Hotels in Cayman Islands

Hotels in Cayman Islands offer enchanting accommodations in a destination referred to as the “Caymans”. Crystal-clear, turquoise waters await in places like Rum Point, Seven Mile Beach and Cemetery Reef.  Named for rum barrels that once washed up along its shoreline, Rum Point is one of the most picturesque Caribbean destinations. When traveling to the Cayman Islands, keep in mind that the Cayman Islands dollar is this British Overseas Territory’s official currency, though USDs are readily accepted. Cars travel on the left-hand side of the road, the islands’ rainiest months are September and October, and 18 years is the legal drinking age. One of the most iconic Cayman Islands adventures takes place at a pellucid sand bar named Stingray City, where you may swim with stingrays in the open ocean. Generally offering a more laid-back experience, Cayman Islands is home to soft, white beaches. As such, try not to forget your best pair of sandals. Island events include Taste of Cayman, Cayman Cocktail Week, Pirates Week Festival, Little Cayman Mardi Gras, Cayman Islands Jazz Fest, Anchor & Den Express, Cayman Islands Orchid Show, Cayfest and Cayman Carnival Batabano. Before we get you to hotels in Cayman Islands, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.

As no archaeological evidence exists to suggest that the Cayman Islands had been inhabited prior to European exploration, it is thought that the islands were first discovered by Christopher Columbus during his 1503 voyage to the Americas. Columbus originally named the islands “Las Tortugas” due to the areas’ large turtle population; though the islands were later renamed to the “Cayman Islands” after its equally large crocodile population. Thereafter, the islands became inhabited mostly by pirates, shipwrecked sailors and army deserters from Jamaica. Blackbeard, whose real name was Edward Teach, arguably the most notorious pirate of all time, operated in the waters around Cayman Islands. Legend has it that treasure buried by Blackbeard still rests somewhere in a Cayman Brac cave. In 1670, England took formal control of the Cayman Islands by way of the Treaty of Madrid, and by the 1730s a permanent English-speaking population had been established. Enslaved Africans accounted for over half the population in the first 1802 census. Slavery having been abolished in 1833, the Cayman Islands in 1863 declared itself independent from the Crown Colony of Jamaica. It wasn’t until 1972, when a new constitution was written, that the islands were granted a large degree of internal autonomy. Historically, the Cayman Islands have never levied income tax, capital gains tax, or wealth tax, which make them an attractive tax haven for financial institutions, namely hedge funds.

Roughly 270 miles south of Cuba and west of Jamaica,  the Cayman Islands is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean Sea. Home to around 70,000 Caymanians today, the Cayman Islands benefit from little temperature changes throughout the year. Hurricane season occurs from June to November. The Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD) is the islands’ official currency, with tourism contributing significantly to GDP. Grand Cayman is home to a number of popular attractions that include Seven Mile Beach, George Town, Pedro St. James Castle, Stingray City, Hell, Cayman Turtle Centre, Mastic Trail, East End Light and Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Popular cuisine includes various seafoods, coconut shrimp, jerk chicken, turtle soup and stew, while the unofficial national dish is cassava (heavy cake), made with margarine, vanilla, boiled coconut milk, brown sugar, spices and grated cassava. Drinks include rum punch, daiquiris, piña coladas, bikini martinis and the “seven mile breeze”,  made from local vodka, cranberry and grapefruit juices, poured over ice and garnished with lime. The Mudslide frozen drink, made with vodka, coffee liqueur, Irish cream, vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup, was created at Rum Point during the 1970s. Now that we’ve covered a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Cayman Islands that will help make for an unforgettable experience.




Regal Beach Club

West Bay Road 431

All Inclusive Cayman Island

Seven Mile Beach

Regal Beach Club offers free WiFi, a patio, a seating area with flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a coffee machine, a whirlpool and grocery delivery. Nearby you’ll find Peppers Bar & Grill, Craft Food & Beverage Co. (gastropub), Bonfire Urban Kitchen, Cimboco (restaurant), Focus Hair and Beauty Salon, Cafe del Sol (coffee shop), The Burger Shack, Al La Kebab, Bliss Yoga, Cayman Scents (gift shop), Divers Supply, Caribos 7 Sausasian (restaurant), Chelsea’s Bar (pool billiard club), Kennedy Gallery (art gallery), Seven Mile Beach Post Office, Be Well Pharmacy, Little Havana Cigar Bar, Tortuga Liquors, Chicken! Chicken! (restaurant), Mariposa Cabaret, Treats Restaurant and more.

