The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla will welcome guests on Nov. 19, following the island's second phase of reopening that begins Nov. 1 for hotels and resorts.
The 181-room resort has implemented the hotel brand's Lead With Care program, a global health and safety program developed in consultation with Johns Hopkins Medicine International for the Covid-19 environment. The program incorporates thorough employee training, advanced food handling procedures with a la carte service and digital menus, enhancements to ventilation systems, use of sanitizers and masks, heightened cleaning and hygiene protocols and limited face-to-face interactions between guests and staff.
The Four Seasons will offer resort credits that vary in amounts depending upon the room category as well as special packages and rates.
Room rates range from $745 per night, double, in a resort-view room to $7,495 per night in a five-bedroom, beachfront villa.
For entry to Anguilla, U.S. travelers must apply through the visitor portal, submit proof of a negative PCR test taken three to five days prior to arrival and proof of insurance that covers Covid-related treatment, take a PCR test on arrival and a second test on day 14 and pay a fee per traveler or family depending upon length of stay.
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