The Viceroy Anguilla is set in 35 acres between Barnes Bay and Meads Bay, and boasting 1,000 feet of white sand beach, with footpaths and tropical foliage throughout. With stunning suites and residences, most with their own private plunge pool, the Viceroy offers the most decadent of surroundings. Perfect for honeymooners, friends or families, there is an accommodation to suit all whilst retaining the highest standards. The funky custom-designed interiors, furnishings and accessories across the resort have been designed by the infamous Kelly Wearstler to create a truly luxurious Caribbean style.
There are a wealth of facilities including some fabulous dining options and a wonderful sunset lounge, the luxurious Spa at Viceroy and then the “Generation V” kids club. Enjoy those little Viceroy extras which make for a really special stay, such as Organic cookery classes, custom days out for couples or families with gourmet picnics, boat trips and snorkelling from a private beach, private in villa dining with a dedicated chef or a special dinner on the beach. Nothing is too much trouble in order to make your stay unforgettable.
Viceroy's luxury accommodations in Anguilla truly exceed expectations for style, comfort and service. Experience a relaxing retreat with lavish amenities at this Caribbean beachfront resort. It features 166 studios, one, two and three bedroom suites including five penthouses as well as freestanding four and five bedroom villas.
In every one of these incredible rooms you can expect:
- Marble bathroom featuring double sinks
Deep soaking tub
Oversized walk-in shower
Outdoor sundeck with chaise lounges for two
Private plunge pool
Outdoor balcony with spiral staircase leads to a spacious rooftop deck
Children ages 4 - 11 years, will find the Generation V centre. Every day is different and may include some of these all-time favourites: Cookie and cupcake decorating classes; Treasure & Scavenger Hunts; Beach Olympics (sack races, three legged races, tug of war, etc) on Meads Bay Beach; Nature Walks; Jewellery Making/beading classes; Face Painting and Sand Art.
Programs are offered daily (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and are complimentary to guests at Viceroy Anguilla.
A babysitting service is available on request.
Facilities at Viceroy Anguilla include five restaurants and bars, three swimming pools (one adult only), three tennis courts, boutique, fitness centre, Technogym with a dedicated Star Trac spinning room, yoga and pilates studio. The Spa at Viceroy features an ocean front spa pool, 8 indoor treatment rooms and three outdoor ocean front spa cabanas, jogging track, bicycles, WiFi.
Complimentary activities include swimming, snorkelling, tennis, yoga and pilates, gym, Generation V Kid's Club (with the exception of some activities). Activities with additional charges include the Meads Bay Beach Club offering sea kayaks, sunfish, hobie cats, windsurfers, paddle boards, boogie boards and snorkelling, yacht and boat charters, bike hire, horseback riding, scuba diving and golf available nearby.
Babysitting (additional charge). Villa chef program and lifestyle assistant. In room dining. Private fitness training.
When to travel
Anguilla receives the most visitors in February, with the peak travel season kicking off in late December for the Christmas & New Year's holidays. High season travel continues through April. And although, June to November is considered to be hurricane season with the hottest temperatures, the weather is known to be fairly accommodating with the high humid temperatures starting up in September through November.
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Location and directions
On Anguilla's west end, Viceroy Anguilla claims a prime resort location on 35 lushly tended acres. Set along more than 3,200 feet of exclusive Caribbean beachfront, where a few uninhabited islands glint on the horizon, the resort crowns the high coral point separating the azure waters of Barnes and Meads Bays, and lies within easy reach of Anguilla’s slender 16-mile expanse of beaches, restaurants and hidden retreats.
How to get there
With no direct flights to Anguilla, visitors from the UK tend to fly via Antigua (British Airways and Virgin Atlantic) and then make the local transfer by LIAT or on a small charter plane. From London to Anguilla to is 10-12 hours (including a stopover in Antigua). Viceroy Anguilla is 15 minutes from the airport.