The ambiance of sea meeting shore, gracefully swaying palms, and the rush of waterfalls awakens the human spirit, and invites guests to relax and enjoy a variety of impeccable amenities. The Westin Grand is a landmark of traditional Caribbean architecture, with lots of marble, beautiful landscaping, and easy access to all of Grand Cayman's beautiful attractions. Offering breathtaking views of Grand Cayman or the ocean, accommodations at The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa are luxurious and comfortable. Each spectacular guest room and suite features marble baths, cable television, and direct-dial telephones with data ports. Many rooms have balconies, ideal for relaxing in the year-round sun.
Casa Havana, the resort's four-diamond restaurant, offers elegant, oceanfront dining. At Ferdinand's, you will experience the tropical flavors of the Caribbean. If you prefer to dine casually, grab something poolside and keep having fun in the sun.
There is plenty of recreation and entertainment to be had for all! Swim in the two freshwater swimming pools, engage in watersports, get a workout in at the fitness facility, pamper yourself in the beauty salon, and enjoy some alone time while the Kids' Camp keeps your children busy. Whatever you choose to do while staying at the Westin Grand, the ultimate vacation awaits you.
LocationGrand Cayman - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Resort Fee Inclusions:
The resort fee will include the following valuable benefits (subject to change):
•High Speed Internet Access in guest rooms and public space (3mb for up to 3 devices per room)
•In Room Mini refrigerators
•Beach chairs and umbrellas
•Plush Beach Size Towels
•Pool and Beach Ambassadors
•Use of sauna, hot tub and steam room, based on availability at Hibiscus Spa
•Beach Yoga and SUP Clinics
•Sunday Movie Night on the beach
•Non-Alcoholic Welcome Drink
•Complimentary bite-size appetizers at Catboat Bar
•Imagination Playground including kids play blocks,board games,beach and lawn games,giant chess/checkers chess/checkers
•Kids Club Family Time (between 5pm and 6pm daily)
•S'mores/Marshmallow Madness Night*
•Scheduled Firework Display – last Friday of each month
•Complimentary weekly activities ( e.g. Soccer, Nature Scavenger Hunt, Beach Ball Rally, Water Balloon Toss, Water Drop Relay, Bocce Ball Tourney, Trivia Night, Sand Sculpture competition, pool games, etc.)
•Holiday themed events (e.g. gingerbread house, holiday cookies, holiday crafts, etc.
•Variety of Live Music
•Little Free Library Holiday
*Additional fees may apply
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 965 reviews
Changes at the resort
I recently returned home from a visit to the Westin in Grand Cayman and have stayed at this property for at least the last six years. During my recent visit I was disappointed to learn that the hotel no longer had access to secure Wi-Fi. Since I had been hacked using the lobby computers in 2013 I counted on having secure Wi-Fi access at the hotel. Despite hotel staff at the front desk telling me that it would "probably be ok" to use the Westin Wi-Fi portal, my traveling companion decided to use the Westin Wi-Fi and she kept receiving alerts that the Westin Wi-Fi was not secure. I'm wondering if this recent change is a cost saving measure resulting from the Starwood (Westin) Marriott merger. In addition, the hotel no longer had free access to the Internet from the lobby computers.
Great vacation at the Westin!
My family and I just got back from a wonderful week long vacation from Grand Cayman! We stayed at the Westin on Seven Mike beach, and was overall a great stay. My husband had been to Grand Cayman years ago but was the first for myself and our 12 year old daughter. After exploring the whole island (we rented a car, which I highly recommend if you plan on doing lots of activities), Seven Mile beach is definitely the most popular and had the most to do, see and eat. The rooms were fine for what we needed, we really weren’t there much so it was fine. The bed was amazingly comfy but the pull out couch wasn’t. Thankfully our daughter was so exhausted by the end of the day, she’d just pass out. The bathroom was a bit small and didn’t have much counter space for our toiletries and such but not that big of a deal. The “Partial Ocean” view was literally just that. You could see the horizon of the ocean if you stood on your tippy toes on the bed. I wouldn’t bother with a view. I’d say either go all in and do full Ocean View or nothing at all and just do The Island view (view facing the main entrance/road). The private beach right outside the hotel is fantastic! The sand is so soft and clean. We never had issues finding beach chairs but we also weren’t there during a super busy time. The food at the restaurants were good, service was ok, sometimes a bit slow. I hate to say the overall service and friendliness of the staff was mediocre at best. I work in HR at a Resort in Arizona and have a complete understanding of the hospitality industry and was a bit disappointed in the staff. It almost felt as though the staff were exhausted from a very busy season and just did the very minimal. There was only one staff member during our entire week that did anything “memorable” for us and that was Rodrigo from the Pool/Beach server. He was very friendly and personable and really took care of us. Overall, we truly enjoyed our stay and would be happy to return!
My kids (9 and 4), husband and I visited the Westin Grand Cayman from May 26-30th. Unfortunately, it was the beginning of rainy season and we had rain and cloudy skies almost all 4 days. Other than that, the resort itself was amazing. Rooms were clean and comfortable, restaurants were good and food quality very good. We are vegetarian and we had many options. We also got to explore many restaurants in the area and Camana Bay which was all very good. There were many activities for adults and kids that were complimentary. I tried morning yoga at the beach, kids participated in sand castle building contest, bubble time at the beach and cooking class in kids club (sugar cookies). This was great as my husband and I got to go to the Hibiscus spa when the kids were in the cooking class. The spa was AMAZING! They have a relaxation room with some free nibbles while you wait and a sauna, steam and jacuzzi to use anytime. The beach was gorgeous and we never had toeible finding towels or chairs. My kids were in the water all the time, gentle waves and shallow waters were ideal. We went on the stingray, snorkel and star fish excursion. The star fish stop was not worth it, we saw maybe 4-5 star fish, but the rest was good. The turtle centre was fun as well and we swam in the lagoon with the turtles. Once again, not what I had in mind... the lagoon was full of algae and green (their natural habitat) but we got to see the turtles and some lovely fish and it was worth it. Camana Bay at night was beautiful. Restaurants are good. Overall, excellent trip in spite of bad luck with weather.
Honeymooners in the Cayman's
We just got back from Grand Cayman island, where we stayed at the Westin. The positive's = beautiful hotel, great staff, AMAZING food. The negative's = very expensive, location was not ideal and on the weekends not enough pool lounge chairs
AMAZING! Best hotel on the island.
We loved this place. We chose it because we heard that the Marriott does not have a beach. This place has an amazing beach. The beds are really comfortable and it's NOT A BUSY HOTEL, which we LOVE! The pool chairs/beach chairs are usually never completely full. It's pretty quiet. The hotel is in a great location in town. Every single employee here will go out of their way to make sure you are comfortable and happy. The pool bar staff is amazing, we love Jessie! We had the best food we have ever had at "Catch" restaurant, including the ceviche and blackened Mahi Mahi. Another great place is "Sunshine Grill". We are foodies and know our food, trust me this place has it all. The ONLY complaints (small) about the hotel is that there is no fan in the bathroom, the beach chairs are almost at a slant (but that is just the way the beach is), so not very comfortable, and breakfast places here are limited, although there are breakfast places including "Eats Cafe" right across the street. It's very pricy, but what else do you expect for a nice vacation. We love it here and it will not be our last time back!