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Villa in Rum Point
Sun Salutations
Greet each perfectly warm day with a smile at Sun Salutations. Spacious and elegant, this sleek Grand Cayman vacation rental is set right on one of the white-sand, palm-fringed beaches for which the Cayman Islands are known. Make a sunny getaway to this six-bedroom luxury property with up to eighteen friends, or comfortably host a group of extended family. The white sand and turquoise waters are perhaps best appreciated from outdoor living areas with an infinity pool, rows of loungers in the sun, shaded living and dining areas, and an outdoor kitchen with a grill. Or maybe you’ll want to get out and explore the bay with the provided kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. The stunning views continue inside Sun Salutations thanks to a wall of sliding glass doors, which frame the beach vista and allow you to open the indoor great room to the outdoor living areas. An open-plan concept links the dining area, living area and a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar and a breakfast nook. Polished concrete floors and clean-lined furnishings in tones of white and espresso let the surroundings steal the focus. The villa has four bedrooms with king beds, private en-suite bathrooms and ocean views, including the master suite. The other two bedrooms have two twin beds and two twin bunk beds, respectively, and share a hall bathroom, making them ideal for the younger set. The hardest part of your holiday may be deciding which beach to visit each day. Swim just off the shore right in front of the villa, walk to family-friendly Cayman Kai Beach or take a honeymoon-style stroll to Rum Point Beach for a sunset cocktail. The property is also within walking distance of water activities from wave running to jet skiing, plus great local coffee shops, restaurants and laid-back bars. _ Please note that this region may be affected by shifting seasonal currents and weather patterns causing an influx of seaweed at the beach. _ Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary:  King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Walk-in closet, Safe, Desk, Television, Sound system, Direct access to balcony with Ocean view • Bedroom 2:  King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Walk-in closet, Safe, Television, Sound system, Direct access to balcony with Ocean view • Bedroom 3:  King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television, Ocean view • Bedroom 4:  King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television, Direct access to balcony with Ocean view • Bunkroom 5:   2 Twin size bunkbeds, Shared access to hall bathroom, Shower/bathtub combo, Lounge area, Television, Video game console, Ocean view • Bedroom 6:  2 Twin size beds, Shared access to hall bathroom, Shower/bathtub combo, Television, Sound system FEATURES & AMENITIES • Wine cooler • Watersport activity equipment • Shaded gazebo • More under “What this place offers” below Included: • Ground & pool maintenance • One mid-stay housekeeping service • Pack-n-plays, booster seats & audio baby monitors  • More under “What this place offers” below Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Laundry service • Activities & excursions • Airport arrival fast-track VIP entry • More under “Add-on services” below
₹4,66,162 per night
Villa in George Town
Seafire Residence S301
Snorkel off Seven Mile Beach, experience the finest spa in the Caribbean, and return to this serene, ocean-view suite at Kimpton Seafire Resort. Named for the fiery glow of the sunset off Grand Cayman's west coast, this lifestyle resort has been ranked among the region's best, with a wide array of sport, wellness, and dining offerings. The suite itself enjoys panoramic ocean views and features everything you need for a rejuvenating escape. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, Safe, Private terrace, Ocean View • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Private terrace • Bedroom 3: 2 Twin over queen size bunk beds, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television FEATURES & AMENITIES • Wine fridge • More under “What this place offers” below OUTDOOR FEATURES • Outdoor living area • Valet or underground parking STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Dedicated concierge Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • 24/7 In-room dining SHARED ACCESS TO AMENITIES AT KIMPTON SEAFIRE RESORT (some amenities may require advance notice and/or extra costs) Included: • 24/7 Resort security • Rooftop terrace • Common barbecue and outdoor kitchen • Beachfront access • Sun loungers • 2 Swimming pools • Non-motorized water toy use including kayaks, SUP, water tricycle, floating rafts and sail boat • Snorkelling equipment • Access to public multi-use seaside trail  • Fitness Center • Daily fitness classes: beach yoga, Boxfit, paddle board yoga and Beachfit • Bicycles • Morning coffee social hour and hosted evening wine reception in Hotel lobby • Complimentary dining for children under 5 in main restaurant or beach restaurant At extra cost: • Camp Seafire kids program • Access to luxury Seafire Spa  • Pool Cabana rental of three different types • Ave Restaurant • Avecita Restaurant • Coccoloba Restaurant
₹1,74,717 per night
Apartment in George Town
Fin #28 – Modern Oceanfront Condo
Featuring modern, contemporary designs, this serviced condominium is perfect for families or groups wanting to be on the oceanfront but away from the crowds. Guests will enjoy beautiful interiors, hotel-style amenities and in-house concierge services, so you don't have to lift a finger on vacation. The FIN concierge team will handle all your needs, including car hire via our TESLA rental program, speed boat rentals, airport pick up and drop off and maid and babysitting services.
₹59,030 per night

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All about Grand Cayman

Planning a Cayman Islands vacation? We’re here to help!

