A major new resort project is coming to Grand Cayman from one of the Caribbean’s most innovative developers.
Fast-expanding developer Howard Hospitality Group has announced the development of a new $285 million project on the former Pageant Beach site in Grand Cayman, according to a press release.
The 456-room resort will feature seven food and beverage outlets, including a rooftop bar and grill, a rooftop spa and a rooftop infinity pool, along with a movie screening room, a kids’ club and 35,000 square feet of flexible function space.
It will also include six waterfront villas and condominiums available for purchase.
“Our team is thrilled to be a part of such an extraordinary project, especially at a time when tourism and construction in Grand Cayman is so strong, with so much opportunity,” said Howard Sitzer, chairman of HHG. “Pageant Beach has long been an iconic area of Grand Cayman and we are thrilled to submit plans for a resort that will help locals and travelers connect with the natural beauty that exists there.”
The planned five-star resort has not yet been named, but HHG has suggested that the property will feature a “major global hotel flag.”
The Pageant Beach site is set closer to downtown George Town, south of Seven Mile Beach.
HHG is also behind the recently-opened Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman, a 285-room resort on Seven Mile Beach.
HHG also debuted the new “Locale” millennial-focused hotel brand plan earlier this year.