Grand Cayman’s First New Resort in a Decade Officially Opens

Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa represents the first development in roughly 10 years in Seven Mile Beach.

Advisors can now sell a brand new hotel on Grand Cayman's Seven Mile Beach for the first time in roughly a decade.

Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa is having its soft opening this week on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, marking the first resort development on the Caribbean's famed Seven Mile Beach in roughly 10 years.

Also, slated to welcome residents in 2017, The Residences at Seafire will be set in 12 acres of landscaped gardens and pool decks shared with Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa. 

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The 10-story property has views of both the Caribbean Sea to the west and the North Sound to the east, a rarity in Grand Cayman, affording residents the chance to watch the sun rise and set over the water every day. 

The Residences at Seafire have boutique studios and four-bedroom residences ranging in size from about 600 to 4,000 square feet. Modern Caribbean features include convertible bi-fold doors and open plan living spaces with high ceilings and light interiors. Residents can also enjoy personalized concierge service and a social scene.

Seafire guests and residents have expansive, unrestrained access to Seven Mile Beach. Sustainability is woven through the Seafire site, with walking paths, open-air architecture, meandering gardens, coastal bike trails, solar panels, eco-friendly materials and modern designs that utilize natural elements to maximize energy efficiency and put Seafire on track for LEED Silver certification.


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