Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences Announced

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Hyatt announced they’ll be opening their newest hotel in the Caribbean. The Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences will be located on Seven Mile beach and feature 351 guest rooms, suites, and residences, with plans to open in 2020.

a resort with a pool and a beach

As a Hyatt Globalist and a big fan of beach resorts, I’m excited to hear that they’re opening a Grand Hyatt in Grand Cayman as I’ve recently stayed at several of their new properties throughout the the Caribbean including the Park Hyatt St. Kitts, Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau and the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen.

Per Hyatt,

Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences will offer 351 guestrooms, studio suites, and, one, two, and three-bedroom layouts along a seafront eco-walk that will celebrate the diverse ecology of Grand Cayman. Additional amenities include six distinct food and beverage venues, a 9,000 square feet destination spa and fitness center, three swimming pools, retail shops, kids club, and a state of the art screening room. The resort is planned to have 25,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event space, which will make it the largest function space in the Cayman Islands. An affiliate of Pageant Beach Hotel Ltd. will offer a rental program for the residences that will allow participating owners, when not occupying their residences, to have Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman rent their residences to hotel guests.

Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences will be located on a premium 7.1-acre site on Seven Mile Beach, an award-winning destination that is recognized as the focal point for tourists and local community activities. Situated along the southern end of West Bay Road, the hotel and residences will be located less than one mile away from George Town’s city center and only 10 minutes from Owen Roberts International Airport.

Check out our other Hyatt Caribbean hotel reviews:

Hotel Review: Park Hyatt St. Kitts

a pool with a wooden structure and a beach in the background

Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau

a large white building with many balconies

Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen

a building with a garden and trees

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  1. While I’m all for more options in Cayman, this is far from an optimal location for a beach resort. As depicted in the rendering, the majority of the shoreline will not be beach, but rock. The small beach area that it will have will not be optimal for swimming due to a rocky bottom. Long story short, folks wanting to experience Seven Mile Beach at its best are going to have to go off campus or stay elsewhere. If you want to have a look at the site, it’s the area immediately to the north of The Wharf Restaurant and Bar.

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