Sunset Cove

Address: 299 West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, 11906, Cayman Islands | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on 299 West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, is near Dexter's Fantasea Tours, Tortuga Divers at Morritts, Captain Bryan's Sail and Snorkle Tours, and Sunset House.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Sunset Cove Seven Mile Beach

          Awesome pool bar Arctic hot tub


          For the last 7 years ALL 3 hot tubs have been freezing cold. Despite letters to the condo association and inquiries with management at the hotel it remains an arctic freeze!!!!!! The Westin has two hot ones.The pool bar offers great quick eats for a fun family lunch. The bartenders (Bob and Chris) will take care of your every need. Billy Bones pool libations wouldn't be the same without them!Cheers!!!!!!!!

          Cheers to Billy Bones!!


          We stayed at Treasure Island Condos for 2 weeks in February 2004 and wouldn't have had a better time if it weren't for the bartenders of Billy Bones. (especially Bob and Chris) They were fun and great with the kids while at the pool bar. Good family atmosphere. Hope to go back soon for another "wicked" good time!

          Treasure Island Condo's!


          Looking for something different, try island condo living @ Treasure Island Condominiums on the southern part of Seven Mile Beach. We just returned on 3-14-04 from 7 wonderful days in a well appointed, luxury 3 bedrm/2 ba "ocean front" condo with direct views of the beautiful ocean & it's sunsets. The group consisted of myself, my lovely bride, our 22 year old son & his 21 yr girl friend. Everybody really seemed to enjoy the facility, the ocean beeezes and the TI swim-up bar. The lsland is billed as the safest vacation Island, it's true...we never felt hit-on by "land sharks" to buy anything, we never felt in danger of leaving the facility and travelling into Georgetown, and as someone who travels, that's such a nice feeling. However, the island is the most expensive island we have ever stayed on, everythings expensive and may prove to be a bit tough financially for a younger family, but thats again where the condo camecome in handy, if you care not to go out, you can use the grill for that fresh ocean catch of the day! Grounds are well kept, including security. The location is within walking distance to lot's of attractions, the beach is sandy, "HOWEVER" it's not a swimming beach, lot's of rocks. Best swimming beach is only 100 yards away to the north, not bad @ all & would not rule out TI condos for that reason. It's really quiet there, prefect for that evening cigar & cocktail as most of the busy places are centered around the best beach area as expected, so the quiet ocean breezes and family conversation are yours to enjoy without the endless jet-ski noise or bar music. If you are a beach walker like myself, the endless beach is near perfect, I walked for hours and if needed (which I never did) you can simply take an affordable cab back to your choice of stay. I highly recommend the Treasure Island Condo's for an ideal vacation spot, as our plane landed @ home, I quietly asked my bride when we are going back, it's that nice! Enjoy R. Schmit

          Get it in writing


          After booking this trip over 6 months in advance, and calling the managment company a week before our trip to make sure what we requested was in order. . . when we came to the island everything I was promised was switched. The managment of the property said they had nothing to do with the switch and all the room assignments were done state side. The entire trip was prepayed, so what leverage did I have. I was told we would not have the condo we requested because late on Thursday night, (we arrived on Friday) the owner had requested to use the property and my request now would not be granted. I watched everybody in the condo's leave and new people check in. So where were the owners. The condo's themselves were clean but no management staff on Sunday or Saturday. We will be returning to Cayman but staying at a different set of Condos By the looks of the hotel, I don't think I would let my dog sleep there.

          Treasure Island Resort condos were beautiful


          We stayed in the treasure Island Resort condos in January. What a beautiful place. The weather was very nice and the beach is beautiful.

          When we got there the water was so clear you could see forever when snorkeling off the beach of our condo. what a welcome relief from wisconsin weather.

          signed dan and mary long

          Wow-What a trip!!!


          We traveled to the Cayman Islands for the first time and can't wait to go back. We stayed in the condos and they were beautiful. Ocean front view was unbelievable. Snorkeling was excellent right in front of the condos. Pool was a lot of fun. Every one we dealt with was very friendly and helpful. We stayed there January 16-21 and wished we could have stayed the whole winter. The three bedroom condo had everything we needed and more. Sunsets were beautiful. I recommend this to everyone.

