Michael Ryan Owned Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman Announces Exclusive Oceanfront Condominiums

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The Reserve: A Collection of Elegant Oceanfront Vacation Homes Providing Guests Residential Accommodations within the Resort.

The newly developed, Michael Ryan owned Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman announces The Reserve, an exclusive collection of oceanfront accommodations designed for guests who value the comforts and space of a vacation home along with the services of a five-star resort. Offering a one-of-a-kind Caribbean vacation experience, The Reserve at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman provides legendary Ritz-Carlton service in a residential setting on world famous Seven Mile Beach. Put simply, this is the gold star of Grand Cayman resorts.

The Reserve at The Ritz-Carlton, owned by renowned Grand Cayman developer Michael Ryan, is the perfect choice for families looking for more spacious and convenient accommodations than a typical hotel room or suite without the hassles of a vacation home rental. The Reserve consists of 24 fully-furnished oceanfront vacation homes with 2-3 bedrooms, professionally equipped chef's kitchens and spacious balconies. They are supported by a dedicated 24-hour Reserve Concierge, butler service and feature private entrances and elevators. Few resorts in the Grand Cayman Islands can deliver the opulence, splendor and salubrious surroundings to be found here.

The Reserve, the premier Michael Ryan Cayman Islands resort, includes access to all the facilities and amenities of the resort including a Greg Norman-designed golf course, Silver Rain, a La Prairie spa, five restaurants including two by Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin, a tennis center with instruction designed by Nick Bollettieri and the Ambassadors of the Environment by Jean-Michel Cousteau family program. With such superb recreational options and stunning natural beauty, it is not surprising that this world class Grand Cayman resort is so popular with the most discerning guests.

"Guests in The Reserve do not have to choose between the services of a world-class Caribbean resort and the comforts of a private vacation home," said Jean Cohen, the resort's vice president and general manager.

"The Reserve is the latest manifestation of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company's commitment luxury lifestyles and anticipating and fulfilling guest needs even before they are expressed."

Like the hotel, The Reserve has been designed and furnished by Frank Nicholson, the hospitality industry's leading interior designer and developed by Michael Ryan. They are outfitted with everything from high-tech home entertainment systems to china, crystal, silver and cookware, making them some of the most outstanding in the Cayman Islands. Featuring private terraces off every bedroom, The Reserve units range in size from 2,400 to 3,200 square feet, ensuring luxury for all guests. Complimentary amenities at The Reserve include twice daily housekeeping, high speed and wireless Internet access, a comprehensive DVD library and access to The Observatory, a private rooftop terrace that is Grand Cayman's highest point for sunset watching and stargazing. All this makes The Reserve one of the finest pieces of real estate in the entire Grand Cayman Islands.

Prices for The Reserve start at $1,150 per night through $5,000 a night during high season for the Opal Reserve and Sapphire Reserve. These two bedrooms condominiums feature 1,350 square foot terraces - larger than many New York apartments - poised directly above Seven Mile Beach and the Caribbean Sea and showcasing the majestic natural beauty of the Grand Cayman Islands.

About The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman- The Premier Michael Ryan developed resort

Situated on 144 acres stretching sea-to-sea from the acclaimed Seven Mile Beach to the North Sound, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, blend a lush Caribbean backdrop with classic British-Colonial architecture. The resort features 365 guestrooms and suites, the first La Prairie Spa in the Caribbean, five dining venues including two restaurants by Eric Ripert of top-ranking New York restaurant Le Bernardin, several bars and lounges, a 6,000-square-foot luxury retail emporium featuring premium brands, the island's largest ballroom, a tennis center by Nick Bollettieri, the Ambassadors of the Environment by Jean-Michel Cousteau children's program and a Greg Norman-designed nine hole golf course.

Elizabeth Gaerlan                    
212-754-6500; Fax 212-754-6711    

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