Within feet:

      • Seven Mile Beach
      • The Wharf Restaurant & Bar

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Kirk Market and Fosters Food Fair IGA Market

Within 1.6 miles:

      • Copper Falls Steakhouse

Regal Beach Club is 2.3 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom apartment): $606

Cost per person (seven people): $87




Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa

60 Tanager Way

All Inclusive Cayman Island

West Bay

Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa offers a spa center, a fitness center, an outdoor pool, a sun terrace, 3 restaurants, a bar, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, seating areas, a 24-hour front desk, a private beach and free use of bicycles. In the area you may visit Coccoloba (Mexican restaurant), Calico Jacks Bar & Grill, Cayman Turtle Divers, Jungle Bar & Lounge, GC’s Liquor Depot, KAABOO Cayman (festival), Morgan’s Seafood Restaurant, Bacaro (restaurant), Dexter’s FantaSea Tours, Acquarius Sea Tours, Six Senses Cayman Adventures, George’s Watersports, Sail with Friends, Island Splash Water Sports, Cobalt Custom Charters and more.

Within feet:

      • West Bay
      • Seven Mile Beach

Within 2.3 miles:

      • Laguna Del Mar
      • Scholars Park

Within 2.8 miles:

      • West Bay Beach

Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa is 4.2 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (ocean front two-bedroom suite): $2,037

Cost per person (eight people): $255






The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

Seven Mile Beach

All Inclusive Cayman Island

George Town

Featuring WiFi, an outdoor pool, a tennis court, a spa, a wellness center, on-site shops, a restaurant, a bar, a hot tub, concierge services, air conditioning, terraces, work desks and seating areas, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman stands near Blue by Eric Ripert (restaurant), Andiamo (restaurant), Glamorous Hair Studio, Seven (restaurant), Bar Jack, Living The Dream Divers, Yoshi Sushi, Legendz Bar and Grille, St. Matthew’s University, Governors Beach, Governors Square (shopping mall), Tortuga Liquors, Cost-U-Less (supermarket), The Funky Monkey (clothing store), Sunshine Grill, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Island Naturals Cafe, Edoardo’s (Italian restaurant), Barolo Bar, Good Mood Food Co. (restaurant), The Falls Steakhouse, Foster’s Supermarket, Kirk Freeport (duty-free store), NKY Fashion, Luca Restaurant (Italian), Man Cave (hair salon) and more.

Within feet:

      • Seven Mile Beach
      • Laguna Del Mar

Within 1.9 miles:

      • George Town

Within 7 miles:

      • Water Cay Park

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is 2.7 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (queen room ocean front): $928

Cost per person (four people): $232




The Retreat at Rum Point

Sand Point Road 16

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Rum Point Beach

The Retreat at Rum Point provides free WiFi, air conditioning, an outdoor swimming pool, a private beach area, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen and a balcony with sea views. Rum Point Dock, Cayman Kayaks (canoe and kayak tour agency), Red Sail Sports, Bio-luminescent Bay and more are in the vicinity.

Within feet:

      • Rum Point Beach

Within 1.2 miles:

      • Water Cay Park

Within 8 miles:

      • Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
      • Airport Park

The Retreat at Rum Point is 8 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $329



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Palm Heights

747 West Bay Road

All Inclusive Cayman Island

Kirk’s Supermarket

With a restaurant, a bar, free bike usage, a fitness center, a private beach area, water sports facilities, a garden, a terrace, an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor pool, evening entertainment, a 24-hour front desk, a continental or buffet breakfast and a hot tub, Palm Heights is near Tillie’s (restaurant), George’s Watersports, The Grand Pavilion (business center), Lauren’s (Italian restaurant), Big Daddy’s Liquor Store, Wok-n-Roll (Asian restaurant), Blue Cilantro (restaurant), Saltwater Grill (restaurant), Waterman Cayman Surf Co, Buy Smart (discount store), Fresh Kitchen & Coffee, PD’s Sports Bar & Grill, The Wine Cellar, Smoothie King and more.

