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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Scrub ready to reopen! Guests have the whole island to themselves

Scrub ready to reopen! Guests have the whole island to themselves

With the reopening of the territory’s borders to tourists less than two weeks away, Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina has announced that they have resumed taking reservations for overnight guests and marina visitors in anticipation of the December 1 date.
General Manager of the luxury resort, Michael Schoonewagen said in a media release that Scrub Island had completed extensive preparations to safely welcome back guests.

He said the resort had also reactivated their online reservation system.

“We’ve been working diligently to comply with the travel protocols laid out by the BVI government, and to make sure the return of our guests is as safe as possible so they can relax and enjoy this fabulous island retreat,” Schoonewagen stated.

“Our resort guests have the entire island to themselves with ample space to spread out and enjoy the stunning natural Caribbean beauty in complete privacy. And the marina is perfect for those who want to venture out on a wide variety of land and sea excursions that still meet health and safety measures,” he added.

In the release, the resort also warned that all guests must adhere to the COVID-19 measures which have been put in place by the government.

“As a member of Marriott’s prestigious Autograph Collection, the resort also follows the brand’s commitment to clean program, providing a safe environment for guests and staff,” it added.

Among the many features of the resort are 52 guest accommodations consisting of suites with gourmet kitchens, spacious living areas and private or oversized balconies, as well as a collection of two to six-bedroom villas.

The resort also has two private beaches, a waterfront infinity pool, an intimate spa, world-class dining, and on-site access to dive and sailing charters.

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