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Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort
Ranked #4 of 10 Hotels in Seven Mile Beach
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State College, Pennsylvania, USA
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Reviewed 20 April 2010

My wife had read a few negative reviews about this Marriott in the weeks leading up to our trip, so we were definitely starting to second-guess our choice before we ever got there. The common complaints were small pool, crowded beach and overpriced, mediocre food at their 4 restaurants.

After our 4-night stay, I can honestly say that none of our concerns were justified. The pool was much bigger than we expected, and was barely used by any of the guests any way. Mostly because the beach and sea water were so nice that you didn't even need a swimming pool. Crystal clear water, soft sand all the way out to the reef and bathwater-like temperatures made it easy to enjoy the beach.

There are a lot of chairs on the Marriott's beach, especially compared to the neighboring properties, but we never once felt crowded. We walked the beach one day up toward the Westin and Ritz (the two more expensive places my wife REALLY wanted to stay at), and didn't find their beaches to be much different at all. We were very happy with the Marriott's beach. Especially the man-made reef in front of Marriott. Great snorkeling,

As for the food, EVERYTHING on the island is expensive. We ate a few lunches at Sol Bar -- the food was good, plus it's water-front so you get great atmosphere as well. We ordered conservatively and still spent about US$40 for lunch. We ate the Red Parrot's breakfast every morning (only because it was included in our "Escape!" rate package) and their buffet was very good. Omelet station, pancakes/french toast, bacon/sausage, home fries, eggs to order, pastries, smoked salmon, you name it... if it hadn't been included, our bill was US$48 every morning, which was a bit absurd for breakfast. But as it was, we filled up every morning and it was comped at checkout.

To save a few bucks one night we ate dinner at the Triple Crown Irish Pub right across the street. I had read reviews and thought it would be a nice break from the "overpriced" hotel restaurants. Long story short, we each had a chicken salad and cup of soup (no alcohol) and our bill was US$49. Same food would have been $25 back in the states. Plus, we were the only non-locals for the 2 hours we were there. We felt out of place and wouldn't go back.

Coconut Joe's was good. Nothing fancy, plus there was a baby chicken begging for lettuce our entire meal. Good jerk chicken sandwiches. Lunch for two was US$30.

We had originally planned to eat at Copper Falls Steakhouse, mostly because of its high rating on tripadvisor. At the last minute we changed our mind and reserved a seat at Solana's (Marriott's fine dining restaurant) all you can eat lobster night. I hadn't read one good review about it (they do it every wednesday), so I really wasn't expecting much. It turned out to be the highlight of our trip.

"All you can eat" conjures up pictures of mass-produced miniature lobster tails and everything sitting around on hot-plates. Quite the contrary -- you order individually and each entree is chef-prepared. The tails were so GIGANTIC we took pictures of them and people back home were basically drooling on my computer monitor when we showed them. You could also order as much shrimp, sea bass, mahi-mahi and a few other lobster dishes (risotto, thermidor) as you wanted. Everything was delicious. The meal was a little pricey (US$142 for the two of us), but our waiter filled our "complimentary" wine glasses all night and our dessert was included, too. I was prepared to spend US$125 at copper falls for a lobster dinner, so all things considered, this was a much better deal and the food was absolutely amazing. Our waiter (Brendan) was as good as it gets, and unlike copper falls we could stare at the sea while we dined.

The hotel staff couldn't have been friendlier -- and housekeeping was very impressive. Very thorough cleaning twice every day, never a rush job. On our flight home, we couldn't think of one negative thing about this Marriott. We literally had a perfect trip and would definitely stay again.

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 April 2010

We really enjoyed our time here during Sept 2009. Fantastic service, and a decent price. We did the "One night Free" with 3 paid nights, which included breakfast. They branded this deal as "Sand dollar' last year.
There was no buffet, but they told us to order whatever we wanted for breakfast at the restaurant.
It was awesome, and it was free!
Some construction was going on, but they NEVER bothered us, and we never smelled paint or any issues at all.
Very quiet rooms, with refrigerators.
Snorkeling RIGHT off the beach is unbelieveable, like you are INSIDE a tropical tank.
Nice pool, really nice lobby.
We played chess in the lobby. Nice bar, but pricey(not any more than any airport or NYC)
Mosquitoes are OUT after dark, and we got bit by a few.(Not marriott’s fault)
Overall, we give this a 5 out of 5 for price, cleanliness, and overall excellence. Help is fantastic.
I believe that these staff REALLY care about the guests.
The only thing I could even consider complaining about is the towell service at the pool ends at 7 PM, which is really no big deal…..
We walked a couple of blocks north and bought some champagne and other spirits at a liquor store and took them back to the hotel.
Make sure and buy the Tortuga(SP?) Rum while on the island, as it is a good deal and excellent.
WE ARE GOING BACK.

