November 10, 2008

Business As Usual at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman Following Hurricane Paloma

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is open for business as usual following Hurricane Paloma, reported John Dravinski, general manager for the resort.

The hotel incurred no damage and is fully operational. Recovery teams surveyed the property and reported only fallen trees, limbs and debris, which have been removed to ensure returning guests can enjoy the hotel's celebrated brand partnerships, amenities and service.

"We are fully prepared to offer our leisure and group customers the same exceptional experience they have come to expect from The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman," said Dravinski. "I encourage everyone with plans to visit our award-winning resort to go ahead with their trip, as our ladies and gentlemen are looking forward to welcoming them," he added.

About The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

Spanning 144 acres sea to sea from Seven Mile Beach to the North Sound, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman unites the top names in every field to offer its guests one-of-a-kind experiences with the Seven Wonders on Seven Mile Beach. The resort features 365 guestrooms and suites, Silver Rain, a La Prairie Spa, five dining venues including a restaurant by Eric Ripert of top-ranking New York restaurant Le Bernardin, the island's largest ballroom, a tennis center by Nick Bollettieri, Ambassadors of the Environment by Jean-Michel Cousteau family program and Blue Tip, a Greg Norman-designed nine-hole golf course. For more information, visit