Four Seasons Anguilla makes its debut on Oct. 20, 2016, as the second Four Seasons in the Caribbean (after Nevis). Family-friendly with three pools, the resort is action-central with tennis courts, climbing walls, water sports and a spa. One hundred and sixty-sixrooms, suites, residences and villas come with Four Seasons signatures like infinity pools and stellar service. The new resort sits on a half-mile sandy beach. Opening Nov. 10, 2016, The Reef by CuisinArt sits on the less-trodden beach fronting Merrywing Bay in Anguilla. Stylishly designed with 80 suites in four beachfront buildings, The Reef also comes with two tennis courts and a pair of restaurants. Breakfast at The Reef by CuisinArt, Anguilla. CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa is next to The Reef. Pineapple Beach Club Antigua reopens as an Elite Island Resort on Oct. 1, 2016. On 30 acres overlooking Long Bay on the Caribbean coast, the adults-only all-inclusive is adjacent to the Devil’s Bridge National Park and the Verandah Resort. With views of the gardens and the beach, 180 rooms come in five categories varying in size and price. Five restaurants keep hunger at bay with light bites at the Pelican Grill, buffets at Topaz (shown here), Italian at Chef Pietro’s, island cooking at the Pineapple Grill and chicken and ribs at The Outhouse. The Outhouse is casual picnic table fun on the hilltop overlooking Long Bay. Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas is an adults-only resort with views of Nassau and Paradise Island from Nassau Harbour. The hotel sits on the site of the former Flagler Hotel and comes with four restaurants, Hog Bar, Rum Cay Bar and an entertainment center called the Junkanoo Beat with live shows and DJs. On Dec. 15, 2016, French Leave Resort on the pretty Out Island called Eleuthera will join Marriott’s Autograph Collection. On a trophy pink sand beach near Governor’s Harbour, the hideaway comes with just four two-bedroom waterfront villas with 12 more to open by the end of the year. Designed with elegant British Colonial interiors, the seafront cottages are the first to open since the 1940s, as the 270-acre site has been privately owned. The Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa is the first Kimpton outside the USA and the first new hotel in Grand Cayman in a decade. The 266-room property is design-driven with interconnected biking and walking paths that lead to the main pool and beach. On 10 floors, rooms and suites and six bungalows include a two-bedroom suite with views of the Caribbean Sea via floor-to-ceiling windows and breezy balconies. The name matches the views at the Royalton Blue Waters opening in Montego Bay, Jamaica, on Nov. 1., 2016. On White Bay, the all-inclusive offers 228 rooms, a splash park and a funky lobby with a water canal. Perks include USB recharging stations, free unlimited long-distance calls to North America and complimentary Wi-Fi. Oceanside in Montego Bay, Riu Reggae opens on Nov. 19, 2016, as the 24th all-inclusive in the Spanish resort chain. Perks mimic other resorts in the Riu chain like a Renova spa, gym, infinity pools, sun chaises and beach parasols and Wi-Fi that works on the beach. French Coco is brand-new and all-suite in the charming Creole fishing village of Tartane in Martinique. The first hotel on the island to join the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection, 17 suites sit pretty adjacent to the protected natural reserve of the Peninsula of La Caravelle. Perfect for couples, most of the suites come with private pools that open to petite aromatic gardens. Le Barthélemy opens Oct. 1, 2016, on a crescent-shaped sandy beach in Grand Cul de Sac on the northeast side of St. Barths. The new resort has 40 rooms and six suites that include plunge pools equipped with underwater sound systems. Gourmands will be delighted in the trio of restaurants with menus created by Michelin-starred chef Guy Martin, formerly of Le Grand Véfour in Paris. For privacy, drop-down screens in the rooms morph balconies into secret hideaways. Just in time for the holidays, The Shore Club opens in mid-December 2016 in Providenciales, the most developed island in the chain and where the international flights arrive. The first and only resort on Long Bay Beach (Grace Bay Beach is where most other resorts are located) spans more than 800 feet of white sand. The high-end new property is a pair of low-rise buildings with 106 suites and six villas. On nine acres of prime oceanfront real estate, the resort features an eight-room spa, fire pit in the center of the colonnade pool (one of three pools) and yoga classes on the beach.