Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa has announced it will reopen to guests on February 15. Following the hurricanes that struck the Caribbean in late 2017, ownership has been working on repairs and upgrades to the damaged facilities.
Repairs made to the The Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa includes the restoration of:
- The 300-year old Thai House Spa, a Thai Rice Barn that was transformed into a luxury spa
- Guestrooms, which have been brought back to their standards prior to the hurricanes
- Suites and beachfront villas, which have received upgraded soft goods
- Internet, cable TV and telephone
- The landscaping, which has been carefully manicured and restored
- The beachfront, which was redone with additional sand added and the pool areas have been brought back to their original condition
Additionally, Zemi Beach House’s restaurants, Stone (fine dining) and 20 Knots (casual dining), will reopen with new menus.
Immediately following Hurricane Irma, the Zemi Beach House team worked with other hospitality brands, real estate owners and private employers on the island to create Anguilla Stronger, a relief effort designed to provide relief support to the permanent 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.
Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa will be accepting reservations from February 15 onward. The 65-key hotel’s guestrooms include spa-style bathrooms and private balconies, and its beachfront villa suites and penthouses have living rooms, full kitchens, private terraces and plunge pools.