Anguilla's Malliouhana, Auberge Resorts Collection has received a major facelift and will officially reopen on Dec. 15. The luxury resort, nestled high above Meads Bay and Turtle Cove, has been closed for repairs and renovation since Hurricane Irma hit last September. 

Malliouhana's original 46 oceanfront rooms and suites have undergone restoration, with the resort planning to unveil 11 new beachfront suites and four new garden suites by early 2019. The property is also adding a new two-bedroom villa on Turtle Cove Beach at the start of next year, with that accommodation featuring a garden patio, private plunge pool and an indoor-outdoor bathroom with freestanding tub. 

Malliouhana's Auberge Spa will be expanded with six additional treatment rooms in 2019. The property's Sunset Bar was revamped, featuring vaulted ceilings and long banquettes and adorned with lit birdcages. The resort will have new meeting and event spaces, located just off the lobby.

Malliouhana also has debuted VIP cabanas at its two-tiered infinity edge pools, while expanding its existing pool deck outward over a cliff edge. The extended deck has created an oceanview perch and photogenic backdrop for weddings and other special events.

Malliouhana is part of the Auberge Resorts Collection.

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