Moon Gate hotel & spa is Protecting our Island Home. Discover more to Barbuda and Urban Street Art by Guava De Artist. The visit the Longest Running Party in Paradise.
In this issue of our Moon Gate Hotel & Spa newsletter we start by taking a closer look at why Moon Gate looks set to become Antigua’s greenest resort. Also in this edition: street art by Guava De Artist. We feature the beauty of our sister island Barbuda, and visit a party that’s become an island institution. All this is – in Issue 12 of our Moon Gate newsletter.
Protecting the place we call home
When you love the place you’re from, you want to protect it. It’s easy to see why Moon Gate Hotel & Spa’s developers Gaye Hechme and Cameron Fraser are passionate about the island they call home.
In a time when the need to preserve our planet has never been greater, sustainability has become something of a buzzword. But while many developers give a cursory nod to eco-friendly sensitivities, Moon Gate’s green ethos is embodied in everything. The resort’s solar system will power most of the complex. The reverse osmosis plant will produce extra water. The ‘live roofs’ will provide an abundance of fresh produce for the restaurant.
Tn the full newsletter, Gaye and Cameron discuss more details about why they are mindful of ensuring that the entire development is sustainably designed. And why it will be in harmony with its surroundings.
More areas are taking shape as building works at Moon Gate Hotel & Spa continues to progress
“We are making great progress,” Fraser explains.
Work is fast progressing on the eagerly awaited all-inclusive boutique resort which will feature an à la carte restaurant, lounge bar and spa. The compact two-acre site will feature 49-Suites at Moon Gate Hotel & Spa. The Suites will be set across seven four-storey buildings, each one offering an elevated view of world famous Half Moon Bay.
Building three is now up to roof level, plastered and painted. Buildings one, two and four are up to the first floor and the foundations for building five have just been excavated. Also recently excavated is the entire space for the Moon Gate Hotel & Spa club house, restaurant, kitchen, swimming pool and lounge bar.
September 5 2017 is a date Barbudans will never forget. Five years after category five Hurricane Irma devastated our tiny sister isle – the worst disaster in its recorded history – Barbuda has largely recovered, surprisingly well. And those who make the 30-mile trip from Antigua are delighted to discover a host of intriguing attractions.