The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman designed by Champalimaud Design

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman has re-opened with an extensive renovation completed by Champalimaud Design. The interiors blend the diverse cultural influences of the Cayman Islands with modern mid-century coastal elegance.

The Silver Palm Lounge featuring a custom display-cabinet with rare rums

The spaces feature a new color identity, featuring deep blues mixed with shades of green inspired by the Cayman’s indigenous flora. The reimagined Silver Palm Lounge features custom built furniture, one of which a hardwood cabinet that displays a selection of rare rums and hand-rolled cigars.

The guest rooms and suites pay homage to the Cayman’s rich history, mixing British West Indian style with natural textures. Most importantly: “An impressive collection of commissioned and collected local artwork fosters a deeper connection with the culture, history, and creativity of Cayman with the goal of creating an immersive experience for guests.”

The Silver Palm Lounge featuring custom furniture and fixtures

Artwork by local artists are displayed throughout the property

Artwork by local artists are displayed throughout the property

Seating lounge area in between reception and suites

Canopy king bed with neutral tones

A suite featuring minimalist furniture with Caribbean flair

Custom furniture with locally sourced materials for the guest suites

Photography by The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

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