  • Stayed September 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 April 2010

We just returned from a week in Grand Cayman and stayed at the Marriott GC Beach Resort. As I read mixed reviews the last month or so before leaving I was a bit concerned but our stay was very nice. Yes, it is a Marriott and we've sayed in several in Europe, Caribbean as well and the United States. This one proved to be very good overall. Our room was Courtyard and it was nice an quiet (we were the end room). When we arrived on Saturday at about 11:45 AM our room was ready so we were able to unpack in 30 minutes and be on the beach just after 12:15 so did not loose a day to relax. The beach was quite nice and we had no issues with chairs, towels, umbrellas that I've seen other reviews comment on. We were always able to get a chair cover, towels and an umbrella. We did not really use the pool as there were many families and the pool was noisy with lots of kids swimming. As noted by others this hotel is very kid friendly but I have to say that I saw that pretty much every place on the island.

The beach is fabulous! This was our 1st time to Grand Cayman and had always heard about 7 Mile Beach! It is something to see. I do like to walk and was able to get out one or two times each day for an hour or so. You could walk for miles ... it was nice to just be able to walk for as long as you'd like with your feet in the sand with the water splashing your ankles! As you walked up the beach past the Ritz and Westin ... those hotels also had lots of kids similar to the Marriott! They were all fairly similar ... and I had no complaint with Marriott's slimmer beachfront.

As far as service - again some complaints from several posts. We had no issues ... the front desk was always helpful and made dinner reservations for every night. We had no issues getting a cab to take us to the restaurants, the wait staff whether beach front for lunch, drinks (served to you on the beach) or for breakfast at the Red Parrot were all very good.

We used Red Sail for the Swimming with the Sting Rays and that proved to be a great trip! It was included in our rate for the week stay. We picked a great day to go ... weather was perfect and the sting rays didn't disappoint!

We used the buses to go to Turtle Farm and the Rum Cake factory one day as well as to go in and out of Georgetown twice to get some shopping done. It was efficient and a nice way to get around and talk to the local drivers. They would normally suggest a place for dinner or something to do. We were away to relax and didn't get over to the other end of the Island but enjoyed the entire SMB stretch!

We did have breakfast included in our rate which make it convenient each morning, but if you had to pay for breakfast it was pricey! (BUT everything is pricey in GC!!!). The buffet was ample and they had an omelet station or you could get eggs cooked fresh as well. My husband got omelets a couple of days and ordered fried eggs a couple of other days! The buffet had lots of options as well. There was always plenty of fresh fruit, yogurts, cereal and a wide array of baked goods. But again expensive if it's not included in your package. There are two great places across the street from Marriott for breakfast & lunch. We tried them both for lunch ... Coconut Joe's and Cimboco. The food is very good and much more reasonable than @ Marriott. For those without breakfast plan - Cimboco has a 5 for $5 breakfast that includes 2 eggs, bacon, home fried and break which looked like a good deal! Both have indoor or outdoor seating!

For dinners we went to Lobster Pot, Grand Old House, Reef Grill, The Wharf, Calypso Grill and Casanova. We actually went to Lobster Pot on our 1st and last nights ... there was just something about the venue (both nights we sat right at the open window and enjoyed the breeze and view). We liked all of these restaurants and most were a $10 cab ride each way from the Marriott (except Calypso Grill which is out on Morgan Harbor). We normally had fish of some type, shared an appetizer and dessert with a couple of glasses of wine. The food in general is expensive but the meals were very nice, service great and the views excellent! We were on vacation and enjoyed ourselves. There are plenty of less expensive places to choose from.

So while there seemed to be many compliants from recent reviews ... we really couldn't find anything to gripe about! We're pretty demanding travelers and want to get what we paid for and also feel like someone is waiting on us while we're away and Marriott and Grand Cayman didn't disappoint. It's an expensive island but it's safe and friendly which makes up for some of the cost. Even at night you'd see tourists walking along the road that stretches SMB. We walked back from the Reef Grill when we ate there which was nice after having a nice dinner. After dinner most nights we'd sit out on the terrace overlooking the beach and enjoy one final drink before heading up for the evening!

It was a nice and relaxing stay and would definitely go back!

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 April 2010

My husband and I booked this hotel on Marriott's website using points. We were traveling with 2 children, ages 5 and 7. Our confirmation printed out for 2 double bed guarantee. When I got an email "reminder" from Marriott a week before our departure, it listed our room as 2 double bed requested but NOT AVAILABLE! I was more than a little upset! After calling Marriott and being told there was nothing they could do, I then asked to speak to the person's supervisor and suddenly there was a room available with 2 double beds... Hmmmm... BUT this is all before the trip...

