Caribbean Classics

A Stylish and Intimate Retreat Malliouhana, Auberge Collection, Mead’s Bay, Anguilla ven the most iconic hotels sometimes need to re-invent themselves. So is the case with Malliouhana, long regarded as one of Anguilla’s finest hotels, and very much the place that put the island on the map in 1984. After an $80 million renovation, the resort has been thoroughly refreshed. Its slick yet pared-back design feels fresh and up-to-date. From its perch atop a picturesque bluff, you can enjoy the gentle trade winds that keep the temperatures comfortable, perhaps enjoying an alfresco dinner accompanied by fine wines and Michelin-starred meals. As for the facilities there will be no grumbles with excellent golf and water sports, a soothing and spacious spa, complimentary yoga, fantastic food, a great family-friendly vibe all washed down with warm, Caribbean hospitality. Guests are treated to true Caribbean luxury in some of the most graciously sized accommodations on the island (the renovations saw a significant reduction in the number of rooms). Fresh and sophisticated, rooms and suites boast ample luxury and comfort, as well as private terraces with ocean or garden views. Take your seat in Celeste, serving classic Mediterranean flavours, enjoy relaxed tapas at Bar Soleil or settle back at Leon’s at Meads Bay for creative Caribbean fare. The stunning ocean waters create a wonderful setting for beach activities such as snorkelling, sailing, paddle boarding, and scuba diving, while on land the resort is within easy reach of a Greg Norman designed championship golf course and a variety of cultural sites. Venture out on a guided tour or on a bike or horseback ride to take in the island’s scenery and attractions.