By the Caribbean Journal staff
A major new luxury residential resort project is coming to Grand Cayman.
It’s called the Dolphin Point Club, and the new luxe development will set at the edge of Cayman’s world-famous Seven Mile Beach.
Dolphin Point Club will be located on an oceanfront site just past the northern end of Seven Mile Beach, at the tip of Grand Cayman’s North West Point.
The project comes from the same development team that developed Grand Cayman’s popular Caribbean Club and, more recently, the Rum Point Club Residences.
The boutique development will include a total of 42 residences ranging from one to four residences that will include optional rental pool inclusion — a residential resort model like the popular Caribbean Club.
Amenities at Dolphin Point Club will include a rooftop restaurant and bar (including room service), along with a private gym with infrared sauna; a club room with a pool table, a communal roof garden, a children’s splash pad, a dog park and a centerpiece 110-foot-long infinity pool.
The property will boast access to Doplhin’s Point cove, a private, sandy-bottom lagoon that includes swim-out access to shore dive sites like Bonnie’s Arch, Orange Canyon and Dolphin Point Deep, all of which are among the top dive sites in what is one of the Caribbean’s greatest diving destinations.
The property has already launched sales on two of its penthouse units, including a two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom option and a massive three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence.
Every unit will include panoramic, hurricane-rated windows, large glass balconies and an emphasis on natural light all day long, according to developers.
Top local broker Kim Lund says the new project is “a truly unique new development” in Grand Cayman.
“This real estate investment opportunity is leveraging and improving on the success of the well established business model used for the Caribbean Club on Seven Mile Beach – which has proven to be an exceptional residence for capital appreciation and rental investment for those who bought in early,” Lund said in a statement.
Indeed, the sophistication, development and ease of transport that make Grand Cayman one of the best places to live in the Caribbean also make it one of the Caribbean’s top residential resort destinations — combining the comfort of condos and residences with the amenities of resorts.
For more, visit the Dolphin Point Club.