Andi’s Pick: Cotton Tree

March 15, 2013

Cotton Tree: Cayman Islands

First Impression

If you are seeking a holiday apart from the all-inclusive resorts and large crowds of people who are also on spring break look no further than Cotton Tree.  This exclusive group of four pastel-hued, plantation-style beachfront villas is surrounded by pristine nature and is the only boutique hotel located on the islands.

 Location

Cotton Tree is located about thirty minutes from the airport —  just steps away from the Caribbean Sea.  It is highly recommended that if you are planning to stay there, that you also rent a car, as the property does not have a restaurant, nor does it have a swimmable beach.  Plus, if you are wanting to spend time on Seven Mile beach, it is not within walking distance and taxis are expensive.

The Rooms

Each 1600 square foot cottage has two bedrooms and includes all of the comforts and amenities of a fully equipped home, such as spacious living rooms with media libraries of books, music, and DVDs; contemporary furnishings and Egyptian cotton sheets; gourmet kitchens with complete cooking accessories; free Wi-Fi; and daily maid services.

The Bathrooms

Both of the bedrooms have their own en suite spa bathrooms with luxury bath products.  The master bathroom has a rainforest shower and an oversized Jacuzzi.

The Extras

Upon arrival, you will find that your kitchen has been stocked with basic necessities, however if you should require anything else the staff will be happy to go grocery shopping for you.  Cotton Tree makes certain that you have everything you could desire to insure an unforgettable stay with them in this exotic Eden.

Why It Is Andi’s Pick

Steps away from your residence, in the center of the property, are a freshwater pool and hot tub.  If you need a break from the sun, than you can indulge in a massage or facial inside the nearby spa pavilion where you can hear the gentle waves of the Caribbean Sea.  Take some time to stroll the stunning surroundings that are beautifully landscaped with native flora like lime, banana avocado, guava, and mango trees, as well as cotton trees, the hotel’s namesake.  The rocky and lush shores of Cotton Tree’s beach inspire moments of pause, especially at sunset.

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75 thoughts on “Andi’s Pick: Cotton Tree

  1. Emily in Chile

    It looks beautiful, but I think there being no restaurant would kill this place for me. I only ever cook on vacation if I have to for budget or location reasons, otherwise much of the fun is knowing that until I get home, I don’t have to stress over recipes and dirty dishes.

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  2. Elisa

    Those little bungalows are darling! And oh my goodness, I love all the sea-inspired accents, from the pillows to the shells and coral in the bathroom!

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  6. Rosaura

    Hello there,

    I’m Rosaura and I have been looking at your site content for quite a while, yet never have said anything until now. What a beautiful place!!!!

    Many thanks for sharing,
    Rosaura

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