Malliouhana, a luxury resort on Anguilla, reopened on Nov. 1 with Auberge Resorts Collection operating it.
The resort had been closed for three years. In February 2013, Chicago-based AJ Capital Partners bought Malliouhana. The company invested in an end-to-end redesign and selected Auberge to run the resort.
The 44-suite resort overlooks Meads Bay and originally opened in 1984.
"Malliouhana has an incredible legacy in the Caribbean. Previous guests will notice a new style of relaxed sophistication," said Craig Reid, CEO of Auberge Resorts Collection.
Facilities include an open-air, cliff-side restaurant, two infinity pools and an Auberge spa.
The design team removed walls in the suites and public areas to create a visual connection to the sea. An oversized mirror anchors each guest suite and also hides the television.
The suites also showcase some of Malliouhana's original works of art, which are jungle scenes depicting the Garden of Eden, created by Caribbean artist Lawrence Peabody.
The Island Debut introductory package offers the fifth night free and complimentary breakfast, starting at $525 per room, per night, double, for stays through Dec. 17.
Warm Up Your Winter offers the seventh night free when booked by March 19 for travel by March 19, from $775 per room, per night, double.
A romance package with rates valid to Dec. 18 is priced at $675 per room, per night, double.
Elsewhere on Anguilla, Cap Juluca reopened on schedule for the winter season on Nov. 1. The resort had some cosmetic damage from Tropical Storm Gonzalo, but reported no erosion to Maundays Bay, which fronts the 70-room property.