Inside The Real Caribbean Hotel Featured In ITV’s The Fortune Hotel

By Olivia Emily

6 days ago

ITV's new competition series was filmed at a real, sun-soaked resort

Have you tuned into The Fortune Hotel? Stephen Mangan presents this new sun-soaked competition, which sees 10 duos of Brits battle it out to find one coveted suitcase filled with £250,000 cash among 10 red herrings. It was all filmed in a real hotel in the Caribbean – but which one? We’ve got all the details…

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Where Is The Fortune Hotel Filmed?

The Fortune Hotel was filmed at Silversands Grenada at Grand Anse, a luxurious beachside hotel on one of the Caribbean’s most southern islands.

‘We took over the entire resort and I got to have a very nice suite without having to pay for it,’ says presenter Stephen Mangan. ‘The presidential suite, which was bigger than my house, it took me four minutes to walk from one side of the living room to the other, it was that big. I had a balcony that looked over the ocean which was west facing so every night we got a view of the sunset and sunsets in the Caribbean are incredible.’

A still from The Fortune Hotel


The contestants were also pretty impressed by the resort. Jae, who entered with her best friend Cherish, says: ‘Having the beach right on our doorstep was beautiful, waking up to that every morning was phenomenal.’ Meanwhile Tracey, who entered with her daughter Abbie, says ‘the hotel was top dollar, we were treated like royalty.’

Will adds, ‘Staying in that resort was just incredible; it was unlike anything I’d ever seen before,’ while his mum Jo-Anne commented: ‘I felt so lucky to be in the Caribbean. What a stunning part of the world – we will never forget it.’

Can You Visit?

Yes, Silversands Grenada is a functioning hotel open to visitors year-round. The light-filled rooms are beautifully furnished, designed by Paris-based architecture practice AW2 with modern decor, floor-to-ceiling windows, pale oak panelling, Calacatta marble, white walnut floors and modern art on the walls from the owner’s private collection. Some villas are perched right on the Grand Anse beach with their very own swimming pools, and the resort is home to an Espa spa for indulgent treatments. Elsewhere, guests can splash around in the hotel’s 100 metre long pool – the longest in the Caribbean – or enjoy paddle boards and kayaks on the turquoise ocean.


All of this is to say Silversands Grenada is a very beautiful hotel. It’s so beautiful, in fact, it’s one of our favourite hotels in the Caribbean.