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The Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa in Grand Cayman. (Photo credit: Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa)
The Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa in Grand Cayman. (Photo credit: Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa)

The Cayman Islands offer a tropical retreat like no other Caribbean destination and feature a number of nonstop flights from American Airlines, Cayman Airways, Delta, JetBlue, United and Southwest Airlines, beginning June 2017, making it a hassle-free warm-weather destination for clients. Home to three distinctly memorable islands—Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman—the trio of islands features an array of activities from exceptional culinary experiences to off-the-beaten-path adventures suitable for all client needs, lifestyles and budgets.

New for winter, travelers can stay at the new 266-room Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa located on the world-famous Seven Mile Beach. The design-driven property features panoramic views of the cerulean sea, an assortment of accommodation types including everything from cozy beachfront bungalows to oceanfront Junior Suites, six innovative bars and restaurants and more.

Additionally the 285-room Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman coming soon for 2017, also located on Seven Mile Beach, will open its doors to guests as a full-service destination beach resort inclusive of a casual-luxe design. The property is home to three pools, a complimentary kids club, a number of restaurants and bars including a charcuterie and wine bar, plus much more.

Adding to the number of new hotel developments for winter, The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa recently completed phase one of its multi-million dollar renovation including an overall refreshed hotel design, expanded freshwater pool, a new lobby and more. The second part of the property’s renovation will debut in summer and feature a reimagined redesign of its guestrooms and suites.

In addition to experiencing the new and upgraded accommodations, the scenic island trio provides countless opportunities for guests to soak up the sunshine, indulge in the cuisine and experience the destination’s signature “Caymankind” hospitality. From swimming alongside friendly stingrays at Stingray City to discovering Cayman’s deep-rooted history at Pedro St. James to sampling the Cayman Islands’ famous handcrafted and distilled Seven Fathoms Rum at Cayman Spirits Co. to exploring Grand Cayman’s captivating Crystal Caves—this island trio truly caters to clients of all ages and lifestyles.

Adding to its appeal for agents, Cayman Airways offers a 5 percent commission to travel agents and travel specialists can also take advantage of the Cayman Rewards incentive program. Program participants can look forward to receiving invites to special FAM trips and local events, consumer leads, early access to specials and the opportunity to win their share of five cash prizes every month totaling $2,100.

For more information on planning a warm-weather getaway to the Cayman Islands for your clients this season, please go to visitcaymanislands.com.