The Londoner At Morritt’s Tortuga Club
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
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
We did not stay at this resort, but visited the sports bar one evening. The Coconut Cowboy was playing music and the Boston Bruins were competing for the Stanley Cup on the many large TV's. Great night of good music and sports. A little something for everyone.
Morritts Tortuga Club is a beautiful resort on the East End of the island. If you like being away from the madness of a resort strip or love to dive and snorkel then this is your place! The staff are all very friendly and courteous. The two grand pools have swim up bars and food service. Since this is not an all inclusive resort, drinks and food can add up quickly. The downside is if you don't own a room at this resort, you can get placed in an aging room that hasn't been upgraded in probably 30 years. Unfortunately that was our experience. Our bedroom had a double bed and we heard all sorts of noise and conversations the rooms next to and above us. We also had to call maintenance the 2nd day because the hot water was brown and rusty. This necessitated the water heater to be flushed of sediment and the faucet filters to be flushed to get the sediment out of the water lines. Mosqitos were a problem at dusk as the resort sits right across the road from a large swamp. We enjoyed the wild, free range chickens and feral cats that frequented the property but the roosters crowing all day day and night brought in a 3rd World feeling that took the luster off the charm of this resort. The resort is family friendly but is really geared towards diving and snorkeling. The stingray and snorkle excursion was definitely a must do.
Expect to spend $150 - $200 a day on food for family of four. The electric bill plus taxes came to about $250 at weeks end. There are plenty of coral reefs and marine life to see right off the beach. We rented a car, but would have been better off just using a taxi or a hotel bus (Wyndham nextdoor offered trips to Georgetown for about $12).
If this facility doesn’t get a big update it will continue to go downhill The dive operator is he only positive. The staff tolerated the guests. The rooms were out of the 80’s. The outdoor of the facility needs much attention. The location is amazing it’s too bad they have let the facility go. Stay at the Wyndham.
The resort itself was just OK. Rooms were a little outdated, no garbage disposals or dishwashers in the very small kitchen, and we had to struggle to get our luggage up several flights of stairs because there are no elevators. Pool areas were clean and nice. The HUGE PROBLEM with this resort is that we went to the Cayman Islands to enjoy the beaches, swim in the ocean, snorkel etc. You cannot do any of those things here! The beach is beautiful, but the shoreline and 15 feet out into the water is covered in smelly rotting seaweed! The whole beach smells like a sewer, and though it may be a beautiful day no one was using the beach at all due to this. The resort really needs to make more effort to clean this up and remove it. We certainly did not go to the Cayman's for this! We only stayed one night and checked out as soon as we could find another resort. Of course the funds for the other resort came out of our own pockets because RCI had nothing else available, but they did refund our deposit and trading power. One other thing I disliked about this resort was that they made you wear a wristband at all times. Totally ridiculous! Like anyone would want to come there and sneak in... Do yourself a favor and avoid this place until they can get the beach and water cleaned up.