One hotel Manager said guest numbers are piling up as Pirates Week is ready for take off in Grand Cayman.
With international artists and fans of the celebrations who say they are relaxing in their hotel rooms, ready and waiting to pull on their costumes, Holiday Inn Manager Lorne Greene said the numbers of visitors for last years celebrations, are no match when comparing figures for last year visitors.
“Just speaking from here I know it’s for sure in the hundreds I know on mass it’s gotta be in the thousands looking for additional things to do and what’s pirates week all about and just the phone calls itself, folks that are looking for what other information do we have so there’s a really good momentum this year,” Mr. Greene said.
Cayman 27’s Mario grey has more on this report.
There are several street closures this week due to the Pirates Week festivities…
Tonight (10 November) Harbour Drive’s north-bound lane will be closed starting at 6 p.m. and lasting until 6 a.m. Friday 11 November.