The small island nation of Anguilla is set in the Caribbean Sea and is the perfect place for lovers of luxury to spend time soaking up the sun. In addition to spending time exploring the traditional towns and villages of the island, luxury seekers will find a large number of award winning restaurants and resorts waiting for them. Here is a selection of the best accommodation options on Anguilla.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla
Located on 35 acres of picturesque coral bluffs and beaches, this luxury resort overlooks two stunning bays with more than a half a mile of pure white sandy beach for guests to unwind on. There is an excellent range of accommodation options for guests to choose from, with the spacious beachfront villas being the most luxurious options. These lavish villas provide guests with views of the Caribbean Sea and boat modern beach-inspired interiors that have been created by Kelly Wearstler with custom-designed beds, top of the range coffee makers and sundecks that are set with chaise lounges. Guests are treated to private plunge pools for the ultimate luxury. There is a total of five excellent restaurants and lounges for guests to choose from that overlook the beach and lovers of fine fresh seafood are sure to be in their element.
CuisinArt Resort and Spa
Golfing fantatics who want the chance to get back into the swing of things while surrounding themselves with luxury are sure to love staying at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa. The resort can be found tucked away in a pretty crescent of Rendezvous Bay and is the perfect place for guests to retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life. One of the main highlights here is 18 Hole Greg Norman Signature Design Championship Course, which providers golfers with a real challenge as well as a stunning spot to play a round or two on. There are 97 lavish suites and villas for guests to choose from and the villas are a particularly good option as they are extremely spacious and set right on the sand. Guests who are in search of pure pampering will also want to make sure that they indulge in a treatment or two at the award winning Venus Spa, while guests are also treated to a range of decadent activities to take part in such as wine tastings and cooking classes that are lead by a celebrated chef.
Zemi Beach House
Spread out along six acres of gorgeous white sands that grace the edge of Shoal Bay East, the award winning Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa was the first resort to open its doors to guests on the East End of Anguilla. This luxury resort is steeped in local tradition and guests are sure to love exploring the elegant and iconic Rhum Room, which boasts a collection of small-batch rums combined with world class spa treatments and is located in an ancient wooden Thai-style house. Zemi features 54 guest rooms and nine very spacious suites, with the largest and grandest options coming with two or three bedrooms. Each room looks out onto the ocean and is decorated with organic textures and plenty of fine details such as authentic Brazilian wood furnishings and bathroom sinks that have been carved from petrified wood. Guests are treated to two excellent restaurants right on the site and the Stone Seasonal Cuisine restaurant provides fine dining in a special climate-controlled atmosphere, while the menu plays tribute to the rich culinary traditions of the island. Food lovers will also want to secure a table at 20 Knots, which has a more casual theme with tables set right on the sand and dishes inspired by the delicious flavours of the Caribbean. Those who are in search of pure relaxation should check out Zemi Thai House Spa, where they will have the chance to wallow in the only hammam on the whole of Anguilla.
Belmond Cap Juluca
This idyllic luxury beachfront retreat is set on the edge of one of the best beaches in the whole of the Caribbean and regularly receives its fair share of celebrities and couples who are looking for a romantic spot to spend their honeymoon. The Belmond Cap Juluca Can be found spread along the pretty crescent of Maundays Bay and consists of a 179-acre refuge where sand, water and cool breezes blend seamlessly with fine dining, outstanding outdoor activities, high-end guest rooms and suites, first rate amenities and excellent guest services. The resort features striking Greco-Moorish architecture and has recently been completely refurbished. Guests who want the chance to get fit while having fun can play a few sets on the large tennis courts or swim laps in the pretty outdoor pool and this is the perfect way to work up an appetite for what promises to be an excellent evening meal in one of the resorts four impressive restaurants