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7 mile beach vs Rum Point vs Cayman Kai - swimming area on beach

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We're traveling to Grand Cayman late April with our (then) 20 month old little one. We've stayed pre-baby at Christopher Columbus Condos on 7 mile beach and loved it but I always like to mix things up a bit. I've found some beautiful condos in Phase II over by Cayman Kai.

My concern is the beach/swimming. I want sandy beaches but also with sandy swimming (small area is fine). My husband and I enjoy snorkeling but for the little one, we want calm, clean waters. And a pool.

I've heard Rum Point is calm but water can be stagnant which obviously is no good. I guess we can stay on 7 mile beach again but price wise, rum point and cayman kai seem to afford us a better condo...suggestions?

Thanks!

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