Chic Cooper Island Beach Club to reopen in British Virgin Islands in April
The trendy eco-resort Cooper Island Beach Club in the British Virgin Islands has revealed it will reopen to guests next month after it was forced to shut when it was damaged by the hurricanes last September. The chic hotel has beachfront accommodation with balconies, a rum bar, brewery and restaurant, and is scheduled to open to guests in April 2018.
The chic Cooper Island Beach Club in the British Virgin Island has announced that it will reopen to guests next month, after being shit since the hurricanes last September. The trendy hotel was damaged by Hurricane Irma which swept across the Caribbean, causing devastation to the region.
Following repairs and refurbishments, the stylish beachfront hotel will open on 1st April and is encouraging holidaymakers to once again book their holidays to the British Virgin Islands. According to a statement on the hotel’s website, all accommodation and facilities will be “open for business”.
Cooper Island Beach Club is an eco-resort that has been built from recycled materials. The property sits on the beachfront and is only accessible via private boat, making it a fantastic getaway for people looking for a secluded retreat, or those travelling by yacht.
The boutique hotel has 12 guest rooms, of which 10 are beachfront and boast private balconies with views of the Caribbean Sea. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, mini fridges, ceiling fans, coffee makers and complimentary wireless internet, and guests can choose full board rates which included meals, drinks, boat transfers to the airport, and non-motorised water sports.
Facilities at the beach hotel include a beachfront restaurant with fresh seafood, a rum bar, a micro-brewery, a boutique and a coffee shop. During their stay, holidaymakers can enjoy water sports including scuba diving, snorkelling, and kayaking.
The British Virgin Islands is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean, situated east of Puerto Rico. Home to powder-soft beaches that are fringed with turquoise waters and fragile reefs, the islands also boast 28 thriving national parks that are teeming with diverse wildlife species, flora and fauna.
The nation is made up of four main islands, and 32 smaller ones. The four main ones are Tortola, which is home to the capital Road Town, and the Sage Mountain National Park; Virgin Gorda, with huge volcanic boulders and white sandy beaches; Anegada, a flat coral island with secluded beaches, thriving reefs, and flamingos, and rock iguanas; and Jost Van Dyke, a small volcanic island that boasts the Great Harbour with its fantastic restaurants, vibrant bars and cafes, and popular New Year’s Eve festivities.
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