As another year winds down and we are about to turn the pages on the calendar to welcome a new year, it’s time to think about how you are going to celebrate. Food, bubbly, music and dancing all come to mind, as well as atmosphere and location. Make this year the time to turn off the TV, get up off the couch and head out for an elegant party evening. What’s the best place to celebrate, and how can you make your New Year’s Eve dreams come true?
Here’s a great idea: Say farewell to 2018 and ring in the New Year in style with waterfront fine dining at a romantic restaurant in the Cayman Islands. In other words, celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Masquerade Gala Ball 2019 at Grand Old House, a former plantation house established in 1908, situated alongside the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Start assembling your wardrobe now for the chic and classy attire you’ll want to wear for this elegant gala. Get ready to enjoy some of the best food in the Cayman Islands on this night of revelry and fun. Arrive for the reception, followed by dinner, and after dinner, take to the dance floor until the wee hours as you move to the eclectic musical mix of the islands’ top DJs.
Your pre-set Grand Old House New Year’s Eve in the Cayman Islands will start at 8:30 p.m. with a reception that includes a glass of Bollinger Champagne. This will be followed by a special four-course New Year’s Eve menu and then live entertainment until 1 a.m. Pre-order a bottle of Champagne for toasts throughout the evening and to ring in 2019 at midnight. Included in the New Year’s Eve package are masks and party accessories, so all you need to do is show up – and bring along your friends to celebrate with, or make new friends during the party!
Cayman Islands New Year’s Eve is always spectacular – given the Caribbean locale, the fine dining, the friendly people and the most elegant waterfront restaurant in the Cayman Islands. This combination means revelers enjoy the best of all worlds, including pleasant tropical weather, waterfront views and fresh local ingredients.
Mark your calendar – Dec. 31 – and make your plans for a fantastic holiday celebration. What better time to visit the Cayman Islands and welcome in the New Year, or, of course, if you are already resident on island, c’mon over to popular Grand Old House. The excitement is already building, and the fun is already ensured with this top-rate masquerade gala ball. Start with Champagne and then head to your four-course dinner. Don’t forget to wear your dancing shoes because you’ll be twirling away while DJs spin your favourite tunes. There’s no better way to say Happy New Year!