Anguilla and St Barths may seem like they are miles apart but, like siblings, they share the same deliciously straightforward ease of living deep in their DNA. Anguilla encourages one to cast aside their concept of schedules and worries and embrace sleepy villages, chilled out locals and a pioneering food scene. This is a place where big names fly under the radar and life admin is abandoned in favour of unwinding on the best beaches’ in the Caribbean.
If Anguilla is the place to hide away, then St Barths is the place to be seen. Only a ten minute flight south, the ‘South France of the Caribbean’ comes alive at night. When the sun rises, charming fishing villages and pristine protected beaches coax resort dwellers to clamber behind the wheel of a Mini Cooper and explore.
A twinned visit here will awaken a dormant alter-ego travellers have never seen in themselves before.
Tucked away on the laidback island of Anguilla, this is a villa stay that is entirely your own. In a secluded spot offering space and privacy, those seeking a place to reacquaint themselves with their nearest and dearest for much needed quality time will do well to consider a stay at ÀNI Villa.Read More
Designed with decadence in mind, there’s a choice of accommodation options including villas, rooms, and suites at this family-owned retreat that sits firmly atop St Barths’ must-stay list.View
Where slow living, meets high style. Renovated under the expert hands of Belmond, this undeniably glamorous resort stands as a re-imagination of one of the most legendary retreats in the Lesser Antilles.View
Overlooking the pristine sands of not one, but two beaches, the plush, palatial, and a little bit playful, Malliouhana is an Auberge Resort that seems more like a private members club than a hotel.View
Hidden away on its own side of the island is Le Toiny, a Relais & Châteaux property attracting a particular type of guest – those who care less about Instagram posts, and more about isolated peace.View
Anchored on one of St Barths’ finest beaches and steeped in the laid-back barefoot rhythm of the French West Indies, this is the only hotel in the Caribbean with palace status.View
Between the coves of the island’s puckered coastline and the Crayola buildings of Harbour Quay, the buzz of Antigua’s English heritage hums softly beneath the beat of its Caribbean core.
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There’s nothing like the excitement and anticipation of when you have a trip to look forward to. We hope this curation of luxury holiday ideas inspires you to travel in the coming months. However, if you don’t see what you’re dreaming of here, or you’re still unsure about your travel options, please do get in touch or head back to explore more.