First let me say if I could rate this property higher than a 5, I would!
My husband and I got married on June 16, 2007 and spent our honeymoon at the Seabreeze Condos from June 18th to the 25th. We originally wanted to stay at the Turtle Nest Inn, but we were informed that all the rooms there were booked. The owners, Marleine and Alain informed us that they had ONE oceanfront condo available at their sister property next door--which happened to be the Seabreeze Condos. We decided to book it, and were thrilled that a rental car was included with our week stay!
Once we landed in Grand Cayman, it was so easy to get our rental car. And it was also very easy to navigate to the condo since we printed a map that the owners had on their website.
The condos are located in the non-touristy section of Grand Cayman--in Bodden Town. Looking back, I wouldnt have had it any other way! We were directly on the beach and listened to the waves crashing each and every day!
I can't even explain how perfect the condo was. We were in condo #2 and it was complete with a full kitchen, living room (with a slider leading to the pool and beach) 2 bedrooms (one with a queen bed, one with 2 twin beds) and 2.5 bathrooms! The upstairs has 2 patio/balconies...one overlooking the pool and beach, and one overlooking the back part of the condos.
While we were in Grand Cayman, we did so much! We couldnt have done it without a rental car, though. The island is small enough where you can drive from one end to the other in a little over an hour (such a beautiful drive along the coast) but you definitely need a rental car. The beaches are amazing, and there is so much to do. We went on an Atlantis submarine ride, visited "Hell", took a snorkeling trip to Rum Point, visited the Queens Gardens, Pirate Caves, went on a catamaran trip out to Stingray City and swam with the stingrays, went on a helicopter ride, visited the Pedro St James historic site, and also visited the turtle farm! As I said before, the island is very small so you can pack a lot of activities into one day.
All in all, our honeymoon was amazing and I wouldn't have changed a thing. The people are wonderful, the views are amazing, and the location is just one of a kind. The only negative is that it's a very wealthy island so gas, food, groceries, etc are all VERY expensive! The money conversion is quite a shock!
We will definitely be visiting Grand Cayman again, and I wouldn't even think of staying anywhere else!