What if we told you there is a way to celebrate the winter season without the cold? The short answer – come to the Cayman Islands for a stay at The Residences at Seafire. Here are five reasons why The Residences at Seafire should be your next stop this winter season:

1. Weather

Escape the wintry weather and enjoy endless sunshine when you arrive in the Cayman Islands. The average temperature during the winter season is 83 degrees Fahrenheit; a very tempting reason to escape to this Caribbean paradise!

2. Seven Mile Beach

Not many can say that they have a world-acclaimed beach on their doorstep. Experience our version of powder-white snow: powder-white sand that sparkles along Seven Mile Beach. Whether you choose a calming sunset walk or challenge yourself with a paddleboard yoga class, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.

3. Unparalleled amenities

Seven Mile Beach is not the only amenity at your doorstep when you visit The Residences at Seafire. Located next to a Five-Diamond Award-winning resort, guests and residents have access to the exceptional amenities at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa. Laze around by the pool with a cocktail, play a game of giant chess on the green, or have a “me” day pampering yourself at The SPA at Seafire, it’s your choice! At The Residences, owners and guests enjoy access to The Nest, a rooftop terrace perfect for entertaining or a night of stargazing.

4. Restaurants

Often referred to as the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean,” (source) Grand Cayman is a food lover’s dream. Enjoy not one, not two, but three amazing restaurants located seconds away at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa. Ave, Avecita, and Coccoloba each offer something a little different, whether you are in the mood for a Mediterranean feast or mouthwatering tacos with a side of tequila.

5. Camana Bay

Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about shopping! Camana Bay features shopping, dining, and entertainment, easily accessible from The Residences at Seafire. Head to the lively Town Centre by car or stroll along the beach or cycle down West Bay Road before crossing over the Rise, a new pedestrian path that connects Camana Bay and Seven Mile Beach.

About the author
Sheline Chandi is the Senior Marketing Coordinator supporting Provenance Properties, the exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate in the Cayman Islands, representing luxury homes across Grand Cayman, including developer-owned properties such as OLEA, the first for-sale residential project at Camana Bay, and The Residences at Seafire. A student of the world, Sheline has been educated in the US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Florida and California, most recently obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from UCLA.