Margaritaville in Grand Cayman Offers Agents Chance for Two-Night Stay

Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman

Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman, located on a private cove at the beginning of the island’s Seven Mile Beach, is offering travel agents the chance to take in the Caribbean sunshine with a two-night complimentary stay for two. 

Available now through December 2018, the offer will allow travel agents to learn more about the new beach resort recently added to Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands' hotel inventory. 

Travel agents looking to extend their trip can enjoy a special rate starting at $189 per night from now to  April 1, or rates starting at $139 per night from April 2  to December 20 with resort fees waived. For reservations, please contact [email protected]. Agent accreditation is required at the time of booking.


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Currently in soft opening and on track for completion in March 2018, Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand has a "casual-luxe" design inspired by the lyrics and lifestyle of singer, songwriter and best-selling author Jimmy Buffett. 

As part of the resort’s soft opening phase, its four pools, retail store, water sports desk, License to Chill Lobby Bar, Margaritaville Coffee Shop, 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill, and signature restaurant, YARA, are now open. Once fully complete in March, the property will also feature meeting and function space, a fitness center and Banana Wind Café.

Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman opened earlier this year and is already gaining favor with both girls’ and guys’ getaways. Margaritaville Beach Resort is part of the Howard Hospitality group, which is redeveloping the former Pageant Beach site in Grand Cayman.


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