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Anguilla HotelsAn alluring cliché of white gold beaches, clear blue skies, and the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Anguilla is the epitome of paradise. Stretching for 16 miles, the limestone Leeward Island is a sun kissed blend of enviable luxury, West Indian island culture, and slow paced pleasures. Enjoy fine ocean- view dining and indulgent spa pampering, snorkel amongst colorful coral reefs, or kick back on a beach at night and enjoy some local reggae and rum.Things to seeMost visitors to Anguilla come to find their bliss on a beach, and with more than 30 on the island there’s lots to choose from. Gracing many top 10 Caribbean beach lists, Shoal Bay East Beach on the North Coast is one of the most popular portions of paradise. With its white sand, swaying palms, clear water, and vibrant corals, the mile long stretch lends itself to sun worshipping, swimming, and snorkeling – whilst a glass bottom boat makes a great way to see the marine world too. Other top beaches include Meads Bay Beach, with its idyllic stretch of sand, and Rendezvous Bay Beach. Reclining on the south coast, lined with resorts, restaurants and bars, including reggae hangout ‘The Dune Preserve’, Rendezvous Bay Beach plays host to the musical Moonsplash Festival. Wallblake House is the oldest building on the island. Dating back to 1787, the restored plantation retains its kitchens, stables, and slave quarters, and is open for tours.Hotels in AnguillaIf you’ve got champagne tastes, you’ll be pleased to know the luxury hotels in Anguilla come in ritzy 5-star style. Choose from celeb-approved rental villas complete with their own pools, chic boutique condos, or glamorous golf, spa, and casino resorts. Much of the island’s accommodation sits along the beachfront, gifting guests with glittering Caribbean ocean views from their balcony, bath, or bed. The more modest hotels in Anguilla aim to indulge and pamper too. Amenities to expect include swimming pools, spa tubs, and top-notch onsite restaurants, along with everything from tennis courts to bocce courts. In-room and in-suite, cable television, WiFi, MP3 docks, and refrigerators come as standard in most places.Where to stayThe Valley is Anguilla’s main hub, characterized by its colonial architecture and quaint West Indian-style cottages. It’s home to a smattering of shops and restaurants, as well as historical gems such as Wallblake House, the Old Prison, and the Heritage Collection museum. Its tranquil bay offers lots of activities alongside beachy relaxation, including fishing, boating, and diving amongst reefs and shipwrecks. Rendevouz Bay offers a picturesque stretch of beach with glorious views of St. Martin across the water. Along with a chilled out Caribbean vibe, you’ll find accommodations to suit most budgets. For some of the most lavish resorts and hotels in Anguilla, look to West End Village.How to get to AnguillaFamous for its low approach over Maho Beach, Princess Juliana International Airport is the gateway of choice for most visitors to the Leeward Islands. Situated on the neighboring paradise of St. Martin, it serves many major destinations, including cities in America, Canada, and Europe. There’s 2 ways to get onto Anguilla once you’ve landed. The most popular choice is to take one of the regular ferry services from St. Martin to Anguilla’s Blowing Point, which usually takes around 20 minutes. Alternatively you can make a short connecting flight from Princess Juliana International Airport to Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport, near The Valley.