Travel Reference
In-Depth Information
Where to Stay
Prices listed are for a standard room for one night during high sea-
son (expect prices to be as much as 40% lower during the low sea-
son). The price scale refers to US $.
$ .......................Under $100
$$ .......................$100-$200
$$$.......................Over $200
Hotels & Resorts
Cayman Diving Lodge , East End,
800-TLC-DIVE, 345-947-
7555, fax 345-947-7560,, $$-$$$. Lo-
cated 35 minutes east of George Town, this all-inclusive diving
lodge is dedicated to enthusiasts, those whose vacation will focus
on what lies beneath the waters. The lodge includes 11 guest rooms with
air conditioning, as well as a restaurant, bar, and gift shop. Two dive boats
run to offshore wall dives and caves. The resort also offers a unique shark
dive (see page 139).
Cayman Kai Resort , Cayman Kai, just south of Rum Point,
9055, fax 345-947-9102, $$. Cayman Kai is in one of the island's most ele-
gant, secluded areas. Just a short drive from Rum Point, it's also fairly
close to the action if you prefer things to be a little busy. The 20 guest rooms
at this small resort include air conditioning, ceiling fans, TV, kitchenettes,
and screened patios. The resort has a beach bar, dive shop, and tennis.
Morritt ' s Tortuga Club , East End,
800-447-0309, 345-947-7449, fax
947-7299,, $$. A favorite with divers and windsurfers,
this East End resort is set right on the beach. Amenities include air condi-
tioning, ceiling fans, phones, TV, kitchenettes, pool, Jacuzzi, restaurant,
bar, dive shop, scuba trips, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, fishing, and
more. Recently completed is Morritt's Grand Resort, a timeshare property
adjacent to the existing resort (see Condos & Villas , below).
North Side Surf Inn , North Side,
345-947-1431, fax 345-947-0704,, $. Located about halfway between Rum Point
and the intersection of Frank Sound Road on the North Side, this small inn
offers 10 guest rooms right on the beach. All rooms have air conditioning;
dive packages are also available. One special attraction of this small inn is
the Red Ginger restaurant; its cuisine brings many visitors, both locals
and travelers alike, out from George Town and Seven Mile Beach (see page
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