We traveled over spring break. We rented a car. The drive to the hotel was quick and easy. Our check in was smooth. We DID get a room with 2 doubles. (However, I talked with TWO families on the beach who booked double rooms only to end up with a king and a sofa and a roll-away. So please make sure BEFORE you go that this is arranged appropriately.

Our room was fantastic! Clean! Nice! We even had a view of the ocean on our balcony even though it wasn't considered an oceanview room. We did not hear our neighbors at all. The only complaint was there was very little water pressure in our shower and it took a LONG time to get the shampoo out of my daughter's long hair!

We talked to several people who did the all-inclusive plan. They said the food was so-so. We did not choose to use points on all-inclusive, but with our rental car, we enjoyed exploring the island and going out for supper at night. Copper Falls Steakhouse was our absolute favorite! Get the pecan crusted dijon chicken. It is AMAZING! Our cost for dinner for 3 adult meals (kids split one adult meal) was $88. So the prices at the hotel are WAY out of line. We brought a suitcase full of food from home including dry cereal, granola bars, peanut butter, and pringles. We only had to buy milk, OJ, and bread at the grocery store. We didn't purchase any meals at the hotel.

We had no issues with the pool being crowded, however, our kids wake up at the crack of dawn so we always were able to get a few chairs early. The beach is beautiful. The snorkeling is great. It was an awesome place to vacation. Yes, there were a lot of kids there, but it was spring break week! Honestly, if you want to vacation without kids playing around you, why would you go over spring break to a family resort? The beach was nice to walk on. I always felt safe. There were no people walking up to you trying to sell things like on other islands.

We booked an excursion with Captain Marvin to the Stingray City and 2 other snorkeling places. It was soooo much fun! There is a photographer that goes with your boat and you can buy your family's pics for $50 on a disk. Well worth it!

I would definitely go back to Grand Cayman and I would definitely stay at this Marriott. I would just be absolutely certain that I had 2 double beds before I left!

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 April 2010

We stayed at the Marriott for 5 nights before Easter. We arrived at the hotel about 12:30 PM and were expecting to have to wait for our room - we were pleasantly surprised that it was immediately available. The staff was friendly throughout, our room was thoroughly cleaned daily. No complaints. However, the descriptor "resort" is used very loosely here. I have been to Marriott resorts and this is a poor 'cousin.' The pool is very small with a limited number of lounge chairs. The beach is narrow in front of the hotel. The water is crystal clear Caribbean blue and the reason we were there in the first place. It did not disappoint. The Marriott food was mediocre at best. One of the best things is that it was easy to get to other restaurants. The Wharf, Eats Cafe, Coconut Joe's, Cimboco, and the Reef Grill are all recommended. We take 2 trips to the Caribbean per year. I'm glad we came to the Marriott Grand Cayman but I doubt if we will be back anytime in the near future.

  • Stayed March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 April 2010

Just got back from a 5 night stay at the Marriott. We used points for the room and purchased the all-inclusive with points also. So, we can start off by saying that this room and the meals cost us NOTHING. The all-inclusive portion covers all non-alcoholic beverages and some of the alcoholic stuff (margaritas, daiquaris, Cayman lemonade, and the like). If you're looking for Grey Goose in your drinks, you won't get that with the all-inclusive! The meals were 3 meals per day - breakfast, lunch, dinner. No snacks during the day, so plan your meal times wisely. A family of four (2 adults, a 12-year-old and 9-year old) can expect breakfast to be about $60, lunch about $100 and dinner to be upwards of $200. Most nights, our dinners were closer to $300 and one night topped off at $400+ (that's with one child eating off the kids menu and the other eating off the regular menu). Needless to say, everything I was told about food costs being high was true!

The food overall wasn't that bad. Have I had better? Sure. Have I had much worse? Oh yeah! If you put it in perspective, you have to remember that you're eating at a hotel on an island in the Caribbean. Tavern on the Green you're not at, so don't expect to get that level of gourmet food. We did the breakfast buffet everyday. They had some dry cereal, lots of fresh fruit, numerous types of breads & danish (all were very fresh), cook-to-order items like waffles & omlets, and all the usual buffet stuff like powdered scrambled eggs, pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage & home fries. The did have bagels, but the conditions there make for a strange bagel! For the most part, the dining room staff at breakfast was less than friendly. It seemed like more than half of the staff wanted to be anywhere else but in that location! Lunch we ate on the beach or pretty darn close to the beach. They had a club sandwich, fish sandwiches, burgers, salads. Those were not bad. The service outside was pretty good, although the wait staff does run around alot looking for the people who placed orders and then moved locations! Now, dinner was a different story. We ate at the Solana restaurant 4 nights. Our server, Robin, was fantastic! He recommended items every night, he made sure our drinks were filled when they were close to the bottem, he spoke with us & anyone else in his area like we were old friends. He remembered how we liked our drinks the night before and made sure it was the way we wanted it. It was like almost like your waiter/waitress on a cruise ship. He genuinely wanted to make our stay great and he was very good at it! The food at Solana was mostly seafood with some lamb, steak and a chicken dish thrown in. The portions were very large, everything was cooked and we never had to send anything back to the kitchen.

