Go To MetroGuide.NetworkMetroGuide.Community Home Page
Cayman Islands Hotels - Homepage

Cayman Islands Hotels

user contentHotel Posts

“Affordable and Unique Island Escape”“Nestled in the charming district of Bodden Town, amongst a lush tropical oasis of fruit t
Posted by: The Retreat at Lookout

“Cayman Sunset at Coconut Bay”“As a recently built three-story townhouse-style condo with amazing unobstructed views of
Posted by: Cayman Sunset at Coconut Bay

“Raising The Bar”“Newest hotel on Cayman Brac that has raised the bar for accommodations & dining in Cayman
Posted by: The Alexander Hotel

Hotels may post descriptions here without charge.

user content

Reader Reviews

“Our Home Away From Home”Debbie , Myrtle Beach - “Three of my family members own timeshare at Coral Sands.
Said about: Coral Sands Resort

“Quiet, Close To Town And Supermarket”Bill, Jekyll Island - “Small (12 Unit) time share. Units 1 and 12 are ocean fron
Said about: Coral Sands Resort

“My Wife's 60th Birthday!”Member, Venice - “My wife & I just returned from Cayman Island, stayed at # 1
Said about: Grapetree/Cocoplum Condos

Readers are welcome to share opinions.

(Try keywords "hotel with a pool")

Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Cayman Islands!

Discovered by accident in 1503, Christopher Columbus was on his fourth and final new world voyage and heading from Panama to Hispaniola, when steered off course by strong winds to sight Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. He named the two small islands -- so full of tortoises that they looked like rocks -- Las Tortugas (The Turtles). During the next 150 years, the islands including Grand Cayman went through several name changes, hosting various ships as sailors took on fresh water and stocked up on turtle meat. Buccaneers including Sir Francis Drake had noted large lizards and crocodiles on these islands during the 1500's to 1700's, and one name, Caymanas, came from a Carib word for crocodiles. Records indicate Cayman Brac and Little Cayman were settled before Grand Cayman, although these settlements didn't last long, thanks to Spanish pirates. In 1655, the islands came under British control when Oliver Cromwell's army captured Jamaica from the Spanish. The Caymans officially became a British territory with the 1670 signing of the Treaty of Madrid, when Spain gave Britain "all those lands, islands, colonies and places whatsoever situated in the West Indies." An 1802 census shows 933 islanders, with 545 as slaves. Old-timers still talk about the hurricane of 1932, killing 70 and washing many homes out to sea. Now island focus is on tourism, attracting well over a million visitors each year. More than 100 restaurants dot the Cayman Islands from elegant dining establishments to small diners. Along with conch, lobster and shrimp, Caymanian cuisine utilizes stewed turtle, oxtail, ackee and codfish. Dessert menus typically feature rum cake or cassava cake. Attractions include the Botanic Park, Mastic Trail, National Museum, Stingray City, and Turtle Farm, along with submarine excursions, cave exploration, shark feeding and Cardinal D's Park zoo. Water sports are big, from snorkeling, parasailing, jet skiing, sailing, and windsurfing to scuba diving amid undersea treasures. From comparative seclusion on Grand Cayman's east and north coasts to the busier Seven Mile Beach area, lodging options range from guest houses to fine hotels.

We have organized our listings of Cayman Islands' local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Cayman Islands area by selecting one of the links shown below.

HotelGuide Icon Browse Hotels by Location:

·Cayman Brac
Hotels located NE of Grand Cayman on Cayman Brac, an island great for hikers, bird watchers and those fond of tropical foliage.
·West Bay
Hotels located in the northwest portion of Grand Cayman Island.
·George Town
Hotels located near George Town, the capital city and commercial center of the Island. Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM) is also located in this area.
·Greater Grand Cayman
Hotel options located in surrounding areas of Grand Cayman Island such as Rum Point and East End.
·Western District
Hotel options located in the central western portion of Grand Cayman Island.
·Little Cayman
Hotel options located 15 miles NE of Cayman Brac on the island of Little Cayman. This island is noted for fine diving and great tarpon and bone fishing.

HotelGuide Icon Browse Hotels by Name:


You can return to the HotelGuide Cayman Islands home page at any time by pressing on the "HotelGuide" button in the left margin of the page.

Area Facts: The Cayman Islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus on his last trans-Atlantic journey, by accident when he was blown off course. The international dialing code for the Cayman Islands is 345.

MN logo© 1996-2016, MetroGuide.com All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions

To List Your Hotel with the Cayman Islands HotelGuide Service: Click Here.
To Contact HotelGuide: Click Here.

HotelGuide and HotelGuide Cayman Islands are service marks of MetroGuide.com, Inc. HotelGuide Network is a registered service mark of MetroGuide.com, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. MetroGuide.com, Inc. does not own or operate hotel properties.

Cayman Islands Hotels:
Our Readers'
3 Smile Favorites
Hotels by Feature