Replace a virtual background with an ocean view, recharge mind and body with curated experiences and the extraordinary natural beauty of Anguilla

Photos Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla

Providing privacy and exclusivity in a place to call home, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla invites guests to settle in with an extended stay at the Resort’s idyllic Private Residences. This pristine 16-mile long island, voted #1 island in the Caribbean by Travel + Leisure magazine for the last four years, is guaranteed to satisfy one’s wanderlust. 

Whether looking for more quality time with loved ones, or for a quiet extended break to rejuvenate, guests are rewarded with a preferred rate for stays of 30 days or more in one of the Resort’s Private Retreats – perfect refuges in tropical seclusion ranging from one-bedroom Residences to five-bedroom Beachfront Villas.

The Resort has set up solutions-based services to help couples and families get settled for an extended stay. All residential accommodations feature gourmet kitchens, expansive living areas, washers/dryers and private balconies with plunge pools. The Villas include all residential features plus private pools, hot tubs, outdoor showers and outdoor kitchens, stunning ocean views and a private Residential Assistant to provide around-the-clock services.  

“Anguilla habitués have long known our island to be a haven of privacy and safety in unparalleled natural beauty. And now, more than ever, as we seek the security of good health and well-being, we have created an enticing bubble in which to set up residence for the winter months. It’s time to leave it all behind, Anguilla awaits,” says Jose Adames, the Resort General Manager. Anguilla entered a second phase of reopening on November 1, 2020, establishing measures to safeguard its COVID-free status. The Resort is accepting reservations for stays from November 19, 2020. “We are passionate about contributing to the wellness of our guests as they recalibrate their mind, body and spirit.”

Remote Working – Home workspace has never been more gorgeous, with ocean waves and dramatic sunsets as a welcome distraction. At the Resort’s Beachfront Villas, outdoor poolside cabanas offer a peaceful environment in which to be productive. Quiet private spaces for virtual meetings are also available in the Resort’s light-filled meeting spaces or may be easily found in the spacious residences. The Resort’s dedicated IT department manages all guest requests and ensures connectivity.

Schoolcations – Travelling with school aged children? Supervised by friendly counsellors, the Resort’s complimentary Virtual Classroom allows children to focus on schoolwork while parents enjoy the Resort’s amenities or settle for their own work from home routines. Teenagers will find respite from screen time in after-school activities such as swimming, tennis lessons, basketball, and even a climbing wall. The little ones enjoy supervised fun breaks with crafts, story time and learning about Caribbean pirate lore.

Culinary Experiences – The Resort’s four al fresco restaurants offer

jaw-dropping views of the ocean and feature an extraordinary variety of delicious options, from favorite comfort foods to local specialties. Guests also may enjoy a private chef-prepared meal, in-room dining service or cook a favorite recipe with groceries stocked prior to arrival and restocked as requested.

Get Active – Set on 35 acres (14 hectares), the Resort offers plenty of room for fresh air morning runs or leisurely walks in isolation. A complete fitness center, tennis courts, and rock-climbing wall may be reserved for private workouts, which may be followed by a dip in a private plunge pool or in one of the Resort’s many scenic pools. Private trainers may be booked for in-residence workouts and paddleboards or kayaks are available for a moment of solitude on the ocean.

Free to Roam – Visitors staying for more than 10 days on Anguilla may explore the Island’s 33 pristine beaches, enjoy some of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean, and participate in local life to learn why Anguilla has been voted #1 island in the Caribbean for the past four years.

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