Four Seasons Resort and Residence Anguilla
At a Glance
Situated between two bays with pristine white sand beaches
Sophisticated and contemporary interiors designed by Kelly Wearstler
Wonderful Sunset Lounge for cocktails with a view
Four restaurants and lounges serving local produce to a high international standard
Family friendly, with a fresh and contemporary Kids and Teens Club
Luxury spa for indulgent treatments
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Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.
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The Four Seasons Resort Anguilla is a stunning contemporary style resort set in 35 acres of tropical grounds and overlooking two beautiful bays with powdery white sand beaches. Perfect for both couples and families, with excellent children's facilities.
The Four Seasons Resort 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 hotel offers the most decadent of surroundings. Perfect for honeymooners, friends or families, there is an accommodation option to suit all groups of guests whilst retaining the highest standards. The funky custom-designed interiors, furnishings and accessories across the resort have been designed by the world-renowned Kelly Wearstler to create a truly luxurious contemporary, Caribbean style.
There are a wealth of facilities including some fabulous dining options and a wonderful sunset lounge, the luxurious spa and then the 'Kids For All Seasons' kids club. The real jewel in the crown of the Four Seasons Anguilla is it's stunning beachfront location with nearly a kilometer of white-sand beach and no guest will struggle for active things to do with complimentary use of boats, boards and more, 3 swimming pools, tennis, rock climbing, basketball and badminton on offer.
Accommodation at the Four Seasons Anguilla is made up of 181 rooms, suites and villas, all stretched along five acres of stunning beachfront. with 80% of room types enjoying a magnificent sea view. The contemporary decor is elegant and neutral with touches of natural materials and textiles such as driftwood. With a wide variety of multi-room accommodation options, the Four Seasons Anguilla is the perfect choice for larger groups of families looking for the utmost comfort and style in a luxury beachfront location.
Children aged 5 to 12 years can enjoy the complimentary Kids For All Seasons club from 9am to 5pm every day with exciting indoor and outdoor facilities. Every day is different and may include some of these all-time favorites: 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; jewelry making/beading classes; face painting and sand art. Fun activities are also organized for teens aged 12 years and over with an array of complimentary water and land sports and some extra activities with a charge such as horseback riding, painting classes and teen spa treatments.
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 the Four Seasons Resort Anguilla include four restaurants and bars, three swimming pools (two adult only), three tennis courts, and a fitness center with cardio, strength and Kinesis equipment, spin bikes and a yoga and pilates studio. The beachfront spa features 13 treatmemnt rooms, salon services and an outdoor infinity pool with views of Meads Bay.
The Sea Center is the resort's private beach club and is fully equipped with Hobie Cats, single and double kayaks, paddleboards, boogie boards and Sunfish sailboats which are available for complimentary hire. Anguilla is also a pefect spot to learn to kitesurf and there is a IKO certified kite school offering lessons at a fee. The resort's Sports Pavilion has a basketball court, 3 hard tennis court, a badminton court and a rock climbing wall with lessons for adults and children offered daily.
The Spa at Four Seasons Anguilla is built over two-storeys and offers thirteen individual and couples’ treatment rooms, salon services and an outdoor infinity pool with views of Meads Bay. There is also a spa menu for gentlemen with treatments designed specifically for men's skin care.
Lobster Lunch at Scilly Cay
Enjoy a delicious lunch of barbecued lobster, crayfish or chicken, located on the gorgeous, yet simple, Scilly Cay. Wash it down with their famous Rum punch and then relax in the sun or go for a snorkel. Simple and delicious. Open on Wednesday and Sundays
The Pelican Trail at Little Bay
The Pelican Trail at Little Bay Pelican Trail sits atop the bluffs of Katouche Bay, 200 feet above sea level. The “Trail” consists of 480 wooden steps and 7 eco-friendly gazebos that cascade down to the water’s edge where a diving platform.
Location & directions
On Anguilla's west end, the Four Seasons Resort 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.