As for the hotel itself, it was pretty nice. We have stayed at other Marriotts in the Caribbean and I have to say, this was much nicer. We checked in early and were told that we were getting a room upgrade. Sadly, we were upgraded to the room that we booked, so I don't get what the upgrade was! I was a little disturbed because my husband stays in Marriott properties throughout the US & Caribbean 40 weeks a year, and the only upgrade he could get was the same room he booked? It really didn't make sense to me, but I was on vacation, so whatever. The front desk staff was very pleasant, as were the bellmen. We checked in and went to our room, a courtyard view double, which was clean and ready for us. There were plenty of towels and tons of shampoo, conditioner & soap. The drains in the bathroom all worked correctly, with no standing water in the sink or the bath! The shower curtain actually worked and the water stayed in the bath, as opposed to spraying out the sides all over the floor! The three negatives I had about the room were - the sliding glass doors are VERY difficult to open,the walls are paper thin & the mattresses were very uncomfortable! There were a few times when I was stuck out on the balcony because there was no way to get a grip on the door handle to open it! As for the walls, I could hear the people next door! I spent the better part of 90 minutes one night listening to the child nextdoor cry and the father try to get this kid to stop. I get that kids cry loudly, but I don't want to hear it like they're standing next to me! I could hear them opening the drawers on the furniture - that's how thin the walls are!

The pool is pretty small, so if you're not an ocean person and you want a pool seat, get outside by 7am with your towel! The beach is a good size and had plenty of lounge chairs, tables & umbrellas. They have staff out on the beach to handle your chair and umbrella needs. Please tip those guys! I saw alot of people ask for 3+ lounge chairs to be dragged across the beach and 2 umbrellas put up and they didn't tip! Even if you give them a couple of dollars, it's better than nothing! A couple of words about staying during Spring Break - there are alot of kids around and I'm guessing the parents vacationed somewhere else because most of those kids had no supervision at all! Those kids were smacking each other with pool floats, pushing each other into the pool, throwing buckets of water at each other and diving in the hot tub. If you're a parent taking kids on a trip, do the other vacationers a favor and watch your kids! You're vacationing from work, to parenthood!!! The towel situation was unusual. There are 2 kinds of towels - one that goes over the back of the lounge chair and the regular kind of towel. Around 2pm everyday, they would run out of towels. I would ask for new towels and be told to come back in 5-10 minutes, then see the same towel guy walk out and hand towels to people by the pool. I would then go back and ask for towels, only to be told that they were out, come back in 5-10 minutes. Maybe I was supposed to tip the guy who hands you a towel from behind a counter?

I would go back to this hotel in the future. My kids enjoyed it. My husband enjoyed it and I enjoyed it.

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled with family
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Bucks County, PA
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Reviewed 8 April 2010

Just returned from a brief two night stay prior to Easter weekend....and booked it using my Marriott Reward points back in November.
Plusses: They have done a nice job with this property especially the "public areas" inside. A small but nice bar. Two flat panel TV's you can eat and drink in front of. Complimentary (unsupervised kids will abuse it) use of three PC's in the reception area -- that's a nice touch other hotels don't offer ! Staff were very accommodating and polite.

Minus: Pool is small and beach is somewhat narrow as compared to properties further down 7-mile beach. You have to "claim" your lounge chairs early in the AM. It's a drag, but if you want to be pampered......you can shell out $ 700 to a Grand per night at the Ritz down the beach. Be my guest.

Still...this is our second stay at this Marriott in ten years. Had heard that it went a bit downhill for awhile.....not anymore. I would highly recommend it to families.....and would stay there again..

I read a lot of complaints about how expensive Gr Cayman is.....I suppose so. Be ready for it.....or stick with Ocean City, NJ or MD. It is what it is.... and the nice thing about the Marriott is you have affordable eating options close by.

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled with family
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Property: Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort
Address: 389 WestBay Road, Seven Mile Beach KY1-1202, Grand Cayman
Region: Caribbean > Cayman Islands > Grand Cayman > Seven Mile Beach
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#2 Business Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#3 Spa Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#3 Family Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#4 Luxury Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#4 Romantic Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Seven Mile Beach
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££££
Hotel Class:4 star — Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 295
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The all new Beach House at the Grand Cayman Marriott makes you feel right at home. All of our spacious 295 guest rooms have been completely refurbished. The main lobby "Anchor & Den" has transformed into a spacious, yet cozy place where you can connect, relax and spend time with family and friends. Experience enhanced culinary offerings at the new outdoor beach fish grill restaurant Veranda or have a drink at the Vista Bar. ... more   less 
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