Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman Opens for Reservations

Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman’s "License to Chill Bar"

Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman, the anticipated multi-million-dollar renovation project situated in the heart of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands on Seven Mile Beach, has announced that reservations are officially open. 

Travelers booking online at will be among the first to experience the 285-room destination resort with stays beginning after February 4. Nightly rates start at $229, depending on room type. 

A complete soft opening in early 2017 will include the first 109 guest rooms, the resort’s main pool, and the resort’s signature steakhouse, YARA. The exact soft opening date for these aspects will be shared in the coming weeks, but Travel Agent was told everything will be ready by Feb. 4. 


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Accommodations incorporate casual-luxe furnishings, including crisp white bedding, accented glass and teak finishings. In addition, sleek, tropical-inspired designs are found accompanied by subtle maritime accents, natural rock and wood materials, and colorful accessories. 

Guest rooms have work desks, walk-in showers or tubs, 55-inch LCD TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi and data ports, irons and ironing boards and Keurig coffee makers.

The resort’s 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill is now open during the resort’s soft opening phase, which will soon be followed by its License to Chill Bar and Margaritaville Coffee Shop. 


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