Very Good 1868 Reviews
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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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With a stay at The Londoner At Morritt’s Tortuga Club in East End (Colliers Bay), you’ll be close to East End Lighthouse. This 4-star condo is within the vicinity of Grand Cayman Blow Holes and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.


Make yourself at home in one of the 35 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Rooms have private balconies. Satellite programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected. Conveniences include phones, as well as coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with onsite massages and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 2 outdoor swimming pools, an outdoor tennis court, and a sauna. Additional amenities at this condo include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Londoner At Morritt’s Tortuga Club. Relax with a refreshing drink from a bar/lounge or one of the 2 poolside bars.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this condo consist of conference space and meeting rooms.

How to Get There

The Londoner At Morritt’s Tortuga Club
2289 Queens Highway Colliers
East End, KY1-1106 Cayman Islands


4.0 Very Good 1868 Reviews
Reviewed 9 hours ago

This place is very rundown. we asked repeatedly for a better room with working AC and a door that actually locked and wifi that actually worked!!also having to pay for electricity is absurd especially when AC did not work!! when we asked for a working room we were told it was booked. upon researching we found the resort to not be fully booked. Our room was from the 70's or 80's so antiquated. The staff at check in very rude. Im not sure why Bluegreen is affiliated with this location also not sure why Morritts does not want to make their guests happy. Unless you are part of the "turtle club" you are treated very poorly! terrible customer service with terrible rooms!!

Morritt's Grand Cayman - decent resort
Reviewed 1 day ago

We've stayed at Morritts 5 times over the past 12 years. Our recent trip was the first where we did not have a direct ocean front unit, however the unit was newly renovated and was beautiful.

We love staying at Morritts as it's located on the East end of Grand Cayman, which is the quieter end away from busy Seven Mile beach (Seven Mile can get extremely busy when cruise ships are in port). Morritts is approx. 30 - 40 minute drive from the airport on a wonderful road (remember Grand Cayman is left side driving).

- well maintained
- Our unit was a newly renovated unit (very nice decor)
- beach in front is swimable however has some corral)
- snorkling on the left side of the dock is outstanding...tons of sea life
- staff at Morritts seem not to be as attentive as in the past and appear that they are not happy
- Pools are great (especially the Grand pool)

Grand Cayman Island:
Restaurants around Morritts:
- Over the Edge (located on the North Side, approx. 10 minute drive) our favourite
- Tukka (located just south of Morritts on the East side) also decent
- Light House (located on the South Side, approx. 15 minute drive) great atmosphere and food
- Wyndham reef resort (located adjacent to Morritts) great beach front restaurant
- Rum Point (located on the North Side, approx. 15 minute drive) Rum Point is our favourite place on Grand Cayman to hang out for the day:
> no charge for beach chairs
> lots of sun + shade
> well maintained
> great food + amazing service
> beach is awesome
> Red Sail Sports - outstanding (Walter and guys are very friendly)
> Dock is nice to walk along
> Sting Ray sightings - out to the left of the beach where boats anchor, take a swim over (it's only waste/chest deep) in clear waters....there's sting rays swimming around by the boats, they're looking for food from the boats (careful not to touch them unless a local is there to pick one up for you)...they are very gentle creatures and typically won't harm you

To Do On Grand Cayman:
> Rum Point (North Side) - as mentioned above
> Seven Mile Beach (West Side) - if not staying on Seven Mile Beach go to Royal Palms for the day, chairs/umbrellas (for rent), great food + drinks) make sure not to go on a busy cruise ship day (check cruise ship schedules)
> Camana Bay - amazing shopping/lifestyle center (developed by Dart Properties) excellent restaurants, shopping and cinema...kids love the water feature that they can run through)
> Sting Ray City - excellent tour for both adults + kids - best to go from Rum Point (short boat ride) the experience to hold sting rays is pretty neat
> Hell (Grand Cayman) - located in West Bay area, a bit cheesy, but people love going in a saying "how the hell are you to Ivan"
> Turtle Fram (located in West Bay area) - decent for kids
> Dolphin experience (also located in West Bay area) - if you're ok with dolphins in captivity (although the dolphins are treated well) it seems like fun for kids

Great resort to visit
Reviewed 5 days ago

We had so much fun here.The resort was just beautiful and the staff was so helpful.especilly front desk and housekeeping {Rona} and everyone at Morritts. Everyone should visit. the Morritts.In fact we traded our timeshare at Wyndham for a time share at The Morritts Tortuga Club and Resort..Thank You for so much fun.

Overall better than expected
Reviewed 6 days ago

We knew Seven Mile beach was really where we wanted to be but since this came up through our exchange we booked it. It's true Seven Mile beach is amazing. It rivals Turks & Caicos, Grace Bay. I enjoyed the peaceful vibe on the East end. The East end has great restaurants and is less crowed. A true island vibe. The beach here at Morritts is lovely. It's wide with nice sand. The water is very rocky though so bring water shoes. It is great for snorkeling. It's not great for swimming. We enjoyed the resort entertainment The Coconut Cowboy was so fun! Our complaints are with the pools and our room. The pools though pretty and have nice view with swim up pool bars are not heated. The East side has a constant breeze which makes the pools cold. So hardly anyone was in the pools. I mean like no one! The pool bars had maybe 1-2 people in them. That was a major disappointment! We went a whole week with only going in the pool up to our waste once.
Our room was not a remodeled unit. Which we knew would not be great. It was fine and had a decent balcony looking at the pool. It met our basic needs but not a room or bathroom you want to hang out in. If I paid top dollar I would be mad but we didn't so it was fine.
Tukka's was my favorite restaurant on the island. Amazing view, food and service!
We made the 1 hour drive to Seven mile beach 2-3 times because it's worth it! if you go this island and don't go there its a mistake. We found a public beach "Governors Beach."

Beautiful weather
Reviewed 6 days ago

The resort is a little dated, but clean and the restaurants are all good. The grocery and liquer store within walking distance is a plus. A must is Leon's Island tour. It was great. The only real downside was the rooster crowing at 2:30 every morning.