Zemi Beach House Will Be The First Five-Star Hotel To Reopen In Anguilla Following The 2017 Hurricanes

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Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 4.25.14 PMPhoto Credit: Zemi Beach House

Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa, the luxury boutique hotel nestled on the island’s world-famous Shoal Bay Beach, recently announced they will be the first five-star hotel to reopen in Anguilla.

Following the devastating hurricanes that struck the Caribbean in late 2017, ownership has been relentlessly working on repairs and upgrades to the damaged facilities for about five months. The hotel expects to re-open next month on February 15th, 2018.

“We are elated to announce that Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa will reopen in February after the challenges of Hurricane Irma,” said Jeff Goldstein, proprietor of Fountain Beach Residence. “We’ve completed restoration of any damages that the property sustained, and have returned the hotel and spa to their award-winning five-star status.”

Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 4.26.54 PMPhoto Credit: Zemi Beach House

Repairs made at the property include the restoration of the following:

  • The 300-year old Thai House Spa, an authentic Thai Rice Barn that was transformed into a luxury spa and is the crowned jewel of Zemi Beach House
  • Guest rooms have been brought back to their high standards as prior to the hurricanes and the suites/beachfront villas have also underwent upgrades
  • Internet, cable TV and telephone
  • The landscaping which has been carefully manicured and returned to its original beauty.

Immediately following Hurricane Irma, the Zemi Beach House team worked with several other real estate owners and private employers on the island to create Anguilla Stronger, a relief effort that was designed to provide the most effective relief support to the residents of Anguilla as quickly and efficiently as possible. Thus far, the fund has helped raise over $1 million for the island and its people.

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