Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts and Starwood Capital Group, a private real estate investment firm, have announced that Four Seasons will assume management of the Viceroy Anguilla resort, which is owned by funds affiliated with Starwood Capital Group.
Following the resort’s annual closure from August to October, the property will reopen as Four Seasons Resort & Private Residences Anguilla.
The 35 square-mile island of Anguilla is one of the only islands in the British West Indies to maintain an embargo on cruise ships, casinos and high rise hotels, preserving the natural beauty, culture and tranquillity of the island.
Framed by endless white sand beaches, serene bays and rugged coral coastline, Four Seasons Resort & Private Residences Anguilla is located along the island’s north-western shore, offering 3,200 feet of pristine beachfront and unobstructed views of the Caribbean Sea’s breaking surf.
Four Seasons Resort Anguilla will feature 166 accommodations including dedicated resort guest rooms, whole-ownership beachfront private residences, 5,000 square-foot villas, and holiday rental units.
Offering secluded luxury amid a high-end atmosphere popular with families and celebrities alike, guests and residents of Four Seasons Resort & Private Residences Anguilla will enjoy access to world-class dining, an 8,100 square-foot spa and a wide range of pool and water sport activities.
Casual yet chic, the property will elevate seaside luxury on the island, combining sleek, modern design and stunning natural surroundings with Four Seasons legendary quality and service.
“Four Seasons is known all over the world for operating some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts in the world, and we’re excited to bring their level of expertise in resort and private residence management to Anguilla as we continue to make additional improvements to the already magnificent property.
“Four Seasons is committed to the highest standards of service and care. For our guests and current and future residential owners, we look forward to re-opening the doors of our Anguilla resort as a Four Seasons later this year and elevating Caribbean luxury to new levels,” said Barry Sternlicht, chairman, Starwood Capital Group.
Four Seasons has had a presence in the Caribbean for more than 25 years, having operated Four Seasons Resort Nevis since 1990.