Morritt's Tortuga Club

2289 Queens Highway | East End, Grand Cayman KY1-1800  [SEE MAP]East End, Grand Cayman  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Great value for $

Jun 10th, 2020

We stayed here through a super cheap bookvip deal and although our building was dated, it was adequate. (We dont spend much time there anyway.) We had a full kitchen (see detailed pics for contents of kitchen). Ocean front buildings have been beautifully remodeled but will cost significantly more! Restaurants on property were good as were the ones nearby. We especially enjoyed Big Tree BBQ and Taco Cantina for BOGO Taco Tuesdays and Margaritas. Plus, they shuttle you! The Italian Kitchen is within walking distance as is Subway, a grocery and a liquor store. Resort is located on the quiet side of the island but close to Rum Point (definitely worth going to). As far as transportation, rent a car for $20/day as you will pay that much for 4 people to take the bus to town. We are cheapskates and found it to be the same amount. Walk down to the Car Rental place by the Italian Kitchen, grocery & liquor stores when you arrive and enjoy the freedom. TRUST ME! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A World Away But So Totally Present..

Apr 27th, 2020

It's a rainy day and we are inside and restricted. Time to reflect and whimsically think about my special time last April at the Morritts Grand Resort and Tortuga Club, Grand Cayman. A big birthday was at hand and a group of my dearest friends celebrated with me royally at this lovely timeshare resort on the East Side. The wonderful and caring staff made sure us biddies had the best time, and that we did! Snorkeling, swimming, sunning, exploring the island,excursions eating out,cooking in,drinking at the swim up bar, rubbing shoulders with new friends and enjoying the daily and evening entertainment.. we were free! We lived it to the full and my big birthday was complete, made possible by Morritts and staff, with their beautiful resort spread out on the more quieter side of this idyllic island. Who knew this would all change and life would be different for a while? Incredibly fortunate that we could tuck this in before ports closed and hotel doors shuttered. But we can take heart that this too shall pass and we can once again make a trip to the Grand Cayman and spend a week with Morritts hosting us all the way! Put it on the list why don't you? TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Beautiful Island

Apr 4th, 2020

I have stayed at Morritts over 10 times since 1999 and the resort has been consistently clean and well maintained. Mattresses could be upgraded for a more comfortable night sleep. Otherwise a great experience. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4


Mar 22nd, 2020

this was a very clean, resort we exchanged through interval for a 2 bedroom 3 bath with full kitchen and it was newly remodeled with new appliances and quartz countertops beds were comfy everyone was nice and pleasant diving was not great on east end but having the dive shop and boat at the resort was nice our 14 year old got a few dives in the books visability is amazing due to coronovirus it wasnt busy at all they had daily activites by the pool and music food was ok , we cooked most nights or went to 7 mile beach to eat beach is corally but has lots of fish to see right as you walk out it beautiful its really windy on this side everywhere else is perfect go to rum point, it super fun and has a great sunset its about 20 min north and then go a little farther to starfish point we saw sting rays and starfish in the ocean 7 mile beach about 45 min and worth it, sugary soft sandy beaches that are free and clear bathwater ocean it wasnt busy either we had alot of the beach to ourselves grocery- Fosters is the local market there is one close to the resort not open on sundsays and closes at 7 pm every night i would stop at the fosters by the airportt or the one in savannah on the way to the resort the one by the resort is very small with limited things there is a subway in the wyndam next door and an italian place a few others but not much by the resort and the food is the same in every resort restaurant which were closed alot due to not being busy they charge for electric and mini golf is $10 per person everyone was nice, we werent haggled by time share people either it would be super fun had the virus not halted travel i think 1st time to the island and it was great i would stay here again but next time will try 7 mile beach TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

What a "Dive"

Mar 19th, 2020

This is known as a great divers' resort, which diver's seem to flock to. What I experienced was a tired and dirty resort with poor customer service and money grabbing at every angle. Many of the front desk workers are outrageously rude and condescending. I overheard them making fun of various guests so I brought my camera out to video them and that shut them up. I could not believe that in today's day and age, a resort's staff would act like this. As far as their money grabbing, I have listed a few examples: 1. "Hydro" charge for all electricity used in unit. Watch out as they have meters for each unit. I have been a member of RCI for 20 years and never experienced such an absurd charge. 2. Happy Hour gimmick-I asked for a glass of wine on the HH list and bartender poured somewhat heavy and then double charged me. 3. Restaurant special events-they offered a barbecue buffet for $40/person with food anyone could cook better on their own barbecue at home. We went to Tukka, which is an excellent restaurant down the street and had a fabulous meal for 1/3 the price. Overall, my husband and I went home wondering where does all the resort money go? They certainly do not put money into updating their rooms as we felt like we were back in the 90's. Our room had a extremely filth rug, broken tiles and extremely outdated kitchen. The only good thing I can say is the beach was clean and beautiful! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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