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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
Anguilla is an incredible island and there is no better place to stay than the Four Seasons. The friendly staff and luxurious accommodations have made this the most amazing family vacation. We stayed in a five bedroom beachfront villa and it was perfect in every way! We all can’t wait til the next time we come back to this beautiful island ❤️
The most incredible resort and service. My wife and I went for our honeymoon and it was an experience of a lifetime! The beach was beautiful with white sand. The beds were like sleeping on a cloud. Cant wait to go back soon.
Four Seasons Anguilla is by all standards a beautiful hotel sitting on a grand well-manicured property right along Anguilla’s coastline. This means that from any point on the property you are always only a short walk from the beach and some rooms/villas are even closer (at a premium of course). Better yet, the hotel is a short ride (10mins) from the ferry. While Anguilla has an airport, the most common route is through St Maarten’s airport, from which you’ll take a 25min speedboat to get to Anguilla’s ferry station. On paper, this sounds like an additional hurdle, but in reality, it’s a lovely opportunity to get a glimpse of another island before settling into Anguilla but even more importantly, the boat ride between islands makes for an exhilarating and fun sightseeing experience.
The property reads brand new and contemporary, I was surprised when a staffer shared that he had been working there for 4 years, I had assumed the hotel must have opened in the last couple of years due to its appearance. This for me is always an important sign of the attention to cleanliness at a hotel. I have been at 6month old hotels that are already showing signs of fatigue and use, and often that doesn’t bode well for the future of the hotel.
I am yet to be disappointed by Four Seasons service. Their training program must be super solid- across the board, every single person I came across, from dedicated interactions to passing by, every single staffer was super helpful, super courteous while always maintaining the right amount of “do you need help” with “I’ll let you enjoy your day”. I say this all the time, but there is a level of too much service that can be intrusive and forced. The best service is a light touch, not a heavy hand.
HIGHLIGHTS: Beaches, Food (especially the Caribbean breakfast options), Sundown