Within feet:

      • Kirk’s Supermarket

Within 2.2 miles:

      • Heroes Square

Within 3.3 miles:

      • Dart Family Park

Palm Heights is 2.7 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $811

Cost per person (six people): $135




Le Soleil D’or

2147 South Side Road East Le Soleil D’or

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Cayman Brac

Providing a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a bar, a private beach area, a 24-hour front desk, a garden, a terrace, air conditioning, desks, electric tea pots, coffee machines, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs, kitchens, continental breakfast and tennis courts, Le Soleil D’or is near Cayman Brac Public Pool, Christopher Columbus Gardens (tourist attraction), Foot’s Museum (art gallery), Radar Reef (tourist attraction), Kirkconnell’s Market (grocery store), Bat Cave (tourist attraction), Tigerbay Cafe (sports bar), Billy’s Supermarket, Star Island (restaurant), Scotts Dock (boat ramp), Crossroads General Store, Star Island Restaurant, Tipsy Turtle Bar, Sunset Place (park) and more.

Within feet:

      • Cayman Brac

Within 7 miles:

      • The Bluff Mountain

Within 18 miles:

      • Hungry Iguana Restaurant & Bar

 Le Soleil D’or is 4.9 miles from Charles Kirkconnell International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom villa): $2,233

Cost per person (six people): $372






Sprat Bay Luxury Villa

South Sound Road

All Inclusive Cayman Islands

Airport Park

Sprat Bay Luxury Villa offers 6 bedrooms, a hot tub, a private pool, a garden, grill facilities, free WiFi, free private parking, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and a terrace with pool views. Cayman Islands Tennis Club, Willie’s Fresh Fruits and Juices, Grand Harbor Shopping Centre, Hurley’s (grocery store), Health Care Pharmacy, Black Pearl (skate park), The Prospect Playhouse (performing arts theater), Cayman Islands Brewery, Prospect Fort (historical landmark) and more are found within the vicinity.

Within 1.4 miles:

      • Airport Park

Within 1.9 miles:

      • Heroes Square

Within 3.4 miles:

      • Laguna Del Mar

Sprat Bay Luxury Villa is 1.5 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $1,750

Cost per person (twenty people): $88



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Addison Lee Villa

24 Marbel Drive

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Camana Bay Farmers Market

Providing 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, central air conditioning, free WiFi, a large living room, a kitchen, a breakfast room, a screened-in porch, a deck, an outdoor pool, smart key-less locks, ceiling fans, large closets, a flat-screen TV and a mini-fridge, Addison Lee Villa is close to Southern Spice Restaurant (Indian restaurant), The Wharf Restaurant & Bar, Tribe Tattoos, Thai Orchid (restaurant), Fidel Murphys Irish Pub & Restaurant, Cayman Segway Tours, Icoa Café (restaurant), XQ’S Pizza, Bar, Grill (restaurant), DNS Diving Grand Cayman (SCUBA tour agency) and more.

Within feet:

      • Seven Mile Beach
      • Laguna Del Mar
      • Camana Bay Farmers Market

Within 1.6 miles:

      • Airport Park

Within 5 miles:

      • Spotts Beach
      • Boatswains Beach

Addison Lee Villa is 2 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (six-bedroom house): $1,243

Cost per person (thirteen people): $95



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The Locale Hotel

455 West Bay Rd

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Peppers Bar and Grill

With a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a bar, free WiFi, breakfast and a 24-hour front desk, The Locale Hotel sits close to Regal Beach Club.

Within feet:

      • Peppers Bar and Grill
      • Seven Mile Beach

Within 2.7 miles:

      • Dart Family Park

Within 7 miles:

      • Water Cay Park

The Locale Hotel is 2.3 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family suite): $598

Cost per person (six people): $99







416 Bodden Town Road

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Bodden Town

Providing 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV and a fully-equipped kitchen, Evolution is near Czech Inn Grill (restaurant) and Grape Tree Cafe in Bodden Town.

Within feet:

      • Bodden Town

Within 4.7 miles:

      • Rum Point Beach

Within 9 miles:

      • Fiddlers Park
      • Heroes Square

Evolution is 7.4 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (seven-bedroom villa): $4,457

Cost per person (twenty people): $222




Rum Point Club Residences

2166 Rum Point Drive

Hotels in Cayman Islands

Rum Point

With a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, family rooms, seating areas, a barbecue, balconies with sea views, a terrace and free WiFi, Rum Point Club Residences is near Rum Point Beach, Rum Point Club Restaurant, Rum Point Dock (marina), Red Sail Sports (sporting goods store) and Bio-luminescent Bay.

