Monday, October 6, 2014

Insiders Guide To Christmas in Grand Cayman

Few people realize that traveling to Grand Cayman, one of the Caribbean's most luxurious destinations , during the holiday season doesn't have to break the bank. 

All photo credits via The Wilbert Group

Santa at Camana Bay, Cayman Islands 

Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, airports are less crowded and hotel rates drop exponentially to the lowest point of the year, making it the most affordable time to visit. 

It starts around the same time that Thanksgiving ends and lasts until five days or so before Christmas, but that doesn't mean travelers have to miss out on holiday fun like photos with Caribbean Santa at Camana Bay.

Hotels tend to drop their rates by as much as 70% between Thanksgiving and Christmas

Grand Cayman Holiday Rates

  • The Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman offers rates starting at $359 a night as well as a complimentary fifth night free through December 15, 2014 compared to $1,159 on December 19, 2014.  
  • The Westin Grand Cayman also offers a fifth night of stay free through December 19, 2014 as well as a $100 resort credit. Rates begin around $265 per night, compared to $739 on December 21, 2014. 

 Travelers who visit this time of year can experience the magic of Christmas at Camana Bay, a sprawling 600-acre family-friendly community situated between Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound on Grand Cayman, without the heavy crowds that pick up closer to December 25th.  

Christmas Moonlight and Movies 

Each year, Camana Bay is transformed into a winter wonderland during the holiday season, starting November 22, 2014 with the annual Christmas Tree Lighting on the Crescent. 

Parents can shop for unique gifts for everyone on their list while visiting Grand Cayman, both at Camana Bay's chic boutiques as well as Georgetown's duty-free shops. 

Additionally, every Tuesday from November 25 - December 23, 2014 special holiday films will be shown during Christmas Moonlight & Movies.

Happy Travels,

Source: The Wilbert Group

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