Having stayed at numerous top-notch hotels/resorts in nearly every Carribean Island I was a bit reticent about staying in the Caymans due to its reputation as being very busy and overbuilt. However, I wanted my son to complete his dive certification and there is no better place as the dive shops here are very well run. The property is superbly managed by a Swiss woman and is nothing short of gorgeous. The units are such that you would be happy to live in them year-round. The beachfront is gorgeous and nicely set back from the crowds that trudge up and down Seven Mile Beach all day. The restaurant "Luca" is the best Italian on the island.
Two negatives you should be aware of:
1) A very large construction project has just begun across the street and truck and construction noise starts early in the morning.
2) None of the bedrooms have black-out curtains and let in most available light. You will be up early which is fine by me but your teen might not like it. We mentioned it to management and they promptly covered my son's window. That's how good they are.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking