Grand Cayman Resorts and Hotels:
The second time we stayed on Grand Cayman we stayed on the East End at Morritts Tortuga Club.
This was pretty much a scuba diving vacation with a group of friends. Plus my friend had a timeshare we could use for only the transfer fee. So how could it be bad?
This was a different type of Grand Cayman lodging than we had at the Marriott since we stayed in a 2 bedroom condo. The accommodations were very nice and we enjoyed our stay here.
But as I said before, if you want some nightlife or some action, I wouldn't recommend this location since there is not alot in the area. The drive to Seven Mile Beach is fairly long so it's not like you are a 15 minute drive away from the action.
If it's restaurants, action and nightlife you are after, stay on - or at least closer to - Seven Mile Beach.
Those are the two Grand Cayman resorts we have personal experience with. A women I used to work with stayed at the Westin Casuarina Resort several times and always raved about it.
Another Grand Cayman hotel I have heard great things about was the Ritz Carlton. Of course, how could the Ritz be bad? It's out of my price range but if you can afford it, go for it!
Obviously there are alot of lodging options to choose from. So how do you narrow your choice and get the best deal out there?
Another good place to look is the free search tool below.
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It saves alot of time. Not to mention money. So give it a try. There's always a deal somewhere. Here's to finding yours.
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