It is always green where it is lush. In the Caribbean, the developers

of the Bluff in Cayman Brac are doing their best on ecological and

luxury matters. Upon final approval of local authorities, DLZ Real

Estate Holdings is going to build a 215-acre mixed-use luxury property

at the northwest tip of the Bluff. A five-star quality 125-room

boutique hotel and luxury private residences are the project's

foundation. As reported by the Caymanian Compass, the Cayman Island's

leading newspaper, the project is being presented to the local planning

department for final approval later this year.

The Bluff will leave as light of a footprint as possible ecologically.

Solar energy and a water-reclamation system will be implemented. The

overall plan, while being sumptuous, leaves the majority of the land

undisturbed. The resort community will blend into the community with

onsite educational programs and special eco-tours. With a restaurant,

an amphitheater and an observatory as part of the development, there

will be new job openings in the area.

The luxuriously appointed boutique hotel will feature 125 guestrooms,

with eight-floor plans, ranging from a standard room up to a 6,000

square-foot suite. The lavish suite also has approximately 2,400 square

feet of exterior space. Each room has a private plunge pool. A

five-star decorum will permeate throughout the Bluff in Cayman Brac.

The spa will be an integral part of the five-star amenities, a

20,000-square-foot center offering therapeutic and replenishing body

treatments as well as enlightening classes geared toward long-term


Amenities on the resort will include infinity edge pools; personal

attendants; a fine-dining restaurant; indoor and outdoor lounges;

flexible meeting spaces, special event and retail spaces and various

water-related activities, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, sports

fishing, and more. Wall diving and rock-climbing endeavors will be

there for the intense-adventure seekers, as well as abundant hiking,

walking, and bicycling trails.