Cayman’s new Rock star

Should I head a few feet offshore and snorkel, assured of at least the 150 foot visibility Grand Cayman is famous for, or just drop onto the sand right here on the beach? Two and a half hours ago I left Miami International Airport, and now my world is flush with the right kind of choices: I’ll consider my options over a (Bacon) Cheeseburger in Paradise at the resort’s casual restaurant “5 O’clock Somewhere” puns fully intended.  I’ll take the closest of the resort’s three pools and swim up and order, after all, variety is the spice of life.

This Margaritaville Beach Resort, embracing the warm Caymanian culture, is the latest offering from the boss of laidback beats. Jimmy Buffet’s first full-service Caribbean destination resort delivers what is a perfectly casual-luxe vacation. With the multimillion-dollar renovation of the lobby and all 285 rooms expected to be complete before you can finish the lyrics to Too Drunk to Karaoke and start planning your stay, you’ll want to start packing. All kidding aside, the completion is anxiously being anticipated within the next  couple of months, but booking now could yield you a bargain.

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