Within feet:

      • Rum Point

Within 1.1 miles:

      • Water Cay Public Beach

Within 9 miles:

      • Scholars Park
      • Heroes Square

Rum Point Club Residences is 8 miles from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $2,199

Cost per person (eight people): $274



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So there they are, hotels in Cayman Islands that will help make for an amazing trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in the Cayman Islands!

41 Replies to “Hotels in Cayman Islands”

  1. Needless must I say that this article has as content, paradise mirrors oozing from it. This is in fact a very interesting one and I truly fancy everything written in here. The regal beach club is surely a must visit for me if I ever got to the cayman island and the various alternatives here. It is oozingnof pure natural beauty and it is simply great to behold. The cost per person too is very considerate and should be worth staying. This is pure beauty. Thanks

  2. This is the first time I am hearing of the Cayman Islands. I wouldn’t have thought that Britain has a territory in the Carribean sea. There are so many people that live here too and I’m wondering how I never knew about it before. Pictures from this island looks so good, I am so impressed. I think I will visit on my next vacation though. Thank you a million times for sharing this one here. Cheers!

  3. Hello there, thanks for sharing this wonderful post. There are so many people who are willing to travel but have no idea of some cool place to go to, while some other know of a good location, but not a good place to stay while they are away. Looking at this post, I’m really impressed by these suggestions you have given and I wouldn’t mind visiting the Kimpton seafire resort on one of my vacations as I love the quality they have to offer and tye fitness place is one I’ll love to see.

  4. I have always wanted to try the all inclusive. I actually just had a conversation with a colleague the other day. He said that it is best to book for only 4 star and above hotels if I want to do the all inclusive. It is very affordable and everything is premium including the liquors. The liquor part sold me lol Thank you for the hotel list, amenities and the cost. I will definitely tell my husband about this amazing deal. It is cold in NYC!

    1. Nuttanee lol! Glad you found the liquor to your liking. There are lots of fine places to see in Cayman. Stay warm 🙂

  5. Now this is a vacation… Been thinking of our next vacation and reading about this sounds so heavenly… I have been to the Cayman Islands. I do like beachfront so the Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman sounds like a good idea. With good food, spa, pool, beach and some diving, I can stay there forever. Bring me there now! Thanks for sharing nearby places and it’s good to know that it’s not too far from the airport!

  6. I follow this site and I agree with you. You are anything but standard.That is an interesting history of The Cayman Islands. I love that all your destination locations have great and modern taste to them. I wouldn’t want to be on vacation with no WiFi at any given time.  I see why the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa costs that much per night. I must say the view, the feel of the outside while inside is worth every penny. Those features that go with it are just amazing. Glad to see thatthere is something also affordable. Calypso Cove also has amazing views and is quite pocket friendly. Thank you for these great suggestions. Page bookmarked.

  7. I have been on holiday to Jamaica on the North West,. I know it is near to Cayman but I have never thought of checking out Cayman, maybe because I have never seen any information about what is available.Those resorts are amazing. Everything looks so peaceful I like my vacations to be away from my usual city life and in these natural island settings. From your list, I love the Ritz Carlton and the Shangri- La Bed and breakfast. Looks like I could have a really good time on the island. Thank you

  8. OOOHHH!!! I want to go to the Cayman, but I never been there.   The tours and luxury apartments or hotel cost pretty high. Put the hurriance season to avoid the disaster the people’s vacation is good idea.  Someday,  I will go there and have much fun and relax there.  Thanks for the tours the Cayman Islands.

    1. Carolyn thank you for the comments and enthusiasm! Hopefully you will get to visit the Cayman Islands very soon:)

  9. Wow, you certainly do know how to make a destination look so very appealing, I have never been to the Cayman Island or any of the alternatives but after reading your post here, I really do want to go there, the apartments that you recommend look absolutely amazing, in fact, I’m having trouble choosing a favourite  because they all look so good, thank you for sharing this excellent post, I may book up ready for next summer. 

    1. Russ thank you very much for the kind words. Glad to hear you liked the Cayman accommodation recommendations and happy travels out there 🙂

  10. The first thing I thought about was a paradise for people hiding their money for tax purposes, lol. However, its easy to see why this is truly a paradise. For anyone. Good article with beautiful pictures. This is a place I definitely want to consider to be my next travel destination. Thanks a lot for this. 

  11. I love history and enjoyed your section on that. I’m sure there are many colorful stories about the settlers and how they ended up there!
    I couldn’t have imagined that a vacay on a private beach front is affordable if it’s set up with a group. What a way to truly relax!
    I have thought of these islands primarily as a banking center, not really a place to plan a vacation (unless you’re a billionaire!).
    That sun and the tropical colors of all the locations you posted are very appealing. I’d love to walk into those views!
    Great info, thank you for all the specifics!

