Oceanfront location on the white sands of Seven Mile Beach
Treatments in the Silver Rain La Prairie spa
Four restaurants on site—including Blue by Eric Ripert
An oceanfront Jacuzzi and two pools plus an Aqua Lounge with floating loungers
What To Know
$50 resort fee covers amenities including in-room WiFi and access to the spa’s sauna, steam room, and whirlpool
The resort-side rooms are a several-minute walk from the beach, across West Bay Road
Tennis and golf courts are on the inland side of the property
You can rent a local cell phone for $35 a day
Parking on site
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Vast Caribbean playground with golf, gourmet restaurants, and a gorgeous stretch of beach
Spread across 144 acres, this property has everything a guest could want in a hotel, from a tennis program designed by Nick Bollettieri to a golf course created by Greg Norman and a seven-mile white sand beach with water sports including snorkeling, kayaks, and sailing. Then there are the pools (and requisite swim-up bar), and five restaurants, including Blue by Eric Ripert, which serves locally caught seafood, and a lounge, BarJack, which prides itself on its piña colada. But the 365-room hotel refuses to be a McResort that could exist on any island. There’s a Heritage House focused on traditional Caymanian culture, and the Jean-Michel Cousteau Ambassadors of the Environment program of eco-adventures for adults and kids.
In the Area
The Cayman Islands archipelago is an underwater playground. Off property, visitors can sail, dive, or stand-up paddleboard through Red Sail Cayman. But dry land has just as many vibrant sights, from the 9,000 square foot National Gallery of the Cayman Islands showcasing local art, to Pedro St. James, a museum in the oldest building on the island, to the Cayman Islands National Museum. And those who are captivated by the art and culture of the islands can pick up a few pieces to bring back with them at the Cayman Craft Market.