Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla
When you arrive in Anguilla, the stresses of everyday life are left far behind. Set along the island’s northwest shore, atop coralline bluffs overlooking two of Anguilla’s most pristine beaches, our Resort is a place to make memories with friends and family. Settle into one of our spacious accommodations with ocean views and fill your days with water sports, relaxing pool time, pampering spa treatments and exotic dining experiences.
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Receive daily breakfast and a complimentary fifth night with every four consecutive paid nights.
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For every part of you, including your inner being, the Spa at Four Seasons Anguilla offers transformative wellness experiences. Overlooking the blue Caribbean Sea from tranquil indoor and outdoor treatment areas, our two-storey luxury beachfront spa features thirteen individual and couples’ treatment rooms, salon services and an outdoor infinity pool with views of Meads Bay.
Imagine a tropical island about the size of Manhattan, with only two traffic lights and 33 of the most stunning beaches in the world. From long and gentle to tiny, hidden, coral-cliffed coves, the beaches are edged in silky white sand and brilliant blue water. Just 11 kilometres (7 miles) across the strait from St. Martin/St. Maarten in the British West Indies, this is the beautiful, peaceful, laid-back home for Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla.
Pools, Activities and Other Amenities
On the coraline bluffs and beaches overlooking two bays, Four Seasons Resort Anguilla gives you front-row seats to the Caribbean. But sitting is optional. Stroll hand-in-hand along nearly a kilometre (over half a mile) of soft, white sand. Drop into our Sea Centre for everything you need to explore the water. Suit your mood in one of our three pools. Or be as active as you wish at the Sports Pavilion, where you can find everything from hard-driving tennis and rock climbing to a quiet game of bocce.