CéBlue Villas and Beach Resorts Offers Hybrid-Luxury Experience

Located on Anguilla, CéBlue Villas and Beach Resort offers a "best of both worlds" approach to luxury travel, combining the intimate signature service of private villa-based vacations with the plethora of dining, entertainment, and activities of the full-service resorts. The result, according to CéBlue, is a destination that caters to "those who seek to get away from it all yet still want to be a part of the action."

First and foremost: the villas.

The property contains eight villas, which offer configurations with up to six bedrooms. Each villa has a private salt-water pool, a 2,000-square-foot covered deck, outdoor rain shower, a fully equipped kitchen and wine cooler, a game room, and lavish amenities (including Wi-Fi).

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As for the activities: CéBlue has a Blue Spa, which can focus on both muscle and mind, and the Clubhouse, which includes a fitness center and a kids' game room with ping pong, air hockey, and video games. There is also a Greg Norman-designed championship golf course, non-motorized water sports (snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, windsurfing, and sailing). Guests can even swim with dolphins.

Little Bay, which can only be accessed by water either via the resort’s launch service or a short swim from CéBlue’s beachfront, is home to a wide variety of sea-life, including turtles, parrotfish, stingrays, garden eels and other tropical fish. Here, guests can snorkel or jump off the 20-foot-tall "Jumping Rock" into the water.

The Blue Bar is a spot where both guests and locals can enjoy their nights. A short drive away, the village of Sandy Ground offers additional nightlife.

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