Grand Cayman Beach Suites
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Historical Traveler Reviews Grand Cayman Beach Suites Seven Mile Beach
We were at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman from 6/12/03 - 6/17/03. The resort was well groomed and clean, two health club facilities, several pools and a clean beach. Although the beach is on the other side of a road, the walk is not a problem. Food is expensive on the island. We stayed in the Hyatt Regency Club which serves a continental breakfast, afternoon snack, horsdoeurves with open bar at 5 pm, and a evening snack. The availability of food at the Regency Club actually cut down on the number of meals I needed to purchase. Best bargin was a half day, three stop snorkeling boat trip for $19 (US) on Soto's Cruises (not Bob Soto's). A rental car ($184. US) gave us access to many day trips, restaurants, etc. without the use of expensive taxis. After reading many of the prior reviews of the Hyatt, I was a little apprehensive, but found it was a clean, great place to stay. For some strange reason, they gave you packets of coffee for the in-room coffee maker the first night, but the maid never left any the other nights. (I think they wanted you to buy it out of the in-room minibar.) If you are a Hyatt Goldpassport member, you are entitled to in-room coffee, so each day I asked housekeeping to give me a couple of xtra packets- no problem. Great place to visit. I was extremely satisfied with the Hyatt.
It was okay, but check the westin
We stayed at the Hyatt and although the resort is lovely, the fact that it was not on the beach side was a bit dissapointing. It seemed like the only resort to suffer such a handicap. Perhaps if we had played golf we would look to stay at the hyatt again, as the golf course was really beautiful - The hyatt overall was lovely, but I think next time we will look into the westin (or the Ritz if its done! that Looks top notch!)
"Best family vacation and awsome resort"
My family of seven has been on many vacations before but this is the first time we went to a carribbean Island. The atmosphere when you arrive makes you feel as though you are arriving in beverly Hills. The landsape is remarkable with flush flowers and ponds and bridges everywhere. The Pools are spectacular and the golf course is amazing. At the pool you can havewonderful meals and the restruants at the hotel is more then gourmet. The beach is paradise with water as clear as can get. There is snorkling rightb of the beach with amazing colors and fish. Yes the walk from the hotel to the beach was sort of far but it was a pretty walk. I know this was long but i just want to say how awsome this resort is. You must go here!
I've been to the Cayman's twice and have stayed both at the Hyatt and in a house at the West end of the island. The Hyatt's beautiful beaches, both Seven Mile and Rum Point prove to be an unforgettable sight. The hotel has an elegance like no other. It is one of the few resorts able to comfortably house my 8 family members. Although our villa was not on the beach the shuttle was more than happy to drive us if we were too lazy to walk. The personable staff made the 60 second drive entertaining. Stay at the Hyatt and you will return from your vacation with photos that look like postcards!
The Hyatt is just average
The Hyatt was just okay. Nice grounds and rooms, but it still has a "conference hotel" feel to it. I recommend renting a time share if you value serenity and quiet. I visit every year, and my favorite place thus far is Tarquynn Manor.
My family visited the Caymans for the first time-the Hyatt is the best place to stay! We loved it!! Soo luxurious! The beach and pool are wonderul! Make sure to take advantage of the free mimosas when you enter the lobby in the mornings (on the beach side of the hotel).
A great vacation
we were there from 6/22/02-6/27/02 we had a great time. The hyatt regency was beautiful and the service was awesome. the people on the island are so nice. the weather was great and the food too. it is expensive to eat on the island. but, i would recommend you go at least once in a lifetime if not more.
We just returned from our honeymoon at the Hyatt in Grand Cayman and had a terrific time.
The hotel is beautifully landscaped and provides virtually all the services that you could possibly desire! They host Red Sail Sports which can provide for watersports, snorkeling, and diving activities. It's all right there on the Hyatt beach! Often, people staying at other resorts would come to the Hyatt to participate in those activities.
There are two areas to stay at the Hyatt: The beach side offers about 50 suites and the main section has around 300 rooms. If you stay in the main area, you will have a bit of a walk to the beach and watersports area. The beach suites offer amazing views of the beach and evening sunsets, along with great proximity to the beach and 2 pools. It will be more expensive to stay on the beach side, but I think its worth it.
The staff is very friendly and they have eliminated some of their silly room charges. In other reviews, I read that the in-room electronic safes were an additional cost, but we found that they were free to keep your valuables in.
Be prepared that Grand Cayman is pretty pricey, regardless of where you eat and stay. Most restaurants (including those at the Hyatt) list prices in Cayman Island dollars. This means you must add 25% to get the US$ equivalent. Also, they usually bundle in an additional 15% for tips. We bought our first two frozen drinks for the hefty price of $22 and quickly learned after that!!
All in all, the Hyatt was a great place to stay. We really enjoyed it and I would recommend it to anyone!!
Stay at the hyatt
We just came home from a vacation at the Hyatt and it was fabulous. The walk to the beach was not as bad as some make it out to be. The property was beautiful, the service was great, and the water sports were nice, the food and shopping were #1. Don't make a mistake and stay somewhere else.
Most of the rooms are not on the beach side, requiring a tedious walk on an overstreet walkway. Rooms are small and a bit shopworn. They try to sell you lots of stuff in the room, such as the coffee packet to use in the provided coffee maker (for about $7 US).
The suites on the beach side are much nicer if you can afford: we upgraded for $100 extra/night(negotiated on front desk) and got a significantly nicer accomodation.
I'd check out the Westin before going to the Hyatt again.
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... back on board we took another trip to the hot tub in the Movie Under the Stars and watched the sun go down in there whilst watching Il Divo in concert. Not my sort of group but actually very good and certainly relaxing. Then off for dinner and now back in the cabin for the night. Clocks go back 1 hour here tonight so we will be 6 hours behind until Friday I guess. We are now full steam ahead heading for The Isle of Roatan if ...
... with a beach, where we waded knee deep amongst some starfish that were on the ocean floor. We were able to handle one too, which had a harder surface than I'd expected. The island itself was quite isolated and scenic too. After that we headed to Stingray City.
All I can say is...thank God we went with this tour company! When we arrived, there was only one other boat there. Our boat of 20 looked a lot more inviting than their boat of about 50! The water the stingrays were in ...
... 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 ...
... open to the public and quite wonderful. One must walk about two miles along city streets before access to the beach is available (you can take a taxi, of course) but once you’re on it, it is wonderful.
Rains came and went and I went and came back. I’m guessing I did about fifteen miles today, eleven of that on sand broken up by one stop for a $6.50 Red Stripe at the Tiki Hut and another stop for a salad and margarita at Calico Jack’s. Mostly deserted ...
... what looked like rain, maybe in Georgetown, at one point, but by the time we got back to our hotel, there wasn't any rain. Oh, Mandy also pointed out a water spout that was forming. I took some photos and marked one, but it looks kind of lame, even zoomed in.
We got back around 5 pm, showered and waited a bit before going out for our last dinner here. Boo hoo. We did waffle a bit on where to go but eventually decided on Cimboco, ...