teractive.com/tarquynn/index.html, $$$. This 20-unit complex is located
on the north end of Seven Mile Beach. Targeting families as well as couples
and singles, the condominium complex is right on the beach. All units in-
clude a full kitchen, air conditioning, cable TV, ceiling fan, and safe. Two-
bedroom units have one bath, while three-bedroom units have two. Guests
have use of a game room, beach, and freshwater pool.
Villas of the Galleon , West Bay Road,
800-328-0025 or 800-327-7777,
345-945-4433, fax 345-945-4705, www.villasofthegalleon.com, $$ (two to
six guests). Within walking distance of Seven Mile Beach hotspots, this 74-
unit complex is popular for its well-furnished units. Rooms include air con-
ditioning, telephone, TV, kitchen, laundry facilities, and maid services.
Where to Eat
The Cayman Islands offer a wide variety of dining options, espe-
cially on Grand Cayman, where visitors can opt for anything from
a three-course gourmet meal to fast food. Typically, vacationers at
Seven Mile Beach should expect to pay about US $45-$90 per person for a
three-course meal with wine in one of the island's finest restaurants;
about US $10-$20 for a casual lunch or dinner. Fast food lunches or snacks
can be obtained for about US $5-$10 per person.
DINING PRICE SCALE
The scale below indicates the approximate cost of a meal for one
person, including drink and gratuity. The price scale refers to US $.
$..................Under $15 per person
$$...................$15-$30 per person
$$$..................$31-$40 per person
Lone Star Bar , West Bay Road near Hyatt Regency,
$$. This bar, next to the Hyatt Regency entrance, was named one of the
“World's Top 100 Bars” by Newsweek magazine. The atmosphere is rollick-
ing and fun, a mix of both locals and vacationers who come to enjoy a drink
and some conversation in this T-shirt decorated bar. Every inch of avail-
able space seems to be occupied by the donated T-shirts as well as auto-
graphed memorabilia. The Lone Star is often patronized by visiting
celebrities. The adjoining restaurant, decorated as a 50s diner, features an
All-You-Can-Eat Fajita Rita night on Monday and Thursday, a Cayman
bargain. Take-out food is available, and there's also a kids' menu.