Reviews : Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla Caribbean – Map of Caribbean

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Some impressions before starting my hotel tour. Four Seasons Anguilla is one of the Caribbean’s most exclusive & spectacular resorts. Arrival at the Four Seasons Resort Anguilla. Guests enter the property via a grand, palm-lined driveway. The driveway ends at the welcome courtyard. A stunning lobby is hidden behind the resort’s clean, stark white walls. Let’s tour the hotel’s lobby & public areas. A chic hallway leads to a sleek and elegant reception area. The property showcases a glamorous & modern decor. The interiors are the work of Californian celebrity designer Kelly Wearstler.

This includes alabaster, richly carved wood, and marble floors. The contemporary decor is mixed with organic materials. It creates an almost temple-alike ambiance within the lobby. The property opened under the Viceroy brand in 2010. It was converted into a Four Seasons in 2016 after a $10 million USD refurbishment. The lobby extends into a delightful lawn. The facilities around this lawn serve as the social hub and heart of the resort. Have you ever stayed at the Four Seasons Anguilla?

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If so, what was your experience? Leave a comment. A stunning bar is located at the lawn’s far end. Called the Sunset Lounge, it serves sushi, ‘buddha bowls’ (Asian dishes) and cocktails. The bar overlooks gorgeous Barnes Bay Beach. It’S one the resort’s two beaches (both of them are shown in detail later in this clip). The bar flanks a spectacular infinity-edged pool. This is just one of the property’s three pool areas. The hotel operated at high occupancy during my stay. I filmed this sequence early in the morning before most guests woke up so as not to disturb them. The pool overlooks the bluff. It offers amazing views of Barnes Bay Beach and the turquoise Caribbean Sea.

I’ll return to this pool area later in this clip. It’s the perfect spot for a sunset swim and romantic Instagram pl. The resort calls the upscale island of Anguilla its hom Anguilla is a tiny British territory in the Caribbean. The locals are super-friendly, the island vibe is authentic, and there are no cruise ships. Anguilla is not as touristy as other Caribbean islands. The second option is to fly to Puerto Rico. From San Juan, there are direct flights in light aircraft to Anguilla. This is Salt, the property’s main restaurant. This signature dining venue enjoys an ocean-front bluff-top location. All guests receive an amenity upon arrival.

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It comprises a tropical fruit juice, rum, and a scented towel. I was upgraded to this AMAZING suite during my stay Room category: two bedroom residence (located on the third floor). This includes an upgrade, daily breakfast, and $100 USD resort credit (link below clip). The enormous residence features a lovely decor. Designed by Kelly Wearstler, it is done in cream and taupe tones with gold acc. The enormous residence features a lovely decor. Designed by Kelly Wearstler, it is done in cream and taupe tones with gold accents. The two bedroom residence is equipped with: A gourmet kitchen, washer & dryer, dining room, and indoor living space. The living room gives way to a large terrace. The terrace is covered, allowing outdoor living, even on a rare rainy day.

The patio overlooks the family pool and Caribbean Sea. I’ll explore the family pool area later in this clip. A gorgeous swing bed hangs from the ceiling. The bed is flanked by a dining and lounge area. The terrace features a small plunge pool. The water can be heated to the temperature of a hot tub. The resort offers a wide variety of accommodations. They range from villas, townhomes, & penthouses, to residences, suites & guest rooms. The resort offers a wide variety of accommodation. All villas boast spectacular ocean views. They are set by the quieter Barnes Bay Beach on the resort’s western side (shown later).

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Each villa has three to five bedrooms. They all feature an expansive terrace outfitted with an infinity pool. This is the residence’s second bedroom. Residences are perfect for families and groups of friends. The residences are located on the resort’s eastern side. Each residence includes a private plunge pool, full kitchen and dining area. The residences are housed in four-story buildings. The top floors are reserved for the penthouses, which enjoy the best views. The resort is an excellent choice for a family Two beaches and several pools keep kids & teenagers entertained. The resort also operates a complimentary KFAS program FAS stands for ‘Kids For All Seasons’ and is a signature service by Four Seasons.

The KFAS program offers daily activities. Cookie and cupcake decorating classes, scavenger hunts, nature walks. The property also offers extensive sport facilities. This includes tennis courts, a rock-climbing wall, volleyball and basketball courts. Bamboo Bar & Grill has a lovely terrace It overlooks Meads Bay Beach. Anguilla’s most popular beach. The Four Seasons brand was founded. In this year, architect Isadore Sharp opened the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla Caribbean.

This included the ‘Inn on the Park1 in Toronto, which housed Canada’s first discotheque. Next, Isadore Sharp started building more. Luxury became a signature of the brand in the 1970s. The company expanded into the UK with the opening of the Four Seasons London. In 2007, Sharp took the company private again. His aim was to protect the integrity of the brand well into the future. Four Seasons has many famous investors. This includes Bill Gates and Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. Meanwhile, we’ve arrived on fabulous Meads Bay Beach. The beach comprises a majestic arc of silky-smooth sand and aquamarine waters. The beach is public (like all other Anguilla beach Four Seasons operates a private beach club here, adjacent to the resort.

Let’s take a stroll on the beach. Can you feel the soft, warm sand between your toes, and smell the ocean ?  Let’s return to the resort & explore some other areas. The property’s center section features an architecturally stunning pool. This pool is lined by luxurious cabanas It wraps around several tall banana palms. To its western side, the resort sits on Barnes Bay Beach Barnes Bay Beach is a magnificent golden sand beach (though a bit rocky in some parts). Barnes Bay Beach is accessed via Half Shell Beach Bar This is Four Seasons’ interpretation of a beach shack, offering light lunch fare & drinks.

The resort’s villas are located along this stretch of beach. The villas can be booked for a holiday or purchased to serve as a home away from home. The resort’s villas are located along this stretch The villas can be booked for a holiday or purchased to serve as a home. As explained by its name, this part of the resort offers phenomenal sunset views. Let’s return to the sunset lounge & pool As explained by its name, this part of the resort offers phenol. It’s time for a dip in the stunning infinity pool. I hope my clips help you chill and enter a peaceful and soothing state of mind. Let’s have dinner at Salt Restaurant. Salt serves modern Caribbean cuisine (e.g. Anguillan risotto with local conch and lobster).                                                            


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