The Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman, an exclusive oceanfront hotel, caters to those who seek an upscale level of relaxation on Seven Mile Beach. The Resort stretches over 144 acres from the Caribbean Sea to the North Sound. The Ritz spared no expense in developing its reputation as the best property on the island, from its stellar beachfront location, to a Greg Norman-designed golf course or full-service Silver Rain Spa, to dinner at Blue, the signature restaurant from Eric Ripert of New York’s Le Bernardin fame.
Let your imagination and sense of adventure wander in the Caribbean wonderland that is Seven Mile Beach on the island of Grand Cayman. That’s where you’ll discover The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman – an exclusive oceanfront hotel catering to those who seek a grander level of relaxation and luxury. Situated on 144 acres stretching sea-to sea from the Caribbean to the North Sound.
Rooms open to balconies. The 365 air-conditioned guestrooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman include laptop-compatible safes and minibars. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access. Televisions are equipped with DVD players and pay movies. Bathrooms offer separate bathtubs and showers, bathrobes, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Additional amenities include slippers and complimentary bottled water. Turndown service is offered nightly and housekeeping is available daily.
Sit back and relax on the beach with cabanas (surcharge), umbrellas, and sun loungers. Enjoy a summer holiday at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, where you can work on your swing at the golf course or spend a pampering afternoon at the full-service spa.
Guests can enjoy a meal at the onsite restaurant. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. Additional amenities at this 5-star resort include a children’s club, an outdoor pool, and a children’s pool. Guest parking is available for a surcharge.
Caribbean cuisine to rival the offerings of any world capital. It’s our pleasure. The world’s most respected seafood chef, Eric Ripert, brings his passion and talent for celebrating the essential character and nature of fish to The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman Islands restaurants. Prepare yourself for a culinary journey like no other from Ripert’s seafood creations to the island’s finest steaks to an opulent Sunday brunch, with an array of exceptional restaurants on Grand Cayman, The Ritz-Carlton raises indulgence to a new level.
Discover the Cayman Islands dining experiences that await your stay by clicking on the links below. Please see schedules for each restaurant below. If you have any questions, please call our Restaurant Reservations at (345) 815-6912 or email us.
Blue by Eric Ripert
Golf and Activities
The nine-hole Blue Tip golf course, exclusive to guests and Ritz resident owners, challenges players with eight holes on the water. Tennis instruction at the three clay and one grass tennis courts are designed by well-known tennis teacher Nick Bollettieri. A state-of-the art fitness center offers additional exercise opportunities.
Silver Rain, a La Prairie Spa, provides a brilliant and seductive world of well-being. Whatever is purest and rarest has been incorporated into this luxurious Grand Cayman spa resort’s products and services. The Silver Rain experience provides the healing waters Switzerland is renowned for through unique hydrotherapies. La Prairie’s own cellular anti-aging formulas replenish the face and body, while exclusive Silver Rain fragrances stimulate the senses as you move throughout this breathtaking Cayman Islands spa.
Treatments culled from many cultures indulge body and spirit, as the skin science of La Prairie’s Swiss Heritage meets the sensual delights of the tropics.
Hidden away in the western Caribbean Sea, 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica, The Ritz-Carlton Cayman Island resort is located on an archipelago of three picturesque islands – Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and the more prominent and decidedly larger Grand Cayman.
First sighted by famed explorer Christopher Columbus on his final voyage to the New World in 1503, The Cayman Islands are named for the Spanish term from crocodile – caiman. Today, the Cayman Islands are still the ultimate destination for the adventurer at heart. Boasting famous Seven Mile Beach, crystal clear Caribbean waters and a near endless variety of marine life, resorts in the Cayman Islands are a tropical paradise for divers, snorkelers, fishermen and water sports enthusiasts alike.
Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman
Address: W Bay Rd, Cayman Islands