Grand Cayman prices

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Grand Cayman hotel prices

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Rating Price (USD)
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157.00 - 273.00
221.00 - 402.00
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Grand Cayman hostel prices

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Type Price (USD)
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Hotel seasons

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Visitors flock to the island during the entire year with most visitors vacationing during winter and spring break. Summer sees less visitors and lower prices, making it the perfect time to visit for those looking for a less expensive vacation.

Grand Cayman beachA territory of the United Kingdom, the Cayman Islands is the richest of all Caribbean islands based on its status as an offshore banking center. Most of the banking work is done remotely, however, so the main island of Grand Cayman still has mostly a tropical resort feel, with an English colonial twist.

The primary tourist area is Seven Mile Beach along the west coast, which is where you’ll find most of the resort hotels and restaurants. There’s also rather good nightlife on Grand Cayman, which is unusual for the Caribbean.

The diving and snorkeling are very popular here, especially with a few notable shipwrecks not far off shore. There’s also horseback riding and a few notable museums and parks, so it’s more than just lying on the beach here.

The Cayman Islands are generally quite expensive, with a high concentration of top-end resorts, but a few mid-range options do exist.

Where to stay

Grand Cayman only has a few dozen hotels and resorts, with the greatest concentration along Seven Mile Beach on the west coast. Most are quite expensive, as is the island in general, but a few moderately priced hotels are available as well.

Getting there

Unless you are a cruise passenger exploring the western Caribbean, you’ll be landing at Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman Island. It’s a fairly large facility capable of landing wide-body jets from North America and Europe.

Nonstop flights from:
Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York-JFK, Newark, Detroit, Boston, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix, Toronto, London

Grand Cayman attraction prices

Location Description Type Price(USD)
Catamaran Dinner Cruise Sailing from Seven Mile Beach, you'll get to take in both the sunset and the starry night while enjoying dinner by candlelight. all ages 80.00
Food Tasting And Cultural Walking Tour Get to know some of the local foods with a walking tour that includes both food and drink tastings from several well known and enjoyed local eateries. all ages 75.00
Atlantis Submarine Expedition Instead of snorkeling, you can choose to take a ride inside of a submarine while exploring the watery world. 4 to 12 58.00
adult 89.00

Grand Cayman food and drink prices USD

Food type   Price
Local Breakfast Most hotels offer breakfast as part of your stay but if you choose to venture outside you'll be greeted with coffee, juice and pastries of all kinds. 3.50 - 8.00
Local Lunch Whether you choose to eat on the beach or in a restaurant you'll find lots of fish choices as well as salads and pastas. 9.00 - 15.00
Local Dinner Seafood, burgers, salads, pastas and pizza can be found at most restaurants with prices jumping around a bit. 8.00 - 25.00
Beer Both bars (in or out of restaurants) and small clubs serve both domestic and imported beers. 3.50 - 5.00

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Grand Cayman facts

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Population 55,000
Metro area 55,000
Time zone UTC-5
Currency Cayman Islands Dollar
Airports Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM)

Avg temps & precip

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Hotel seasons

February, March, April

weather advise for AmsterdamWeather advice

Just south of Cuba lies the Cayman islands. Grand Cayman, it’s most visited, is a renown international island destination due to a few reasons: its clear waters, sunny days and mild temperatures.

There are basically two different seasons in the Cayman islands, one being ‘winter’ and the other ‘summer’. Though the difference between the two isn’t much, winter does carry stronger winds while summer brings the rain. In fact, summer is also hurricane season.

During April and May, with the winds starting to calm down and the summer rains still held at bay, you’ll find those are the two best months to snorkel and dive.

Sunrise and sunset

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