By the Caribbean Journal staff
One of the Caribbean’s coolest places to stay is making its triumphant comeback from last year’s hurricanes
The Cooper Island Beach Club in the British Virgin Islands has announced plans to reopen on April 1.
The reopening will include guest rooms, the hotel’s restaurant, its boutique, its famous rum bar, coffee shop and microbrewery “all open for business,” according to a statement.
The property, which is also quite popular with boaters, has a total of 10 beachfront rooms.
For more information, visit the Cooper Island Beach Club.