Cobalt Coast Resort
Grand Cayman, Caribbean
Escape the crowds to small, quiet Cobalt Coast Resort where you’ll have easy access to world-class diving and be close enough to the action and excitement of Seven Mile Beach and George Town to satisfy shoppers and partiers. Weather permitting, great shore diving is also available to guests on the house reef, and the fabulous North Wall is just a short swim away.
Cobalt Coast Beach Resort is in Grand Cayman—the largest and most populated of the three Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman is located in the Caribbean about 200 miles south of Cuba. Flights are readily available from major airports worldwide. Visitors can choose from accommodations and experiences ranging from small resorts where dressing for dinner means putting on your flip-flops, to luxurious high-rises with fine dining and shopping at designer boutiques. Cobalt Coast Resort is located on a small bluff in West Bay overlooking the beautiful Caribbean.
For singles, friends, couples, or families diving together, this small resort offers big-time options for rooms—from budget-friendly garden rooms to two-bedroom suites. And if you’re feeling indulgent, splurge on one of the penthouse Mermaid Suites with a private Juliette balcony overlooking the Caribbean. A pool, jetted hot tub, and elevated beach area with umbrellas provide options for relaxing. And the dive shop, diving, dining, and enjoying drinks at the intimate bar are just steps away.
Cobalt Coast Beach Resorts considers themselves as a “Small Resort with Big Resort Guest Amenities”. These amenities include the waterfront Reef Divers shop, shore diving staging area with rinse tanks, pool and jetted hot tub, elevated beach area with lounge chairs, al fresco dining area overlook the pool and Caribbean, Duffy’s Bar (open for lunch, dinner, and evenings for beverages, sandwiches, appetizers, and small meals), front desk offers assistance with car or scooter rentals and information about tours and tourist attractions, and a brand new meeting/conference room.
The best of Grand Cayman’s northern and western dive sites with lush coral reefs teeming with marine life are short boat rides away from Cobalt Coast Resort. Warm tropical waters make exploring more than 200 iconic sites like the Kittiwake and Stingray City comfortable year-round. And Reef Divers’ personalized valet services take the work out of diving so guests can enjoy underwater experiences at their own pace.
Cayman Islands diving is mostly current-free, which is optimal for new divers, divers who choose to move at their own pace, and underwater photographers who might want to spend their entire dive at one location, waiting for the perfect shot.
Photographs courtesy of Cobalt Coast Resort