After being closed since March due to COVID-19, the Forbes Five-Star Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg reopened for business on June 18.
Salamander’s Founder and CEO Sheila Johnson and General Manager Reggie Cooper held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the occasion.
“We look forward to once again helping our guests make and share memories,” said Johnson in a prepared statement. “We have worked exceptionally hard to prepare for the moment we could carefully reopen our retreat, and during our time apart we closely followed the guidance of the CDC, and local and state officials.”
The Loudoun County resort is located on 340 acres in Virginia’s horse and wine country. The property offers a series of outdoor experiences, including miles of trails, a culinary garden, an outdoor spa courtyard with an infinity pool, a tree-top zip line tour and a 22-stall equestrian center with riding arena.
As part of its reopening, the resort has developed its Commitment to Well-Being, which includes a list of health and safety measures it is taking to protect guests and employees.
— Times-Mirror Staff