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Wyndham Reef Resort
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Chicago, Illinois
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“Blah... not amazed”
Reviewed 2 February 2011

We were here for our 2nd wedding anniversary decided to stay at this resort since we had read good reviews for snorkeling. Unfortunately it rained during our stay and the water was very rough. Did try snorkeling but got pulled into the dock and the reef was pretty much covered in sand. huge shells and a couple of colorful fish but didn't really get to appreciate it. We were mainly at the pool by the lobby since it was cleaned early in the morning. There were not many people there.

Room: was clean and had access to the pool. believe their rooms are all ocean-view. They had a microwave and kitchen ware like plates glass cups, mugs spoons etc. Beds were comfortable. Tv was ok we only used to get updated with weather info.

Food & Beverages: We did get a complementary continental break feast for one day which was great. They had good oatmeal, fruit, pastries etc. The prices at the restaurant a la cart were sky rocking prices so we just went to the little mart across the street purchased t.g.i Fridays hot wings and other things that we were able to heat on the microwave provided in the room. We usually get the all inclusive package but it was too expensive here plus the waiter we had the 1st night we were there took for ever to take our order for drinks so we decided to just get a pizza vs the lobster tail and fillet minion. Drinks are pretty much 10us dollars. For the amount of money you pay here you can easily go to Jamaica all inclusive and don't have to worry about extra tabs. We understand that everything is imported but if they had better service people would not mind spending their money.

Location: This resort is away from everything its on the opposite side of the island literally. Its sort of disturbing to see that everything is on sale there are many signs of Realty State and abandoned properties.

Overall we were disappointed but tried to make the best out of it. Would we give a second chance... probably not. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

Stayed September 2010, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 6 February 2011
Very sorry to hear that the guest did not get great snorkelling while they were at theReef, particularly as that was their key reason for choosing the resort.

From their review though, it sounds like the seas were rough at the time. Though the conditions at theReef are normally terrific for snorkelling, some days the sea can get too rough to make snorkelling fun. The good news is that if the wind and sea conditions are rough at that part of the island, one doesn't have to go more than a few minutes drive North or South to get to another coastline where conditions are better. Of course this is most easily done if you have a rental car, but the concierge team can assist with this or with organised snorkel trips to other locations.

On the price comparison to Jamaica, it is very tough to make an even comparison to low cost all inclusive destinations like Jamaica or Dominican Republic, particularly as the all inclusive option at theReef allows guests to order anything they like off the menu for food and drinks, there is no extra charge for top shelf drinks etc.

With regard to real estate signs, it is an element of the Cayman real estate market that we've always had lots and lots of real estate signs, it seems to be the way of the realtors to put lots of signs up to promote themselves as much as the properties they are selling. It may give the impression that there is a fire sale going on, but the reverse is the case. Very few properties are for sale, but many have sale signs up there in case someone wants to offer them a high enough price to make them interested !
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Reviewed 30 January 2011

We have just returned yesterday. I read the reviews before we left and found them to be a mixed bag. We got a really great deal and wanted a quick getaway so off we went. I figured we couldn't go wrong with a hotel where each and every room faced the beach.

We had called the hotel and had them arrange our transport from the airport. That went smoothly. We arrived and were checked in quickly. They did not offer to bring our bags to the room and it was a long haul over to our room. They probably should have offered but then we didn't ask either. That is about the worst thing I have to say about the front desk personel. They were very courteous. They didn't always have the information that you needed but they would hook you up with a concierge that did. I don't think they were being remiss in their duties, I just think they are not armed with a whole lot of info.

We were in a studio room which was just as it was described. It was clean and right on the beach. Everything is very well taken care of and there is a flat screen T.V. and a sound system that will accept CD's and MP3's . We don't really go to the islands to watch T.V. so we couldn't care less about that but it is there if you want it. There is a microwave, bar sink, coffee maker and small fridge. That is all that we needed for the 5 days we would be there. If you were to be planning a longer stay you may want to move up to the one bedroom which has a full kitchen. We viewed the one bedroom and it was very nice. All the units have a balcony with chairs (and full size table in the larger units). We sat out every morning and evening and found it quite nice.

