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The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

Great location, gorgeous beach!

Beautiful beach and hotel. Very expensive food everywhere for mediocre food☹️

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4 months ago

4.0

Wyndham Reef Resort

April in Grand Cayman

We enjoyed our week staying at the Wyndham Reef Resort while in Grand Cayman! The East End of the island is beautiful and less crowded than the Georgetown area. We rented a car and were able to visit many parts of the island, including Rum Point, Starfish Point, Seven Mile Beach, George Town and the West Bay. One of our favorite excursions was Stingray City where we fed and held stingrays on a sandbar on the North Side. Most of the excursions that we enjoyed were on the East End of the island close to our resort. We enjoyed listening to the live music at the resort's beach bar as well as visiting nearby restaurants, such as Tukka which has fresh seafood! Snorkeling was great in April!

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1 week ago

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Coral Stone Club

Our Best Vacation Ever

We love this property - I have stayed there 9 times in the past, and the Coral Stone never disappoints! Great location, great view, and first class condo - can't wait to go back.

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8 months ago

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Regal Beach Club

Reasonable priced option on the beach

We just stayed at the Regal Beach for 1 week in Feb. the condo/hotel has a wonderful convenient location right on the beach. The buildings are laid out in a way that provide ocean view from the patio of most rooms. The Marriot Hotel is right next door which provides convenience for dining, drinks and water sports. Close by (1 mike) is th Kirk Market which is a beautiful large Supermarket with wonderful meat, fish and fresh produce. Our unit, 632, was tastefully furnished with neutral contemporary furniture and a good range of cooking amenities. A couple negatives: the pool and hot tub are NOT heated so were relatively cool; the beds were a bit firm for our taste; lastly, the way the buildings are shaped, sound really travels, you can hear people’s conversations from their patios very clearly even with th windows closed and at night after a group drinks, it can be quite loud until security walks around to quieten people down at 10:30 pm.

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2 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman Hotels

Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands that make up the Cayman Islands. The island is famous for its beautiful beaches and wide range of restaurants and bars. Go to Orbitz.com to discover the latest offers for Grand Cayman hotels, and you could be sipping on a martini or cocktail while overlooking a fabulous view of the harbor.

George Town

After arriving at Owen Roberts International Airport, you’ll have only a short 3-mile drive to the capital of the Cayman Islands, George Town. As an overseas territory of the UK, English is widely spoken among the locals. Approximately half of the population of Grand Cayman lives in George Town, so it is the center of most tourist activities. One of George Town’s biggest attractions is the Stingray City Sandbar, where it is possible to get up close and personal with stingrays in their natural environment. Another destination in George Town that receives visitors from all over the world is the Seven Mile Beach. As the beach is considered to be public property, you can take a stroll on the sand. Located close to the beach are a number of restaurants belonging to resorts that are open for the general public. A national carnival, Batabano, occurs around the end of April or the beginning of May. This festival contains many colorful performers who dress up and play live music. If you need a place to stay in the center of all the action, then the Marriott Grand Cayman Beach Resort, at an average price of $169 per night, may be just what you need. To make further inquiries, visit www.marriott.com. If your budget is low, a more conservative option can be found at Grand Cayman Beach Suites (formerly known as the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman) for only $84 per night. Check on the hotel’s website at www.grand-cayman-beach-suites.com.

East End

Over on the other side of the island are a number of wildlife areas, such as Salina Reserve, Blue Iguana Reserve, and the East End Marshland Natural Habitat. Furthermore, the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, named after and officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II, contains gardens and architecture that preserve early Caymanian architecture. The Heritage Garden in particular displays how early settlers in the Cayman Islands cultivated their lives. The Floral Garden showcases numerous tropical plants displays across a 2-acre park. If flowers are unappealing to you, there are several diving centers available, such as Ocean Frontiers. Cayman style cuisine can be found at many restaurants along the beach, most notably Portofino’s, where chicken, fish, and drinks are on offer as you overlook the ocean. If you are looking to stay for a night, Compass Point Dive Resort can provide a room for around $215. As the name suggests, the hotel organizes scuba diving for its guests. Find out more information at compasspoint.ky.

Relax in Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is growing in popularity as more families realize just how enjoyable it is to visit.. The island provides a diverse range of activities, so there is something for everyone to do. When you are next planning to go on vacation to Grand Cayman, look up Orbitz.com, and check out the latest offers available for Grand Cayman hotels.