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Why we like it
- Built atop a bluff with panoramic views of the Caribbean
- White sand beaches of Meads Bay and Turtle Cove just steps away
- Newly refurbished to a very high standard –think sophisticated barefoot luxury
- Plenty of activities on offer, including an excellent championship golf course
- Stunning two-tiered infinity swimming pool
- 30 year legacy on the beautiful island of Anguilla
The hotel's 40-foot cruiser, Dakota, can deliver you to unexplored coves and quiet beaches where you can learn more about the marine life, flora and fauna of this charming island.
We can honestly say that the whole three weeks made for a tremendous and wonderful holiday. Not a day went by without us being surprised and impressed by new sights and wonders! All the pre planning and arrangements made by you worked out to perfection. We appreciate that this cannot happen without a great deal of focus and hard work on your part, and that of the whole team.
- VB & PB, Lincolnshire
Malliouhana can do no wrong. From its privileged setting on some of the islands best beaches (the golden arc of Meads Bay or the intimate inlet at Turtle Cove), to its slick yet pared-back design (think candy cane pastel stripes, whitewashed walls, barefoot luxury), you'll take an almost sadistic pleasure in trying to find something amiss. Malliouhana has long established itself as one of Anguilla's best hotels, and after an $80 million renovation the resort has seen a facelift so classy that it's brought it back to its 1980s heyday in spectacular fashion. Anguilla itself is a sun-bleached atoll of coral and limestone in the Lesser Antilles, and from your perch atop Malliouhana's 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. The practicalities? Excellent golf and watersports, a drool-inducing spa, complimentary yoga, fantastic food and warm, Caribbean hospitality. What's not to love?
Best time to be there
The best time to travel to Anguilla is during our winter months of December to March. The island enjoys an idyllic climate with the temperature seldom dropping below 21 degrees.
Antigua (onward connections to Anguilla)
30 - 45 minutes from Antigua
GMT - 4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No mandatory vaccinations