Morritt's Resort in the Cayman Islands Undergoes $4 Million Upgrade

Morritt's Tortuga Club
Morritt's Tortuga Club 

Morritt's Resort on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, is refurbishing Morritt's Tortuga Club and has given a makeover to Morritt's Grand Resort in celebration of the property's 25th anniversary. The $4 million project adds new luxury suites at Morritt's Tortuga Club and enhances the rooms at both properties with new amenities.

At Morritt's Tortuga Club, new luxury suites are currently under renovation which will feature spacious interiors, sophisticated décor with elegant finishes and state-of-the-art conveniences. Enhancements are being made to the Guilford Building at Morritt's Tortuga Club and the Georges and Florence buildings at Morritt's Grand Resort.

A sample of the upgrades made in the kitchens at both resorts include white acrylic doors, black granite countertop, mosaic backsplash, new 30-inch tainless steel glass-top stove with microwave/exhaust fan above, large stainless steel refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, stainless steel dishwasher and fresh coats of paint. 

Other enhancements include new sofa sleepers offering optimum comfort, new drapes, new sliding doors, removal of all carpets and addition of new flooring, updates to all exterior lighting on each patio, removal of all glass door enclosures from the bathroom tubs and installation of a curved shower rod and new curtains.

At Tortuga Club, bathrooms in one-bedroom units will feature new tubs, toilet (changed to a water saver type) and vanity while two-bedroom units will have a stacked washer and dryer. 

In the Georges Building, additional refurbishments include new furniture in the living room, master bedroom and dining room, twin bedrooms have been converted to a guest bedroom with a king size bed, new bedding for all rooms, all kitchen and bathroom cabinets have new hardware and all bathroom accessories have been replaced with the addition of a wall mount magnifying mirror. Units in the Florence Building will soon feature new dining room and living room sets as well as new furniture in the master and twin bedrooms.

Morritt's Tortuga Club - the original Morritt's playground - was the first of the Morritt's resorts. The property combines a welcoming ambiance with upscale accommodations and outstanding customer care, featuring 131 existing units that offer colorful living and dining areas, fully-equipped kitchens and balconies overlooking breathtaking scenery.