This friendly island invites you to relax, kick off your shoes and enjoy! Imagine a small island that provides a private, pristine retreat for all who seek one — Anguilla. Wrapped in a brilliant turquoise sea, thirty-three stunning, powder-soft white sand beaches await your footprints, friendly people anticipate your smiles, and a world-class vacation is only a short journey away. Here are two resorts one moderately priced and one for the bold, you decide.
The Arawak Beach Inn
For a sand between your toes getaway and a casual relaxed atmosphere, there can be no better place to stay than the Arawak Beach Inn – Anguilla. Comprising of just 17 accommodations painted in pretty pastel shades, at the Arawak Beach Inn a home-away-from-home atmosphere prevails, be it with a distinctly Caribbean flavor. This is a place to relax and unwind, surrounded by all the comforts you will need, in a glorious Caribbean setting. Here nothing is too much trouble and the best place to try this out is at the Arawak?s delightful bar and restaurant, where delicious home-cooked breakfasts are served, and throughout the day and into the evening, traditional Caribbean fare, tasty snacks and international cuisine is available. Priced at $73.00 dollars a day.
The CuisinArt Resort & Spa
Inspired by the style of the Mediterranean, the whitewashed villas surrounded by lush plantings provide the perfect backdrop for your resort experience. A dazzling infinity pool stretches from the main building to the beach bar. Turquoise waters beckon you to swim, snorkel or sail, while two miles of velvety white sand invite you to bask in the sun. Award-winning botanical design weaves a tropical tapestry of fragrance, color and texture. Serpentine plantings gently wind their way through the grounds. The first resort farm of its kind, this state-of-the-art, soil- free growing process produces the freshest and healthiest vegetables and edible flowers on Anguilla. The crop is harvested daily, providing the purest ingredients for both the cuisine and spa treatments. Executive Chef Daniel Orr and Chef de Cuisine Christopher Heath create the finest in world-class cuisine with a Caribbean accent, offering one of the most singular dining experiences in the West Indies. Experience the synergy of old-world European spa treatments and the latest in modern spa techniques. Spa Director Kathy Eggelston introduces innovative regimes designed to relax or rejuvenate you. Priced around $291 dollars a day.
Of course, wherever you travel, it is highly recommended that you take out travel insurance before embarking on any vacation. Unfortunately, without insurance, you have little recourse if you have to suddenly cancel your trip due to illness or other unforeseeable circumstances. Realize that resorts like this will expect to be paid no matter what. However, with travel insurance, you can recoup some or all of your costs if travel and vacation plans change. Travel insurance is very affordably priced, so please check out your options.