Formerly known as Viceroy Anguilla Resort, the revamped property is reopening Mid-October.
Framed by endless white-sand beaches, serene bays and rugged coral coastline, The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, presented by Starwood Capital Group, offers unobstructed views of the Caribbean Sea. Formerly known as Viceroy Anguilla Resort, the property is reopening this fall under a different name and will feature 166 accommodations designed by Kelly Wearstler, including dedicated resort guest rooms, whole-ownership beachfront private residences (ranging from one-bedroom Deluxe Studios to five-bedroom Beachfront Villas) in addition to a spa, world-class dining and a wide range of pool and watersport activities. The property will elevate seaside luxury on the island, combining sleek, modern design and stunning natural surroundings with Four Seasons legendary quality and service.
The resort will undergo a rebranding and a number of property enhancements as part of its annual seasonal closure (August 22 – October 20, 2016). Four Seasons will bring its 50 years of experience to the property, and guests will notice significant changes in the arrival courtyard, lobby, Sunset Lounge and restaurants, as well as the fitness center, which will be expanded with newly-added equipment. All guest rooms will be reimagined with “Four Seasons-inspired touches.”
The 35-square-mile island of Anguilla is known to a select few for its authentic Caribbean feel, free from the influence of casinos and cruise ships, with the exclusivity of a private island. This intimate limestone island, encircled by sugar-sand beaches and clear turquoise sea, is part of the Leeward Islands, naturally protected from the winds blowing from the East. Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Anguilla is located along the northwestern shore, offering 3,200 feet of pristine beachfront and sweeping views of the breaking surf.
All photos courtesy of Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla.