Just got back from Grand Cayman today. Stayed 5 nights at Compass Point with my son (he's 30) and a friend. Other reviews are spot on. I took the certification course. The instructor- Britta- was excellent and the whole operation is top drawer. We'll be back. Even if you are not diving, East End of Grand Cayman is definitely where to stay if you want to relax. West End has grown hugely in the 8 years since our last visit. Yesterday there were four, count 'em four, cruise ships tied up at Georgetown. The West End looks like Florida 20 years ago, but once you get to Bodden Town you are back in the Carribean.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- LAID BACK LUXURY....Located on the untouched, pristine East End of the Island. Situated approximately 21 miles East from Grand Cayman's international airport and approximately 1 mile past the sleepy village of East End.Compass Point Dive Resort Compromises of 28 luxurious one, two and three bedroom oceanfront and poolside condominiums, each with their own private patio or balcony. Each condominium is beautifully appointed with stylish island decor and fully equipped with all of the comforts of home. New in 2013, Eagle Ray's Bar & Grill, dockside overlooking the Caribbean Sea. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Compass Point Dive Hotel East End
- Compass Point Dive Resort Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands - East End