By Ava Rosales
The Cayman Islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – how does that jingle go? “Those who know us love us.” To be fully in the know, then you must take a gander at the upcoming debut of Dart’s Hotel Indigo on Grand Cayman, scheduled to greet travelers in the second quarter of 2024. That’s just enough time to secure flights and maneuver vacation time. The location is ideally situated just south of the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, along the Esterley Tibbets Highway. Don’t let the term “highway” evoke visions of hustle and bustle, rather the opposite. It’s more of a calm, open stretch of road that is the major traveling conduit between the airport near Georgetown and West Bay, where you can take a trip to Hell – the famous black, jagged limestone formations, that is. One visit, and you’ll know why the name is so apropos.
Hotel Indigo is the ideal respite to venture from to partake in the natural wonders of Grand Cayman. Just envision yourself and the family, if so inclined, as occupants of one of the 282 exquisitely design-driven guest rooms. After a day frolicking at the beach, strolling through serene urban island settings, dining in some of the finest world-famous gastronomical establishments in the Caribbean, or shopping for that must have memorabilia or island fashion; rest easy that night knowing that your accommodations are having less of an impact on the environment, since the resort will be built to LEED standards. The upper midscale branding boasts an attention to providing a fun and approachable experience with “quality, service, and excellence” as their standard. It’s not too early to begin making your plans for a stay next year at the exclusive Dart’s Hotel Indigo, Grand Cayman – so, let’s go to be in the know and fall in love with the Cayman Islands all over again.