You are looking for hostels in Grenada? Good news, you have come to the right place.
On this page we list every single city with hostels and other budget accommodations. Hostelz.com helps you to find your Grenada hostel and compare its prices on the major booking sites such as Hostelworld, Hostelsclub and Booking.com. So you can sleep on a budget and save money while backpacking Grenada.
We list every single hostel in Grenada and the world. In total, we have 1 cities in Grenada for you. Please note that not all cities actually have a hostel to stay in. Below you can filter for cities with hostels and with no hostels-type accommodation, but guesthouses and budget hotels. This will help your planning.
Alright, you are more the visual type? Planning your trip with a map is always handy.
Therefore, this map shows you all cities with hostels in Grenada. It will help you to plan your trip. Just zoom in the map and click your destination for more details. Just so you know: If we do not have a hostel in a city, it is likely that there is no hostel in that city.
Grenada is an island country in the small archipelago of the Grenadines, in the southern Caribbean Sea. It consists of itself and six smaller islands. It is located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, northeast of Venezuela, and southwest of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The capital of Grenada is St George’s, which is also the largest city. On the main island of Grenada, other large settlements include Grenville and Gouyave. The only other large settlement is Hillsborough, on the island of Carriacou. There is a high speed ferry between Hillsborough and St. George’s.
The Maurice Bishop International Airport is in St. George’s; it has flights to and from Toronto, London, New York, and Miami, with seasonal flights from Atlanta and Frankfurt. Renting a car will be the best way to get around the island, but with a decent transport infrastructure, you can opt for taking the bus if you prefer.
The currency in Grenada is the East Caribbean dollar, but US dollars are widely accepted. It’s main economies are spice exporting and tourism. Grenada is known as the spice island for its production of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and mace; it is the world’s second largest exporter of nutmeg. The centre of tourism in Grenada is the southwest region, nearest to St. George and the white sand beaches. Ecotourism is growing, with an emphasis on sustainable tourism and eco-friendly resorts.
French settlers founded a colony on Grenada in 1649 and ceded the islands to the British in the Treaty of Paris, in 1763. They recaptured the island in the American Revolution and ceded to the British again in 1783 in the Treaty of Versailles. Grenada achieved independence from the Crown in 1974 and was invaded by the United States in 1983 in response to a coup. The US withdrew in December 1983 and since then there has been a democratic election process, although Grenada remains a Commonwealth country.
The climate in Grenada is tropical. The rainy season occurs from June to November and the climate is dry much of the rest of the year. There are few hurricanes. The geography is mountainous, having been formed by volcanoes, and the highest point is only 843m tall. Thanks to this volcanic foundation, the soil is fertile which helps achieve the sugarcane, nutmeg, and other crop production that the country is known for. Otherwise, Grenada has the picturesque white sand beaches, lush green jungles, and sparkling waterfalls.
Budget accommodation in Grenada is rare, as it is in most of the Caribbean. Traditional hostels are rare, so instead of hostels, search for guesthouses or bed and breakfasts. Accommodation and dining in the Caribbean tend to be on the more expensive side, but you can travel for cheaper here if you really put your mind to it. Keep in mind that you may be further from town if you choose a very cheap place - and will end up spending that saved money on a taxi or bus into town. Once you have your accommodation sorted, explore the island! Grenada is full of both French and British architecture, Caribbean and Indian culture, and Afro-Carib music, dancing, and food. Hikers should explore the Grand Etang National Park for the waterfalls and swimming holes.
Grenada is less crowded than some other Caribbean islands and worth visiting; whatever you choose to do here, you will enjoy every moment!
Handwritten by local expert for Grenada hostels Jakob Lombardi
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There is a lot of travel planning to do. So let us help you once again by putting together the frequently asked questions:
There is several hostel booking sites, such as Hostelworld.com, Hostelsclub.com and Booking.com. While every platform has its pros and cons, there is a universal truth you as a traveler should be aware of: Not a single booking site can always offer the best prices.
This is where Hostelz.com comes in. You can compare all major booking portals with one click.
For you as a traveler, Hostelz.com is the best booking site to actually save money.
Prices always vary, depending on various factors. Weekends tend to be more expensive, same goes for special holidays. Please also take into account local vaction time.
You can search for exacty hostel prices in Grenada here on Hostelz.com. Pick your destination and pick a date. The system will track down the prices to give an idea of what budget and prices you can expect.
If you want to stay at the best hostels, it is a good idea to have your hostel booked around 1 month before you travel. For the regular hostels, booking one week before should be okay. Yet again, this always depends.
We dedicated a full article to the topic of when to book hostels.
Generally speaking, hostels are as safe as you make them. We highly recommend always to bring your own padlock, using the lockers and taking care of your belongings. Make sure you pick a safe hostel, offering lockers and a safe location. Please always pay attention to the reviews; they can give you a great insight on what to expect and safety tips.