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Southern Cross Club


Located on Little Cayman Island, about 400 miles South of Miami, the Southern Cross Club was founded in 1958 when Little Cayman boasted a population of just 12 people. The island now has a bustling population of just over 100. If you dream of escaping to a place with world class diving, fishing, peace and relaxation, few places in the world can compare with the charm, comfort and hospitality of the Southern Cross Club.

The casually sophisticated Southern Cross Club, Fish and Dive Resort is Little Cayman's oldest original resort, offering a top-rated, professional in-house diving and fishing operation. The Southern Cross Club property has an untraditional layout featuring 12 spacious ocean-view beachfront bungalows.

Little Cayman continues to be one of the least developed, safest, and easily accessible tropical islands in the western hemisphere. The lure of the island, besides its seclusion, is in its wide variety of marine life, the proximity of its dramatic, warm water, and pristine natural barrier reefs. Diving Little Cayman's Bloody Bay Wall is a journey into one of the healthiest, accessible reef
environments in the world, and a Mecca for divers everywhere.

Along with diving, Southern Cross Club's beach-based location provides flats fisherman with access to Bonefish and Permit just minutes from the resort. Many of
our guests are repeat customers who have become friends, and who often describe Southern Cross Club's environment as "barefoot luxury."

Property Information:
Beach: Yes
Pool: No
Golf Course: No
Casino: No
All Inclusive: No
Family Friendly: No
Internet Access: Yes

Hotel Type: Hotel and Resort

Price Range Per Night: $201 - 324

Contact Information:
Address: South Hole Sound, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands
Country: Cayman Islands

Phone 1: (619) 563-0017 or Toll Free (800) 899-2582
Phone 2:
Toll Free:

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