Marketing Communications Manager
The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
P.O. Box 32348
Hotel: (345) 943-9000 email@example.com
GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN – May 5, 2016 – Summer may be the most exciting time to visit the Cayman Islands this year, thanks to new activities and amenities introduced by The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The waterfront resort has also unveiled the ultimate Grand Cayman overnight package, designed especially for summer and family vacationers.
Among the coming season’s highlights for younger travelers, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman recently opened its vibrantly colorful Starfish Cay water adventure park, and soon it will present its own Summer Camp as well. For adults, a new indoor golf simulator enhances the resort’s acclaimed Greg Norman golf experience, while online tee-time bookings can now be confirmed directly on the property website.
New and popular summer enticements at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman include:
Only in Cayman Package
From $379 USD per night
This special vacation package allows plenty of time for a full Cayman experience, providing a complimentary fifth night after four purchased nights. To reserve, visit the website at www.ritzcarlton.com/grandcayman and request a five-night date span when checking availability.
Aqua adventures abound in the fun and inviting new Starfish Cay, where cool blasts of water surprise and delight. From a zero-entry splash pool, shallow enough for families to splash, play and explore, children enter a magical cove with interactive water nozzles, and then sail down gentle water slides. Above, a bright bucket is filled with water that becomes a refreshing waterfall.
From swimming pool to white sand beach, and from snorkeling to diving in the crystal clear Caribbean, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman offers countless ways to explore its shimmering water world. The resort’s summer watersports offer all this and more, including a best-selling Mangrove Kayak Adventure, shipwreck explorations, seafloor submarine adventures, and relaxing beach, pool and dining experiences in luxurious private cabanas.
Ambassadors of the Environment / Ritz Kids
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment presents excursions for adults, families and children (four and older), led by expert naturalists and introducing resort guests to the natural wonders and rich cultural traditions of the Cayman Islands. Throughout these unique Caribbean eco-tours, the islands’ ecological resources become a natural classroom and living laboratory in which participants learn, while having fun at the same time. Several dozen offerings include Stingray Detective, Frogtastic Fun and Snorkeling 101 for young children, Underwater Photography Snorkel, Mangrove Kayak and Night Snorkel for youth and adults, and for families, Have You Ever Seen a Blue Iguana? and Atlantis Submarine.
Golf and Tennis
The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman features a Greg Norman course offering nine holes of spectacularly scenic, water-laced golf, and an indoor golf center presenting technology from Trackman Golf. Tee times may now be booked online at https://bluetipguest.ezlinks.com. For tennis aficionados, clay and hard courts, along with instructional programs designed by Nick Bollettieri, highlight a signature sports experience for the region.
Summer indulgences at the resort’s la prairie spa include the tropically-inspired Island Dream Body Treatment, incorporating mango/papaya, coconut or chocolate/vanilla/coffee to exfoliate, soothe and stimulate the senses. For a special state-of-the-art experience, the la prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Facial uses Swiss extremeophile plants and algae to help fortify skin against the accelerated pace of aging.
Finally, and adding to its special vacation-time appeal, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is inviting its summer guests to populate their social media feeds with favorite photos of themselves enjoying the resort, and hash-tagging their posts with #RCMemories. Several of this season’s travelers may have the opportunity to see their public posts posted to the website home page of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.