What we love
An uber sophisticated geometrical and contemporary hotel with jaw-dropping panoramic views.
Setting the scene
The Four Seasons Resort & Residences Anguilla is an architect's delight where modern, slick architectural forms merge with the surrounding natural environment. In contrast to the geometric and orderly exterior, the interior design features organic features like driftwood lamps and furnishings rich in texture and feel.
Whether you opt for a King, Studio, Suite or Villa - one thing is guaranteed - each level of accommodation is to a fantastic level of style, comfort and lavish amenities. The Four Seasons Resort & Residences Anguilla melds organic Anguillan hues and textures with exceptional standards to create an effortless sophisticated Caribbean setting. The 'driftwood' feel of the Kelly Wearstler-design continues through to the bedrooms and living areas creating a lavish feel of castaway luxury.
With four dining options, guests at the hotel really are spoilt for choice - although your stay would not be complete without an evening spent at Coba, the hotel's signature restaurant delectably perched on a bluff overlooking the Caribbean Sea, offering dramatic views that are matched only by the fresh seafood, prime meats and great wine selections. The more family-friendly Bamboo Bar and Grill serves fresh seafood, salads and oven-fired pizza for both lunch and dinner accompanied by perfect views of Meads Bay. Alternatively, if Barnes Bay is your beach of choice, The Half Shell Beach Bar offers waterfront dining and a Mediterranean style cuisine. For something more laid back, why not enjoy a taste of Asia at the Sunset Lounge accompanied by an aged rum cocktail.
Aside from the three swimming pools, three tennis courts and fitness centre, the Four Seasons Anguilla has an abundance of watersports on offer from the Sea Centre such as sea kayaks, paddle boards, snorkelling and scuba diving. Inland activities also include horse-riding, cycling, and of course an ocean front spa including 8 treatment rooms and three ocean front cabanas.
The 'Kids For All Seasons' family, children's and teen programme instils their attendees with respect for the environment and each other. For children aged 4-11 years, the programme enables kids to learn new skills both indoors and outdoors whilst making new friends and interacting with the nature around them. Teens (aged 12-17 years) are also invited to join supervised teen-only trips, games and parties or simply just hang out at a low-key club room with media centre and magazine library.
There are no direct flights to Anguilla from the UK, however, visitors from the UK tend to fly via Antigua (British Airways and Virgin Atlantic) and then make the local transfer by LIAT or on a small charter plane.
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