Caribbean Four Seasons Anguilla tackles rebuilding challenges By Gay Nagle Myers / January 10, 2018 Share 1 -- The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, scheduled to reopen March 23 following repairs from Hurricane Irma, detailed its rebuilding challenges. "While the logistics of delivering to the island the volume of necessary materials and systems required to complete our repairs have been challenging, we have worked tirelessly and leveraged Starwood Capital Group's strategic relationships around the world to reopen as soon as possible," said Roy Shanholtz, vice president, hotel asset management for Starwood Capital Group, the resort's owner."We recognize our position as the island's largest private employer, and also realize the success of numerous local businesses such as restaurants, air, land and sea transportation providers, local attractions, and more is driven by our guests and we are eager to reopen to bring much needed revenue back to the island."He promised that the resort would be in "the pristine condition that our guests expect, and our employees will be thrilled to welcome them."The resort opened under the Viceroy brand in 2010 and was converted to a Four Seasons in 2016 with 181 rooms.