Picture yourself in lush tropical gardens with a vibrant view of blue Carribean Sea, white sand beach and verdant rain forest mountains. The cool sea breeze is caressing your skin and the waves are lapping on the beach below in their steady yet powerful rhythm. The sun is warming your body and the air is filled with the songs of birds in the surrounding trees, hanging their delicious fruits seductively over the balconies- Welcome to Maca Bana.
‘Maca' is the ancient Arawak word for tree, ‘bana' means place of dwelling... Maca Bana is a blend of the ultimate privacy and individuality of a villa and the personal services of a tiny boutique hotel. The intimate collection of seven solar powered ‘banas' is perched on the edge of the cliff above the uniquely tropical and cosmopolitan Aquarium Restaurant and boasts gorgeous ocean views from private massaging hot tubs on every sun deck. Each of the spacious 2-bedroom and 1-bedroom villas is named after an indigenous fruit tree and artistically designed by resident fine artist and co-owner Rebecca Thompson.
Maca Bana is for those who are looking for something different, not another hotel room, but an individual, unique ‘getaway' to just be and to enjoy life.
Good news! This property is available as a Vill'otelYey! Wait… what is that?
It's the perfect combo of the privacy of your own personal villa, with all the luxury and convenience of a hotel. What's included?
Breakfast, cleaning, welcome drinks and hamper, plus more! Check the Extras tab for all the details.
Our spacious deluxe villas are designed for maximum comfort and privacy inside & outside; these two-bedroom banas are also available as ‘deluxe bana for 1-2 persons' with the second bedroom locked up. Each villa has two air-conditioned bedrooms with walk-in closet, safe and writing desk, - a master bedroom with a king-size four poster bed and a second bedroom with twin queens, each with en suite bathroom.
The bathrooms feature double vanity sinks with recessed medicine cabinets, a large shower and an en suite toilet. The utility room with washing machine and dryer, iron and ironing boards is there for your personal laundry requirements.
The fully fitted kitchens with fine European stainless steel appliances are a chef's paradise: fridge with freezer & ice maker, gas stove, oven, Nespresso machine, coffee maker, microwave, kettle, blender and dishwasher along with all crockery & cooking utensils, cooking island and breakfast bar or dining table.
Each bana also features comfortable living areas and reading nooks, flat-screen TV, stereo system with CD-player, alarm clock with iPod dock and wireless internet; all windows are mosquito screened.
French sliding doors open onto spacious hardwood decks with covered dining area, loungers, sun beds and private massaging hot tubs to relax and enjoy the view.
If you are looking for a tropical paradise with lush green vegetation, panoramic views, beaches, waterfalls, whale watching, sailing, diving, scuba and other water sports then Grenada offers it all.
Grenada is popularly known as "The Spice Isle" because of the abundance of locally grown spices, culture, music, dance and food. In fact, there are many more spices per square mile in Grenada than any other place in the world. Not only does the 'Spice Isle' produce nutmeg, mace, cinnamon, ginger and cloves; this lush land of mountains, rainforests, waterfalls and secluded beaches has also given birth to an intriguing social climate.
Grenada by nature is a great place for outdoor recreation by land or on sea. For the energetic, there are national parks and hiking opportunities aplenty: game fishing and yachting in Grenada is also highly recommended and is among the best in the Caribbean. A full array of water-sports is on offer alongside tennis and golf and the underwater world beckons both novices and experts to the splendid array of coral's and tropical fish bordering the west coast. For those adventurous souls there are also numerous wrecks are waiting to be explored!
Grenada also has a very lively nightlife. There are many restaurants, bars and clubs open till the early hours of the morning, which offer good music and drinks at a relaxing West Indian pace.
With something for everyone, Grenada is a fantastically varied holiday destination, just waiting to provide each and every vacationer with what will truly be, the holiday of a lifetime.
Deluxe Bana is almost secretly located on a hillside, overlooking The Aquarium Restaurant on one mile long, white sand Magazine Beach and the turquoise Caribbean Sea all the way to the lush rainforest mountains beyond. The walk from your villa down the hill to the beach only takes 2-3 minutes, depending on which corner of the tropical garden your bana is located in.
Deluxe Bana is situated in Point Salines in the southern part of Grenada's quaint capital city parish, St. George's. Off the beaten path yet still conveniently close to banks, shopping, restaurants and nightlife - most of which is only 5-15 minutes drive away.
This property are 5 minutes away from Maurice Bishop International Airport, 7 minutes from Grand Anse Beach and 15-20 minutes from St. George's. It is easy to find your way around in Grenada and the owners are happy to help you with rental car arrangements if you wish.
- 10% gratuities and 10% VAT will be added to the room rates above.
- All rates include the airport transfers, daily maid service, welcome fridge stock, free use of beach loungers, ocean kayaks and snorkel equipment.
- All rates are quoted in US dollars.
- Actual exchange rate may vary.
- All rates and villa details are subject to change without notice.
- Property specific terms and conditions apply.
- Please enquire prior to booking for full details.
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