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Posted by Caribbean World Magazine on 27 August 2019 | 0 Comments

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27 August 2019

CAYMAN ISLANDS (August 22, 2019) - The boutique hotel, Locale, Grand Cayman, is offering travel agents a special opportunity to savor the exciting new property.  

Now, travel agents exploring the island for future client visits can feel the vibe and enjoy a stay at Locale for just US$95 per night through December 20, 2019.
Locale, Grand Cayman - the hip and trendy property in the Seven Mile Beach corridor - opened earlier this year offering 42 guestrooms and an alluring, millennial-friendly vibe. It also welcomes locals to its cool restaurant, Bonfire Urban Kitchen. 
The brand's motto, "Live local, Stay Locale", encourages travelers to explore the local neighborhoods and experience the cultures around them, while fully enjoying the many quality amenities that discerning travelers have come to expect.
Travel agents and their families will enjoy Locale's spacious guest rooms outfitted for a relaxing stay for both work and for play, the picturesque pool deck, and Locale's superb on-site dining at Bonfire.
For off-property explorations, travel agents are a short walk from Grand Cayman's most highly-lauded beaches, as well as shopping, dining and nightlife opportunities. The property is a brief drive from Owen Roberts International Airport.
"We look forward to welcoming travel agents and their families to Locale, Grand Cayman this fall," said Aliya Dunstan, Sales and Marketing Manager of the new select service hotel development. "I know they're going to love the unique offerings our property provides. You truly can't find anything else like it in the Cayman Islands. They will see that our one-of-a-kind brand is just the thing many of their discerning clients are looking for."
"Locale is a modern take on hospitality, and we give the new generation of frequent travelers what they're continuously looking for - out-of-the-box experiences, immersive stays and a hotel that's a destination in and of itself, a hotel that's worth writing home about!" Dunstan added.