Tourist trap..food looked a little chancy....excellent gift shop though and a pretty area if the sun was out
Beach surrounded by restaurants and bars. Fairly crowded. Too many kids for beachbar crowd, too many drinks for kids. Too crowded for my liking. On the other hand, clean, food and drinks reasonable by island standards, parking easy. While not my favorite place, it might be good for someone that wants food and drinks steps away from a relatively crowded... More
We've been to Rum Point at least 5 times over the years, usually by driving over from Morritt's. Once we visited as part of a cruise excursion. If you are on a cruise, and you are stopping with limited time, go right to a table and sit down and know what you want to order. The staff get a bit... More
We did a day trip to rum point with the hopes of snorkeling and spending the day at the beach, its a very nice spot with lots of activities and things to do, you have shopping,restaurants and water sports rentals as well as snorkeling. The day we where there we could not see the water was murky the snorkeling was... More
We stopped over on Rum Point from and excursion we were on. The location was clean and there were a couple of places to eat and a little shop in the back. For the tourists staying on the island there were beach loungers. For visitors there was no seating outside of the restaurants and we were unable to walk up... More
The beach area is very nice and well maintained... the food shops are a bit pricey but that is a common issue with any beach front facility.
Geat place to spend the day lounging, playing in the sand, water sports, and dining beach side. Full service bar, and table service right on the beach. The dive shop has paddle boards, jet skis, kayaks, snorkel equipment and floats for water lounging. On really sunny days they have large sun sails strung between the trees for a bit of... More
Limited activities on a nice beach. You pay premium prices for drinks and food. This was a large gathering spot for the cruise ship crowd.
Rum Point is a great place to spend the day outside of George Town. Large beach, snorkeling, and good food on site.
We stopped in Grand Cayman during our Disney Cruise and booked this excursion through them. There was an hour catamaran ride there and back, which we enjoyed, but that might be a deal breaker for others. This beach is nice, calm and relaxed with a great little restaurant and some fun things to do. We rented wave runners and did... More
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