Travelers who make the trip to Anguilla may be able to mix with international celebrities who escape to the island to get out of the limelight. While there are many luxury properties, all-inclusive resorts are hard to come by, but that doesn't mean that they don't exist.
Vacationers who choose to stay at any of the island's fine resorts can typically choose from a number of vacation packages or meal plans to make their time in Anguilla an experience specified directly to their needs and wants. Travelers can choose from theme oriented vacation packages that cater to a certain type of experience. Spa packages will include daily treatments, allowing vacationers to relax with massages and aromatherapy. Other resorts may offer wedding and honeymoon packages that include champagne, flowers, sunset cruises, couples massages, and more. Since some of the island's finest restaurants are located at these luxury resorts, some vacation packages cater to food lovers. Many hotels have meal plans for an additional daily fee per person that can include either all three meals or only breakfast and lunch. Luxury hotels generally offer a variety of complimentary services that are included in the room rate, including non-motorized water sports, fitness facilities, and a continental breakfast.
Critics of all-inclusive vacation packages suggest that they prevent travelers from experiencing other parts of the island. Although Anguilla does not have a great number of shopping sites and popular tourist attractions, travelers should certainly not confine their vacation to a single hotel and beach. There are a number of stunning beaches and intimate offshore islands that should not be missed. Some all-inclusive packages may include the use of a rental car for a short period of time, and travelers should seize the opportunity to explore the island. Prices for four-night packages can begin as low as $799(USD), and continue to increase as benefits and nights are added. Some seven-night stays can cost more than $10,000(USD).
Anguilla Great House Beach Resort is one of the few hotels on the island that can be classified as all-inclusive. Anguilla Great House is located on Anguilla's West End on Rendezvous Bay. The property consists of 27 cottages trimmed with bright shutters. Guests not only enjoy beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea from their cottages, but the landscape of nearby St. Martin appears in the distance. Included in the all-inclusive price of about $95(USD) per person, per night ($50(USD) for those under the age of six), is the use of snorkel gear and other non-motorized watersports equipment, transportation to the ferry terminal or airport at the conclusion of your stay, and three meals a day. These rates are based upon double occupancy, and require a minimum of five nights stay. Otherwise, guests may choose to pay a regular room rate, and possibly add on a meal plan to their deal.
Those who shy away from large, commercial resort complexes will feel at-home at most of Anguilla's lodgings. Here, prestigious resorts that value privacy and luxury offer meal plans and other options to travelers looking for a more laid-back vacation experience.
Below is listed one all-inclusive resort that is available in Anguilla. Click to find out about its amenities, activities, food, and other options to see if it's right for you.
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