By the Caribbean Journal staff
Cooper Island is open again.
The beloved Cooper Island Beach Club in the British Virgin Islands, which had already rebuilt and reopened over the summer, has officially reopened for the season.
The family-owned eco-hotel, long a Mecca for sailors in the archipelago, has 10 beachfront rooms.
But for a boutique hotel, the amenities are vast, including a spectacular restaurant, a brewery and, most famously, a rum bar with one of the region’s largest collections of cane spirits.
If you’re planning on visiting for the day, Cooper Island’s eatery is serving lunch and dinner, while its Coffee Box cafe is open every day from 8 AM to 4:30 PM.
For more, visit Cooper Island.