When going on vacation, travelers want to be transported somewhere—whether it be to an exotic destination, a luxury resort, or even just the beach. How about all three? When guests choose the Marriott Grand Cayman Resort, they receive “The Beach House Experience,” which welcomes them to relax, let go, and reconnect while enjoying the laid-back culture of the Cayman people and life. Set on the powdery white sands of the famous Seven Miles Beach, this luxury getaway evokes summertime nostalgia to recreate those unforgettable family vacations but with modern touches to help create new memories.
On the Beach
Unlike childhood memories, guests won’t need to pester their siblings into getting them drinks and snacks. At Marriot Grand Cayman Resort, beach and pool ambassadors help guests set up their umbrellas and sun lounger as well as serve snacks, cocktails, and fresh towels. And if the sun offers a little too much love to your skin, then the Sun Burn Relief Station close to the Towel Hut offers cold towels, freshly cut cucumber, aloe vera leaves, and other organic products to soothe the sun’s brutal touch.
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Only in Cayman
Fueled by the nostalgia of the 1950s and 1960s, Marriott Grand Cayman Resort provides Linus bike rentals, which are covered by the resort fee. These summertime favorites give guests the opportunity to explore the island’s tropical beauty, and since the hotel is close to George Town and its historic buildings, guests can easily pedal to The National Museum, The General Post Office, and the Cayman Central Library. Also nearby is the island’s shopping district, Camana Bay, reachable by bike. Take a picnic lunch, packed by the hotel, to enjoy on your island excursion.
Also unique to the island and the resort, The Sunset Ceremony is a ritual, an awe-inspiring moment of beauty and a twilight promise of possibilities. The resort celebrates this natural experience with beach bonfire nights, complete with furniture on the beach, cotton candy, and S’mores.
With more than 100 different nationalities on Grand Cayman, the chefs at the Marriott Grand Cayman Resort wanted to put out a spread that pays homage to the diversity that can be found on the island. Executive Chef Anthony Le Pape toured, experienced, and researched the latest flavors and trends, but ultimately, the inspiration for the resort’s culinary delights came from his grandmother and experimenting in his own kitchen. From the three-course Lobster Fete at Veranda to the handcrafted drinks at Apothecary Happy Hour, the resort serves gourmet and authentic dishes, sure to please all palates and tastes. Don’t miss the resort’s signature Boulangerie Brunch with bottomless glasses of De Chancency’s Cremant de Loire and an impressive spread of baked breads, cheeses, and more.
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Staying at the Beach House
All-new guestrooms at Marriott Grand Cayman Resort invoke that feeling of a beach house retreat with warm tropical hues, rich dark wood furnishings, and private balconies, some with views of Seven Mile Beach. Relax in your room or be revitalized at La Mer Spa with aromatherapy, phytotherapy, fruiterapy, and marine therapy.
So select Marriott Grand Cayman Resort and rediscover summertime nostalgia at this pampering beach retreat on Grand Cayman.
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