Sometimes, when work is tough, and the demands on you are many, the best thing you can do is pack up your suitcase and take a break that will allow you to rest and recharge in luxury. Of course, before you can do that you need to decide where to go, something that our post on the Cayman Islands below can help you with.
The Cayman Islands make a great place in which to take a break from work because they are the ultimate tropical getaway. In fact, if you love gorgeous sandy beaches, palm trees, and crystal clear, warm ocean, as well as plenty of opportunities to spoil yourself and relax.
Of course, to have the best stay possible, you will need to pick the right accommodation, something that the section below can help you with.
Where to stay
First of all, there are a wide range of accommodation options to choose from when visiting the Cayman Islands. In particular, some pretty fancy hotels include spa facilities like Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa where you can treat yourself to a massage, facial, or manicure during your stay or as a day visitor.
Alternatively, if you are looking to maintain that luxe feel, but want more freedom condo rentals in the Cayman Islands are something to consider. After all, many come with seafront views and even thatched cabanas on the beach that you can use for in relaxing during the day.
Where to eat
Although, accommodation is not the only thing to bear in mind when you are looking for a luxurious break. In fact, you need to consider where to eat as well, especially if you are planning a more extended stay.
Luckily there are plenty of places within the Cayman islands that can offer top-notch cuisine, including many of the hotels, which have their own exclusive restaurants.
Blue by Eric Ripert is one that you should definitely try if you want to treat yourself, as there you can find such delight as their tasting menu which involves a great deal of fresh seafood with wine choices that are perfectly matched.
Then there is the rather swanky Mizu Asian Bistro + Bar located in The Crescent. There you can feast on a mix of fabulous sushi and other cooked Asian classics all in a stylish and classy environment.
What to do
Lastly, if you want the full luxe experience in the Caymans, you will also need to consider your activities carefully as well. One high-end activity that you are bound to enjoy is to charter a private boat and take it out into one of the many shallow and picturesque bays such as Starfish Point.
Lastly, why not set aside some time to visit the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands? There you will find many fascinating exhibits and can even book yourself a curator lead private viewing.
They also run a lavish gala each year as well that includes dinner, entrainment and the opportunity to wear a fun and fashionable costume. What could be more luxe and high end than that?