Embassies and Consulates in Grenada

UN Members' flags - Credit: Wikimedia, Aotearoa

In most of the countries you will find diplomatic missions, which usually refers to an embassy and/or a consulate. Diplomatic bodies represent other country interests in Grenada, with the aim of strengthening international relations between the states and providing services for their citizens in Grenada.

Embassies and consulates are considered legal territories of their home countries. They are not "foreign territory" but they are protected and considered the property of the country using them, meaning that Grenada does not have jurisdiction over the embassy or consulate of another country.

What is the difference between Embassy and Consulate

The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations international treaty defines the diplomatic mission’s purpose and framework. The various diplomatic missions offer several services and carry out different missions. For example:

  • Embassy: This is the primary diplomatic representation of a country’s government and is headed by an ambassador. An embassy is the main location for a diplomatic presence of one country in another. A country has at most one embassy in another country, and is always established in the capital city of the host country. In the absence of a consulate in a country, the embassy has also a consular section to carry out all the relevant consular services (see below).
  • Consulate General: This is a diplomatic mission, headed by a consul that provides a full range of services such as: issuing passports/visas, keeping birth and marriage records, assisting expats, providing legal information, translations etc. It can be located in any major city of the host country, although often in the capital city (in certain cases, in the same building as the embassy). In major countries and large territories, you often have more than one consulate.
  • Honorary Consulate: It supplements the Consulate to provide a limited range of consular services and is headed by an honorary consul. They help nationals abroad. For example, in the event of a hospital stay, missing person, death, natural disaster or other emergency. They can also issue emergency travel documents and consular declarations for which the applicant is required to appear in person.

NB: You will usually apply for a visa at the Consulate of the country you want to visit. However, if there is no such representation in Grenada, you can apply for a visa at the embassy.

Where to find Consulates and Embassies in Grenada

Not all countries have an Embassy and/or a Consulate as it depends of the political situation, the relationship with the host country, the size of the country, and the number of foreign citizens living there.

In some cases, countries can share representations and you can be assisted by the services of another embassy or consular service to get the information you need.

We recommend you register/contact your country’s embassy at your destination. It is a free service provided by any diplomatic mission and it will allow them to record information about your upcoming trip abroad. It can be used to assist you in case of an emergency.

Registration will also allow you to get routine information from your nearest embassy or consulate, as citizen residing abroad.

The Grenada capital, St. George’s hosts 3 embassies.

There are also 7 consulates. All consulates and honorary consulates are located in St. George’s.

You will find below a list of selected countries that have a diplomatic mission in Grenada. The list includes embassies, consulates, honorary consulates and sometimes other official representations for you to be able to get information and services.

Embassies and Main Consulates in St. George’s


Embassy of China in Grenada
Address: Azar's Villar, Calliste, Saint George's
Tel: (+473) 439-9807
E-Mail: chinaemb_gd@mfa.gov.cn and consulate_grd@mfa.gov.cn 
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/ and https://twitter.com/ChinaEmbGrenada
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 09:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 16:00

The consular section provides a range of consular services such as document authentication and legalization processing, as well as notary certification and marriage registration.


Cuban Embassy in Grenada
Address: Coral Cove, Lance Aux Epines, St. George´s
Tel: (+473) 444 1884, 444 1889
Social Media: https://twitter.com/EmbacubaGranada
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 09:00 am. - 12:30 pm

USA (United States of America)

Embassy of the United States of America in Grenada
Tel: (+473) 444 1173
E-Mail: bridgetownacs@state.gov (Consular Section Email based in Barbados)
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/USEmbassyBarbados and https://twitter.com/USEmbassyBtown for Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the OECS
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Provides a wide range of Emergency and Non-emergency services for American Citizens in Grenada.

Walk-in ACS services are not available for Citizenship and Passport Services or Notarials and Authentications. Appointments for these services must be scheduled online using the following link: https://evisaforms.state.gov/acs/default.asp?postcode=SGE&appcode=1

Grenada’s ACS unit does not adjudicate visas and is unable to respond to visa inquiries. Please visit U.S. Embassy Bridgetown’s Visa Section for visa related information.

Honorary Consulates in Grenada

Contact directly the Embassy/Consulate website for more information.

For countries with no consulates or embassies in Grenada, the Honorary Consulates are supervised by diplomatic representations located in other country, often Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago; Castries, Saint Lucia or Bridgetown, in Barbados for Grenada.

Honorary Consulates in St. George’s