Coral Stone Club in Grand Cayman Launches Two New Rental Units

The Coral Stone Club, located on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, recently created a two-bedroom, two-bathroom category to complement the existing three-bedroom, three-bathroom units.

This new configuration will be available for rent on a nightly basis any time of year, and was introduced to meet market demands. Rates for high season are discounted by 20 percent from $975 to $775 and 30 percent for low season from $595 to $420.

The property will allow the flexibility to lock out either the second or the third bedroom, thereby customizing each arrival to the needs of the guests.

The Coral Stone Club offers transfers from the airport, for six people per unit booked. Ideally suited for families, all beachfront units include a patio or balcony overlooking a zero-entry infinity ledge pool, which is safe for children yet enjoyable for adults.

Guests may walk straight out on Seven Mile Beach or perch higher up for impressive views of the beach and ocean. Local attractions include a turtle farm, Sting Ray City, and the Caribbean's largest man made wave, located within a skate park.



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