We had read some so so reviews regarding the food so we decided to start with lunch. We were pleasantly surprised! The seared tuna was excellent. We had 2 lunches and 2 dinners at the resort and we enjoyed every meal. They do not put on a "gourmet" presentation. However it is very nicely done, very tasty and always a generous portion. . We tend to eat a lot of fish and local fare and they did a great job with it. We were able to eat right on the beach, which we both loved. And I do mean right on the beach. We opted to go to the Barefoot man dinner and show one night. Again the meal was excellent. We enjoyed the show very much. Of course we used to listen to his music 20 years ago so it was a trip down memory lane for us. His voice is not what it once was but he is very entertaining and it made for a great evening. I would recommend it if you are over 40 (which we are) . Another gripe that we read about on various reviews was the breakfast. You get a free continental breakfast with your room. It was fine. Think, Holiday Inn Express. It is a nice little breakfast room with cereal, breads, pastries, fruit, juice and coffee. Walk up, serve yourself and get on your way. If you want a full breakfast you can order that and get $5 credit towards that instead of eating your free breakfast.

The concierges were available all day and they were extremely helpful. Although we had planned on going to Stingray city we decided to do it. They made everything very easy to sign up for. Nothing was a big production. There were about 20-25 people that were on our particular trip. We sailed with Red Sail on a beautiful catamarand. The snorkeling portion of the trip was just O.K. There was a big moray that is a resident under a rock where the snorkel trip takes place. Someone from another boat took it upon himself to drag the poor creature out and haul him around. He was quite docile about it but I didn't appreciate the guy molesting him. If I was the moray I'd have bit him.

The stingray encounter is fantastic. We are divers and have been diving with plenty of rays so we weren't really thinking it would be that big a deal. We were wrong. It is really a unique experience. If you don't do anything else in the Caymans, do this. It is well worth it. Be sure to bring your camera and take pictures from the boat and when you are in the water. I would suggest you go and get one of those disposable digital waterproof cameras because you will definitely want pix. They did have a photographer on board who was supposed to be snapping pix and then putting them up for you to see and order. She was not very good at her job unfortunately. Usually the photographer is snapping pix like mad and you end up buying one even if you weren't planning to. This one stayed in the water for all of about 10 min. and they went back on board. Very few pix were taken at all. I went back on board and got our camera and saw her up on deck. When I mentioned to her that I had been looking for her to take our pix she replied that she had asked while she was in the water and she didn't get any more takers so she got out. I don't think she will be making a lot of money in the business with that attitude. But we did get some good pictures with our own camera which I will post in a few days.

We hiked up the road about a mile and a half one day and found a little gift shop and a restaurant across from it by the name of Tukka. It was such a cute place we decided to come back for dinner that same night. They will pick you up at The Reef and drop you off when you are finished--no charge. It was a wonderful way to spend our last evening. The food was great and so was the service.

Overall we really enjoyed our time at the Reef. We normally love to do a lot of snorkeling and I would not say that the Reefs beach is the best place to do it. It is very rocky and you need to have beach shoes to walk out into the water. If you go down the beach a bit past the dock you can find easier places to get in the water. It is a shallow swim out to the reef but the water is pretty rough. I would not say dangerously rough, it is just that it is a windy island so it is always wavy. On the up side, you never get overly hot while laying in the sun as there is always a breeze. If you want a good place to snorkel I would head up to Rum Point which is about 10 min. away by car or cab.

While we were there, the owner, a 79 year old Cayman woman came in for dinner and a visit. She has written a couple of books and she did a book signing. She was a most delightful woman and we heard nothing but wonderful things about her. She is very active in the community and housed all of her employees at the resort after Hurricane Ivan ripped through the island leaving so many homeless. I guess I like the idea that the resort is run by someone of this caliber who is so concerned about the island and it's people.

The Reef Resort is a great place to kick back and unwind. We enjoyed lazy days and most evenings you can find some kind of entertainment. We particularly enjoyed Hi Tide, a two man band that puts out some nice sound. Most of the entertainment winds up around 10 p.m. That was fine with us as we tend to rise early in the islands. If you are looking for a party place then this would not be the place for you. The crowd is older and pretty mellow. We not only found The Reef and it's employees to be very nice but we found the Cayman people to be very hospitable. We have been to other islands where that is not always the case. All in all, I would say that Grand Cayman is a nice place to be.

  • Stayed January 2011, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 3 February 2011
Many thanks to this guest for their comprehensive review, which I am sure many future guests will find very useful.

One point that has come up before is assistance with bags to your suite when you check in. theReef does not have dedicated bellstaff to do this except at the busiest times, but they will arrange this for you if you ask.

The reason for this is that the majority of guests do rent cars and arrive by rental car. With the 152 suites being spread along the 1600 foot beach, it is typically far easier for them to be directed to the closest point to their room to which they then drive their car and take it from there. With only a small proportion of guests arriving by ground transportation (and do take this guest's advice and contact us in advance to help arrange this for you!), it is just tough to schedule staff specifically for this purpose.

