Four-Night Grand Cayman Vacation
**This trip includes:
- Round-trip airfare from MIA
- Four nights in an island view room at Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa
Additional getaways are available for an additional fee.
4.5-Star Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa
Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach is one of the most famous stretches of real estate in the Caribbean. Recently, U.S. News and Travel named it one of the best beaches in the world for its soft coral sand and unparalleled snorkeling opportunities. Smack dab in the middle of this crescent-shaped shore stands the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa. A multimillion-dollar renovation was completed at this 4.5-star luxury resort in early 2013, adding updates to the guest rooms, the largest freshwater pool on the island, and a full-service spa named one of the top 25 in the Atlantic and Caribbean region by Conde Nast Traveler.
Guests can rent paddleboats and waverunners at the beachside watersports center, or go scuba diving with stingrays in the Caribbean Sea. The staff organizes various excursions throughout the week, such as catamaran trips and three-course dinner cruises. You’ll find plenty of places to unwind here as well. Surrounded by lounge chairs and tropical gardens, the swimming pool features a swim-up bar and a pair of bubbling hot tubs. You can enjoy relaxing organic treatments such as a chamomile-infused facial at the hotel’s Hibiscus Spa, a 7,000-square-foot facility with whirlpools and luxurious vichy showers.
The resort houses six dining venues, ranging from a casual coffee shop to a AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Overlooking Seven Mile Beach, Casa Havana features a seafood-centric menu organized by coast—savor vanilla roasted scallops from the Caribbean, or tender tuna crudo from the Atlantic. The mixologists at Tortuga Beach Grill & Bar, meanwhile, serve up a range of tropical cocktails. At the end of the night, you can head back to your island view room and settle into one of the Westin’s signature Heavenly beds.
Grand Cayman: Caribbean Paradise with World-Renowned Snorkeling and Blue Iguanas
The largest of the three Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman lies south of Miami in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Its pristine shoreline, which includes world-famous Seven Mile Beach, boasts warm turquoise waters filled with spectacular coral reefs. Visitors flock to snorkeling sites to check out an abundance of tropical marine life, including angelfish, tarpon, and barracuda. At Stingray City—one of Grand Cayman’s must-see attractions—you can swim alongside schools of friendly stingrays. Other underwater draws: Eden Rock in the Georgetown harbor and the wreck of the Cali, a sunken schooner that lies in about 20 feet of water.
The island has a wonderfully laidback vibe, best enjoyed with a rum punch from one of the scores of casual seafood restaurants. On the eastern side of the island, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park abounds with indigenous flora, including a host of gorgeous orchids. The island’s native blue iguanas can also be found here. Just down the road, you can hike the 200-year-old Mastic Trail, which winds through mangrove wetlands and stands of silver thatch palms.
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