Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman goes wireless

By taking full advantage of the latest in technological advances, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman Resort has created the ultimate “surfing” experience by allowing guests to immerse themselves in the Internet without a modem or cable tying them to one location. The Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman Resort has gone wireless with Wi-Fi in 2004, and is the first and only resort to do so in the Cayman Islands.
Upon request, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman Resort front desk issues a guest a username and password to access the wireless system. Once signed in, the guest’s computer or PDA ID is registered as a valid user on the GeoAccess Wi-Fi system and the guest may surf the net for an unlimited amount of time during their subscription period. The service costs $6.00 US per hour or $17.99 US per day - with long term rates also available - and guests are never far away from their business needs, email messages, online shopping, up-to-date sport scores, online dating, etc. Wireless service can also be arranged in all meeting rooms for single or multiple users.

Currently, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman’s main resort, Beach Suites and Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course are Wi-Fi operational, with Rum Point, a secluded beach a boat ride away, soon joining the wireless system in the autumn. The Wi-Fi user only has to look for the “Wi-Fi Here” signs to know they are in designated coverage areas where they can dive into the Internet.