"Island Houses of Cayman Kai" are located in the exclusive Cayman Kai/Rum Point area on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Island Houses are designed for life in the Tropics where"Inside and Outside become One".
Vacation Rental Property
Each Island House is decorated to the owner's taste (formal/informal) & some have additional amenities (air conditioning on the first floor, different sizes beds in bedrooms (king, queen, double), Queen pull out sofa in living, TV in Master Bedroom and/or the Guest Bedroom, Internet Access, bicycles, kayak & equipment, snorkeling equipment). All the Island House have the same floor plan:Living roomDining roomKitchenLaundry RoomTwo Story LanaiTwo bedrooms with full baths and balcony's
Sleeps & # of Bedrooms
Each Island House has two bedroomsAll have a king size bed in master bedroomSome have two doubles, king or twins beeds in quest room Some have a queen hide a way sleeper sofa in living room
Air-ConditionedScreened-Porch/Lanai Ceiling Fans in all rooms Master Bedroom- King Size BedExtra Bedroom- 2 Double Beds or twin bedsEach bedroom has full bath Balcony off each bedroom Fully Equipped KitchenMicrowave, Blender Coffee Maker & Grinder DishwasherWasher and DryerLaundry supplies Linens (Bed & Bath) & Beach TowelsIron/Ironing Board Stereo with CD Player & CD's TV in Living RoomTV - DVD & VCR TV -Satellite Cable VCR Library Telephone- Local Free -International calls with credit card Outdoor Grill" Swimming Pool-50 ft from backdoorSnorkeling EquipmentSOme have Kayak (one or two user's capabilities)Lagoon and DockBicycles Games-Kids and Adults Many local restaurants Exceptional "SUNSETS" Every water sport you would want at Rum Point Beach Famous Rum Point Beach- 150 feet out the front door Maid Service- Twice a weekIf needed we can supply a crib and high chair for your child We can supply a roll-away bed to seven sleep(7)
Finding your way from Owen Roberts International Airport to Cayman Kai, Rum Point, is fairly easy! Grand Cayman is a small island, there's basically one main road, from one end of the island to the other.Depending if you observe the speed limits (mostly 30 mph, maximum 50 mph only in a few places) it should take you about 30 to 45 minutes to reach Cayman Kai.There's only one exit road from the airport and rental car plaza, which ends after about one mile at a stop sign. At the stop sign, just beside the post office, turn left and continue past Foster's Food Fair until the "give way" sign. (In terms of price and variety, Foster's Food Fair is a good choice in supermarkets, but about 1.5 miles further along your route on the left, you can also stop at Hurley's Marketplace, in the new Grand Harbor Shopping Centre, surrounded by numerous palms and attractive landscaping. But, please note that all Island supermarkets are closed on Sunday. The supermarkets are all open till 10:00PM, six days a week. There is one convenience store (with almost everything you'll need) accessible about 5 miles from Cayman Kai, which is open 8:00AM to 8:00PM, six days a week. After the "give way" sign, keep to the left and follow the road which curves left around the end of the airport runway. You're now on the main road (the A2) heading east to Bodden Town, East End, North Side, and Rum Point. Along the way to Bodden Town, the road leads through several villa
ges, including Prospect, Spotts, Savannah, Lower Valley, and Pedro. After Pedro, you'll enter the Village of Bodden Town (watch out for the 25 mph speed limit signs), and the road curves sharply to the left.Just after the curve, there's an Esso station on your right (seaside), followed by a Texaco station, and then, around 200 feet further, Turtle Nest Inn on the right. Continue on and you will see a post office on your left, Continue on this road through Pease Bay and Breakers (you will pass the Lighthouse Restaurant on the right side) and turn left at Frank Sound Round (look for signs to Rum Point and Cayman Kai). Continue on this road to North Side and bare left after the Texaco Station at Old Man Bay. Look for the sign on the left. This will take you right into Cayman Kai area. You will see this sign on the left side of the road as you enter "Cayman Kai". Continue down the road for a short period of time and you will bear left at the Hyatt Retreat (don't go straight- if you pass the sign "Welcome to Rum Point" you have gone to far).
|(4/13 to 12/13/2013)||US $225||US $1,575||Plus 13% Govt Tax|
|(12/14 to 1/4/14)||US $375||US $2,625||Plus 13% Govt Tax|
|(1/5 to 4/12/2014)||US $350||US $2,450||Plus 13% Govt Tax|
|(4/13 to 12/13/2014)||US $225||US $1,575||Plus 13% Govt Tax|
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