Grand Cayman is one of the most beautiful islands that has already been well-developed. It has nice hotels that offer many different services and amenities. And one of the best hotels that are mostly recommended by many people who have been in the island is Sunshine Suites Resort.
About Sunshine Suites ResortSunshine Suites Resort is actually a 4-star boutique hotel that offers affordable lodging. It is located just a short walk from the white sand beach of Grand Cayman and near dozens of shops, restaurants and the North Sound Golf Course. The resort is for people who are in the island both for work and/or pleasure. Their amenities include breakfast and free Wi-Fi which is really very convenient for those who can’t live without using the internet.
The resort alone has 130 well-furnished suites and each of these suites has its own fridge, stove top, coffee machine, toaster, microwave and cookware and utensils. As of the moment, they offer a 4+1 night stay which means that when you stay for 4 consecutive nights, you get another night for free. This is actually a huge advantage for those planning for long vacations.
AccommodationsSunshine Suites Resort has three types of accommodation available. And all these accommodations have the same amenities that you can find in other luxury hotels in the area.
- Studio Suite. It is a room which measures 265 square feet with one queen-size bed, shower and tub.
- Deluxe Suite. This room measures 345 square feet with two queen-size beds. It has the same amenities as the other types of accommodation.
- One Bedroom Suite. With an area of 394 square feet, this room is just exceptional. It has one king-size bed, a single sleeper sofa bed. It has a garden, pool and courtyard view.
All these room accommodations are available for both online and personal booking. Sunshine Suites Resort also boasts of its superb dining experience that offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon snacks. For those who want to experience fun and adventure in the island, Sunshine Suites Resort also recommends Seven Mile Beach, Stingray City, Pedro St. James, Turtle Farm, National Museum, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Rum Point, Cayman Craft Market and Horseback Riding Along The Beach.