Rum Point

Rum Point, Grand Cayman: Address, Phone Number, Rum Point Reviews: 4/5

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Debbie G
New York City, NY573 contributions
Family
We stayed at the Morritt’s on the east end. We bought tickets for Stingray city trip at Red Sails Sports at our complex. The $60.00 per person ticket was for the glass bottom boat to Stingray city and a snorkel spot. It was scheduled for 1:30 to 3:00. It was to pick us up at Rum Point. We drove the rental (29 minutes drive)to Rum Point and got there about 10:00AM. Getting there early means you pick your seats where you want. We relaxed watched the water. It was a little too cold to swim. Watched the cruise ship people starting to arrive and fill the place. Service was great. Drank some frozen drinks which were nice an strong. Ate lunch food was tasty and reasonable cost. By that time it was time for the boat trip. It was a great lay over to our snorkel trip. Don’t think I would go there just for rum point since we have a great accommodations at our resort. But we got in Rum Point- Stingray and Starfish point all in one day.
Written February 3, 2020
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Jem5820
Waukesha, WI16 contributions
We love Rum Point and always stay near when we visit but our visit this month was sad as it was not open for business. We still enjoyed the beach so went often to swim/snorkel and just hang out at a picnic table. Have to say we were always joined by a number of people who drove over from various parts of the island to check it out (there were regularly 20 - 25 people who came knowing it was closed - just think of how many would visit if even only had the beach bar open!!!!). We did hear they are considering opening late fall/winter if the cruise ships start coming back so if you are planning a visit - keep checking on their status. Like I say, still worth a stop to enjoy!
Written April 23, 2022
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Whit
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The buffalo wings are really good. We took Angela's taxi 323 0578 (she approved of me sharing her number. She was the nicest person we met on island and transported us safely and gave useful tips and was very reasonable with prices as well.
Written October 11, 2020
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Tim K
Winnipeg, Canada22 contributions
Couples
We rented a car to drive to Rum Point, which is also accessible by ferry from Camana Bay. Parking was easy to find. It's a private property with a couple of outdoor restaurants and bars And souvenir shop. They serve you outdoors at brightly coloured picnic tables, each with a menu held down by a coconut for a nicely added touch. The mudslide drink was invented here but it was not as good as the mudslides found at Guy Harvey's bar in Georgetown. We would not swim at the beach; there was only a few feet of white sand in the water and then dark brown scary grass and rock. Not pleasant at all. Lots of available beach chairs. Good service. We stayed for a couple of hours including eating and shopping. Definitely a laid back Caribbean vibe. The only downside was the uninviting water.
Written March 23, 2020
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Paul G
5 contributions
Couples
Seriously boring. Not really sure why anyone goes here other than to take a boat to stingray city or take a quick view of starfish beach. We ate at the restaurant (the only one open during the day). It was the worst service on the island. The snorkeling is poor and there's not much to do. Save yourself the trip and stay at 7 mile beach.
Written January 3, 2020
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Companion573607
26 contributions
Couples
Rum point is currently closed.
I have to write hundred characters so I’ll let you know there is a public access point close to rum point but it is right beside condos and not much seating area. Head to star fish point for a quick pit stop and Kiabo for lunch.
Written March 12, 2022
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Bob H
Tampa, FL12 contributions
If you want a relaxing atmosphere in a beach setting, this is the place. Even little kids can wade in the shore where the water is typically calm. Restaurant staff will help satisfy your thirst and hunger. It is quiet. It will bring your anxiety level down. We stayed for 5 hours.
Written March 15, 2020
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Ron D
Grand Prairie, TX268 contributions
Rum Point is not what is used to be back in the 80's, which was an old shack that made great burgers, rum drinks, & a few snacks. It only had a couple of tables and a few hammocks but the view is still the same. Commercialization got hold of the area and built up a restaurant, great pier, all kinds of chairs & such. Drinks are a lot more expensive but still good but the view is still spectacular, deep blue and you can walk out 200 yards or so in waist deep water.
Written February 1, 2020
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Una44 Zeb
Syracuse, NY44 contributions
We found this place by accident, I don't recall that it was easy to find. There is a small beach area that was very crowded, outdoor eating area and a couple places to get food. Not blown away, I was told we should have continued to Starfish Point which would have been worth visiting.
Written July 23, 2020
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Harry Lalli
George Town, Great Exuma5 contributions
Friends
Visiting rum point by boat on a Sunday is a must. All the residents with boats and tourists flock to rumpoint. The water is waist deep so everyone walking in water. Socializing catching up. Listening to different music of each boat. Great atmosphere.
Written March 5, 2020
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