The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla Reopens
The location has reopened to guests and residents following the recovery from Hurricane Irma.
Four Seasons Resort & Residences Anguilla officially reopened to guests and residents on March 23 following the recovery from Hurricane Irma. No structural damage was caused to the resort, but the team has worked diligently to replace broken windows, roofs, and fix water damage due to the storm. The property will not unveil new venues or a different aesthetic but will reintroduce the look and feel of Kelly Wearstler’s original stunning design. Now more than ever, Anguilla is poised to regain its position as the Caribbean destination people across the world desire to visit and invest in.
Starwood Capital Group, the owner of the Four Seasons Anguilla, created Anguilla Stronger in partnership with a few of the island’s largest real estate owners and private employers with the sole purpose of assisting the Anguillan people in the recovery and rebuilding process following Hurricane Irma. Guests and Residents are welcome to participate in island cleanup and/or assist in the distribution center while on site. In the distribution center, volunteers distribute bags of groceries, hygiene and household supplies each Friday and Saturday and typically serve between 600-700 people.