Sheriva Luxury Villas and Suites
What We Love
- Each suite and villa features ocean-facing balconies and at least one private pool
- Free WiFi
- Myriad family-friendly amenities, including babysitting services and an action-packed Game Lounge
What To Know
- Villa guests have exclusive golf cart access, and those staying in the suites can use the property’s free shuttle
- Although there’s no on-site restaurant, you can hire a private chef to cook in your villa
- The nearest beach, Maundays Bay, is a two-minute drive away
- Most off-site excursions and villa services must be arranged prior to arrival
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located on Anguilla’s sleepy West End, the Sheriva Villa Hotel is set in an exclusive gated community and comprises two expansive one-bedroom suites and three European-style villas (great for families). All air-conditioned suites and villas have enormous balconies (with views of neighboring St. Martin and the Caribbean Sea), rattan furnishings, Plantation-style shutter windows and vaulted ceilings. Interiors have a decidedly Caribbean air, with exotic hardwood accents and pastel hues such as mint green and robin’s egg blue. Feel like a Hollywood A-lister splashing about in your private pool or simply soak in the marble bathroom’s infinity-edged jetted tub. Worried about keeping the kids entertained? There’s a game lounge (no quarters required) that’s equipped with foosball and air hockey tables, a retro Pac Man arcade, Wii games and more. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., a concierge can stock your refrigerator, hire a private chef, book an in-room spa treatment and arrange island catamaran tours. For everything else, you can hop in your golf cart (available to villa guests throughout the duration of the stay) and zip into town, which is lined with trendy boutique shops, beachfront bars and restaurants serving Anguillan specialties.
In the Area
On the eastern edge of the Caribbean Sea, the low-key island of Anguilla is 34 square miles of zigzagging dirt roads leading to thickets of mangroves and 33 pristine white beaches. Swim close to giant brain coral and purple elk horn on a snorkeling expedition along Prickly Pear Cay or cruise the island by catamaran with Lambada. If golf’s your thing, take a swing at one of the courses within a five-minute drive from the hotel. The Greg Norman-designed course at CuisinArt Golf Club offers 18 holes with uninterrupted Caribbean views, and down the road at Cap Juluca is a 7,063-yard set of links with sand dunes and saltwater ponds. Savor Anguillan barbecue at Big Jim’s, a locals-favorite village pub at Blowing Point Ferry where must-orders include the goat water (soup) and pork ribs, or order up the day’s catch and a coconut gin juice as a sundowner at the beachfront Dune Preserve.
How to Get There
This was our 6th time staying at Sheriva. From the first time to our most recent vacation a few months ago the experience only gets better. The Villa's are all stunning and we have now stayed in all 3. This trip we stayed in Mystique which we all loved. For us Sheriva and Anguilla is such a special place. The staff and owner of Sheriva have maintained the property so well over the years. Sheriva is one of the few places we stay where we can honestly say we see improvements and re-investment in a property year after year.
We can't wait until we return again next year.
My husband and I stayed at Sheriva villa Mystique. The feeling you get when you stay there is of beauty and tranquillity. The villa was pristine yet still comfortable. The staff is wonderful, willing to help you with anything that you may need. We had a wonderful breakfast prepared for us each morning in our villa and also a fabulous business dinner one evening. The food was excellent. Beach chairs, towels and coolers of water were waiting for us on Cap Juluca whenever we wanted to head to the beach. We can't wait to return.
We stayed at Sheriva in a 1 BR Pool Suite for 10 days in March. I hesitate to write this review for fear that we won't be able to continue to stay at this wonderful place because it will get too crowded! We loved everything about Sheriva. My husband and I were traveling with our 2 1/2 year old daughter and it was wonderful to have our own pool and patio so we could still enjoy ourselves while she was napping or after she went to bed at night. And, with a potty training toddler, having our laundry washed for us every few days was invaluable. We had the Sheriva staff prepare a lobster dinner the first night we arrived and it was probably the best we had on the island (and my husband prides himself on eating A LOT of Caribbean lobster in Anguilla). Generally speaking, the staff was friendly, attentive, and made the guests feel like family. We had a small issue with noise from some other guests staying above us in the villa (who were there on business) and the staff - which included the owner - really went above and beyond to remedy the situation. Beach setup is about as good as it gets. Chairs are set up daily with a cooler full of bottled water and a sign with your name on it. We had family staying at Cap Juluca while we were there and Sheriva was kind enough to set up extra chairs for them so we could all sit together. We left some personal items in the cooler one day and the next day those items were placed back in the cooler in the morning. Talk about service! My only "complaint" (and I wouldn't even call it that) was that the wifi was pretty spotty. It would be great if you could access it out at the pool. Obviously, this is a minor concern and we didn't really *need* the WIFI. We are already looking forward to our visit next year!