Caribbean resort to open on Grand Cayman in 2021

Private luxury beachfront Mandarin Oriental resort and residences on Grand Cayman set to open in 2021.

A luxury resort and residences on Grand Cayman in the Caribbean is set to open in 2021, Mandarin Oriental has announced.

Located 15 minutes from the airport, the resort will be set in 67 acres at St. James Point, on the southern shore of the island.

The Mandarin Oriental, Grand Cayman will be an exclusive 100-room beachfront resort with 89 branded residences.

Chief executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group James Riley said: "The owner has assembled a spectacular site and has the long-term vision to create a unique resort experience that, together with Mandarin Oriental’s renowned service, will ensure an exceptional offering in Grand Cayman." 

The site overlooks its own secluded white-sand beach and offers guests a  private luxury retreat.

There will be five restaurants and bars providing a variety of experiences and views over the ocean. The development will also have its own farm which will provide a ‘farm to table’ dining experience.

The resort will feature a Spa, fitness centre, several outdoor swimming pools and tennis courts. Landscaped walking and cycling trails will traverse the 67-acre site and a Beach Club will offer a variety of leisure and water sports activities.

A range of flexible meeting and banqueting facilities, including outdoor areas, will provide ample space for destination weddings, social and business events.

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