Two major resort reopenings on Anguilla -- the Four Seasons
and the Reef by CuisinArt -- signal
another milestone in the island's recovery from Hurricane Irma last September.
The 181-room Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla,
the largest private employer on the island, reopened on March 23, marking "an
exceptionally good day on the island, following months of restoration," said
Vince Parrotta, Four Seasons' president of hotel operations in the Americas.
"The Four Seasons enjoyed significant popularity with
our guests from around the world during our first year of operation. Travelers
and residence owners are eager to return and we're happy to welcome them back
to Anguilla," he said.
The resort, which opened under the Viceroy brand in 2010,
was converted to a Four Seasons in 2016. The new general manager is Jose
Adames, previously the general manager at the Four Seasons Mexico City.
The Reef by CuisinArt reopens April 1.
To celebrate its reopening, the Four Seasons is offering a
fifth night free when four nights are booked; rates start at $550 per room, per night,
The Four Seasons is accepting reservations now for the
festive season, which begins in late December.
The Reef by CuisinArt reopens April 1. The 80-suite luxury
resort is the sister property to the adjacent CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa,
which will reopen on Nov. 1.