Lived up to all the kudos given in other reviews--quiet part of the island, spacious condo, helpful staff, nice facilities. The snorkeling was excellent, but windy days prevented us from snorkeling all but one of the days we were there; even our scheduled boat trip to Stingray City was cancelled due to choppy seas. The entrance into the water is also a bit tricky--even though it is shallow water, it's over lots of rocks and seagrass, not smooth sand. We found other interesting things to do--Botanical Garden, Turtle Farm, Pedro St. James home--in addition to just relaxing and enjoying the fabulous views from the condo and pool area. Every restaurant we tried was excellent--Over the Edge, Tukka, Bombay Chopstix, Southcoast, all in the East End area, and Ragazzi on 7-Mile Beach. Would go back again and hope for calmer seas next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cayman hotels' exotic beachfront lodging offers Caribbean elegance, pool, superb snorkelling, and full luxury apartments costing less than most Grand Cayman hotel rooms. Located on its own sandy beach, only ten miles from George Town and the airport, the Inn is away from the tourist crowds, in a genuine island setting. Cayman's only Travel Holiday Magazine's Editors' Choice Award winner for 2003. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Turtle Nest Hotel Grand Cayman
- Turtle Nest Grand Cayman
- Turtle Nest Inn Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands