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Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman

Seven Mile Beach
Grand Cayman 
Nightly Rates: (USD$399.00 - USD$1,099.00)
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Hotel Description:

* 75 minutes from Miami * Situated on the world famous Seven Mile Beach and Britannia Golf Course * 5 minutes from George Town and Owen Roberts International Airport

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  10:00 AM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  5
Number of rooms:  53
Time zone:  EST


Hemingways By The Sea: Open daily for breakfast from 7-10:30am, lunch from 11:30am-2:30pm and dinner from 6-10pm. Now serves a separate Tapas menu as well. Newly renovated.
Bamboo Restaurant and Bar: open 5:30pm-1am Mon-Fri, 5:30pm-12(midnight) Sat. Closed on Sun. Reservations are not necessary. The Bamboo is Cayman's hotttest new spot! They offer a full Sushi bar and a variety of other delicious Asian appetizers.
Rum Point Wreck Bar: open 10am-6pm Daily.

Room Info:

Suites: Telephone

Meeting Facilities:

The Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman provides 9,645-square feet of meeting space:: * 2,160-square foot prefunction space * All meeting rooms located on the first floor * All meeting rooms have multiple phone and electrical outlets and controls for air conditioning, sound and 115/208V, 20-30-amp electricity

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(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

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        Location Description:
        Boutique Luxury Resort hotel with 53 newly renovated suites, all with Ocean Views. Each suite has 640 square feet of luxurious living space, kitchenette, separate bedroom from living area and a terrace overlooking the pools and ocean. The resort offers Britannia Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus 9, a European Beauty Spa, and Red Sail Sports.
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        Cayman Turtle FarmThe only green sea turtle farm of its kind in the world, and the most popular land-based tourist attraction in the Caymans. The islands once had a multitude of turtles (which is why Columbus called the islands "Las Tortugas"), but today these creatures ar

        Stingray CityA phenomenon hailed as one of the most rewarding experiences in the undersea world. Southern stingrays play the hosts in Cayman crystal waters. Snorkel or dive in 8-15 feet waters and experience the thrilling sight and touch of these extraordinary creatur

        Atlantis SubmarineExplore Caymans Natural Marine Parks without ever getting wet. Climb aboard the advanced technology of Atlantis Submarine. The Sub can seat 48 passengers and 3 crew as it dives to 100 feet, where it glides along the dramatic Cayman reef wall. For the more

        Botanic Park1 mile display of Caymanian landscape. A variety of exoctic flora and fauna grace the tangled woods. The park is also home to many species of native wildlife. A scenic 25 minute drive from George Town, open 7 days a week, 7:30 AM to dusk.

        Cardinal D's ParkBird Sanctuary and natural gardens. There are over 60 species of exoctic birds, native animals and petting zoo. Located only 5 minutes from the Hyatt or from George Town. Open daily 12:00 Noon to 6:00PM. Guided tours available.

        Treasury Discovery Centre & MuseumWide assortment of exhibits relating to Columbus, sunken treasure and the "lore 'n legends" of pirates. West Bay Road; 7-5033.

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