The condo was as advertised and more. There was plenty of room for our family of 5 with everything you need to feel like you are living at home. The pictures do not do the condo enough justice as it is much bigger than it looks. The location cannot be beat! Right across from Rum Point beach and the Wreck bar and grill. Adela was fantastic with the directions to the condo, things to do, places to go, restaurants to try and is very quick to respond to any inquiries.
Rum point beach is a great place to relax and unwind. Definitely not as busy as Seven Mile and at least to me, felt very safe. The Wreck Bar and Grill serves good food and even better drinks. Just wish they were open in the evenings. Grill closes at 5pm and bar at 6pm. The snorkeling at Rum Point is good, but for better snorkeling you need to head NW from the pier about 200 yards where you will see a red and a white buoy. We also went to Barrier Reef (recommended by Adela) and it was fantastic! About a 10 minute drive from the condo heading east. Definitely worth checking out if you like to snorkel. In addition to the Wreck bar, we went to Kaibo bbq on Tuesday night which had good food and great entertainment. For our wedding anniversary, my wife and went to Kaibo upstairs which was fantastic and I highly recommend if you are looking for something a little more upscale for a change of pace. Our first night on Grand Cayman we went to the Calypso Grill which is NE of Georgetown. The restaurant lived up to the great reviews we had read and is worth the drive (about 75 minutes) from the condo. We also went to Over the Edge restaurant on several occasions. About 5 minutes east of the condo with the food being good and at reasonable prices for Grand Cayman. Additionally, we went to Chesters which wasn't that great, but it could have been bad timing (mid afternoon) and Kurtz Corner which was pretty good. We visited Turtle Farm. Very cool to see, hold and swim with the turtles but it felt like it was a mini Sea World. Lastly we did an afternoon excursion with Nicks Private Charters and were fantastic.
Some tips: 1) Rent a car, really no other option for getting around. 2) Visit Sting Ray City on a Sunday, no cruise ships (at least that is what we were told by our guides that took us). 3)Take Adela's advice and get some groceries when you first leave the airport. 4) Bring mosquito spray! Some in the condo, but you can't have enough. Take it with you to restaurants when you will be sitting outside