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A sublime blend of Balinese and Caribbean elements, Laluna is Grenada’s hidden secret. Architect and designer Gabriella Giuntoli has teamed up with Carmelina Santoro to give the hotel’s 16 cottages an exquisite, soft-hued comfort without distracting from the sweeping views that each cottage offers its guests. Balinese furniture and handpicked artworks adorn the lobby and rooms, while the hotel's bright colors perfectly mirror the surrounding landscape.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
“The absence of luxury is a luxury in itself,” says Bernardo Bertucci, the man behind Laluna and a former fashion consultant for Prada and Giorgio Armani. After falling in love with Grenada because of its refreshing lack of tourism compared to other Caribbean islands, he created Laluna, a place that borrows inspiration from the surrounding jungle and offers laidback escapism.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Laluna was designed by architects Carmelina Santoro and Gabriella Giuntoli, the former being well versed in the luxury hotel industry, and the latter having designed for names such as Giorgio Armani and Sting. The property’s 16 cottages and villas span 10 acres and feature a mix of Vietnamese thatch, Indonesian teak wood, and polished concrete flooring. The interior design sees paintings by the world-famous Grenadian artist Canute Calliste, as well as handcrafted Balinese four-poster beds dressed in white fabric, simple baseline lamps, decks with silk-covered daybeds, and a palette of cinnamon, violet, blues, and yellows.