Honeymoons and couples getaways find an unforgettable romantic venue at The Pools #12, a one-bedroom, one-bath beachfront condo in Cayman Kai. This exclusive accommodation has its own private swimming pool facing the bright waters of the North Sound, and is within walking distance of two Cayman institutions: Rum Point and Kaibo Yacht Club.
Palm trees shade your private, enclosed swimming pool conservatory and patio dining set. Please let us know in advance if you prefer your personal pool to be warmed for your visit. A $50 surcharge is applied for heating the pool during the summer season (December 15 through April 15); during the winter season, the heat, if requested, is provided at no extra charge.
No matter its temperature, the pool is a wonderful place for a private dip after a day on the beach. And here at The Pools of Cayman Kai, a small-scale resort that is never crowded, your beach lounging options are many. Walk no further than your backyard and find a gorgeous white sand beach lapped by the calm North Sound, plus lounge chairs for sunbathing. Or take a walk to one of the most popular and laidback spots on Grand Cayman—Rum Point. At the Rum Point Club, you can enjoy beachfront cocktails, mingle with locals and visitors, eat fresh seafood, and charter a boat for exploring the dynamic North Sound. Or stay even closer to home and check out Kaibo Yacht Club. For a date night treat, try the fine dining restaurant on the Yacht Club premises, “Upstairs,” serving decadent Caribbean and European cuisine.
Inside The Pools #12, the well-equipped space is open and breezy, with the kitchen, living, and dining areas all flowing into one another. The bedroom is spacious—big enough for a king-sized bed and room to spare. Cable and Wi-Fi keep your entertainment options open for a rare rainy day.
Additional Features: View: BF, Floor: Ground, Pool: Private, Bedding 1: King, Extra Bedding: Sofa Sleeper, Internet: WiFi, Rating: 3, Washer/Dryer: yes, Grill/BBQ: Charcoal, Manager: Thelda, Maid Service: Not included, Air Conditioning: yes