Get Married at Kimpton Seafire

Kimpton Seafire Resort was named for the gorgeous sunsets that guests get to witness from the white sands of Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman, a phenomenon that seems to set the sea ablaze. Now imagine saying your wedding vows in front of such a marvel. It’s perfect, and it’s possible!

The resort and spa is the newest on Grand Cayman and in addition to all the natural beauty couples and wedding guests will be witness to, Kimpton Seafire offers something special by way of innovation. Want to get married at the crack of dawn and host a brunch wedding reception for you and yours? Kimpton Seafire has got you covered. Want to do a buffet after you say your vows so your guests can chow down on their choice of delectable island dishes while enjoying the open bar as the sun sets on the Cayman Islands? That can be easily arranged as well.

Kimpton Seafire also offers a “wedding muse” for every couple who gets married at the resort, so no matter how big your wedding wish may be, your muse can make it happen. The resort also offers several options for where to host the ceremony and reception, from the beautiful, high-ceilinged Aurea Ballroom to the picturesque Seabridge Green event lawn that overlooks the sea. Wedding packages even include a discount on spa services for the bridal party, so you can indulge in some high-quality you-time before or after the big day. A bargain at the spa won’t be the only thing you’re giving your bridal party either, almost every room at the resort offers a breath-taking view of the ocean from its own private balcony.

Contact us to lock down this blazing and beautiful location before wedding season gets fully booked!

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