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We stayed in one of the upper rooms (212) and in one of the lower rooms (107)...I liked the upper room mainly because the view is a little better. Both rooms were nice,sm fridge,sm coffee pot, mattresses felt firm but feel comfy. Most employees are...More
Sibonne was a great place. Very small which is what we wanted. The beaches are steps away and are gorgeous. Town is relatively close and the restaurant is nice with a great view.
The staff was mediocre when I was there a few years ago....More
We stayed at Sibonne as a last minute option for a friends' wedding. It was the most reasonable choice on the island and had beachfront access. It turned out to be SUCH a gem. Now, let me be clear that this is not the most...More
My husband & I traveled here in July 2014 for a week. And wow, it was such a quaint wonderful time! Such nice staff & a quaint, no-frills hotel. It was small, but that suited us just fine. Had the beachfront room & we just...More
The owner was absolutely amazing. It turned out that we had a problem with booking.com reservation but they managed to solve everything immediately. During our stay in TCI we left a couple of days to fly to other islands other than Provo and they just...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.