Four Seasons Anguilla Reopens After Hurricane Irma Clean-Up – 5th Night Free

The Four Seasons Anguilla officially re-opened last week after the resort was shuttered in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The property includes 181 hotel and villa rooms which Four Seasons took over from the Viceroy in late 2016.

“Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla enjoyed significant popularity with our guests from around the world during our first year of operation. Travellers and and residence owners are eager to return and we’re happy to welcome them back to the beauty of Anguilla,” said Vince Parrotta, Four Seasons President of Hotel Operations in the Americas. We have worked tirelessly and leveraged Starwood Capital Group’s strategic relationships around the world to reopen as soon as possible,” said Roy Shanholz, vice president for hotel asset management for Starwood Capital Group, which owns the property. “I have been here through every step of this process and welcoming guests back and having our employees back to work has been my goal since day one.”

The resort is running a 5th night free promotion, though rooms start at $500 per night!

Most other hotels on the island remained closed.

Related – Four Seasons Announces Another New Caribbean Property – Caye Chapel, Belize – Overwater Bungalows

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