Ok I'll admit the service at comfort suites deserves 5 star, our room was cleaned very well and the lady was the sweetest, I didn't catch her name but she was the same lady that helped at the breakfast area sometimes. Guadalin and Lynnette are dolls, very sweet, one of the guys too but I didn't get his name and of course our breakfast guys were awesome, with very little space and ingredients managed to cook delicious breakfast. I believe the guy that helped us with chairs and umbrellas name is Carl, he is the most hard working person I've ever seen, kept the area very clean.
Our problem is I picked this hotel because they advertise they have wi-fi. My son does not like the beach and he is a senior in high school and had a ton of homework to do so he was relying on the wi-fi. The first day he tried the free wi-fi and we couldn't even get the google to load. So I told him get the $10 one and he told me he'd have to wait til the next day so he can get signed out but what do you know on the charge sheet we were charged from that day even though we didn't start using the paid internet til the next day. Once we try the paid internet we find out it's a lot slower than even dial-up internet, my son did a speed test and we go back to the free wi-fi and my son dealt with it since he is a very easy going kid. He would get into the loby to get a lil better signal so he could finish his work. We were also relying on the internet too as I wanted to pick the restaurants we were going based on the reviews and we couldn't get those to load with anything and that's how we wound up at a restaurant that charged us $10 per bottle of water a total of $30 even though we didn't ask for the last bottle which was poured and left there since we didn't drink it but that will have it's own review. Honestly I'd have rather had breakfast not included than internet. The beach was very very overcrowded at the comfort suites and marriott and I cut myself couple of times in the ocean cuz they were a lot of corals there, but that is not a problem cuz you can walk a few steps away from marriott and is much better. This Island in general is very rip-off and overrated, they take advantage that families want to go there cuz it's very safe. But so is Aruba and Turks&caicos which btw have the most beautiful water you have ever seen I'd never even compare that to cayman's and we found a lot better deals there than here. In turks&caicos we paid $105 for comfort suites same time of the year. My son is right when he told me why do you pay so much money to go to these islands without infrastracture when you have awesome beaches in US where you can even drive there. I felt like the adults when the child pointed and said "the emperor is naked". Now the "bus" service is $2.5 pp so we'd pay 20 bucks one way for 2 min drive in a minivan that is so old in the states you'll be never be able to find those, and full of the fumes while in aruba you'd go into enviromentally friendly big buses where the windows were left open and all you smell is the island breeze for half the price. It was the first time I came back from vacation and was happy to be home, usually I am sad. This is one of the most expensive islands I've ever been and please dear manager who replies to every review like we're a bunch of liars, save it. We spent 8 grand for a family of 4 on this vacation on on island that doesn't even have decent sidewalks. Now if it was something like st John which is 70% national park and everything looks like you died and went to heaven I understand, but this is just very average beach and nothing else, actually overbuilt in some areas with no adequate beach area and no decent public transportation.
Now on restaurants: my husband and kids ate once at stingers and hated the food but coconut joe's across the street is very good with very fast service and reasonable prices comparing to others. I loved sunshine grill but sometimes there is a 2 hours waiting list it's insane, and my favorite dishes there, havana sandwiches and havana chicken. Casanova is owned by the same people as coconut joes but is upscale and my favorite Italian in the islands without great quality food without the rip off scheme, just delicious food beautiful ocean view, great atmosphere with a guy that plays harp and takes requests from the guests. Very romantic. We couldn't get a reservation at brasserie and i heard that's very good so do it the first day you go there. The ones that called themselves upscale restaurant were rip off.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stay with someone you know. The hotel enjoys an excellent location beachside in the heart of Seven Mile Beach area close to restaurants, bars and shopping and with breakfast and basic wi-fi access included offering excellent value to the traveller on Seven Mile Beach. While not a beachfront property guests access the beach by a small path a few feet from the back door. The hotel offers 5 suite types: 2-bedroom, 1-bedroom with full kitchen as well as Business Pool View King Studios, Deluxe Studio with 2 beds and Queen Studios each with kitchenette are ideal for any size of family and budget. Onsite Restaurant and Dive Shop with snorkel trips to Stingray City offers convenience at your door step. Best location, best value on Seven Mile. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Comfort Suites 7 Mile Beach
- Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach Hotel Seven Mile Beach
- Seven Mile Beach Comfort Suites
- Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands