RALPH WALDO EMERSON ONCE SAID THAT FOR A HAPPY LIFE, YOU SHOULD "LIVE IN THE SUNSHINE, SWIM IN THE SEA, DRINK THE WILD AIR."
I can think of no better place to live up to his guiding dictum than on Grenada. You feel good here. It's that simple. Silversands hotel and private villas are an expression of the love I feel for this island. They are intended as a place to imitate the sensation of home while revelling in the exotic. It's a place to fall in love with both what is new and what is timeless. Mostly, it is a place to feel alive. I hope you love it too.
Palatial room, impeccable service and an elegant sufficiency of whatever you need, whenever you need it ‐ however outlandish the whim? Sure.
But at Silversands, luxury is about so much more than what is tangible. After all, it is implicit that the experience should be flawless; Silversands offers a landscape in which the gold-standard of comfort and style reaches a new apotheosis. But if sating every conceivable longing provides a base coat, then the sense of freedom it fosters amongst its guests forms the bigger part of the picture. For when we are free, that's when we are really living.
It is a place where luxury isn't gated off from the rest of the world, but is a beautiful addition to it. A place from which to explore, to delight in local landscapes and indigenous customs. A place that allows you to get under the skin of a beautiful country, instead of skimming its' surface. It is a place to get off the merry-go-round. To finally sit still.