Cayman’s Turtle Nest Inn, encompassing three buildings, is intimate and elegant; In the original building, there are only eight apartments within the stunning, Spanish-style architecture, highlighted by whitewashed walls and cooling terracotta tiles. And you can relax in the seclusion of the outdoor terrace, surrounded by graceful arches, or on the un-crowded beach!
In addition, there are ten condos spread over the other two buildings, all three just a few feet apart. Turtle Nest Inn is exotic because it epitomizes the island paradise style, with beautiful stretches of beach and the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean — yet it’s just 10 miles from George Town and the airport, but “off the beaten track”, and far from the maddening crowds.
The Inn, situated in the quaint and charming village of Bodden Town, is also authentic. Unlike “tourist strip” lodging, the Inn allows you to access the heart and soul of the island. “To stay in Bodden Town is to get a real taste of the Cayman Islands and its people, to experience and enjoy a unique Caribbean culture and lifestyle at very close quarters.” Since its March 27th 1999 opening by the Caymanian Minister of Tourism, Turtle Nest Inn has received rave reviews from the local and international press, members of parliament and departing guests. For a different island experience, don’t delay reserving.
Cayman Island hotels now include Turtle Nest Inn an exotic, beachfront alternative to the large hotel chains and pricey condo complexes. This intimate inn in a genuine island setting offers superb snorkelling, two fresh water pools, sandy beach and fully-furnished apartments. Turtle Nest Inn is affordable because a full apartment at the inn, with complete kitchen, is less costly than a standard room in most Grand Cayman hotels. The inn is unique in that it combines the comfort and cooking facilities of a condominium, with the ambience of a hotel and service on a par with Europe’s best country inns.