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Stylish Beaches of Anguilla

The pool overlooking Barnes Bay at the Viceroy Anguilla.

Photo: João Canziani

Renowned for its beautiful beaches, Anguilla remains relatively undeveloped compared with its neighbors—but it’s still home to wonderfully unfussy restaurants and some of the Caribbean's most luxurious resorts and villas.

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Destinations: Anguilla · All of Anguilla

Inspired by: Relaxing Retreat in Anguilla — by Shane Mitchell, Published Sep. 2010

Hotels (5)

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    Viceroy Anguilla

    Kelly Wearstler-designed interiors set the stage for this secludedescape along 3,200 feet of pristine white-sand beachfront; amenitiesinclude priva

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    Kú Hotel

    From the hotel group behind celebrity favorite Cap Juluca comes Kú, which means “sacred place” in the Arawak Indian language. The name is appropria

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    Cap Juluca

    Located on spectacular Maundays Bay, this 179-acre Caribbean resort with its striking Moorish architecture has long been a favorite of everyone fro

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    St. Regis Temenos Villas, Anguilla

    With a name that means "sanctuary" in Greek, it's fitting that theproperty resembles a Mediterranean hilltop village: picturewhite-stucco arches an

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    Malliouhana, an Auberge Resort


    This venue is now closed.

    When it opened on the west end of Anguilla in 1984, the trendsetting 55-room Malliouhana Hotel & Spa helped put the beac

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Restaurants (9)

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    Smokey’s at the Cove

    On weekends, chicken barbecue, complete with Carib lagers and live music near the surf, is the main attraction.

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    E’s Oven

    For West Indian dishes like Creole conch stew with fried plantains or goat curry. Chef Vernon Hughes cooks on the same spot where his mother presid

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    B&D’s Barbecue

    On an island with dozens of roadside grill stands, this local standout is known for its smoky pork ribs to go.

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    Straw Hat Restaurant

    Famous for its grilled Anguillan crayfish drizzled with ginger vinaigrette.

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    BBQ Grill

    Unfussy roadside barbecue shacks are where you’ll find the most memorable (and affordable) meals. This one's specialty is sliced roasted pork, rubb

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    Tamarind Tree Bar & Restaurant

    Unfussy roadside barbecue shacks are where you’ll find the most memorable (and affordable) meals. Try the fiery grilled ribs and fish at this one.

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    Tasty’s Restaurant

    At Tasty's Restaurant, a pastel roadhouse run by Malliouhana-trained Anguillan chef Dale Carty, conch salad and coconut-crusted parrotfish with spi

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    KoalKeel

    Don't leave Anguilla without an evening in this limestone cottage built in the 18th century by Dutch sugarcane planters. Chef Gwendolyn Smith’s men

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    CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa Restaurant

Activities (4)

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    Fabiana's Why Knot

    Ask designer Fabiana Liburd to show you how to tie her signature cover-up in the local style.

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    Geraud’s Patisserie

    French expat Geraud Lavest oversees the kitchen where the café au lait is straight out of Paris but the mango-topped French toast has a tropical sp

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    Pumphouse

    Rum punches and reggae bands are the draw here. Get there early on Thursdays; calypso night draws the crowds.

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    Dune Preserve

    The Scene: Using pieces of shipwrecked racing boats and washed-up driftwood, owner Bankie Banx and his best friend, Bullett, built the Dune Preserv

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  • Affordable Curaçao

    Bermuda, Negril, Vieques, Willemstad, Westpunt

    Powdery beaches, a harbor surrounded by candy-colored 18th-century buildings, and cultural vestiges from three centuries of Dutch rule make Curaçao a vibrant budget vacation spot.

  • Luxe Caribbean Resorts

    St. James, St. George's, Montego Bay, Oracabessa, Providenciales

    When you want the perfect view, the best golf course, the gaggle of nannies to take care of the kids, and luxurious touches everywhere you look, including plasma tv's, plunge pools and indoor/outdo

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  • Spa Resorts of the Caribbean

    Providenciales, St. John, All of Anguilla

    Couples suites, indoor and outdoor treatment rooms, yoga retreats and hydrating facials are offered in the Caribbean's top spa resorts. Gorgeous views, blissful peace and attentive staff are bound

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