Pirates Point Little Cayman is an excellent resort to stay at when some relaxing fun in the Caribbean is in order. This Little Cayman diving resort certainly knows how to cater to diving enthusiasts, and for guests who aren't certified for open water dives, certification courses are available. The PADI dive operation at the resort also offers courses for advanced divers who wish to enhance their skills. In addition to diving, guests at the Pirates Point Resort on Little Cayman Island can also enjoy as much snorkeling as they can handle. Reefs and fascinating creatures can be found in the area waters, and when snorkelers and divers aren't out in a boat, they can enter the water from the resort's beach.
Most of the travelers that book a stay at the Pirates Point Little Cayman Resort take advantage of the resort's all inclusive packages. These packages cater to divers and non-divers alike. As for the dive packages, they include two daily boat dives to sites such as Bloody Bay Wall, as well as use of a diving belt, weights, and tanks. Unlimited drinks at the resort's open bar are also included in the all inclusive dive packages, as are airport transfers, three daily meals, and a deluxe room. Complimentary robes and beach towels help to sweeten the deal, as do the complimentary bicycle rentals. It can be just as fun to explore on land as it can be to explore the underwater realms during a stay at this Little Cayman diving resort. The non-diving packages at the Pirates Point Resort on Little Cayman are essentially the same as the diving packages, save for the fact that they don't include diving excursions.
The Pirates Point Little Cayman Resort is family friendly, and the fact that it only offers eleven guest units means that it is also intimate and private. The guest units come in the form of rooms and larger bungalows, with the oceanfront units being the most attractive of the bunch. The bulk of the oceanfront units lack air conditioning, while the rooms that are set further back are equipped with it. The ocean breezes help to keep the oceanfront units relatively cool, as do the ceiling and floor fans. Terracotta tiles also help to keep the Caribbean heat at bay, and they are featured in all of the guest units. Other standard amenities include daily maid service, attractive rattan furnishings, a hair dryer, and a clean, private bathroom. Should guests desire an alarm clock, they can be furnished upon request.
Outside of the clean and comfortable guest units at the Pirates Point Resort on Little Cayman, guests will find the resort's dive shop, a freshwater swimming pool, a large Jacuzzi, a small clubhouse with a guest computer, relaxing hammocks, tempting chaise loungers, a bar, and a renowned restaurant. The bar is colorfully decorated, thanks to past guests, while the restaurant is known for its gourmet food. The owner of this small and laid-back Little Cayman diving resort is a competent chef who trained with none other than Julia Child. When Pirates Point guests are out diving, snorkeling, fishing, or enjoying any other number of fun things to do on Little Cayman Island, they will likely have the resort's gourmet food in the back of their mind. In addition to enjoying savory meals, guests at the Pirates Point Little Cayman Diving Resort can also enjoy one or more of the weekly champagne and cocktail parties that are held at the host's separate oceanfront abode.