Long Bay, Anguilla — (July 15, 2020) —QUINTESSENCE HOTEL—A TROPICAL GRAND MANSION will close for the season on Friday, July 31st. Quintessence has been operating its signature restaurant, JULIANS, with limited hours and a pared-down menu, throughout the summer. JULIANS will close for the season, along with the hotel, on July 31.
The seasonal closure is in keeping with Anguilla’s tradition of closing for the summer, and takes into account that Anguilla’s borders are currently closed due to COVID-19.
“Our intention is to reopen the entire property on Monday, November 2nd,” said Quintessence Hotel Owner Geoffrey Fieger. “That date is tentative pending borders reopening for regional and international travelers. We will monitor developments and make sure our reopening is in line with all safety regulations set forth by the CDC and Anguillan officials.”
ABOUT QUINTESSENCE HOTEL
Quintessence Hotel opened Jan. 1, 2018, and is the newest Relais & Châteaux boutique hotel in the Caribbean, overlooking the white sand beaches of Long Bay, with nine lavish suites, a gourmet restaurant, two bars, a state-of-the-art wine cellar, wellness spa, infinity pool, fitness center, tennis court, yoga pavilion, boutique (designed by Tommy Bahama creator, Lou Mettler), art gallery and cutting edge business suite. Around-the-clock butler and concierge service cater to our guests’ every need. Quintessence Hotel has been recognized with a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Rating, making it the highest rated hotel on the Caribbean island of Anguilla in the British West Indies. Quintessence Hotel’s JULIANS bistro also has won the prestigious Wine Spectator Award of Excellence three years in a row.