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Tuesday, Oct 27, 2020

BVI hotel stock 60% reopened since the hurricanes

BVI hotel stock 60% reopened since the hurricanes

Approximately 60% of the hotel stock in the British Virgin Islands has reopened since the 2017 hurricanes, according to the BVI Tourist Board & Film Commission.

The most recent addition to the list of properties includes the newbuild, 21-room Quito's Inn in Cane Garden Bay on Tortola.

"The BVI's tourism product is moving in the right direction," Sharon Flax-Brutus, director of tourism, said at the inn's opening on June 1.

Other properties now available to guests include Anegada Beach Club, with new glamping accommodations; Guana Island Resort and its expanded organic farm; Oil Nut Bay; Scrub Island; Cooper Island Beach Club; Richard Branson's Necker Island; the 35-acre Eustatia Island in the North Sound; the Sugar Mill Hotel; and White Bay Villas.

Bitter End Yacht Club recently launched its rebuilding program and plans to open its Marina Village in early 2020, with the rest of the resort to follow in different phases.

Still to come are Rosewood Little Dix Bay, reopening late this year or early 2020, Norman Island Resort in early 2020 and Mango Bay on Virgin Gorda on Nov. 1.  

Peter Island Resort is aiming to reopen sometime in 2020.


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