by Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
Le Soleil d’Or offers a unique boutique resort experience for families visiting Cayman Brac. The main buildings are located just across the street from its private beach, on a 20-acre organic farm. There are various accommodation types to choose from including suites, cottages, villas and even a farm lodge. Suites all have satellite television and full kitchens that are pre-stocked with complimentary juice, yogurt and other snacks. Amenities in the cottages, villas and the lodge vary, but may include a private pool, a deck, hammocks, sofa bed, Blu-Ray player, gaming console and more. High chairs and cribs are available with advance notice.
The hotel has a restaurant that utilizes ingredients grown at the organic farm, and offers meal-inclusive rate packages. Private chef service is also available. The property features a swimming pool, a spa, a fitness center, a tennis court and a basketball court. All reservations include complimentary bicycle rentals, use of beach towels, cabanas and beach chairs, farm tour and airport transfers. Parking and Wi-Fi are free.
Our Editor Loves
- Meal-inclusive option
- Multi-room accommodations
- Organic farm
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
We stayed at Le Soleil D'or for 5 nights over Christmas. Was a fantastic place to stay. They provided all fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, milk, yogurt, cookies. The beach cottage was wonderful. Probably one acre of private property with private pool, cabanas beach chairs, etc.
Kitchen was fully stocked with equipment. Washer Dryer available. Bathroom was huge with large heavenly bath tub.
The farm is great as they have all the fresh fruits and vegetables you need. No need to import.
The beach club was shut down but is well-maintained and available for use. Large pool, beach cabanas, very nice restroom facilities.
The Staff was very hardworking and catered to our every need. The Chef, cooked great food. We liked everything except the fish and ships, good taste but I was expecting a white flaky fish, not a swordfish.
We did hikes on the island. We did not snorkel but mainly because I had a shoulder injury.
We would definitely visit again.
Just returned from Cayman Brac... the Soleil seems to be offering lodging only and is largely shut down. It may be closed altogether. The talk on the island is that something has happened. Strongly recommend you research the latest news on this hotel and call them personally.