Keeping it fresh in Anguilla

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By Paul Johnson on Jan 06, 2023 in Accommodation, Anguilla, Attractions, Bars, Caribbean, Featured, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Resorts, Restaurants, Vacation Rentals

Anguilla may be small, but 2023 brings a raft of new discoveries to be made on this Caribbean gem. The island has a great balance of established properties and eateries that attract repeat guests year on year, and all-new developments, offering something fresh to experience.

Celebrating a recent slew of awards, including Condé Nast Traveler’s (US edition) #2 Reader’s Choice of Caribbean island, visitors to Anguilla can explore new villas, stylish beach clubs, authentic new eating places, a range of new activities and a whole load of fun at returning festivals.

Quintessence Hotel, a boutique property brimming with museum-quality sculpture and artwork by celebrated artists from across the region, has opened Quinn. The three new stylish guest suites, nestled above Long Bay Beach, are in a separate building adjacent to the original hotel and aimed at offering the Quintessence experience at a more affordable price tag. The new suites offer guests access to the same amenities, including an infinity pool, full-service spa, French-Caribbean fine dining and an award-winning wine cellar.

Aurora Anguilla opened the first component of the Aurora Anguilla Entertainment Complex on 31 December – the Aurora Anguilla Amphitheatre, a 500-seat concert venue that overlooks the Caribbean Sea with views of St. Martin. The sports and activities center to come will home four tennis courts, three pickleball courts, two full courts and one-half court for basketball, two sand volleyball courts, three bocce ball courts, climbing wall, 18-hole miniature golf course and a great lawn area. The Welcome Center will have a daycare, activities center for children containing video games, ping…

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