The eastern Caribbean destination of Anguilla has dropped its remaining Covid-19 entry restrictions for visitors. Since October 1, all visitors, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, have no longer been required to present a Covid-19 test result to the airlines on check-in and on arrival at the ports of entry on Anguilla.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla will celebrate the July 4th holiday in style this year by welcoming back mixology maestro Valentino Longo, as well as partnering with leading British facial acupuncture specialist Sarah Bradden, and Jack Arnold of Big Green Egg for a special BBQ on the beach.
John Vasatka will take over as chief executive for the Ani Villas collection of private resorts in Anguilla, Sri Lanka, and Thailand this month. He will also assume leadership of a fourth property due to open later this month in the Dominican Republic.
Enviably situated on Merrywing Bay on the tranquil island of Anguilla, The Reef by CuisinArt will debut in November 2016, revealing a beachfront contemporary oasis featuring 80 suites, directly on the Caribbean Sea. The Reef by CuisinArt will feature a dramatic lobby entry and stunning bar, a fitness centre with Technogym Excite Line, Unity Displays and aqua cycling bikes, a library and a boutique, complimentary water sports, and hard court play on the two tennis courts.
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.
Haydn Hughes, Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Anguilla, CHTA 2012
Anguilla has begun celebrating Caribbean Tourism Month under the theme ‘One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean’. The program, which is endorsed by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, seeks to create opportunities to raise awareness among the people of the Caribbean as to the importance of tourism to the development of the region.
With the 2012 Tourism Season just around the corner, Anguilla is moving into high gear as it gets ready to receive visitors to its stunning shores.
Golfers will be excited to learn that Anguilla’s golf course will be open for play in just a week. On December 19, 2009 Cap Juluca will proudly reopen and manage Anguilla’s first and only public golf course, a $50 million creation of Greg Norman, the Temenos Golf Course.
CuisinArt Resort & Spa has announced the debut of Villas By CuisinArt, the property’s new beachfront and garden view villas.
Striking just the right balance between the minimalist cool of South Beach and the relaxed sophistication of St. Barts - with a generous dose of fun as defined by today’s most stylish travellers, 27-suite Kœ is a spirited newcomer on Anguilla, located on exquisite Shoal Bay East beach. Scheduled to open on October 15, 2005, it is a project of the same accomplished team who have guided nearby Cap Juluca to its #1 ranking among Caribbean hotels. A luxury hybrid, Kœ brings a fresh and unique approach to the island, combining sophisticated sensibility with surprising affordability.
Anguilla has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the Caribbean’s most sought-after “undiscovered” destinations by connoisseurs of travel from around the world. Now, thanks to an innovative new brand marketing campaign, Anguilla is poised to increase awareness and visitor arrivals from North America.