One Caribbean hotel, the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa in Grand Cayman, was a newcomer to AAA’s Five Diamond list for 2018. The Kimpton Seafire opened in 2016. It was the boutique brand’s first Caribbean hotel and first luxury property.
GlobeSt.com visited the Cayman Islands last week with Dart Real Estate to see more about how to integrate acquisitions, as well as development of the land the company already owns, in a way that fits into a much larger master plan.
Vegan-friendly properties exist everywhere but it’s been challenging to us for some time to find a true luxury brand that understands and executes vegan food well in the Caribbean. It’s nice to know that with the arrival of Kimpton in Grand Cayman, luxury vegan paradise is just a flight away.
Dart Real Estate has purchased The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The luxury resort property, located along Seven Mile Beach, is an investment that expands Dart Real Estate’s portfolio of tourism assets and reinforces investor Kenneth Dart’s commitment to the Cayman Islands.
Life is flourishing in Grand Cayman. It’s a time of innovation, optimism and forward thinking. Major projects and developments are taking shape that will strengthen and transform the island’s economic landscape, paving the way for greater opportunity.
Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, developed by Dart Real Estate in the Cayman Islands, has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Rating – the highest possible designation from the travel authority.
Visitors to the Cayman Islands are invited to explore shipwrecks and swim with stingrays, and the best place to start discovering this exotic part of the world might be the magical Kimpton Seafire Resort, nestled right next to the blissful Seven Mile Beach.
When Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa opened on Grand Cayman last fall it marked a big step for Kimpton – the brand’s first international property in a long time and its first true luxury property.
Upon entering the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, I immediately noticed the rolling blue waves. Those waves, however, were not the crystal clear water of the ocean right outside the resort, but the details of the lobby ceiling, which was inspired by the island and its culture.