
True Blue does not have a beach (but a beach shuttle) but two pools and the ‘beach’ infinity pool makes up for the lack of the real thing. I think I actually prefer it over the real thing but everyone’s different when it comes to this.
Breakfast is included, the choices are a little limited (I’m German and I guess we’re known to celebrate our breakfasts) but the omelet man did an excellent job!
The Dodgy Dog restaurant also had great meals for both lunch and dinner. Room service is available but I didn’t give it a try.
If you stay here make sure you read the guest information folder in the room, it’s clearly written by True Blue’s (British) owner, who happens to be the resorts plumber as well, and a fun read.
Overall I enjoyed staying at True Blue very much. It was short and sweet but if I can find the time I’ll surely be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- True Blue Bay Resort, Grenada Friendly and homelike this colorful and delightful Boutique Resort reflects the life style of the beautiful island of Grenada and its community. Set among tropical gardens sloping down to the sparkling blue waters of the bay, True Blue offers a charming variety of perfectly appointed rooms suiting every budget. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- True Blue Bay Boutique Hotel St. George`s
- True Blue Bay Hotel Marina
- True Blue Bay St Georges