The Cayman Islands’ “Worry Free Hurricane Guarantee”

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Photo by Joe Pike

With an unpredictable hurricane season around the corner, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism aims to give its visitors peace of mind with the destination’s “Worry Free Hurricane Guarantee.” 

The guarantee is a promise made by on-island partners to cover any cancellations made prior to arrival and compensation if vacation time is cut short due to inclement weather during a Cayman Islands getaway.

In anticipation of an active hurricane season, the destination launched its annual Worry Free Hurricane Guarantee in an effort to put travelers’ minds at ease, knowing they can book a getaway to the Cayman Islands and receive cancellation coverage in the event of a storm, according to a Cayman Islands Department of Tourism news release.

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The Worry Free Guarantee includes a full refund of accommodation fees at participating hotels, condos and villas island-wide, with a maximum one-night penalty at most for cancellations made up to 48 hours prior to check-in as soon as a hurricane watch is issued by authorities.

Additionally, many properties on-island are offering a free replacement stay throughout the summer months, allowing guests to rebook for the same duration as the initially-booked stay, regardless of how many days were affected by a hurricane or storm.

An array of hotels, condominiums and villas across Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are participating in the Worry Free Hurricane Guarantee.

This program is available only through participating hotels and resorts. For a list of properties and their respective policies, click here. For detailed property guarantees, visit the individual property's websites or contact them directly.

Visit www.visitcaymanislands.com

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