Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has officially reopened its resort on the island of Anguilla, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences relaunched operations on Nov. 19.
It’s the second Four Seasons resort to reopen in the Caribbean, following this month’s relaunch of the Four Seasons Resort Nevis.
The 181-room resort has a mix of 70 rooms, 50 suites, 24 villas, 24 townhomes and 33 residences.
That’s along with amenities like an 8,100-square-foot spa, an NBA-regulation basketball court and 1,000 feet of beachfront on Barnes and Meads Bay.
Anguilla reopened for tourism in August.
This month, the island entered the next phase of its reopening that included the relaunch of select hotels and resorts. (That includes several that have already reopened, including Belmond Cap Juluca, the CuisinArt Resort and Tranquility Beach, among others).
Travelers still must apply to visit Anguilla (you can find more information on that here), either coming for “quick dips” of five days or less or choosing extended stay options of up to three months, with a tiered pricing structure for visitors depending on their length of stay.
Anguilla has also launched a program that can allow remote workers to stay for up to a year on the island.
For more, visit Four Seasons.