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I just came back from my second stay at the Sibonne. All I can say is that this is the best place to stay on Provo for anyone who wants a clean boutique hotel just steps from the beach. The staff, including Stacy and Dominique...More
This was our second stay at Sibonne. It is in the perfect spot on the beach and within walking distance of several restaurants, shopping, and a grocery store. Everyone is helpful and friendly. Rooms are clean, and they even come around each evening and fill...More
If you are looking for a beautiful beach and friendly people, then this is your place. From the moment you make your reservation feel well taken care of. Sibonne is heaven on earth and far enough away from everything to feel secluded and close enough...More
If you are looking for a reasonably priced [by Provo standards] hotel right on the beach this hotel is for you.
It is by no means luxurious – but basically very clean, plenty of hot water, linen changed frequently and pleasant housekeeping staff.
Sibonne Hotel is the best place to relax and enjoy the sun! The rooms are very accessible, no elevators, just two floors. You don’t need a map because the beach , hotel,, and places to eat all are easy to get to.
Everything works, no...More
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TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've... More
TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've been reading articles online.