Now, one other note. The lady owner of the resort they referred to was the Matriarch of the Thompson family, Ms Mary Thompson. A framed photograph of this lovely lady and her late husband, Mr Norberg Thompson, hangs behind the Front Desk and greets every new guest as they arrive at theReef.

What the guest was told about how theReef looked after their staff after Hurricane Ivan in 2004 is true, that and much more. theReef did indeed house many of their staff for some time after the storm, and also committed to keep all staff employed and on the payroll until they re-opened. Nobody was laid off if they came and offered to work, even if the work they did in a resort under renovation was far different than their normal work. The resort owners showed their loyalty to their staff, and this was reflected back by the staff. It was a remarkable time and numerous articles and blogs were written about how well theReef handled things.
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Wichita, Kansas
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Reviewed 23 January 2011

This vacation was a get away to beautiful sand and water--we were not impressed with the front dest staff--not service oriented at all nor the problems we experienced after our vacation after using a credit card to book our rooms. Our credit card info was compromised by the hotel staff and resulted in a great deal of stress and aggravation to resolve the issue. Our request for an explanation by hotel management has not been answered. If you use a credit card be very careful and understand your info can be compromised quite easity. You dont realize you are a victim until after you have left the beauty of the caymans. My recommendation is if you chose to travel and use a credit card at the reef- keep an eye on your statements after your vacation to quickly identify fraudulent transactions. Be cautious and hopefully this protects travelers to the reef.

Stayed November 2010, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 1 February 2011
The inference made by the reviewer that any staff at theReef could have compromised their credit card information is a serious one, so senior management have looked into this in some depth.

The following is the response on behalf of Doug Steeves, Senior Finance Manager, who has also been in touch directly with this guest :

It was of great concern to find that a guest feels the staff of the resort may have compromised someone’s credit card. We have spent time analyzing procedures and interviewing staff involved, coming to the conclusion that there is no evidence that the credit card was compromised by our staff.

We always ask for a guests credit card on check in. The credit card used at reservation is not passed to the front desk and as is the industry standard our system masks the credit card number so it cannot be accessed.

However, it is fair to say that nothing is foolproof, but in the eleven years the resort has been in operation this is the first such complaint. In addition, we canvassed various other hotels and other tourism businesses in Cayman in reviewing this complaint and found a similar situation, ie that such issues, whilst not unheard of, are very rare in the Cayman Islands.

We hope this gives some reassurance to other future guests.
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Reviewed 23 January 2011

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You need beach shoes to go in the water. There is noe sandy beach. Be aware that some of the hotel photos were shot w/ a wide angle lens . The rock lined pool is very small. The food is good , and the wait staff is great. The front desk staff is mediore and not customer service orientated . The rooms are "holiday inn " caliber - neat ,clean .etc.The location is out of way .They suggest the quiet sided of the island. However , there is not anmother resturant within a 20 minute walk. Get a car , a 25 minute round trip cab ride to Rum Point was $90 US. Very windy. You will loose the sun in the late afternoon - no sunsets this resort faces East. There are owners and guests present. All in all , for the $$ I would stay on 7 mile.-better beach , more restaurants and more for the kids to do.

  • Stayed January 2011, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 28 January 2011
First of all I'd like to thank the guest for commending our food and beverage department for the food and the staff and service.

I'd now like to address a number of the other points raised.

With regard to our beach, it absolutely has to be shot with a wide angle lens. At 1600 feet wide it is by far the widest beachfront of any resort in the Cayman Islands. To be honest, even with a wide angle lens it is tough to capture the width of the beach :)

The beach is also very deep and covered in gorgeous sand, but by saying there is no sandy beach, I think the guest was referring to areas to enter the Caribbean waters from the beach. It is true that a significant part of the beach has "rocky" entry areas, there are rock pads close to shore. However, there are two large and sandy "swim entry" areas along the length of the beach. These are readily visible, but also all our staff know exactly how to guide guests to them.

We do, in fact, still advise using beach shoes, as the rock pads offshore are terrific for exploring and snorkelling around as they attract lots of fish and sealife.

This guest mention one small rock lined pool. We actually have four pools spread out across the resort, one in particular being large indeed (and with no rock lining), so I can only think that the guest did not explore the whole resort or indeed ask the staff.

This, and the comment about a $90 taxi fare, bring me to another point often repeated on responses to Tripadvisor reviews. Please, please, please, if you have a question, or even if you don't, talk to our Concierge team. They are there to help, they are very knowledgeable about the resort and the area, and they would certainly never let anybody rip off a customer for a cab fare like that.

