Eating in a beautiful setting can be one of the best parts of any trip to this region. As you might hope, there are several decadent dining experiences awaiting you in Anguilla. There, chefs claim to be inspired by local culinary styles, as well as those from nearby islands.
The accommodations named below are excellent picks if having plenty of food and drink options is important to you. Some are known for their wonderful on-site restaurants, and others are located in areas where restaurants near the property are popular and abundant.
Even if you intend to try many of the local restaurants, you may find yourself eating a lot of meals at your hotel. So sometimes selecting a hotel in Anguilla means evaluating each property's dining options. Not only is it convenient to eat at your hotel, but many are known for their award-winning food and service, which attracts vacationers of all kinds.
The hotels below were ranked based on a few factors, including their convenience, their diversity, and of course their full-scale restaurants.
|Property||Location||Snack Bar||Room Service|
|Viceroy Anguilla||West End|
|Mariners Cliffside Beach Resort||0.5 mi. South-Southwest of Sandy Ground Village|
|Malliouhana Hotel & Spa||Long Bay Village|
|Carimar Beach Club||Meads Bay|
|Frangipani Beach Resort||Meads Bay|
Listed in the #1 spot, for being so creative and delicious, is Viceroy Anguilla, where guests who stay at or somewhere near the hotel shouldn't worry whether they'll find good food. Several restaurants and lounges on the property provide guests with the utmost in dining experience, with culinary masterpieces professionally prepared. A range of atmospheres, from gourmet to casual, are all available at the Viceroy Anguilla. Guests can also have their food delivered if they choose to eat in their room.
The cuisine at Aleta is seasonal, featuring only the freshest foods in recipes inspired by traditional Caribbean fare. For breakfast, choose amongst a selection of organic options with freshly juiced juices. At lunch time, sample the popular rotis or select a salad or curry, and dinner is an a la carte affair.
Bamboo Bar & Grill
The most laid-back of the resort's restaurants is Bamboo Bar & Grill, where guests may grab a quick snack, or sit down for a full meal. Dinner time transforms the restaurant into a Caribbean grill and steakhouse, with steaks, crayfish, and lobster hot items on the menu.
Dine inside or out at Coba, which offers vistas of Barnes Bay and Meads Bay for guests as they eat gourmet Caribbean cuisine and seafood.
The Half Shell
Bento boxes, sandwiches, ceviche, high-end coffee, and alcoholic libations make up the menu at the Half Shell, which is located in a cliff along Barnes Bay.
To learn more about any of the accommodations listed below, click its name and you'll be led to a multi-page guide about each property — because even if great dining is your priority, there are many other on-site amenities to discover.
You might also want to consider the proximity of your hotel to nearby restaurants. No matter how amazing and convenient the food at your hotel turns out to be, no trip would be complete without searching for a good nearby restaurant, particularly if you're vacationing for more than a few days.
Below are properties ranked by their proximity to lots of neighborhood restaurants.
|Anacaona Boutique Hotel||West End|
|Anguilla Great House Beach Resort||1.2 mi. West of Blowing Point|
|Nathan's Cove||Meads Bay|
|Turtle's Nest Beach Resort||Meads Bay|
|0.8 mi. West of Blowing Point|
Keep in mind that a lot of Anguilla's finest restaurants are found in hotels, so your most memorable dining experience may occur at a hotel down the road from where you're staying. Click on the name of any listed hotel and you'll find pages filled with photos and descriptions, as well as the scoop on their closest restaurants and how far away they are.
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