Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman has launched a new all-inclusive offering. Adults can add this on to any existing room reservation or package for just $150 pp, per night.

The resort, which recently completed a top-to-bottom renovation and relaunched its culinary program, has a number of mouth-watering options to choose from. Chef Roy Yamaguchi’s first Caribbean outpost, Eating House 1503, will offer a special menu for all-inclusive guests. A signature “spiked Italian soda” menu at the resort’s Frank + Lola’s, located in the open-air lobby, is a must-try, as well as the homemade pizzas.The brand-new Keys Cafeserves up favorites such as BLT Avocado Toast, Jerk Chicken and Wafflewich, tacos, burritos and many other island-inspired options. Guests can take a cocktail to lounge on the resort’s gorgeous private cove at the beginning of Seven Mile Beach. Or head to the  swim-up 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill for one of the resort’s signature frozen cocktails. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and beverages by the glass at all restaurants and bars are included in the all-inclusive rate, as well as the 15 percent service charge.

However, there’s more than just food and beverage included. From corn hole to snorkeling to kayaking, paddle boarding and bicycling, all are complimentary for guests to enjoy. Floats and tubes are also available for lounging, as well as plenty of chaise lounges both poolside and on the beach.

Rates start at $456.25 nightly for the all-inclusive offering, based on double occupancy, including tax and service charges, for travel through December 19, 2019 ($156.25 is base nightly starting rate for room-only). In addition, up to two children per room, ages five and under, eat free when sharing a room with adults participating in the new all-inclusive option. Kids up to 17-years old will pay half price ($75 pp, per day).

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