Anguilla, an island that suffered enormously in Hurricane Irma, is up and running and ready to welcome you, with the recent reopening of some of its best loved hotels.
Set atop a panoramic bluff overlooking the sands of Meads Bay and Turtle Cove, Malliouhana has one of the best spots on the island. The go-to luxury hideaway for the international jet set since 1980s re-opened its doors on 15th December 2018 and is looking better than ever! Pick from one of the 44 ocean front rooms and suites, designed with love by Todd Avery Lenahan. All are island-inspired with sunny yellows and bright coral pinks making every room tick the wow factor box. We highly recommend upgrading to the Ocean View Suite so you can enjoy a sundowner with a spectacular view!
The two-tiered infinity edge pool will debut new outdoor furniture showcasing the much-Instagrammed yellow and white stripped umbrellas and colour scheme for a true VIP experience! The most coveted spot in the hotel, the famous Bar Soleil, has a fresh new vibe envoking a Turkish hookah lounge. New for March 2019 is Leon’s Porch and Beach Bar… located on the silky sands of Meads Bay, you can now enjoy delicious Caribbean cuisine and cocktails just steps from your sun lounger!
Fresh from it’s re-opening on 10th December 2018, Belmond Cap Juluca has been fully reimagined! This luxury resort on Maundays Bay embarked on a huge renovation and expansion which is aiming to lead a new era of beach-chic glamour on Anguilla!
Step into a private island paradise with 25 new beachfront villas featuring white ceramic floors and fresh new interiors all designed to enchant. The grounds have been injected with love, with colourful botanicals and indigenous plants adding to the magic of the property. There will be two brand new swimming pools… an infinity pool overlooking the ocean and another relaxation pool within the brand new spa.
Belmond Cap Juluca intends to be the heart of the island’s diverse culinary offerings and they are proud to announce the opening of their two new restaurants. Cip, the Italian restaurant is inspired by the iconic restaurant at Belmond Hotel Cipriani in Venice, and The Cap Shack embraces the BBQ at the beach vibe, with an ultra-cool food truck serving delicious tapas dishes and thirst quenching rum punch!
Newly reopened in November 2018, CuisinArt Resort & Spa now provides the ultimate setting for an Anguillan holiday, with beautiful Mediterranean style architecture and stunning Caribbean vistas.
While the hotels Mediterranean style architecture has been restored to its pre-hurricane glory, the interior has also been lovingly redesigned, with all suites and villas decorated with whitewashed wood and bright blues hues to give a chic, coastal feel. The resorts Hydroponic farm – the first on Anguilla is now creating globally influenced menus and experiences designed around island-sourced ingredients really embracing the 2018 ethics of sustainability. At KazBar, guests are now able to enjoy meze menus with North Africa influences whilst Café Mediterranean has reopened as Mosaic – an all day dining venue offering cuisines from all around the world.
The first of the luxury hotels to reopen following hurricane Irma, Zemi Beach House has been welcoming guests back since February 2018. A glorious property set on the shimmering sands of Shoal Bay East and just a short stroll from local bars and restaurants, it is an excellent choice for both families and couples.