Disclosure: I stayed at the Westin Grand Cayman twice at no cost for press trips. I also did a day stay there during a cruise (I paid for that stay). All opinions are my own.
Westin Hotels are one of my favorite hotel chains. Between their heavenly beds, their heavenly showers, and that fabulous green tea and aloe signature scent, I’m always pleased with a stay at a Westin. So when we were booked at the Westin Grand Cayman Resort and Spa during our Cayman Islands press trip, I already knew I’d love it. And, I wasn’t disappointed. Located right on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman, the Westin offers beachfront access, a beautiful pool, and delicious restaurants.
Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort and Spa Review
Location of the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach
The Westin Grand Cayman is about 10 minutes from the airport, and close to many popular attractions and restaurants. It’s right on Seven Mile Beach, and offers beachfront activities.
Rooms at the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach
The Westin Grand Cayman offers a variety of room types, including rooms with views of the beach, as well as suites. While we had an island view room for our first stay (aka, the parking lot view), we really weren’t in the room enough for it to matter. After our first stay, the rooms and resort were renovated, making them even more clean and modern. In room amenities include refrigerators, coffee makers, a 55-inch television, and of course, the Heavenly Bed and the Heavenly Bath. A $60 per night resort fee includes bottled water, beach chairs and umbrellas, beach towels, access to the business center, appetizers, and a welcome non-alcoholic beverage.
Amenities at the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach
Located right on the world-famous Seven Mile Beach, the Westin Grand Cayman is the perfect spot for hanging out on the beach, or engaging in some water sports. There’s some great snorkeling right on the shores (we saw some fish swimming around our legs while we were just standing in the water), and a Red Sail sports kiosk for rentals. There’s also a large freshwater pool (the largest on the island), a spa, a lobby bar, and a few shops.
The Westin Grand Cayman Resort and Spa also offers a swim up bar, and outdoor deli, and a delicious restaurant, Ferdinand’s, where we ate breakfast every day. The service and the food were fabulous – I’d definitely recommend dining there.
During our second stay, we didn’t have a car, so we arranged a few activities through the activity desk in the lobby. We were able to visit the Cayman Turtle Farm by taking their shuttle, and went to Stingray City and Rum Point through an excursion through Red Sail sports.
Our last day was a day stay during our Disney Fantasy 7-day cruise. I contacted the hotel directly to book the day stay, and we took a cab from the port to the hotel. We had a room, and access to all amenities during our stay.
To learn more about the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach, visit their website.