Such a relaxing retreat, it felt like we had our own beach at times. Room was clean, and comfortable, bed was very comfortable and AC worked very well! You do need a car to get around on the east end, but it was well worth it, rather then staying in the tourist and chain restaurant packed area of ...
Nice hotel close to beach. Facilities of the Westin across the streets can be utilized. Hotel staff is very professional, friendly, helpful and responsive to needs and wishes. The grill restaurant on site has very tasty food.
Hidden away by the Safe Haven golf courses of Georgetown, this resort is an oasis. From check-in, the staff we encountered was nothing short of friendly, courteous, and warm. The front desk clerk Jazmin, welcomed us with a smile and pleasant attitude each time we spoke. she even offered to help me ...
Best stay I've ever had on a island. The property was beautiful and very well kept. The staff was so nice and helpful. We left a bag in a taxi on the way to the condo and they immediately tracked down the taxi and had the bag returned within a couple of hours. The condo was awesome and felt like ...
Great beaches, clear waters, outstanding coral reefs, fine restaurants, and resorts are synonymous with the fabulous Cayman Islands, a grouping of three islands. Few places in the world can compete with the Cayman Islands in terms of beauty, natural and historic attractions, the warmth of the people, and accommodations. The Islands are home to world class resorts, and guests in Cayman Islands hotels experience some of the best service the industry has to offer.
The Cayman Islands provide world class convention facilities for any type of conference event. The Grand Cayman Paradise Island Conference Center and the Cayman Conference Center are among the most popular.
The Cayman Islands is the culinary capital of the Caribbean, and restaurants offer a wide variety of dishes. Guests in hotels in Cayman Islands should try the six-course prix-fixe menus at the Ritz Carlton's Blue by Eric Ripert restaurant.
Swim, sunbathe, or try the water sports and other activities available on the Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman, one of the best beaches in the world.
George Town and Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman offer the best shopping experiences. Be sure to get some Caymanite, the Cayman Islands' own semi-precious stone, and rum cake from the Tortuga Rum Company.
Soccer and cricket are the most popular sports in the Cayman Islands. Cayman Islands hotel guests should visit the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in Georgetown, which has an 82 foot swimming pool, full purpose track and field and basketball/netball courts.
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