A quiet all-inclusive resort on Grand Cayman’s secluded East End, Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman caters well to both families and couples with condo-style accommodations and an impressive selection of water sports (especially scuba diving). It’s a fair value for its often-low rates. The resort is far from any shopping, dining, nightlife, or downtown attractions; the pools are on the small side; the fitness center is lackluster; and the rooms are somewhat dull and dated. However, the property offers a nice white-sand beach with beautiful turquoise water, good on-site snorkeling, two on-site restaurants plus a Subway fast food restaurant, a coffee shop with homemade baked goods, and a basic on-site spa. Accommodation types include studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom condos. All units are beachfront and have excellent ocean views (the views help the Room Quality score, which helps keep the Overall Beach Resort Rating in the middle B range); they come with furnished balconies or patios, kitchens or kitchenettes (the studios have kitchenettes), and living and dining areas (in all but the studios). Activities include on-site snorkeling excursions, jet skiing, guided jet ski tours, scuba diving (various packages available), kayaking, water jet packs, stand-up paddleboarding, and Stingray City boat trips. Nearby attractions on the East End include Wreck of the Ten Sails Monument, Lighthouse Park, and the Blue Iguana Nature Reserve.