Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts to Re-Brand Viceroy Anguilla
PHOTO: The Viceroy Anguilla will be re-branded as the Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Anguilla. (photo by Brian Major)
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is partnering with Starwood Capital Group to assume management of the Viceroy Anguilla luxury resort during its annual closure between August and October, the companies announced Wednesday. Four Seasons will re-launch the property as the Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Anguilla upon the fall opening.
Located on the Caribbean island's northwestern shore along Barnes and Meads Bays, the resort incorporates 3,200 feet of white-sand beachfront and offers unobstructed Caribbean Sea views. The re-branded property will feature 166 rooms including dedicated resort guest rooms, whole-ownership beachfront private residences, 5,000 square-foot villas and vacation rental units.
Guests at the luxury resort will have access to an 8,100 square-foot spa and premium dining, amenities and facilities including pool and watersports activities.
“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,” said Barry Sternlicht, Starwood’s chairman and CEO.
"This is a unique opportunity to extend our presence in the Caribbean and offer luxury travelers a Four Seasons experience at the best resort property on the island," said J. Allen Smith, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts’ president and CEO.
The resort is currently offering an “Anguilla Family Fun” package available through August 23. Travelers who book a minimum two-night stay receive a daily resort credit up to $300; a family welcome amenity; daily continental breakfast for two people (per bedroom); complimentary “Generation V” activities for kids and free meals for children under 12 with each paying adult. Per-person rates start at $700.
Generation V provides complimentary child care plus activities ranging from art projects to local cooking classes for young children, allowing mom and dad time to explore the resort facilities including the spa and wellness center. Parents and teens can also visit the resort’s Sea Centre and Sports Pavilion for activities including windsurfing, paddle boarding, tennis and rock climbing.
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