Few things embody the Caribbean like the graceful coconut palm tree and its delicious fruit. Relive your favorite memories from The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman with dishes like coconut water, coconut shrimp and Bar Jack's Pina Colada.
Our concierge recommends a visit to the shore and waters around the Blow Holes. On windy days, rock formations launch the crashing surf high into the air. And, during low tide when the seas are calm, it makes a memorable spot for snorkeling as well.
Cacti and succulents thrive in the dry Aruban climate, and we incorporate them into our event presentations. They are ideal for your home, as well with a variety of shapes, textures, and colors. They are living works of art.
The various pieces of décor and art featured in our resort are inspired by Aruba’s natural elements. Bring the Caribbean into your home by selecting bright patterns for accent pillows or a selection of vibrantly colored flowers.
Our wedding experts at The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba recommend holding a reception on the beach after sunset. A reception held outdoors in the evening, or indoors in low light, gives you the opportunity to transform space and direct attention with lighting choices of your own.
The Lady Ellen, a replica of classic Caymanian catboats, is an icon at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The first known catboat in Cayman was created in 1904 and quickly became a favorite among fishermen and sailors for its stability and maneuverability.
Chef Josmar Kock's Rose Red Velvet dessert includes mousse, raspberry consommé, sorbet and sweet berries to a romantic end to Aruban meals. To create the consommé, mix 1 pack of raspberries, 2 tbsp sugar, and half of vanilla bean into a vacuumed sealed bag and cook sous-vide at 175° F for 45 minutes. Remove the water bath, strain the juice and let it cool.