The Cayman Islands is a beautiful location for a vacation - especially if you'd like to dive or snorkel. And while the coral reefs are what most people think of here, the warm, friendly and hospitable nature of those who live here should not be overlooked.
The Caymanian people truly make this destination what it is.
The Cayman islands is a British Territory in the Western Caribbean not far past Cuba, and one of the most exotic and impressive resort territories. The place is classy and seems more like a Florida village with it's American dollars than it does the other British islands in the Caribbean.
Georgetown is a little touristy especially along Seven Mile Beach where most of the resorts have outstanding ratings and put on all the bells and whistles.
You don't need to worry too much about the possibility of finding flights because about 8 different airlines fly here.
What remains are the wonderful white stretches of beach and a little splash of glamour.
Grand Cayman Island is in fact the place most people come to see and stay along Seven Mile Beach located in the capital of Georgetown with nearby reefs creating a paradise for scuba enthusiasts.
Georgetown is the capital and has a population of about 30,000. It's beaches are spectacular.
Seven Mile Beach is often talked about as one of the finest beaches in the world and has all the tourism facilities you would find it a world class resort.
Colorful colonial buildings dominate Georgetown and you need not worry about the hassle on trying to rent a car but instead can enjoy the reliable taxis and bus services. Owen Roberts International Airport is the main service airport for and is also located here.
Cayman Brac also has it's own airport but doesn't see anything like the same amount of traffic . The market is more for adventure divers and has a population of about 2000.
Little Cayman is the most secluded and private and is arguably one of the most wonderful out of the way dive sites in the Caribbean.
You can spend a lot less money in summer then you will in the peak winter period.
We at Luxury Resort Bliss are really enjoying the trend of having an organic farm onsite at your luxury accommodation. That's why often we include properties which are not strictly resorts, but offer something special. Soleil d’Or sis "ultra-private", 5-star, and has practically everything you could need to enjoy the Cayman Islands second island.
Situated on 144 acres stretching sea-to-sea from the Caribbean to the North Sound, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman features kayak tours which led to explore the natural environment
You'll find all the luxurious extras and wonderful cabanas by the sea with access to the crystal clear waters of Seven Mile Beach.
Ritz-Carlton also have some of the best spas and this resort is not an exception. Enjoy top class golf, some of the best chefs from New York, and top tennis professionals and you have the usual formula which works.
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The Caribbean Club on Seven Mile Beach is where you get to share the top location and enjoy all the luxury with a full kitchens, marble bathrooms with whirlpools.
A great 40 room smaller hotel which focuses more on suites with great step out access to Seven Mile Beach. Enjoy a well stock gourmet kitchen and easy access to all the local facilities and restaurants.
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Billed as a state of the art lifestyle resort on Seven Mile Beach with an amazing spa, multiple restaurants and facilities around every corner. The 265 rooms have everything you could expect of other luxury resorts in the area as well as pool areas.
The resort does have its own private beach, and is close enough to George Town for quick trips in.
The Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa was formerly known as the Grand Cayman Beach Suites. The new location is a few kilometers from the previous location but the updates are impressive (opened November 2016).
Those were our top 4 Grand Cayman resorts.
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