  12. I love this site… I actually bookmarked it on my commuter to come back to it. It is extremely informational, and I don’t have to go to several pages and reading to get to the price. I prefer pages like this, where you can see all that I’m reading about, without having to click several buttons to get to the final expenditures….

    Anyway… great site… keep it coming…

  13. Hi, The Cayman islands look amazing just scrolling through the different accommodation that you have to offer seems like a holiday in itself. I love the long white sandy beaches and I feel I could get lost there forever. Living in The UK the Cayman islands seem like a fantasy paradise. I love the look of the sprat luxury villa and at $88.00  a night it is a bargain.  I would love to see the cost of flights from the UK to this destination as I feel it could be quite a cheap holiday if I can get a big enough group together. I like the way that these packages work. Thanks for all the information.

  14. Thanks very much admin for this great article about the cayman island, it has really been an enjoyable article from its start to its end and thanks for providing us with the historical back ground of this island and  also some of the wonderful alternatives which have made me fall in love with the island and I think am gonna enjoy my Christmas vacation there. Thanks very much in advance. 

  15. Hello there, good to see you share insights on all Inclusive Cayman Island Alternatives. If I ever needed to travel to the Cayman Island, I’ll check this list again. As an internet lover, I don’t joke with free WiFi and most of these have free WiFi and are very affordable too. They’re really beautiful too.

  16. Hi,  this sounds like the vacation of my dreams.  The price is more affordable than I thought.  I pictured it be expensive for so much luxery. For what you are getting   if you get get a group of friends together it would be a lot funner and cheaper. 8 to 10 people would be about perfect. 

    love the ocean front two bedroom suite.  I hope its not too hot.

  17. Thanks for this interesting post, an all inclusive offered is a really interesting and beneficial one, having so many thing under it like bike rentals, food and all. It is nice that there are alternatives for it and I like the ideas that you’ve mentioned, my favorite is the Regal beach club.

  18. Anyone of these resorts would be wonderful.  The Caymans have always sounded so exotic, and the pictures are beautiful. I am sure that spending some time in any one of these locations would assure a memorable vacation.   

    I enjoyed the thumbnail of the history of the Caymans and knowing how the island has been governed.  The thought that such a small population, only 65,000 people, could accommodate the fortunes of wealthy people is surprising.  

    Thanks for sharing the information and images.  Fun and interesting.

  19. wow obviously This is my first time of hearing about Cayman Island. I never believed that Britain has a part or territory in these kind of sea.

    the way these Cayman island looks i very beautiful and attractive to people like me i  will love to be in this kind of perfect place.

    i love your content kudos for your content that made me know that Britain has a portion the carribean sea.once more i appreciate.thanks.

  20. Wow beautiful photo you gat there. When you mentioned cayman island, what to mind was vacation after this pandemic Era is over.. Ever since this lockdown there has not free time for me. As an affiliate marketer am engaged on a daily exercise to meet up. This location is perfect for me. Thank you for sharing this with us 

  21. Wow i never knew there were places like this in Cayman Islands. I have been looking for a place to visit for my next   vacation. I think i will go for the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa it looks realy nice and the price is affordable to me. I will be going with my family tho. Nice website there is also a direct link to know more about these places on your article.

  22. helllpp dear, thanks alot for such an amazing dcontent with us your review on Cayman Islands is really nice i am glad i got to see these  post, i plan on going there with my family when these pandemic is over, thanks alot for the info , i see you have wriiten a thorough article here, these has been one of the most thorough and laid down article ive read so far, its really crazy with what you can accomplish with the right post, i already saved these post so as to come back for future reference. classic work you have done here

  23. The Cayman Islands sound like a wonderful place to take a relaxing vacation. My
    favorite room would overlook the ocean. I picture myself sitting
    on the patio enjoying one of their specialty cakes. I have never had turtle soup
    and would probably skip that treat. If you can travel with a small group of
    friends the per night rate would be affordable. The rooms that you shared are breathtaking.

  24. Beaches are truly amazing to spend one’s vacation, and this Cayman Island I must say is not only an alternative but a must travel place vacation because of its crystal clear water, serenity and far from a noisy places.  I guess as a writer, you spend a lot of time here.  Thank you for this great article.

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