There is little that can top the visual appeal of an island archipelago and the British Virgin Islands are no exception. On St. Barths the stylish ambience of the south of France rubs shoulders with the vibrant beauty of the West Indies. Since the mid-eighties Anguilla has garnered itself a reputation that many tropical islands would envy, with just the right blend of worldly sophistication and untouched natural beauty.
HOW TO GET THERE
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic operate frequent flights into the hub of Antigua making it convenient to take a same day connection on to somewhere smaller. Scheduled services or private jets are equally an option here, with Tradewind Aviation offering a hybrid of a private jet experience on a daily scheduled service to St. Barths. Similarly for the British Virgin Islands, Air Monaco operate twice weekly direct flights on Fridays and Saturdays.
WHEN TO TRAVEL
December to July are the best months to travel having average daily temperatures of 28 – 29 degrees, with welcome Trade Winds blowing year round.
At Four Seasons Anguilla the ambience is stylish and cool, with modern architecture blending sympathetically with organic Anguillan palettes and sophisticated, contemporary interiors by designer Kelly Wearstler adding rich textural contrast. From elegant garden view guest rooms to beautiful beachfront villas with private pools, Four Seasons luxury accommodations combine style, comfort and service.
Launched on an unsuspecting world in 1988, Cap Juluca is as impressive today as it was all those years ago. It’s theposter child for unbridled Caribbean glamour. The mile-long beach is as groomed as the high-profile names who drop in here regularly.
This ‘Leading Hotel of the World’ basks in the same kind of critical acclaim in the luxury hotel industry as its parent company enjoys in the upmarket culinary field. Not only is its laid-back mood just as good a fit for families as it is for couples, but its two-mile beach ranks amongst the Caribbean’s finest.
This 10 bedroom private luxury villa with a resort setting and its own landscaped 2.5 acres is equipped with every imaginable amenity for the discerning traveller.
Built atop a panoramic bluff overlooking the Caribbean and reaching down to the white sands of Meads Bay and Turtle Cove, Malliouhana has a legacy of luxury with an iconic ocean view restaurant. Regarded as one of the finest resorts in the Caribbean for 30 years, it is newly refurbished and reopened as an Auberge Resort in 2014.
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