Four Seasons Resort and Residence Anguilla
What We Love
- Kelly Wearstler’s glamorous interiors that feature sculptural furniture and floor-to-ceiling travertine bathrooms
- Multiple room options for families and groups, from One-Bedroom Ocean View Suites to Four- to Five-Bedroom Villas
- The spa's indoor and outdoor treatment rooms with sweeping sea views and a soundtrack of crashing waves
- Two distinct beaches—serene white-sand Barnes Bay or lively Meads Bay
What To Know
- At 35 acres with over 181 keys, this is the biggest resort on the island
- There are three pools, including one for families and the cliffside, adults-only infinity Sunset Pool
- The atmosphere is very-family friendly
- Villas, set apart from the rest of the resort, offer more privacy as well as their own pools
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With its sleek architecture, glamorous Kelly Wearstler-design, rows of palm trees, and open-air Sunset Lounge, the Four Seasons Anguilla exudes an LA-meets-the-Caribbean vibe. The 35-acre oceanfront resort offers a spectacularly beautiful backdrop with two distinct beaches, cliffside pools, and killer ocean views at every turn, whether you are getting a spa treatment or eating breakfast at Coba. Rooms are done in soothing tones with gold accents, and oversized bathrooms in travertine marble with deep soaking tubs and separate showers. Villas, set by the quieter Barnes Bay beach, offer a distinct experience from the rest of the resort: the Four-Bedroom Villas are roomy at over 4,700 square feet with a central living space, kitchen, dining area, and four ensuite bedrooms laid out to ensure privacy. If you can tear yourself away from your private pool and view, head down to the Half Shell Beach Bar for lobster rolls and a Dean Supreme Cocktail. Don’t miss the Sunset Lounge, where Instagram-worthy sunset views, sushi bites, and rum cocktails await.
In the Area
Anguilla is known as much for its restaurants as its beaches, and many of the island’s best foodie spots are can be reached by walking from the Four Seasons down Mead’s Bay beach. Be sure to visit the French-Caribbean restaurant Jacala, loved for its candlelit Moroccan-inspired backdrop, or the cheery, beachfront Straw Hat. If you only go to one restaurant on your stay, make it Blanchard’s for food you will be dreaming about on your return flight back. At the far end of the mile-long beach is the cliffside resort Malliouhana—a lovely spot for a sunset cocktail.
How to Get There
We stayed at Four Seasons Anguilla for 5 nights on a Caribbean family trip in April 2018 and loved our stay! The hotel had just reopened after major repairs due to hurricane Irma. The staff, including director of rooms Raul, was very attentive and hospitable. We received a very nice upgrade for all 6 family members. In spite of the tough times the hotel and the island had gone through, the atmosphere in the hotel was genuinely warm and pleasant. The main restaurant has an amazing sea view, so do the other restaurants! Food was excellent in all restaurants, The half shell is quite a heavenly place to have lunch 😊 We also very much enjoyed the beach and sailing facilities, including the helpful staff at both. Thank you for the nice stay, memories to cherish for the whole family. We look forward to return to this heavenly place!
The Peeters Family
Stayed at the Four Season’s Anguilla at the end of May early June. The staff as always were incredible, extremely kind and thoughtful. Everyone knew your name by the second or third day. I was given a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt with a full kitchen overlooking Meads Bay. The place was stunning, the balcony large with very comfortable deck furniture, the kitchen very handy to store some stuff in or to make a snack. More than ample closet space and amazing views. Water pressure in the shower was great. Wifi worked without issue including watching movies. Housekeeping did a great job. The spa is the best on the island- They have a beautiful space. They make great drinks at Sunset lounge and Half Shell. The sand on Meads Bay is soft, the water aqua blue, the weather fabulous. No, it is not cheap but oh, it is fabulous.
The Four Seasons Anguilla is like coming home to paradise! After visiting the resort last year we couldn’t wait to come back and see the staff after the hurricane last year. We love any Four Season resort but it’s the staff here that truly makes the experience memorable. They are warm, kind and never say no to any request. The pool attendants are amazing. A shout out to Kyra who came running (and I mean literally) every time we got up from our chair thinking we needed something. Daveena, Jimmy and Allison at the Sunset pool were also so amazing. Every staff member makes you feel welcome and it is genuine! Food was superb and service excellent. We were upgraded to a two bed room suite which was breathtaking. This Four Seasons and the stunning island is our favorite destination and we will be back for years to come. Jose, your staff is to be commended on a great job and making our vacation perfect. Warm regards, Margie and Diane.
Stayed in a 2 bedroom beach side residence on Meads Bay. Rooms were very nice especially the large private balcony overlooking the pool and beach. Having a kitchen and washer and dryer were nice features. On property enjoyed the beach, snorkeling, hobie cat sailing, the 3 pools , and the spa. Off property enjoyed two half day excursions. Fishing with FunTime and Elvis around Dog Island and island excursion to Prickly Pear Key , Little Bay ( jumped off rock), and lunch on Sandy Island with Calypso (Brad and Terell). Resort staff and Anguillan people could not have been nicer and seemed genuinely appreciative you were there to help rebuild the economy after the hurricane. Food and drinks were a little pricey but worth it. There is a small cheaper beach bar right next door on Meads Bay and a Best Buy grocery with food and liquor a five minute walk away. Look forward to returning
Me, my hubby, and son spent 4 nights at this fabulous resort and we loved every minute of it. We are definitely planning to come back. Anguilla is an amazing island with very friendly people. The staff at the Four Seasons was amazing and very friendly! My son loved the kids club and went daily. The breakfast view at Koba was amazing. We played basketball and went snorkeling and had one dinner outside of the resort to explore the island.
The Four Seasons is worth every penny. I got tired of cookie cutter all inclusive large resorts and wanted something higher-end and exclusive and this was it! We got upgraded to a two bedroom ocean view villa and it was luxury at its best. My son is still talking about the resort and how much fun he had.
We were there during the royal wedding and they had a viewing party/brunch that was soo much fun! I can’t wait to go back! Paradise found!