February 28, 2021


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4 Seasons Reopens Resort in Anguilla Caribbean Journal

4 Seasons Hotels and Resorts has formally reopened its vacation resort on the island of Anguilla, Caribbean Journal has discovered. 

The 4 Seasons Vacation resort and Residences relaunched functions on Nov. 19. 

It’s the 2nd 4 Seasons vacation resort to reopen in the Caribbean, following this month’s relaunch of the 4 Seasons Vacation resort Nevis. 

The 181-space resort has a combine of 70 rooms, 50 suites, 24 villas, 24 townhomes and 33 residences. 

Which is alongside with amenities like an 8,100-square-foot spa, an NBA-regulation basketball courtroom and 1,000 ft of beachfront on Barnes and Meads Bay. 

Anguilla reopened for tourism in August. 

This thirty day period, the island entered the future phase of its reopening that incorporated the relaunch of select accommodations and resorts. (That incorporates various that have previously reopened, including Belmond Cap Juluca, the CuisinArt Vacation resort and Tranquility Seaside, among many others).

Vacationers still should utilize to go to Anguilla (you can locate much more information on that right here), either coming for “quick dips” of five days or less or selecting prolonged stay solutions of up to 3 months, with a tiered pricing composition for people based on their duration of stay. 

Anguilla has also introduced a system that can permit remote personnel to continue to be for up to a calendar year on the island. 

For much more, go to 4 Seasons

— CJ