April 3, 2014 | 8:36 am | Print
Some countries are culinary destinations; some islands are culinary destinations; and some hotels are culinary destinations. The Caribbean is full of such hotel properties — the ones that view cuisine as integral to hospitality (and sometimes even more than that). These are the places where the food alone is worth the trip. It’s time for our second annual list of the Best Caribbean Hotels For Food, and this time, we’ve expanded it to bring you even more terrific culinary retreats.
Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman
Blue by Eric Ripert, the hotel’s flagship restaurant, is just the beginning. There is Periwinkle, the resort’s Italian eatery; Seven, perfect for brunch; Taikun, a world-class sushi spot. As you can see, there is a culinary world all right on the beautiful Seven Mile Beach.