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When you leave a hotel and feel as if you are leaving your family that sums it up! The hotel opens its arms and makes you feel as if you are home. Thanks to Marina Patrashkova, going the extra mile, making sure everything was perfect....More
We have done the Caribbean extensively before, but this was our 1st visit to the Caymans, and we stayed 5 nights here at the Ritz.
We were greeted with delicious welcome drinks, and warm and considered introductions to the facilities. As 1st time visitors we...More
Loved every minute of the 7 days that I stayed at this resort! My husband and young children were also a part of this getaway and there was not a single complaint. From check-in to check-out, everything was flawless. Our room was in the ocean...More
My wife and i just spent 9 nights at the Grand Cayman Ritz. Very nice property and would stay there again. The beach was fantastic with great staff and some of the best lounge chairs we have experienced. there were also a nice group of...More
Stayed here for a business conference being held nearby, but had enough downtime to experience the social side of the resort. Tip - if you are driving yourself, the entrance is easy to miss! The hotel is really two resorts in one connected by a...More
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There is a resort fee. I think it's $75 daily. But it entitles you to use any of the equipment for water sports - paddle boards, snorkeling, even the catamarans, which we did. They'll even give you a lesson if you don't know... More
There is a resort fee. I think it's $75 daily. But it entitles you to use any of the equipment for water sports - paddle boards, snorkeling, even the catamarans, which we did. They'll even give you a lesson if you don't know how to sail. It's all included in the fee.