A reasonably priced property on a beautiful island. I took a bunch of family here last year. We had 3 rooms, 2 ocean view, one parking lot view. If you have the choice upgrade to the ocean view, it is worth it. Seven Mile Beach is one of the nicer beaches I've frequented, and the views are much nicer than the parking lot, especially from the top floor (only 4 floors at this property, iirc). Check-in process was a breeze. There may have been valet parking, but the self park is so easy i never bothered to check. The property is about 25 minutes from the airport. If you're the exploring type, I'd recommend renting a car. I believe the rooms have been refreshed since we were there. The rooms were pleasant, of decent size. They all have oversized bathrooms and small but ample balconies. Refrigerators are available upon request. One of our rooms was a little bit musty, but I'm really nit-picking when I say that. Overall, the room quality was better than expected. To my knowledge, there's only one suite on property, so Plat upgrades are slim. They did upgrade 2 of my 3 rooms to the better view. The hotel restaurant is a decent choice for breakfast. However, there are some good choices, including a surprisingly great asian restaurant, directly across the street. Just past the shopping center containing the restaurant is the Cayman version of Costco for all your shopping needs. We were able to buy snorkeling gear for easily half the price for what the hotel was selling it for. Oddly, the gift shop was really the only area where I felt the prices were high. The prices from the pool bar were less than some properties I've visited in Florida. A decent bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc was roughly $30 US. We ate lunch on the beach most days. The food was always decent, and well-priced. Rentals of things like umbrellas and cabanas were extremely reasonable. There are a number of excursions available to be booked through the hotel. It's all handled by a contractor who does a pretty good job. You can also rent a jetski, etc right there on the beach. If you are into snorkeling, there's some great reef just about 200 feet offshore. The beach itself was never really that crowded, nor did the pool feel that way. The pool itself is not huge, but there are two separate hot tubs. While there were always people in the hot tubs, they were never overflowing. I had read that the hotel will sometimes close the pool down early for weddings, and this did happen one evening. However, I didn't feel that inconvenienced. We were able to hang out on the beach and still use one of the hot tubs. And, the wait staff made sure to check on us frequently. All in all, one of the most reasonably priced resort properties I've visited in warm climates.