Situated in the center of the exclusive Seven Mile Beach, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is a 144-acre, 365 guest room and suite haven just waiting to be explored. A 9-hole golf course designed by the Shark himself, Greg Norman, the first La Prairie Spa in the Caribbean, a a tennis center designed by Nick Bollettieri and five world-class restaurants including two by Eric Ripert of New York's famous Le Bernardin all combine to set new standards of luxury in the Caribbean and beyond.
Beachfront, Children's Activities, Concierge, Conference Rooms, Business Center, Fitness Center/Health Club, Gift Shop, 9-Hole Golf Course (Opening June 1, 2006), Ice Machines, Internet Service, Laundry Service, Meeting Room, Parking Facility, Two Pools, Poolside Beverage Service, Poolside Grill, Poolside Meal Service, Whirlpool/Jacuzzi, Restaurants, Safe Deposit Boxes (In-Room), Spa, Sundries Shop, Tennis Court, Tennis Instructor, Beach and Pool Umbrellas, Valet Service, Watersports (Non-Motorized), Wedding Site, Wedding Coordinator.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include private terraces and two Ritz-Carlton signature robes, fully stocked refreshment cabinet, sitting area, cable TV w/ pay-per-view movie channels, clock-radio, digital in-room safe, three direct-dial telephones, individually controlled air conditioning and ceiling fan, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, umbrella and large marble bathroom with dressing area.
Maximum Occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. During holidays, the maximum occupancy is 3 guests per room.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Resortview - One king bed and one twin loveseat sofa sleeper or two queen beds. Guestroom with 75 square feet of private terrace offering views of the waterway which flows into the North Sound. 480 sq ft.
Gardenview - One king bed and one twin loveseat sofa sleeper or two queen beds. Guestroom with 75 square feet of private terrace offering views of the waterway which flows into the North Sound. 480 sq ft.
Oceanfront - One king bed and one twin loveseat sofa sleeper or two queen beds. Guestroom with 75 square feet of private terrace offering ocean views. 480 sq ft.
Blue Tip Club Suite - Suite with two 75 square feet terraces, one and one half baths and parlor with French doors separating the bedroom with waterway and/or golf views. 960 sq ft.
Club Resortview - One king bed with a twin loveseat sofa sleeper or two queen beds. Located in the Ritz-Carlton Club, with private access, club guests enjoy the services of a personal concierge and all exclusive Club Lounge--accessible by elevator key only, with five complimentary food presentations daily. This is a guestroom with private terrace offering views of the Waterway which flows into the North Sound.
Club Oceanfront - One king bed with a twin loveseat sofa sleeper or two queen beds. Located in the Ritz-Carlton Club. This is a guestroom with private terrace offering views of Seven Mile Beach and the Caribbean.
Harbour Suite - One king bed. Large, full parlor and bedroom, one and one-half marble bathrooms and resort views. 960 sq ft / 89 sq m.
Restaurants and Bars
The Ritz-Carlton offers the following restaurants:
Blue by Eric Ripert - Indisputably, Grand Cayman’s premier restaurant. Blue by Eric Ripert is where both guests and Caymanians come to be beguiled by true epicurean artistry in the grand tradition of Le Bernardin. Open Tuesday through Thursday: 6 to 9 p.m. and Friday through Saturday: 6 to 10 p.m.
Periwinkle - Whimsy and fun embody the essence of Periwinkle. With its breezy terrace and tranquil lagoon views, Periwinkle celebrates the pleasures of simply prepared seafood, homemade pasta, pizza, and quintessential Mediterranean freshness in this al fresco grill overlooking the resorts winding waterways. Enjoy nightly family friendly movies shown on the big screen under the starry sky. Open: Lunch & Dinner daily from 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Seven - Named for the famous beach right outside its door, Seven blends casual Ritz-Carlton elegance with a dash of Caribbean flair. Savor a delicious breakfast in the light filled dining room or on the terrace overlooking Seven Mile Beach and Caribbean Sea. In the evening, revel in the Caribbean’s ultimate steak experience. Open daily for Breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m., Dinner service from 6 to 10 p.m. and Sunday Brunch from 12 to 3 p.m.
Taikun - Taikun fuses the finest grade of sushi with authentic ingredients, sophisticated presentation and legendary Ritz-Carlton service. From traditional makis to the freshest sashimi to savory tempura rolls, Taikun delivers an experience worthy of its name, an ancient Japanese term of respect from which the English ‘tycoon’ was derived. One of the hallmarks of the Taikun experience is real wasabi grated tableside. The Taikun staff grates the rhizome against sharkskin in the traditional Asian fashion, ensuring the delicate wasabi root touches only organic materials. Open: Daily from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday & Saturday from 6 p.m. to midnight; Closed Tuesdays.
Silver Palm - Immerse yourself in Caribbean elegance in the lounge named for the Cayman Islands' national tree, the silver thatch palm. The lounge features soaring arched windows and a view of waterways and fairways punctuated with lush tropical blooms. Weekdays: 7:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 7:30 a.m. to 12 a.m. Afternoon Tea available Thursday through Sunday between 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations required for afternoon tea.
Bar Jack - Named for the silvery reef fish so plentiful offshore, Bar Jack is Cayman's best sunset vantage point, poised right at the widest stretch of Seven Mile Beach. During the day and into the evening, dine on Caribbean favorites from the Chef’s grill, then watch the sunset with a well deserved cocktail. Open daily: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Room service is also available.
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment introduces children to the natural wonders and rich cultural traditions of the Cayman Islands. The islands’ ecological resources are a natural classroom and living laboratory in which families embark on eco-adventures. Through exploration and active study, Ambassadors have meaningful experiences that imbue them with a deep appreciation and respect for nature as well as an understanding of how to live more environmentally responsibly back home.
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment offers 25 exciting three-hour programs each week. The Ambassadors Heritage House serves as an example of green building as well as a showcase of traditional Caymanian culture.