With regard to our Front Desk staff specifically, general feedback from our guests on this team is excellent, but we have seen enough negative feedback such as from this guest as to be embarking on a full training programme to ensure that we increase the consistency of delivery of quality service.

Wind ? Yes, sometimes it is windy. Today's newspaper in Cayman reported that December was the second coldest (and windiest, I guess) in recorded history. We don't get snow like many parts of the USA have had this winter, but it has been a cold (sometimes in the low 60s.. brrr!) and blustery winter.

Facing East ? Guilty. Actually more ENE, to be precise. That does mean we don't have sunsets over the beach, but on the flip side, we get gorgeous sunrises, plus our balconies and patios (remember, all rooms are beachfront with patios / balconies) are then in the shade from late morning onwards, which gives a great alternative to lying on the beach in the sun.

It is quiet in the East End, so it is not for everyone, but I hope the information I have provided here can help inform readers in more depth as to what theReef does and does not offer.
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Reviewed 22 January 2011

I booked "Simply Romance All Inclusive package" for 7 days for my wife and I. I am working in Afghanistan and during December I came home for my 6 month break. My wife and I looked for over 2 months and we finally decided on The Reef after seeing all the great reviews. I tell you we were not disappointed.

We flew into Grand Cayman on Cayman Airways, and as soon as we took off they were offering us Rum Punch. You quickly realize that is the official drink of the islands. The airport is fairly small which is a warm welcome compared to Atlanta and Maimi. Its real easy to get to and out of. We rented a car which I highly recommend reserving when you make book your stay.

The drive to the resort is only about 45 minutes from the airport. Its real easy to find, because there is only one main road that runs along the southern coast of the island. Its a nice drive that has great views of the water. Plenty of picture taking opportunities along the way.

The room was plenty big for my wife and I. The jacuzzi tube was a nice way to relax in private. The view from our room was increditable! I've included a picture of the view from our balcony. The room and resort were very clean and well kept. The only draw back to the entire resort was the bed, it was VERY firm. If you like firm beds, your in luck.

We choose the "Simply All-Inclusive" plan because I heard that dining was expensive. We were very worried that the quality of the food was going to be lower because we were all-inclusives. I thought we might have to settle for buffets every night, but were pleasantly surprised that we could order a la carte for every meal. I did budget some money that we could us to eat at other places on the island, but we found the food was just as good at the resort. I would suggest you tip the wait staff, as they make VERY little money off all-inclusives and they work very hard. Everyone was very helpful and if we didn't like something, they exchanged it.

The concierge staff is also very helpfull. Thanks Lindsey (I'm know I'm mispelling your name). We did a lot while we were there. We took an hour helicopter tour of the island, we took a day tour to one of the other islands, Cayman Brac, we took a dive on a underwater submarine, toured the botanical garderns. The one thing that everyone needs to do is Stingray City. That was probably one thing I will never forget. The rays are in their natural habitat, not a pool like the dolphins.

The weather is not the best in the winter months, lots of wind and overcast skies. But we came from 6 inches of snow and sub freezing temps, so anything about 60 was an improvement.

Just on case I didn't convince you otherwise, I would recommend The Reef and I look forward to going back.

  • Stayed December 2010, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 28 January 2011
Great to hear the guest had such a great time, starting with the Rum Punch on Cayman Airways. We are very proud of our national airline, and yes, your vacation gets an early start with that lovely Rum Punch !

With regard to firm beds, we do encourage our guests to let us know, as we do have some alternatives to assist guests with this.

One other factual point is re tips for staff when guests are on the all inclusive. I won't dive into details, but suffice to say sometimes the staff have trouble grasping how this is done. I can assure guests though that staff are compensated and with a fair system to handle this.

Anyway, thanks again for choosing theReef, and the team look forward to welcoming you back !
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Reviewed 20 January 2011

