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Modern and elegant, painted white with warm wooden touches, Chef's Table impresses with its modern design, elegant views and exquisite dishes, too. Chef Lester Gumbs has crafted a menu with wide variety and tons of flair. Available all day, for lunch and dinner, Chef's Table proves that Aurora is a destination for excellent dining in Anguilla.
Our guide on where to stay, where to eat and what to do during Anguilla's off season.
Air travel to Anguilla is easy... especially if you live in Puerto Rico or Paris! And there are often cheap airfares to St. Maarten if you are looking for the discount route.
Frequently asked questions about Anguilla.
Fun, fresh and vibrant, The Mill House Café is a must for brunch in Anguilla's West End.
Chic and expertly curated, you will fall in love with the tropical, Caribbean items at Q Hotel's Keenie's Boutique.
A slice of Mediterranean paradise by the Caribbean Sea, welcome to Taverna at Arawak Beach Club.
Michel Rostang-quality cuisine has been restored to Malliouhana with a sophisticated Caribbean menu executed at sky-high standards. Welcome to Malliouhana's signature restaurant, Celeste.
A short walk from Blowing Point, Patys's Seaside Villas is an economical and convenient option when choosing a cheap Anguilla hotel. The rooms here are comfortable, and the hotel boasts hospitable service and terrific views of the Caribbean Sea and St. Martin.
An introductory guide to Anguilla vacations, including flights to Anguilla, Anguilla accommodations, restaurants, and activities.
A tiny, colorful spot on the side of the road to Shoal Bay East, Ruthy's Yum Yum is hard to miss. Bursting with flavor and personality, they offer classic wraps, burgers and sandwiches in addition to special creations, such as a tamarind BBQ chicken sandwich. Unique, delicious and affordable.
From when-to-visit, to transport, accommodations, eating and things to do, Anguilla On A Shoestring guides you through a budget-friendly vacation in Anguilla. Happy savings!
Your guide to renting beach chairs in Anguilla.
Welcome to Anguilla's favorite beauty salon, Nails R Hair. Loved island-wide for their one-of-a-kind hair styles and nail creations, Nails R Hair offers a variety of manicures, pedicures, braids and even massages and facials. The extra-special part? Their A+ quality can also be enjoyed in the comfort of your villa!
Tasty bites and fun nightlife in West End? Look no further than British-style pub, Tipsy Turtle.
A unique & tasty twist to nightlife in Anguilla, welcome to Mirabelle's. Get set for a night of excellent cocktails & tasty tapas under the stars!
An Anguilla jewel not to be missed is Sandy Island, a small off-shore cay with perfect rum punches and fresh off-the-grill food. This is a favorite Anguilla activity for many, even ABC's The Bachelor had a private date here!
An island paradise off of an island paradise, Scilly Cay (and its heavenly lobsters!) is one of the top and most unique Anguilla dining experiences!
Think there is nothing to do in Anguilla? Think again. There are loads of Anguilla activities and attractions.
Most Caribbean islands have highly priced real estate. Anguilla real estate is different, offering fantastic oceanfront and oceanview lots at reasonable prices.
Anguilla's leading Japanese restaurant, Tokyo Bay ranks as one of our favorite restaurants of all time.
There are many ways to get to Anguilla. Our favorite route? Simple, it involves just 1 flight and 1 Anguilla ferry!
Malliouhana's bar is iconic. Known for its expansive sunset views, imaginative cocktails and excellent lunch fare, the bar at Malliouhana is BACK. Welcome to Bar Soleil.
Big, breezy, white and refreshing, D Richard's offers a luxurious golf club dining experience with sweeping views of the fairways and the Caribbean Sea and St. Martin in the distance.