Cayman vacation 2013
Review Submitted: 09 March 2013
Date of Stay: February 2013
This was our second trip with our family (now 13 of us) to the beautiful Cayman Island. I can't imagine there is a better place to stay than Serenity Now!!! The pictures do not do it justice! The windows are "huge" which gives you a 180 degree view of the most amazing ocean view you will ever see.....like being on a cruise ship. The 4 bedrooms upstairs also have this amazing view. I worried that 2 bathrooms would not be enough, but they have added another bathroom, so that made it just perfect. You know.....you can read reviews after reviews and never really understand how amazing this place is! Location, location, location....doesn't get any better. Sonja (the manager) is so nice and helpful. Empty suitcases will supply you with what you couldn't bring with you! One word of warning...if you want to swim with the dolphins....book directly with the Cayman location and not through the internet. Booking through the internet is done in Cancun and if there is a problem, the Cayman location can't do anything about it. Also, Marshalls is the best place to rent a car. Cemetery Beach is within walking distance. Also, my son and daughter in law gave us a photo session for Christmas. This was so worth the money, which I thought was very reasonable. Someone is always out of the picture! Deep Blue Photography is who we went with and they were fantastic. I guess you can tell we loved EVERYTHING! The house is really, really nice, but I felt comfortable having our kids there (2 one year olds, 1 two year old, one 4 year old and a 9 year old). I won't look for another place to stay on our return....no need to!!! One thing.....don't let the ugly recliner "fool" you! Under that awful exterior is an amazing recliner!!! If those stark white wicker arms were toned down a bit, it would be beautiful and comfortable! Now that is getting pretty picky on my part! Book this place....you won't be disappointed!
Tourists without a Car,
Families with Teenagers,
Families with Young Children,
People with Disabilities,
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