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All Inclusive/Adult Only/Smaller Resort

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All Inclusive/Adult Only/Smaller Resort

Hi there

Can anyone recommend an All inclusive (if it exists) resort, preferably adults only and not too big (we prefer quieter, more romantic resorts) in The Cayman Islands please.

We ususalyy go to the M<aldives, but are branching out this year

Many thanks

John And Candice Stebbing

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1. Re: All Inclusive/Adult Only/Smaller Resort

Sorry, that resort does not exist in the Cayman Islands. There are a few all inclusive options, but no adults only options.

You could rent a private villa, however,

Edited: 21 September 2011, 14:03
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2. Re: All Inclusive/Adult Only/Smaller Resort

Nothing exists that meets all your criteria, some to consider that come closest:

Not adults only, but the Little Cayman Beach Resort is a small, dive focused meal inclusive resort that sees few children.


On Grand Cayman, Cotton Tree is a small boutique hotel that, while not an AI or adults only, may be worth a look.


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3. Re: All Inclusive/Adult Only/Smaller Resort

As the previous posters said, it is almost impossible to meet your requirements in Grand Cayman. However, Antigua and Jamaica have quite a lot of options that might better suit you needs. But, personally, I would still choose the Caymans over either of the others. As Testudo said, Little Cayman will be really close to what your looking for.

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