By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Caribbean’s lobster capital, Anegada, has been a symbol of the British Virgin Islands’ post-Hurricane-Irma recovery, and now another of the island’s best places to stay has relaunched.
The Neptune’s Treasure hotel, perhaps most famous for its ultra-fresh lobster, has reopened after a rebuilding project.
The property has made a number of significant improvements, from a new tiki bar (twice as big as the original) to the addition of brand new decor to all of the guest rooms and cottages.
“We are here and ready to serve you,” the hotel said in a statement posted on its Web site.
For more information, visit Neptune’s Treasure.