New in the Caribbean: Four Seasons Resort Anguilla

Just in time for the holidays, Four Seasons has unveiled a new property in the Caribbean. Formerly the Viceroy Anguilla, the Four Seasons Anguilla is fresh from a $10 million renovation. Situated in the British West Indies, this tropical island is famously undeveloped—with a ban on casinos, cruise ships, and tall buildings. The newly spruced-up resort has a total of 181 accommodations options (including villas) which were originally designed by Kelly Wearstler; 80 percent of these rooms have Caribbean sea views. Gabellini Sheppard Associates redecorated the restaurants, while the resort lighting was enhanced by Bouyea & Associates. Notably, the 24-hour fitness center has been expanded and offers yoga, Pilates, and spin classes. Later this month, the resort will unveil a new seafood concept for the signature restaurant, Cobà.

The resort’s facilities are extensive: there’s a Kids Club, three pools, a Sea Centre which offers water sports from the beach, basketball, tennis, and an 8,100- square-foot-spa overlooking the beach. To celebrate the grand opening, the Four Seasons Resort Anguilla is promoting a complimentary night offer through December 15, 2016.

Four Seasons has been in the Caribbean for over 25 years. The Anguilla resort is the second Caribbean property for the luxury hotel brand, following the Four Seasons Resort Nevis which opened in 1990.

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