Deforma Studio designs beachfront property Margaritaville Grand Cayman

Margaritaville Grand Cayman Beach Resort will have 285 guestrooms, a function space, two pools, gym, spa/salon and 1,500 square feet of retail space.

The first renderings and amenity details of Margaritaville Grand Cayman Beach Resort were revealed. The 285-room beachfront property set on the Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman is scheduled to open in December.

Jointly managed by HHG Cayman Ltd. and Trust Hospitality, Margaritaville Grand Cayman Beach Resort is designed by Deforma Studio of Miami, with design counsel provided by The McBride Company.

Margaritaville Grand Cayman Beach Resort draws inspiration from the lyrics and lifestyle of Jimmy Buffett. Upon completion, there will be an open-air lobby with a beach color scheme, lounge seating, and a “License to Chill” bar.

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In addition to the License to Chill lobby bar, the beachfront resort will also have a Margaritaville Coffee Shop, Banana Wind Café with panoramic ocean views, a swim–up bar at the main pool and a charcuterie. The property’s signature restaurant will be named YARA, which means “place” for the Caribbean’s Indigenous Taino people.

Margaritaville Grand Cayman Beach Resort will have 285 guestrooms, a function space, two pools, gym, spa/salon and 1,500 square feet of retail space.

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