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Sibonne has pluses and minuses. It is clean and the rooms are comfortable but quite small. The bed was very comfortable with good linens. However, our bathroom was seriously outdated and dingy. Reno really needed in the bathroom. It's a very common problem in hotels...More
I arrived at the Sibonne on Feb.18, 2015, and as a habit I check out everything as a security measure. I was in room 206, and the bathroom window which appeared to be locked, I found abolutely not locked. I switched it back and forth,...More
I visited the Sibbone Feb. 8th-the 12th and had the most relaxing time. I loved how quiet and serene the hotel is and well kept. This is NOT a fancy resort and mostly older folks and I loved the no kids as I was here...More
My 2 twenty something sons and I came to Provo this week for 4 nights before going on to Salt Cay where I have been 4 times for idyllic low key vacations. I chose the Sibonne because I had been here for brunch a few...More
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Response from marievr, Guest Relations Manager at Sibonne Beach HotelResponded 20 February 2015
We are very sorry that these guests had an unfortunate incident while staying with us and we are so appreciative that no one was hurt.
Petty crime is very rare at Sibonne. We have secure locks on all doors and windows, and a watchman/guard on...More
We loved the Sibonne. There were four of us my husband and I stayed in the apartment for 5 nights and a balcony room for 2 nights. My friends stayed in a oceanfront room and loved it. I highly recommend the oceanfront and the apartment....More
Response from Marydirish | Reviewed this property |
TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've... More
TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've been reading articles online.