The Beautiful Hotels of the Cayman Islands

The Three Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are actually a collection of three beautiful islands: Cayman Brac, Little Cayman, and Grand Cayman. Grand Cayman is the largest island and has many gourmet restaurants, diving, and the famous Seven Mile Beach. Cayman Brac is perfect for the nature lover because it offers memorable walks along the serene rocky bluff and exciting diving adventures. Little Cayman ids the smallest of the three islands and has about 150 residents. On this island, there is the opportunity to go diving off of Bloody Bay Wall, one of the best wall dives in the world.

A Relaxing Stay

For a pleasurable stay, there are also many luxurious hotels to get comfortable in such as The Ritz-Carlton (now owned by Ken Dart). This luxurious hotel is situated in Grand Cayman and it has private balconies, soaking tubs, minifridges, and Asprey toiletries to make every guest feel pampered. Their guest rooms are exquisite and they even have a spa and nine-hole golf. They offer kayaks, rafts, and snorkel gear-all complimentary.

The Caribbean Club is another great place to stay and overlooks the famous Seven Mile Beach. Its suites are equipped with kitchens, washers and dryers, balconies, and spacious living rooms. They have an oceanfront pool and beach cabanas which are free for guests of the hotel.

So Many Things to See and Do

For some fun in the sun and some great photo opportunities, there are many things to see and do on the Cayman Islands. Georgetown is the capital of the Cayman Islands and is also a very popular cruise ship destination. It offers year-round tropical weather, blue waters, and white sand beaches. It also has plenty of restaurants, cafes, and duty-free shopping. Stingray City offers many snorkeling and diving opportunities near the coral reef. It is even near the few remaining tropical rain forests located in the West Indies.

Seven Mile Beach offers numerous beach bars like the Royal Palms, and it provides plenty of opportunities to snorkel and scuba in the beautiful blue water. There is even the chance to swim with friendly stingrays at Stingray City and to shop at the many local shops.

There are many private custom tours, cruises, sailing, and water tours available. There are also many museums to explore such as the Cayman Islands National Museum, and the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands, both located in Georgetown.