Sirena Hotel in Anguilla to Change Names

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – As part of our week-long coverage of the ninth annual SMART tradeshow in St. Maarten, Travel Agent learned that the popular Sirena Hotel in Anguilla will close on September 1 and reopen on October 15 with a new name.

Delroy A. Lake, general manager of Sirena, told Travel Agent that the hotel will open as Anacaona Boutique Hotel when it reopens in October. The name change was decided on when the hotel was sold to Robin and Sue Ricketts in mid-March.

The hotel will undergo minor refurbishments when it closes in September, including new tiling in the lobby. Also, the hotel will begin adding new amenities such as waitress service on the beach, something not available in the past. That service launched on Wednesday.

Visit www.sirenaresort.com.

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