Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla will be swinging open its doors beginning November 19, 2020.

The Resort’s secluded setting and open spaces offer a physically distanced environment in which to relax or safely settle for an extended stay.  Guests may look forward to a host of rich experiences with up to $1,000 resort credit per day, plus daily breakfast included.

“This setting moves you to leave it all behind. Our Four Seasons Anguilla family looks forward to welcoming you back home to start creating new memories,” says General Manager Jose Adames, in a statement.

Accommodations at the Four Seasons Anguilla include one-bedroom Residences to five-bedroom Beachfront Villas, complete with private pools, expansive terraces and open-air dining at the Resort’s waterfront restaurants.

Anguilla averages temperatures around 80° F with trade winds providing a constant, refreshing breeze, an appealing proposition as winter approaches.

Four Seasons has implemented the new Lead With Care program to ensure safety and cleanliness.

Anguilla reopened to tourism on August 21 with stringent COVID-19 entry rules. In order to visit, travel authorization is required. Pre-registration can be completed on beatcovid19.ai. Visitors must complete the form on the website to initiate the approval process, all information is confidential and intended for official use by the Government of Anguilla.

Passengers are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test, receive and present negative results within three to five days of travel. Upon arrival all travelers will also be required to be tested and on day ten of the visit.

For more information on Anguilla’s entry requirements, click here. For information about the Four Seasons, click here.

And, for more travel options, check out the #AmazingDaysAhead page.