Think of the Cayman Islands and what comes to mind? Sun, sea, and sand, obviously. Cruise ships sailing in and out, perhaps. Or Tom Cruise in a motorboat on glamorous location for the movie The Firm – referencing the islands’ reputation as a titan of offshore banking. Sure, there are lots of banks, although you’re not here to see those. You should definitely see Seven Mile Beach, the name handily referencing its impressive length, which is entirely public access and can be walked from one end to the other if you’re so inclined. Most people just pick a spot and settle for a day of sun and surf – the coconut-fringed, powder-soft stretch is often listed as one of the best in the Caribbean and even when those cruise ships are in town (no, not Tom’s) there’s enough space on the sand that it never really feels crowded. But there’s more to these Caribbean coral isles. The British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands is made up of three ‘sister’ islands – Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. Most places to stay are located on the largest, Grand Cayman, along with that lengthy beach and the capital, George Town, but there’s plenty to explore on the smaller Caymans, especially for lovers of nature both terrestrial and aquatic.


Seawalls and shipwrecks

If you love to strap an oxygen tank to your back and get up close and personal with underwater creatures, this is the place for you. The Cayman Islands are surrounded by a wealth of reefs, making them one of the best diving destinations in the Caribbean. Many of the top sites lie only minutes from shore, so you’ve got incredibly easy access to crenelated coral formations, caverns, grottos, tunnels, wrecks, and steep walls, all with excellent visibility.

Little Cayman may be the smallest of the three sister islands, but what it lacks in land mass it more than makes up for in watery wonders. There is excellent diving to be had in the incredibly clear turquoise waters, with more than 50 dive sites around the island, some descending down to depths of 6,000 feet, others basking in the shallows at 20. Bloody Bay Marine Reserve, named after a long-ago battle between Caribbean pirates and the British, lies just offshore and is a favorite of both experienced and beginner divers. The star site is Bloody Bay Wall, where the reef gives way to a drop that plummets to more than 5,000 feet. Fantastic visibility that averages at around 100 feet means it’s easy to spot the local stingrays, turtles, and sharks going about their daily business.

Cayman Brac, the island furthest from Grand Cayman, is also worth the short plane journey or somewhat lengthier boat trip. The Captain Keith Tibbetts wreck is one of the most famous wrecks in the world, being the only diveable Russian warship anywhere in the Western hemisphere. The 330-foot-long former Russian missile frigate was bought by the Cayman Islands government and scuttled in the mid-1990s to create an artificial reef. It’s now home to an array of marine creatures including groupers, scorpionfish, stingrays, barracuda, red soldierfish, angelfish and green moray eels, who meander nonchalantly past two giant cannons that make for excellent photo opportunities.

Walking in nature

If you’re happier with your feet planted on solid ground, there’s still plenty of opportunity to meet the Caribbean wildlife here. Managed by the National Trust for the Cayman Islands, The Mastic Reserve on Grand Cayman is designed to protect an area of dry subtropical forest that’s typical to the Caribbean but endangered by deforestation in many areas. Within the reserve, the Mastic Trail is a centuries-old gravel path that was abandoned when the island’s roads were developed but that has been reclaimed and repaired to provide a two-mile hike through forest, palms and mangrove wetlands. Lace up your sturdy shoes and slap on some mosquito repellent before heading out to spot wild orchids, birds, and small animals such as lizards, frogs, and hermit crabs. The National Trust runs guided tours that take two to three hours, or you can pick up a map to hike the trail on your own for free.

A five-minute drive away you’ll find another National Trust highlight, the Grand Cayman Queen Elizabeth II Royal Botanic Park. Opened by the British queen in 1994, it’s a gorgeous place for a stroll, through flower gardens and past lily-smothered ponds with butterflies fluttering by as they launch themselves from their perches on the park’s many orchids – it’s home to four orchid species that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet, including Cayman’s national flower, the wild banana orchid. The QEII Park is also working to protect the endangered blue iguana, and if you’re lucky you’ll bump into one basking in the Caribbean sun or enjoying a promenade around the park. To up your chances of meeting a ‘blue dragon’, sign up for one of the park’s guided tours.

Experience the luxury of our villas in the Cayman Islands

Whether you’re keen to sample the resort delights of Seven Mile Beach or take it easy in laidback Rum Point, Bodden Town or East End, we have plenty of Grand Cayman luxury villas to choose from. Our Grand Cayman beachfront rentals range from boutique hotel spaces with access to facilities such as a fitness room and scuba equipment to villas with spectacular sea views, lush gardens, and private pools. Stake out your spot on a poolside lounger or hammock under the palms, rum punch to hand, and while away a lazy day with a book before firing up the grill as the sun sets for a spicy feast of seasoned snapper and a late-night dip in the bubbling hot tub.

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