September 25, 2020

5 best Cayman Islands all-inclusive resorts

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Famous for its great weather, turquoise waters, white-sand beaches and high-end designer stores, the is a favorite playground for the rich and famous. Families however can keep their trip’s expenses to a limit by staying at one of the all-inclusive resorts. These resorts allow a guest to enjoy their stay without having to worry about how much meals and most activities are going to cost them during their stay.

The Cayman Islands is made up of three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. They are home to several interesting natural attractions, including , where tourists can swim with and feed the numerous southern stingrays that congregate in this area.

  1. Seven Mile Beach Resort

This recently renovated resort is located on the Cayman Islands most famous beach, the crescent-shaped Seven Mile Beach. The Westin boasts a swim-up bar, the largest freshwater pool in Grand Cayman, two hot tubs, a fitness center as well as a huge spa that boasts 13 treatment rooms and offers a full range of services, including massages, waxing, body wraps and manicures and pedicures. This resort also features the for children between the ages of four and twelve. In addition, the Westin Grand Cayman was named to Conde Nast Traveler’s prestigious Gold List, which is a compilation of the best resorts in the world.

  1. Cobalt Coast Resort Grand Cayman

For divers, the small, intimate Cobalt Coast is a dream come true. Not only are meals included in Cobalt Coast’s all-inclusive price, but so is unlimited shore diving as well as daily boat dives. Resort guests also enjoy free round-trip airport transfers. There are also activities for non-divers, including snorkeling and a free trip to the Cayman’s famous Stingray City. The resort itself is located in a private setting on Grand Cayman’s northwest shore and boasts easy access to stunning snorkeling and diving just off shore. Guests have a choice of a suite, a standard room or a cottage.

  1. Brac Reef Beach Resort Cayman Brac

This small, 40-room resort is located on a lovely and private white-sand beach. The Brac Reef Beach Resort offers various all-inclusive rates. All of the packages include meals, airport ground transfers and a rum punch welcome. The biggest difference between packages is the number of free boat dives a guest can take during their stay at the resort. The Brac Reef Beach Resort also offers many other activities, including kayaking, snorkeling and tours of the island. This resort also features a full-service spa, which offers such luxuries as hot stone massages and body polishes.

  1. The Reef Resort Grand Cayman

This resort has something for everyone. Couples can enjoy live musicians nightly and snorkeling right from the Reef Resort’s private white-sand beach. Families can enjoy the many free activities for children, including ice cream socials and a kids club. Even better, all of this resort’s rooms are beachfront suites. These rooms boast a separate bedroom area as well as a slew of amenities, including a full kitchen or a kitchenette, a microwave and a coffee maker. The Reef Resort also offers many activities, including yoga classes, a full-service spa, a gym, tennis courts and a retail therapy excursion.

  1. Marriott Beach Resort Grand Cayman

This lovely resort is located on the stunning Seven Mile Beach and is only a stroll away from some of the best shopping and dining in Grand Cayman. One of the most popular all-inclusive resorts in the Cayman Islands it offers specialty packages, that include breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel’s 4 restaurants. In addition to meals, guests have access to unlimited cocktails and soft drinks. The Marriott Beach Resort also offers great amenities for its guests, including a full-service spa, a fitness center, access to on-site snorkeling and a refreshing freshwater pool. There are bonfires several times a week at this resort so that guests can enjoy S’mores by the sea. The Owen Roberts International Airport, one of the two entrance ports to the Cayman Islands, is around a 10-minute drive from the hotel.

For more on this story and to book go to: http://www.touropia.com/cayman-islands-all-inclusive-resorts/

 

 

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