Tourist season in Anguilla to see improved properties | THE DAILY HERALD

Meads Bay beach with Malliouhana on a cliff in the distance.

ANGUILLA–The many resorts and restaurants in Anguilla are ready to open their doors to the new winter season. The island enjoyed record-breaking arrival numbers in the first seven months of the year and plans are in place to keep the momentum going for the winter season.

Zemi Beach House and Spa has announced that from November 2019 the resort will be with the LXR Hotels and Resorts, Hilton’s luxury collection. However, it will continue to be owned, operated and managed by the Goldstein family of New York.

Malliouhana Auberge Resort will open on November 1, unveiling a newly restored and enhanced facility from the Auberge Resorts brand. New additions include Leon’s Porch and Beach Bar on Meads Bay beach that will offer delicious Caribbean dishes. The Auberge Spa has been expanded and will have six new treatment rooms and a brand new pool overlooking the ocean. There is a new meeting and gathering space just off the lobby that will accommodate intimate gatherings and retreats for up to 60 people.

Frangipani Beach Resort, also on Meads Bay, has recently installed solar panels that will provide 70 per cent of the resort’s electricity needs. The project also off-sets the cost of all energy-intensive operations at the resort such as water production, air-conditioning, water-heating and more. Two solar canopies have been added over the resort’s parking structure, which convert sunlight into electricity. Other green initiatives include offering reusable cups to guests and a filtered water refilling station to help minimise the number of water bottles used.

A new resort, Tranquillity Beach will be opening on Meads Bay in December. It will have 15 beachfront luxury condominiums for rent or purchase. There will be spacious open plan living areas with a private terrace with a hot/cold tub, an on-site gym, daily maid service and more.

Source: The Daily Herald