We just returned from 9 nights at the Reef. We have stayed at many 5 star resorts but for this trip is was more important for me to book at a quiet resort with a guarnteed beachfront room. I thought this place was great for what we paid (got a great rate on Orbitz). It is more like a 4 star. We had a one bedroom suite with a walk out to the beach which was great for my young kids. Full kitchen, equiped with everything you need. Yes, the cleaning staff didn't do a great job. I didn't realize they don't clean the room on a daily basis - makes sense now. They kept bringing towels, and washing the odd glass I forgot to put in the dishwasher so maybe they should let people know it is not fully cleaned everyday. But it was fine with me, The snorkelling off the beach was good. I actually saw a 5ft Black Tip Reef Shark while snorkelling near the end of the pier. One previous post mentioned dogs. I never heard them barking but saw the guy with the dogs in the truck one morning. I asked him what they were for - and he said night security. It actually made me feel better as we were at the end of the third building - further from the front desk. The staff was great. Linera helped out with my room, I think the woman at the front desk was Michelle and she was alwaysquite pleasant. I liked the restaurants. Jerk Chicken pizza and Egg Rolls were great. I loved Tukka down the road - Chef Ron was awesome and great Lobster. Fosters and the liquor store across the street was really handy. We had a car and drove to SMB and Rum point a few times. Yes we had some windy days - that's why is was great having a car. Our last day there was no wind but super hot. The wind was actually a good thing. Pools were great - yes hot tub a bit yellow. Internet was available at a cost. I didn't go to the gym but saw it throught the window and looked pretty good.Would totally return.

Stayed January 2011, travelled with family
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Seaford, Delaware
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Reviewed 19 January 2011

Let me start by stating that we have been owners at the Reef for the past 7 years and we own two weeks. (We don't use the points system.) We have always been pleased with the service and treatment by the staff. However, this trip was completely different. There is NO housekeeping. Trash used to be picked up and fresh towels delivered, if needed, on a daily basis. Now it's once a week. What really made us angry was this letter we received upon check in. It explained the new housekeeping policy but stated that each room had been supplied with a set of spare linens and if you needed more towels or linens, to simply call the desk and they would be delivered immediately! What a joke!!! There were NO spare linens and we had to keep calling to get new sheets. My husband finally went down to the laundry room to retrieve them himself. THEN, they gave him the wrong size. We FINALLY got housekeeping to correct the problem after many additional phone calls. What makes it worse is there is no broom to try and keep the sand from piling up. After a week on a beachfront hotel, the rooms get dirty and sandy. In prior years, the rooms were completely cleaned on Wednesday. That is no longer the case. To top it off, as members we are supposed to meet with the sales team for our gift and any updates regarding the resort. I didn't attend so my husband went alone. He was told, we get no gifts because we BOTH didn't attend their so-called meeting. Is this anyway to treat a member of 7 years? We can not recommend The Reef at this time. It's unfortunate to see what is happening to it!!!

  • Stayed January 2011, travelled as a couple
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TomCayman, Director at Wyndham Reef Resort, responded to this review, 28 January 2011
A first point here is that theReef is what is called a "mixed use" resort. Every room is independently owned, either as a "whole ownership" condominium, a "fractional" (quarter share), or a "timeshare" (points or weeks of ownership).

This review is by a timeshare owner. It is important to note that owners receive a different level of housekeeping service than resort guests, who do receive regular daily service as would be expected at a resort hotel. The level of service received by owners is set by the owners in consultation with resort management based upon how they wish to balance their level of service with their budget.

Given the current economic situation, timeshare owners service was changed in 2010 to cut back on housekeeping service, but the experience of this guest in terms of not having spare linens in there room can only be categorised as an error of omission on the part of our housekeeping department, and for that we apologise.

I have also been asked to note that all rooms do contain a whisk broom and brush, as even for resort guests with daily housekeeping, one side effect of all our suites being beachfront is that sometimes one does trek sand in onto the tile floors, so all rooms are equipped so one can quickly sweep them out in a moment.

With regard to any other specific concerns for other owners, we would ask them to contact us directly, as TripAdvisor is a forum geared towards resort hotel guests considering visiting resorts for the first time, not Timeshare or other owners.
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Property: Wyndham Reef Resort
Address: 2221 Queens Highway, PO Box 30865 | Colliers, East End KY1-1800, Grand Cayman (Formerly The Reef Resort, A Wyndham Affiliate)
Region: Caribbean > Cayman Islands > Grand Cayman > East End
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Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in East End
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £££
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Wyndham Reef Resort 3.5*
Number of rooms: 152
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Wyndham Reef Resort is the only ALL BEACHFRONT, ALL SUITE RESORT WITH AN ALL-INCLUSIVE PROGRAM ON GRAND CAYMAN. The white sands of Grand Cayman are your welcome mat and the crystal clear waters are your playground. Since all of our suites are right on the beach, you'll enjoy exploring, playing, snorkeling and diving, or soaking in the beauty just steps outside your door. This East End getaway, far from the crowds, provides a truly serene tropical escape. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
The Reef Hotel Grand Cayman
Reef Hotel Grand Cayman
Reef Resort Grand Cayman
Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands - East End

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