The largest luxury suite in the Caribbean opens its door at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman


The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman has unveiled its new and exclusive Grand Cayman Penthouse suite – now also the largest luxury hotel suite in the Caribbean. The new suite was launched to coincide with the resort’s ten-year anniversary.

Spread over 8,000 square feet suite overlooks the ocean from its location on the seventh floor of the resort’s south residential tower and offers all the ultra-luxurious amenities you can think of. Guests can enter the suite via a private elevator and ushered into a vast, luxuriously appointed space with panoramic views of the Seven Mile Beach. The Penthouse offers 3 bedrooms that can occupy up to 8 guests, a full kitchen, a regal dining room area for up to 12, a private library, private cinema, a fire pit, private outdoor shower and a wrap-around outdoor terrace space. The suite’s lush bathroom features large marble baths with separate rain-shower and tub, an oversized soaking tub, double sinks and a powder room, built-in TV in bathroom mirrors, oceanfront views and Asprey Bath amenities.

The Penthouse offers signature luxury experiences including access to their private beachfront cabanas, hand-selected cinema and entertainment options based on the guests’ preferences, complimentary high-speed wireless internet, thoughtfully curated dining options and a selection of hand-picked wines by the resort’s award-winning Sommelier. The Penthouse guests will also have access to the services of a personal assistant who will ensure the guests’ needs are catered to.

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Designed by The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry from Atlanta, Georgia, the suite takes inspiration from the island’s crystal blue waters and sparkling sands. The penthouse is decked in a soft color palette of deep blues and greens, and with furnishings made of Bolivian rosewood. The suite also features Volakas floors and stones like Gascogne Blue Limestone, Azul Macauba and Cipollino Cremo Tirreno marble – that highlight the natural beauty of the island. Fabrics and furniture used include shagreen pattern embossed leathers, sea fan-inspired hand-knotted silk and wool rugs, leather upholstered walls and rich linens, silks, and velvets in colors of the sand and ocean to make each space rich and alluring as well as warm and inviting.

[ Via : Luxurytravelmagazine ]