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Anguilla is an island nation in the Lesser Antilles, a spectacular chain of Caribbean Islands that arcs from the Virgin Islands to Barbados. Pristine beaches and pure waters have made it a popular wedding destination, while low visitor numbers make it the perfect escape from the rigors of modern life.
Fly into the international airport or arrive by boat from nearby islands. Anguilla artfully blends designer resorts with quaint West Indian-style guesthouses. At just 16 miles (26 kilometers) long and 3 miles (5 kilometers) wide, the island is easy to explore.
The nation’s capital, The Valley, is home to about 2,000 residents. Take a free National Trust heritage tour and see the town’s British colonial buildings and oldest-surviving plantation home, Wallblake House. Discover local history at the Heritage Collection Museum. Walk to the peak of Anguilla’s highest point, Crocus Hill, to explore the old prison ruins and enjoy views across Crocus Bay.
Along the coast there are 33 beaches to explore. Year-round, the beaches at Shoal Bay, Barnes Bay and Rendezvous Bay look as if they’ve leapt from the covers of travel magazines. From April to November, beaches such as Maundays Bay, Meads Bay and Limestone Bay become nesting grounds for leatherback, green and hawksbill turtles.
Take a dive or snorkeling tour to spectacular coral reefs and shipwrecks at sites like Prickly Pear Cays and Grouper Bowl. Or, take a day cruise aboard a luxury catamaran and explore the waters between Anguilla and St. Maarten.
Visit in August to experience the Anguilla Summer Festival, when parades, fireworks and parties fill the streets of The Valley, and flotillas of colorful boats take to the water.
At sunset, take a romantic horseback ride along the beach, then enjoy the island’s famous lobster dishes at one of the many beachfront restaurants. Visit some of the laid-back bars then join welcoming locals on the beach as they celebrate their island home with dancing and Caribbean drumming.
Property is very nice and clean. The hotel staff overall is very nice and accommodating. The pool staff, bar staff are nonexistent, the cocktail menu and bartender are lacking in experience and frankly sometimes rude.
Loved everything!! View from suite was amazing, impeccable service from staff with great attention to every detail, and food from on premise restaurants was fantastic. Honestly, Four Seasons Is the only was to travel. Will most definitely recommend and return.
The frontdesk staff was amazing! Thomas was extremely helpful on checkin. My alternative accommodation fell through that same morning and Thomas was very warm, patient and reassuring.
The room was clean and the employees were very friendly and pleasant. No shopping opportunities such as snacks, coffee or souvenirs.
Good location, not on the beach but rental car was cheap and we were able to visit 5-6 different beaches easily from this location
If you like the old Carribbean feel, this is the place for you. The staff was very professional and friendly. The beach is nice, however they could have removed the seaweed off the beach. Made this beach look dirty compared to the other beaches in the area. Food not the greatest. It took an hour ...