          We will be back!! Enjoy.

          The condos are wonderful!!


          We stayed at the condos over Thanksgiving 2003! We can't wait to return. The condo overlooked the beautiful waters of Grand Cayman and they were stocked with everything that a family would need. The pool was a favorite with a swim up bar. The waiters and waitress at the bar were fabulous. I wish the bar stayed open longer than 8PM but we had a great time in spite if that. They served food which came in handy.The grounds were great with outdoor BBQ's and picnic tables. We will go back next Thanksgiving without changing a thing. Rent a 3 bedroom, oceanfront condo and you will be in paradise with room enough for a family of 6.

          Great Stay at Treasure Island Condo


          This has been our second trip to Cayman this year. On our previous visit we stayed in the hotel and we agree with many of the reviews posted on this site , "The rooms are average yet adequete." The bartenders at Billy Bones swim up pool bar (Bob and Chris) suggested that we rent a condo on our next visit to Cayman. We did and our vacation was much more enjoyable. The condo is a 2 bed and 2 bath completely remodeled with a full kitchen which worked out well with our family. With the kitchen we saved some money as far as breakfast and lunch went and dined out in the evening. We also discovered that the owners Paul and Jackie are negotiable as far as rates were cocerned depending on the time of the year that you will be on vacation. We highly recommend contacting the owners, for a Carribean vacation with all the comforts of home. Their e-mail address is , As well do not be afraid to approach Bob and Chris for information regarding restaurants , dive operations , fishing trips etc. They go out of their way to ensure that your stay in Cayman will be a very enjoyable one. Cannot wait to return..........Freezing in Chicago.

          The Condos are great


          We stayed in the Treasure Island Condos which are privately owned, updated, and beautiful. The condos are right on the beach and have the use of all 3 swimming pools and the other on-site amenities. The swim up pool bar is terrific!

          Treasure Island Condos


          We had 2 adult couples who stayed at Treasure Island Condos, from May 8-15th, 2003. This spacious, well equiped, 2bed/2bath condo, faced the beach on the living room end and the pool on the side. This is the way to go!! No small,stuffy, hotel room can compare. The cost per couple was less than 2 hotel rooms and we got so much more! Snorkle or dive right off your own beach. We rented a car from the airport for a go when and where you want anytime week. We ventured all over at our leisure. We did our diving with a man named Tripp, with Peter Milburn Diving. We visited Sting Ray City onboard Captain Crosby's catamaran, where we also got a guitar singing captain. A great way to see the diving sights. Very easy to get most anywhere, but remember to KEEP LEFT !!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Sunset Cove Seven Mile Beach

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Seven Mile Beach

          No snorkeling, unfortunately

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          Day 11, Grand Cayman

          A travel blog entry by leemallender on Dec 15, 2014

          ... flat and it's highest point is 80 feet across the whole of the island. And that 80 feet is man made. it is the garbage dump. And only so because of the Hurricane. As the island was such a mess, all the twisted metal was put in the landfill and there was that much it rose to that height. the government have just done a deal and sold it all to China so the island will return to being totally flat. Thats that lesson over :) ...

          Cayman's terms

          A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 12, 2014

          32 photos

          ... hand for us too, as well as plenty of water and fruit punch.

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          Starfish Point was a ...

          What's a Snuba?

          A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jun 29, 2014

          ... closed. After lunch we did the snuba trip. The guide was excellent. The location was just 100 yards off shore. There was a large shipwreck on the bottom from the 1930s. The girls were pros at this. Swimming along the sunken hull of the ship was surreal. Like something out of National Geographic. The tropical waters turned the shipwreck into a natural reef, with all kinds of beautiful fish taking up residence. There was a 2 foot tall lobster, 4 ...

          Kissing a Stingray for Luck (Cayman Island Part I

          A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 02, 2014

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... and beautiful and the Caribbean water was warm but choppy. I didn't know what to expect. It was a wild and crowded scene. Once in a while I caught a glimpse of a silvery gray like figure and then it was gone.
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