All inclusive resorts in Cayman Islands are ideal for travelers who are in the mood for a relatively hassle-free Caribbean getaway. On all inclusive Cayman Islands vacations, diving enthusiasts can add some diving excursions to their package deal, and a bevy of other watersports activities will also be included. Most visitors to this British territory come for the diving, and the snorkeling is great as well. Cayman Islands all inclusive vacations that don't include diving will usually include a snorkeling tour or something similar to sweeten the deal. At the Beach Club Colony Hotel and Dive Resort, for example, the honeymoon package includes a snorkeling tour at Stingray City. Honeymooners that are thinking of trying some diving can also enjoy a "sample dive" in the resort's pool to see if they want to pursue the sport. The resort also offers all inclusive diving packages that couples and anyone else can take advantage of.
There aren't a ton of all inclusive resorts in Cayman Islands, and Seven Mile Beach is only home to one all inclusive lodging option. The Beach Club Colony Hotel and Dive Resort is the place to stay when an all inclusive vacation on Seven Mile Beach is the aim. As the name would imply, it caters primarily to divers, though non-divers are also welcome. The all inclusive diving packages at the Beach Club Colony include all the diving that guests can handle, and they also include all meals and most drinks. Only the premium beverages will cost extra. Other things that travelers can expect to enjoy when they choose to book an all inclusive stay at all inclusive Cayman Islands resorts such as the Beach Club Colony are free non-motorized watersports activities, such as kayaking and snorkeling. Accommodations are also included in the package deals at the Beach Club Colony, and while the guest units aren't luxurious, they are clean, comfortable, and feature satellite TV, ample closet space, a private balcony or patio, a full bathroom, and a direct dial phone.
Seven Mile Beach is found on Grand Cayman's relatively busy west coast, and it enjoys proximity to both Georgetown and West Bay. While this part of Grand Cayman Island is not to be missed on a Cayman Islands visit, travelers who are interested in a more relaxing all inclusive Cayman Islands getaway will likely favor the relative solitude on Grand Cayman's eastern end. Before the Spanish Bay Reef Resort closed in West Bay, there were three Grand Cayman Island all inclusive resorts. Today there are just two, and they include the Reef Resort, which is found on the oft-neglected eastern side.
In addition to offering a more peaceful atmosphere than the Beach Club Colony Hotel, the Reef Resort also offers guest units that are more upscale. All of the 152 guest units at the Reef Resort are spacious suites and condos that have a good array of amenities. The décor is fresh and bright, the furnishings are attractive and comfortable, and an idyllic beach is just outside the door! For travelers who are interested in Cayman Islands all inclusive vacations, the all inclusive packages at the Reef Resort include accommodations, three daily meals, all beverages at the restaurants and bars, and a range of complimentary activities, such as cycling, tennis, and snorkeling.
At the all inclusive resorts in Cayman Islands, some activities and added perks will cost extra. At the Reef Resort (pictured), for example, some of the tours and special excursions require an additional fee, as do spa treatments. At the Little Cayman Beach Resort on Little Cayman Island, the fishing charters will cost extra. The Little Cayman Beach Resort is one of two all inclusive resorts on Little Cayman Island, and it offers a similar experience as the Reef Resort on Grand Cayman. The atmosphere is relaxed, the facilities are good, and some terrific diving and snorkeling can be enjoyed right offshore. The other Little Cayman resort that offers all inclusive Cayman Islands packages is the intimate Pirates Point Resort.
Cayman Brac is the other main island in the Cayman Islands chain, and much like Little Cayman, it is smaller and quieter than Grand Cayman. When it comes to Cayman Islands all inclusive vacations that are based on Cayman Brac Island, The Brac Reef Resort is the place to stay. A significant renovation project has sharpened the appeal of this laid-back Caribbean resort, and for divers, the all inclusive packages are hard to pass up. In addition to accommodations, three daily meals, and three drinks per day, the all inclusive packages at the Brac Reef Resort also include a considerable number of boat dives. Free airport transfers are also part of the deal, as is the case at the other all inclusive resorts in Cayman Islands.
As a side note, it is worth mentioning that the Cayman Islands cruises are usually all inclusive, in that cruise passengers can include their accommodations, their meals, their beverages, and a host of activities in their upfront fee. Shore excursions usually cost extra, and they can also be included in the upfront, one-time fee. It's also worth keeping the Cayman Islands vacation packages in mind, as they can be all inclusive or close to it.