The resort, which is a rebranding of the former Viceroy Anguilla in Barnes Bay on the southwestern corner of the island, becomes Four Seasons’ second Caribbean property along with its flagship resort in Nevis.
The hotel has a total of 181 total accommodations, including 24 villas, four townhomes and 33 residences, along with five restaurants and lounges, a superb spa, a fitness center and three heated outdoor pools.
A number of the spacious, modern rooms also come with a special perk: a private plunge pool, while even basic rooms have marble bathrooms, deep soaking tubs, walk-in showers and large outdoor sundecks.
The pools at the Four Seasons in Anguilla are one of the property’s standouts, thanks to an elevated infinity pool that has one of the Caribbean’s most spectacular views, adjacent to the hotel’s Sunset Lounge.
That’s joined by restaurants including Cobà, a seafood grill, the Half Shell Beach Bar and the Bamboo Bar & Grill, which has a Mediterranean culinary focus.
This has long been one of the Caribbean’s most architecturally stunning hotels, highlighted by its Kelly Wearstler interiors and a design by Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG).
If the company’s Nevis property is any indication, Four Seasons should bring a new level of service to one of the region’s toniest destinations.