Seven Mile Beach Resort & Club3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Firstly the staff are excellent, nothing is too much trouble. The apartments are not too far away from Georgetown, so if you fancy a bit of a stroll, it's only a 20 minute walk. The beach is only approx. 50yds away, but unfortunately the steps down had been damaged by a storm, so you need to be careful. The apartment was excellent, it was light and bright and airy. The AC was a welcome relief to the heat of the day. The kitchen was well equipped. The furniture is a little dated but I believe they are re-furbishing the place bit by bit. The pool area is clean and there are plenty of sun loungers. Beware of the jacuzzi (hot tub) - it's hot! Overall, I could not fault it but would like to see them put more recycling bins in. For such a small island, this should be a priority. Don't bother with taxi's, they are expensive, instead use the local buses. $2 per person and they are all air conditioned.
Went here on an excursion from a cruise and it was a nice day. Water was fantastic! Next time though, I will get a beach chair away from the water and all of the screaming children! Had a great day, nonetheless.
We stayed at 7 mile beach resort in March, for a 60th birthday celebration. Our party consisted of children and adults in their 30's, 40's and 60's and we all had a great time on the property. The unit: is clean. Even though the pictures of the unit look dated, I would attribute this to poor lighting, the unit looked better than the pictures. Everything was functioning well , stove, oven, fridge, dishwasher, washer and dryer. We cooked at home several nights, used the bbq and ate out the rest of the nights. They provide you with dish soap, dishwasher tabs and paper towels, which is not always provided with these types of rental. You need to bring your own laundry detergent. ( we usually travel with a few tide pods from home to make it easier). Housekeeping came 3 times per week. They also provide 6 beach towels in the unit. Each room has a tv. The patio was fenced in by a screen, which made it great to enjoy especially at night. Pool: The pool area was very nice. Once again nicer than the pictures posted by the property. We could always find a seat. They had water aerobics in the morning, if you wanted to participate. Resort Activities: There is a bulletin board at the pool area, where they post their weekly activities. Depending on how many people sign up, determines if they will have the activity or not. While we were there, there was the welcome dinner buffet on Monday night and a movie night. Beach: as the other reviews mentioned, the beach right behind the resort has washed away. Depending on the time of day and the tide, there may be a small strip of sand visible, otherwise you need to walk in ankle deep water for a few meter to get to an area where you can sit. We always walked along the beach past the marriott and found a great spot. There are also chairs available. (This was less than a 5 minute walk. You can walk along the beach or on the street and follow one of the numerous public beach access signs). Transport: Taxis can get pretty expensive, since they also charge per person they are transporting. We mostly stayed local within walking distance. Camana Bay is about 15 minute walk away. It has many nice restaurants and a nice shopping area. We rented a car from across the street and drove around the island one day, up to Rum point, with a few stops along the way, which was nice. Excursions: We took the "Starfish and Stingray City Adventure with Snorkeling" tour, which is highly recommended. We are from Canada and prices can get pretty steep with the exchange rate. We found it best to book our tours through tripadvisor so that we pay in Canadian dollars. All in all, this was a great property to stay at for its value and the type of vacation we were taking.
I knew what to expect after reading all the reviews. It’s inexpensive and you really do get what you pay for Cons 1. There is no beach here. Apparently they had a decent beach at one time but it has eroded due to many recent storms. Even the Marriott at 1200 a night 2 doors down has no beach. So you either have to go to the public beach (we loved Governors beach) or Royal Palms beach club which is packed when the cruise ships come in. What we did is go to Governors in the morning with beach chairs provided by the hotel then Royal Palms in the afternoon after all the cruisers leave. It’s free if you’re staying on the island you just pay for an umbrella at 15 /day. One day none of the boats could tender and we had the place to ourselves 2. The construction as others have mentioned is an eyesore. And it won’t be done anytime soon. No construction at all during our stay. We were told they need more funds to complete 3. A little housekeeping and the pool area could be ok. They left construction material here and there that could easily be kept away from the guests 4. Rooms are dated but clean 5. Towels are surely from the 80s! 6. You will probably need a car. It was cheaper to rent then cabs everywhere but if you want to go to the public beach you will need a car. 7. If you are in the building closest to the road it does get noisy for those in the outside bedroom Pros 1. It’s cheap. I laugh when I read the reviews about “next time stay on the beach, central 7MB”. That will cost you 1K-1500 a night easy during high season. Trust me, I looked at them all. If you want a clean inexpensive place and not concerned about a “resort type “ experience this place is fine 2. Lots of food choices walking distance from hotel 3. The reception employees are lovely 4. The long term time share patrons are also lovely 5. We enjoyed the screened in porch very much 6. It’s 2 doors down from the Marriott which has live entertainment bar etc so you can get your “resort” fix here All in all we enjoyed our stay in Grand Cayman. Always wanted to go back after a cruise stop we did. We had a budget and this place for the bill. We did research other properties and I think we will try Sunshine Suites next time. It’s more $ for sure but I think worth it not to have the beach access hassle
Spent Thanksgiving week at this Grand Cayman resort for peace and quiet. Has friendly staff, spacious, clean apartment unit (2 bedrooms + 2 full baths sleeps 4 well but can go up to 6 w/ living room sectional). Good location at start of 7 Mile Beach (which has 5 miles long uninterrupted white sandy beach). Near Georgetown (capital) and surrounded by other resorts + restaurants + coffee shops. In one direction walk to newish Lantana Bay shopping complex if you like exercise and other direction hit several small shopping malls and Margaritaville (newly opened). Stingray City, Turtle + Dolphins farms are further up West Bay Road and there's a good ample food scene. When resort finishes its separate registration/office/gym bldg (near to poolside) I'll go back there and explore more of Grand Cayman via car rental (several nearby or at airport). Safe island vibe too + clear sea water.
Very nice atmosphere. You can rent chairs and umbrellas and even pay for wifi while on the beach. We will likely return. Great place to relax with good food and drinks. Accessible by public bus only $2 each way per person
this was our second visit to 7 Mile Beach Resort and Club. We like the two bedroom units that sleep our family of 6 comfortably, we like having a kitchen to make one or two meals a day, we like the pool area and BBQ options. Friendly staff that is very helpful. The property is well kept, and appears to be growing with another building in the construction phase. The property is close to the beach but not on the water, which is ok, its an easy walk to the ocean. Its also close to a really good dive shop, Ambassador Divers.
This is the most expensive hotel we ever stayed in. To be fair, I was late in the game with the booking and Christmas is a busy season. The property is similar to a motel with an ok pool and a jacuzzi. We walked a few feet expecting a beach and all we saw were a few broken pillars that blocked the water from getting into the property. That really sucked as I paid the premium hoping to spend time in a beach property. :( The staff are very friendly, helpful and accomodating. When my son requested to borrow a charger for his camera, they gave him one right away. We also requested them to switch us to a different room while checking in and they gladly made the change. The interior of the rooms were very clean and well maintained. The rooms come with all appliances including a washer/dryer. Room service is only once a week unless you pay extra for another cleaning. The location is really good; right opposite to Coconut Joes and many other restaurants and bars in walkable distance. The Kirk market is close by too. Wifi was included and was satisfactory. Overall, the value for money is low though. I'd have probably gotten 25 cents for a dollar I spent.
The best thing about this resort is the nice pool area. Plenty of chairs and the pool area is attractive. Rooms are OK but starting to show their age. The coffee pot in our room was old and the burner was very rusty. Beds are comfortable but pillows were terrible. They are the hard foam kind that prevent a decent sleep!! Rooms and bathrooms were clean. Sectional sofa was very uncomfortable. Location is good and easy walk to most everything you need on 7 Mile Beach.
Stayed 2 nights——staff was not that welcoming. Beach has been washed out from a Nothwestern storm a few weeks ago. Apparently- the storm lasted 3 days. So-there is no beach. In addition-there is a building under construction around the pool which is a real eyesore. It looks like an abandoned building. The room was nice and clean——good location but not worth the price.
- Walking distance to Camana Bay
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Outdoor pool
Camana Bay is a short stroll from Seven Mile Beach Resort & Club, and other popular attractions like Port of Georgetown are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 38-room, 3-star resort welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
A flat-screen TV comes with cable channels and a DVD player, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and the bathroom offers a jetted tub, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a kitchen, a washer/dryer, and 2 bathrooms. Housekeeping is available once per stay.
At Seven Mile Beach Resort & Club, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and an outdoor tennis court. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours or tickets, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby. Other amenities at this beach resort include free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and a free grocery shopping service.
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80.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 231 reviews