The Viceroy brand is best known for the colorful Hollywood Regency style favored by designer Kelly Wearstler at The Viceroy hotels in Santa Monica and Palm Springs. But the new Anguilla property offers a more sedate, sophisticated design with a pale color palate that lets the striking blue Caribbean Sea take center stage.
Set on 35 prime beachfront acres, the Viceroy Anguilla’s clean, modern lines evoke a sleek and sophisticated ambiance. The resort features 166 guest accommodations, ranging from standard guestrooms to expansive four- and five-bedroom beachfront villas with sliding glass doors, private sundecks, and lavish interiors. The villas are also available for purchase and are equipped with full kitchens featuring state-of-the art appliances and cookware, built-in ovens, wine chillers, washer/dryers, and Nespresso espresso machines. Highlights include luxurious marble bathrooms, outdoor silver travertine showers, and private pools.
The resort’s signature restaurant, Cobà, sits at the point of Barnes Bay and Meads Bay, with sweeping ocean views and crashing waves providing a dramatic setting. The menu focuses on fresh seafood with a pan-Asian twist. Four other restaurants offer a multitude of dining options, ranging from the casual Bamboo Bar and Grill to the Caribbean-inspired Aleta restaurant. For a bit of pampering, check into the two-story spa that offers an extensive menu of holistic options.
Even the little ones are welcome and can enjoy activities like kite-making or safe snorkeling at the kids club. There’s even a teen program and clubroom with teen-only games and parties. Everyone, however, can find their own bit of paradise in the crystal clear waters here offering myriad water activities including kite surfing, snorkeling, and diving.
Introductory rates are luring in-the-know travelers with a 50% discount off regular room prices, starting at only $495 per night. For more information or to book, contact Viceroy Anguilla Resort, or call (866) 270-7798.