Seven Mile Beach. If you’ve been to Grand Cayman, you haven’t left without seeing it. If this is your first time to the island, you’ve probably heard rumor of this legendary crescent of powder-white sand fronting azure waters. And once you’ve settled on your comfy beach blanket or relaxed in our luxury beachside cabana, you’ll realize two things. One, rumor doesn’t do it justice. And two, you’ve arrived at the Westin Grand Cayman. This is our Cayman Islands.
Annually in the running for top beach in the Caribbean, Seven Mile Beach isn’t actually seven miles (it’s closer to 6). But that hardly matters; we’re proud to be located on this pristine beach, and many of our guests are more than happy to make it the focus of their vacation to Cayman. We can help you there, as the on-premises Red Sail Sports center has everything you need to enjoy the water, from kayaks and banana boats to wave runners. As our guest, you can enjoy an exclusive free stand-up paddleboard clinic, or learn to parasail, waterski, or sail a Hobie cat. You can even charter a speedboat or book a wave runner snorkel safari without leaving our hotel.
As much as we would love for you to stay on the beach or enjoy our oversized pool and all the amenities and guest services we offer, we’d also encourage you to explore the island. There’s a lot more to Cayman than almost seven miles of beach.
Some of the best diving in the world can be found here, with sunken ships, teeming coral reefs and a variety of marine life. Our friends at Red Sail Sports offer a variety of diving excursions. But you don’t have to put on diving gear to greet our friends from the sea. In Stingray City, one of the most unique and fascinating sights in the Caribbean, you can come within kissing distance of a gentle and friendly fever of stingrays. You can also swim with dolphins or take a submarine ride down to a coral reef.
If you prefer to explore the land, Cayman has attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Our one-of-a-kind turtle farm and one-of-a-species blue iguanas await nature-lovers. Beyond Grand Cayman, the islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman offer a more rustic and unspoiled return to the land.
If you prefer to soak in Cayman’s history, visit picturesque George Town, the island’s financial and historic center, where you will find Fort George, Heroes Square and the National Museum. For the more swashbuckling side of history, tour the island’s pirate caves and walk in the footsteps of such notorious buccaneers as Edward Teach, who was believed to have set foot on the islands. You may know him by his more famous nickname: Blackbeard.
Cayman has become one of the culinary capitals of the region thanks to a vanguard of world-class chefs and an array of gourmet restaurants (including our award-winning Beach House). Don’t forget to sample authentic island cooking, like breadfruit, jerk chicken and turtle stew (oh, and our rum is pretty good too). And book in advance if you want to attend the annual Taste of Cayman food and wine festival, one of the Caribbean’s most celebrated culinary events.
Sun, sand, colonial history and unequalled natural wonder. Experience the flavors of the Caribbean and explore undersea wonders. Welcome to our Cayman Islands.
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Seven Mile Beach P.O. Box 30620, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, (1)(345) 945 3800
Directly on Seven Mile Beach with refined rooms plus a spa, gym, and great dining, our resort is the ideal wedding or vacation destination.