Set on a coastal road about a mile south of George Town, this middle-bracket hotel — whose rooms are divided among a quintet of two-story outbuildings — is Grand Cayman’s “pearl in an oyster.” Accommodations are simple, no nonsense and very comfortable. This place is favored by divers and snorkelers, who appreciate spectacular shore diving and the extensive diving programs.
From thriving reefs to comfortable accommodations, spectacular diving, the world-famous Cathy Church Underwater Photo Center and sumptuous West and East Indian cuisine, Sunset House on Grand Cayman is a diver’s paradise.
For more than 50 years, Sunset House has been the Cayman Islands’ diving headquarters. Whether you choose to shore dive the amazing house reef or explore the assortment of famous wrecks on one of Sunset Divers six custom boats, the diving at Sunset House is sure to leave even the most seasoned divers awestruck.
Designed and operated by divers, Sunset House has 50 guest rooms, including 18 newly renovated ocean-view rooms, two suites and three apartments. (There are also more-economical accommodations with its courtyard class of rooms.)
After a long, fun morning of underwawter adventure, Sunset House's My Bar restaurant and bar has a great outdoor setting for lunch. When you’re back from your afternoon shore dive, join the lively happy hour and relax for dinner at SeaHarvest restaurant. You’ll be surrounded by your fellow divers. At Sunset House, you’re sure to experience the best of Grand Cayman’s dive culture.
Accommodations: Courtyard rooms; three roomy apartments with private balconies, a full kitchen and living room; midrange ocean-view rooms; spacious suites with sofa and bistro table.
Amenities: Award-winning Sunset Divers Dive Operation, SeaHarvest Restaurant, My Bar, outdoor pool, water features, six custom dive boats, nitrox, Cathy Church’s Underwater Photo Gallery, free Wi-Fi