The WaterColours is a luxury condominium resort property located on the island of Grand Cayman. Situated on world famous Seven Mile Beach, the island’s newest and most exclusive private luxury condominium community is a masterpiece of opulence. With magnificently-appointed living quarters that extend far beyond form and function, every spacious residence is designed to maximize a lifestyle of ease and comfort, all the while exuding sophistication and elegance beyond all imagination. No other accommodation will offer such an outstanding commitment to detail, with features such as exotic marble tiling, rich wood ornamentation, state-of-the-art fixtures and appliances, media room, and a custom built five-star master bath.
Features and Amenities
With only 39 residences, the WaterColours is an intimate enclave. Crowd-less infinity pool, a pristine stretch of quiet beach, and uncompromising security services are just part of the appeal. Extend your stay and your outlook. Only the finest appointments and appliances are incorporated into the residences of the WaterColours… everything you would expect in a home worthy of exceeding a five-star rating. You’ll find glass balconies, kitchens done in marble, granite and rich woods with Wolf, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, unlimited and unobstructed ocean views, high ceilings and marble baths fit for a queen.
The WaterColours provides an inventory of amenities that are unmatched, from the beachfront conservatory, complete with in-house bar, chef’s kitchen, billiards table, and private poolside wine lockers, to the crowdless infinity pool that descends onto a tranquil stretch of pristine beach. Round it out with a comprehensive fitness studio, private massage room, 24-hour discrete security, and owners’ guest suites, and this investment demonstrates the pinnacle of success.
Hidden away in the western Caribbean Sea, 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica, the WaterColours is located on an archipelago of three picturesque islands – Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and the more prominent and decidedly larger Grand Cayman.
First sighted by famed explorer Christopher Columbus on his final voyage to the New World in 1503, The Cayman Islands are named for the Spanish term from crocodile – caiman. Today, the Cayman Islands are still the ultimate destination for the adventurer at heart. Boasting famous Seven Mile Beach, crystal clear Caribbean waters and a near endless variety of marine life, resorts in the Cayman Islands are a tropical paradise for divers, snorkelers, fishermen and water sports enthusiasts alike.