Cayman tops poll for best small hotel, spa and beach

| 02/02/2011

(CNS): Following on the heels of the islands success among divers the Cayman Islands has also topped the charts of Caribbean Travel & Life’s Best of the Caribbean issue. Over 250,000 voters took part in the magazine’s poll and the Cayman Islands are recognized as home to the Caribbean’s ‘Best Small Hotel’, Little Cayman Beach Resort, the ‘Best Resort Spa’, Silver Rain, Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and Seven Mile Beach is recognized as the ‘Best Beach’ across the Caribbean. In addition, Grand Cayman was voted runner up for the ‘Best Island to Live On’ and offering the ‘Best Snorkelling and Diving’.

West Bay restaurant, Cracked Conch received an honourable mention for being among the ‘Best Restaurants’ of the Caribbean, Sunset House was considered one of the ‘Best Bang for the Buck Resorts’. For the Caribbean’s best rums, Tortuga received an honourable mention.

"Receiving accolades from Caribbean Travel & Life’s annual Reader’s Choice Poll is a highly sought after accomplishment for any Caribbean island," Shomari Scott, Ag. Director of Tourism said, "It represents the unbiased opinion of travellers across the Caribbean region and confirms the superlative standard of the Cayman Islands as a destination, offering all of the key ingredients for a perfect vacation to our visitors. Congratulations are due to our tourism partners who have been voted tops in these awards, for the level of service, amenities and the superb vacation experience they provide for our visitors. We are excited to have received these awards and look forward to topping even more charts in 2012."

Caribbean Travel & Life is a glossy magazine dedicated to the Caribbean region and has been named the official consumer publication of the Caribbean Tourism Organization and the Caribbean Hotel Association. It weaves together the geographical and cultural threads that make each of the region’s destinations distinctive and represents a range of essential service information on the various aspects of travel.
 

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