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Recent Cayman Islands reviews

  • Cayman kai

    "We had a wonderful stay at this beautiful condo it is exactly as pictured and very easy to book with the owners. October is the slow season so we had the pool all to ourselves for our evening swims after scuba diving during the day. It was a bit of a drive for diving west bay and south end but it was a beautiful drive and easy after getting used to driving on the left and the roundabouts. It was great coming back to the condo to rest and relax for the next days dives. We really enjoyed tukka restaurant on the east bay about 20 minutes away great food beautiful water view , fun place, also fun to have a drink at rum point and take a nice swim. Stingrays are a must we went out with red sail sports it was a little rushed but very fun."
    Guest: Deborah M. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 22, 2014
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  • Perfect place to relax and explore

    "We booked the 1 bedroom unit for 8 nights during the second half of August. The condo was as advertised: comfortable, well-equipped and with 180-degree views of the beach and reef. The balcony was great to enjoy the cooling breeze in the evening or the rising sun in the morning. The resort was clean and our building was very quiet. We came to relax and snorkel so this location was perfect. Grand Cayman is very safe and it was very easy to drive around. We visited pretty much every beach and snorkelling spot between East End Cemetery and Rum Point. The beaches were deserted, the wild life abundant and most of the time we were by ourselves in the water. There were several restaurants in the area; we enjoyed Tukka and Bombay Chopstiks for dinner as well as Over the Edge and Kaibo Beach for lunch. The grocery and liquor stores located just across the street from the resort provided everything else we needed. As always, we had no problem booking through VRBO and Carl, the owner, was very helpful. Overall, a very relaxing stay in a quiet, unpretentious resort with amazing views and great snorkelling. We definitely recommend this condo and would come back."
    Guest: Avid snorkelers Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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  • A beautiful vacation

    "We had a WONDERFUL stay here at #4 Tamarind Bay. The condo is beautiful with a wonderful location. The kitchen had everything we needed to enjoy a lovely turkey dinner with all the trimmings. We had a great Christmas holiday! Thank you so much for having such a wonderful place for us to rent."
    Guest: Matty family Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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  • Good Place on SMB

    "My spouse and I rented this one bedroom condo for a week. The paperwork with the owner went smoothly. The condo unit was fine and clean. The condos' location on Seven Mile Beach is between the Marriott Hotel and the Royal Palms bar so there is activity of people walking by and it is busier on SMB when cruisers head over to the Royal Palms for a few hours for sun and sand. The condo beach is cordoned off for residents and guests though which is nice. Sandy Beach and clear water right out front which is nice. (You can't say the same for every ocean front place on SMB). Walking distance to shops and food. The condo is approx. 1/3 of the way from the road so there is no road noise. It is also on the east side so there is no noise from the Royal Palms bar that other have complained about. You do have a water view from the living/back porch area. We cooked breakfast and made lunch each day. Plenty of dishes although a whisk and mixing bowl would have been helpful (We used the Pyrex baking dish and manual beater instead). The washer and dryer were a help even if just drying beach towels each day. Pack some detergent pods and dryer sheets. There was some kind of jet ski competition at the Royal Palms on a Saturday afternoon so there was a period of personal water craft buzzing by which was kind of annoying. Luckily it was only one afternoon. Much more low key than the Marriott Beach though. We brought a portable beach cabana with us since we are sun sensitive but we were appreciative of the 8 ft beach umbrella located in the condo unit. The beach ones were typically "claimed" by 8am each day so don't rely on getting one for shade. We didn't have to hurry then and we came an went as we pleased each day. We also brought a collapsible cooler in our luggage but it wasn't needed as the condo had a soft sided cooler under the sink. When the staff checks in with you the first day, make sure you look around before saying everything is fine. We were there when the office was closed for 3 days so we had to go out and buy toilet paper, dish detergent, laundry detergent. etc. Not sure what supplies really come with the condo, if any. No problem with the WIFI, TV or assigned parking. We'd stay here again."
    Guest: Lulubelle Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 11, 2014
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Cayman Islands Travel Tips

Cayman Island Rentals Are Bases to Discover Paradise

Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503, the Cayman Islands were originally named Las Tortugas after the numerous sea turtles there. The Cayman Islands are now ideal locations for today’s explorers. Cayman Islands rentals give independent travelers bases from which to discover the myriad of attractions on the Cayman Islands. Cayman Islands villas allow you to discover exciting activities at lovely Caribbean resorts.

Cayman Island Villas for Relaxation and Education

Seven Mile Beach is one of the Caribbean’s premier beaches. Located on Grand Cayman, it is easily accessible from all Cayman Island villas. South of Seven Mile Beach is Georgetown, the capital of the Cayman Islands and home to several Caribbean resorts. Located here is the Cayman Islands National Museum. There are more than 2,000 items portraying the natural, social, and cultural history of the Caymans. Take time away from your comfortable Cayman Islands rentals to visit the Cayman Turtle Farm. This is a fascinating excursion where you can see the work being carried out to bring back the population of endangered green sea turtles.

Explore Sea Life at Caribbean Resorts

No excursion from Caribbean resorts is complete without visiting Stingray City. Conveniently located close to Cayman Islands rentals, this attraction is where a large number of stingrays gather. It is believed that the fish come to the area because local fisherman used to clean and gut their catches here. Now visitors wade onto the waist-deep sandbar to pet and feed these amazing creatures. This will be an unforgettable experience to remember when you look back on your time in Cayman Islands villas.

Caribbean Resorts for World-renowned Diving on your Doorstep

Cayman Islands rentals offer the more adventurous some of the best scuba diving sites of all the Caribbean resorts. World-renowned sites such as Bloody Bay and Jackson's Bight are located on the north side of Little Cayman. Famous for its sheer cliff drop offs, it is definitely for the experienced diver. The spectacular natural beauty, activities, water sports and interesting places to visit from Cayman Islands villas makes the area the perfect vacation destination.

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