The Wyndham Reef Resort has long been a favourite among locals as a great place in which to ‘get away from it all’ for a bit of peace and quiet at Grand Cayman’s East End. A friendly and laid-back accommodation, the Wyndham recently reopened to local residents and their rates are definitely worth a look.
Renting out just a small number of units at the Reef side of the resort only, the Wyndham is offering local residents a three night stay in a one bedroom apartment for CI$153.33 per night, a seven night stay in a one bedroom for CI$137.14 a night, a three night stay in a two bedroom unit for CI$200.00 a night and a seven night stay in a two bed for CI$171.43 per night. There is a maximum occupancy in a one bedroom condo of four people and six people in a two bedroom condo. These maximum occupancies will be strictly enforced and only registered guests will be allowed on the premises during booking dates. Rates are valid for stays from 2nd July until 1st September, 2020 and reservations are based on availability at the time of booking. Other restrictions may apply. Rates are valid for residents of the Cayman Islands only who must provide proof of residency during the check-in process, and rates include all fees.
Service at the Resort is limited to give guests the peace of mind to enjoy their beachfront accommodations and facilities with as little person-to-person contact as possible. Changes to the norm include curb-side check-in with the check-in process being completed prior to arrival at the property and a set scheduled time of arrival to make the check-in process seamless. Guests can, of course, expect a clean unit on arrival with Wyndham branded bath and kitchen amenities. There won’t be a daily housekeeping service, but should this be needed, guests will not be allowed to remain in the unit while housekeeping staff are in their unit.
The Resort is offering its guests a beach bar service with a limited food menu, but this will only be available from Thursday afternoon until Sunday evening and all service will be outdoors. Their Coffee Corner and the new Aha Island Art and Gift Shop will be open daily from 7am until 12 noon. As their restaurant will not be fully open until later in the year, guests can pre-order meals the night before. In addition, they have partnered with several restaurants in East End – including Italian Kitchen, Tukka, The Light House, Over the Edge, Caboose (formerly Kirks Corner), Rum Point and Kaibo - which are open and some will provide delivery service.
The Resort said in particular they wanted to assure people of their longstanding commitment to cleanliness and safety for their employees and guests. The management and staff at the Wyndham Reef Resort will continue this commitment during the public health crisis and have enhanced their health and safety guidelines. All of the enhanced guidelines are in accordance with the recommendations of the Cayman Islands Health Authorities, the CDC and the American Hotel & Lodging Associations' new Stay Safe Guideline.
If you have any questions, you can call the Resort at 640-0100 between 9am-5pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org