Two of the Caribbean’s leading luxury resorts are planning to reopen for the upcoming winter season, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Belmond Cap Juluca Resort in Anguilla and the Belmond La Samanna Resort in St Martin are both scheduled to reopen in the next two months.
Belmond Cap Juluca is planning a Nov. 1 relaunch in Anguilla, which has already reopened for tourism.
With Anguilla’s regulations requiring guests to remain on property for the length of their stay or a maximum of 10 to 14 days, the property has created a new slate of daily programming, from rum tastings to sunrise yoga classes to new amenities like 24-hour In-room dining.
The Belmond La Samanna resort, long the leading luxury hotel on the French side of St Martin, is gearing up for a Dec. 1, 2020 reopening, pending island regulations. (While Dutch St Maarten has been open for tourism since August, French St Martin remains closed).
Belmond La Samanna is launching a similar programming menu, from candlelit dinners in its signature La Cave wine cellar to one-on-one-art classes and sunset sails.
Next year, the property will launch a program where guests can watch baby turtles hatch and make their way out to sea.
For more, visit Belmond.