Hotels in Anguilla
Hotels in Anguilla range from luxury, five-star resorts and villas to mid-priced bed and breakfasts, to budget motels, guesthouses, and hostels. As such, it’s possible for vacationers on a wide range of budgets to find numerous Anguilla hotels that meet their desired price points.
For travelers for whom money is no object, the island boasts a number of glittering, upscale resorts including the Viceroy Anguilla. Considered to be one of the best hotels in Anguilla, this five star beach front hotel boasts a cushy list of amenities including sprawling, manicured grounds, a full-service spa, a health center, outdoor pool and multiple tennis courts. And then – for vacationers searching for complete over-the-top ridiculous luxury -- there is the Spyglass Hill, a private villa overlooking the ocean that can be rented out by the night.
Vacationers looking for more affordable hotels in Anguilla can choose from a number of moderately priced establishments on the island, including the Anguilla Guest House, Ku on Shoal Bay, and the Caribbean Seaview.
Mediterranean villas and the island's largest spa (16 treatment rooms, including VIP and couples suites, and dual hammams) tucked into a crystal-blue bend on Anguilla's Rendezvous Bay.
The Location: At the western end of this sleepy 16-mile-long island (part of the Lesser Antilles and still a British territory), Sirena looms right over the pristine sugar-sand beach of tranquil Meads Bay.
Located on spectacular Maundays Bay, this 179-acre Caribbean resort with its striking Moorish architecture has long been a favorite of everyone from honeymooners to Hollywood A-listers.
For decades, this 16-mile-long island in the British West Indies has had what is arguably the Caribbean’s highest concentration of luxury properties.
Kelly Wearstler-designed interiors set the stage for this secludedescape along 3,200 feet of pristine white-sand beachfront; amenitiesinclude private oceanview pools, gourmet kitchens, a two-story spa,three restaurants, and Viceroy's renowned hospitality and pampering.
From the hotel group behind celebrity favorite Cap Juluca comes Kú, which means “sacred place” in the Arawak Indian language. The name is appropriate, given that the hotel sits on the white-sand beach of Shoal Bay East near Fountain Cave, one of the tribe’s ceremonial sites.
This venue is now closed.
With a name that means "sanctuary" in Greek, it's fitting that theproperty resembles a Mediterranean hilltop village: picturewhite-stucco arches and airy ceilings.