The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

Address: PO Box 30620, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on PO Box 30620, Seven Mile Beach, is near Boatswain's Beach, Captain Bryan's Sail and Snorkle Tours, Sunset House, and Santa Clara II (aka Nina II).
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          • Swimming pool
          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
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          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

          Reviewed by mattydiblasi

          Great Beach Hotel

          Reviewed Jan 8, 2015
          by (38 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Pool and beach were phenomenal. Restaurants in town were average.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Seven Mile Beach

          Cayman's terms

          A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 12, 2014

          32 photos

          ... s boat where we were given a brief safety talk and demonstration on how to use snorkelling equipment. We then headed out to our first snorkelling stop Coral Gardens. I haven't snorkelled before so I bought a waterproof camera on the ship for this day. The water wasn't overly deep so Ted and I didn't need life jackets. The snorkelling was really cool. Even though both of us swallowed half the ocean, it was awesome swimming among the colourful fish and stingrays. The crew actually had ...

          What's a Snuba?

          A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jun 29, 2014

          Today we booked a Snuba tour for 1:30. Think scuba, but the tank is floating on a small raft above you, and you are connected to your air supply by a 20 foot hose. We went into George Town early to have lunch before the Snuba. Unfortunately, the shops and restaurants were all closed because it was Sunday and no cruise ships were there. We picked up saltines and peanut butter and jellyfish from a convenience store and ate by the water in a restaurant ...

          Kissing a Stingray for Luck (Cayman Island Part I

          A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 02, 2014

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... touch.
          From about a hundred yards, we could see several boats already anchored circling the sand bar. Hundreds of people were already there and from a distance, the heads of bobbing people made it looked like a giant cauldron with floating peppers and veggies.
          Our guide carefully anchored our boat amongst the many others. Soon we finally disembarked from our boat. I was the second to disembark and enter the chest-high water, to interact with the stingrays. It ...

          Finally, a day underwater

          A travel blog entry by drmom on Apr 04, 2013

          17 photos

          ... day. At Chelonia we saw a sea turtle, making my day worthwhile. It was a young one, but let me get very close. The reef was healthy and this was a good dive site.

          Our second dive was at Oro Verde. This site has a sunken ship which has been subsequently torn apart and moved by hurricanes. Reportedly, the ship was carrying produce, but the captain was also smuggling drugs. When his crew found out they wanted a cut of ...

          Off to the Botanical Garden

          A travel blog entry by dmarek on Feb 04, 2013

          132 photos

          ... a more citrus type leaf than the ones I am familiar with. There was a floral colour (British spelling although I noticed the web pages spell it without the "u") garden with lots of bright flowers and shiny, bright leaves. One little lawn area had a few poinsettia bushes that had dozens of golden butterflies fluttering around the blooms. There was a palm alley and a woodland path. The woodland path was quite similar to the Mastic Trail but here the path was ...