The Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club will operate year-round, citing strong momentum since its late 2021 reopening and “increasing travel options to the island.”
Previously, the 178-room resort closed during the months of September and October, in line with many Anguilla hotels.
In a statement, Anguilla director of tourism Stacey Liburd lauded the Aurora’s decision to remain open all year, calling it a “vote of confidence in our island.”
“Becoming a 12-month destination has long been a strategic goal of the Anguilla Tourist Board, and this moves us that much closer to realizing our objective,” Liburd added.
In order to bolster its fall offerings, the Aurora will add a variety of new amenities in the coming months, including a new short golf course and golf instructional facility, as well as a refreshed iteration of the property’s Japanese restaurant, Tokyo Bay.
Longer-term expansion projects are in the works, including plans for a waterpark, a 500-seat amphitheater and sand volleyball, pickleball, tennis, basketball and bocce ball courts.
Formerly flagged as the CuisinArt Resort, the Aurora Anguilla is fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation and relaunch under its new name last December.
Additionally, the property joined the Salamander Hotels & Resorts portfolio earlier this year.
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