Hello everybody, it’s Annie here. Hoping you’re well. Most probably, it’s been a while since I’ve seen you but I’m writing to you to ask if you might be able to help out with something that is dear to our hearts and in exchange you will have the chance to enter our draw to win […]
Petite Anse has always made a positive difference to the community. Even in our first days in Grenada, when we are constructing the resort, we made it our policy to hire local people to not only do the main part of the build but to also craft extras such as our doors and furniture. As […]
With so many different recipes on the web for cheesecakes from all around the world, there’s one that you have to try. This amazing Passionfruit cheesecake that is occasionally made here in Grenada, should not be missed as it’s just so easy to make to enjoy at home. Anytime it’s made, it goes in […]
The relaxation that Grenada offers draws year-round visitors from all over the world. The friendliness of the people, the warm weather and that laid back West Indian welcome should not be missed. We have developed a number of special offers to ensure that you don’t miss out on the splendour of Grenada this year. West […]
Cecil has been working here at Petite Anse for over a year now and hails from St George’s (the capital of Grenada). So that you know who is behind the helm, here’s an introduction to the great man, known as Cecil the Chef. Q. What is your background in cooking A. I’ve worked on a […]
With Christmas Day 2013 almost upon us we’re busy preparing for our traditional Christmas Day lunch and other tasty delights for our guests and visitors. If you’re on the island of Grenada, please do come and join us as we celebrate one of the most special times of the year. The hibiscus are in […]
This winter marks a marvellous milestone for Petite Anse Beachfront Hotel. We will have been open for 5 years. To celebrate this occasion we are offering a unique discount to those who book to visit us in the first two weeks of January. Although we don’t reach our 5 year birthday until March, we chose […]
The Hash House Harriers started out as a way for Malaysian Rubber Planters to run off the excess of eating and drinking in Malaya in the late 1930’s. It has since proliferated and there are now over 15,000 HHH clubs around the world including several in the Caribbean.
We’ve been lucky enough to have clients post videos about Petite Anse on YouTube. But we couldn’t resist making our own fun video with some funky tropical tunes and images to introduce newcomers to the hotel… Take a look for yourself – if you haven’t looked around the hotel yet, it’ll give you a chance […]
We invite you to join us every 2nd Saturday to an evening of music and good Caribbean food.