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Necker Island in Caribbean reveals photos of refurbished retreat

Virgin Limited Edition has revealed pictures of Richard Branson's Necker Island in the Caribbean, after it reopened in October 2018. The island retreat has welcomed back guests after it was forced to close due to Hurricane damage. The Great House has two new rooms and a new Balinese style house with accommodation for two adults. The island resort is available to hire exclusively for up to 30 guests.

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Richard Branson's Necker Island to reopen in Caribbean this month

Richard Branson's exclusive Necker Island in the Caribbean is getting made to make a comeback this month. The private island closed following significant damage from Hurricane Irma last September, but it will reopen to guests with renovated accommodation and facilities. The reopening will coincide with Extreme Tech Challenge, a global start-up competition.

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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.

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The Spa at Oil Nut Bay opens on Virgin Gorda in British Virgin Islands

A brand new spa has opened to guests in the British Virgin Islands. The Spa at Oil Nut Bay is located on the island of Virgin Gorda, and boasts two treatment rooms, a beauty rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and sea views, a saltwater infinity pools, a yoga platform, and an array of pampering treatments and therapies that range from massages to body sculpting.

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British Virgin Islands received record-breaking number of holidaymakers in 2016

The tourism sector in the British Virgin Islands is continuing to grow, and in 2016 it experienced a significant increase in overnight visitors. Figures released by the government revealed that more than 406,000 visitors stayed overnight in hotels, apartments, and B&Bs by the end of the year. This is the first time that the Caribbean nation has recorded more than 400,000 visitors overnight.

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