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Recent Anguilla reviews

  • First Class

    "We have stayed in many different places over the last 20 years. Three Dolphins is by far our favorite. Everything is absolutely perfect upon arrival. The staff, top notch! They do an amazing job making sure your accommodations continue at the level of perfection throughout your stay. Chelle is so easy to work with and we cannot wait to book our next trip!"
    Guest: Becky Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: February 5, 2015
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  • Amazing Anguilla Experience

    "My husband and I snuck away for Thanksgiving week to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary. We did a lot of research regarding the right villa for us...we are so happy that we chose Seabird! It was truly amazing. Delphine met us at the airport, had a cab waiting, escorted us to the villa, where the rest of the Rainbow Isle team was, and showed us all around the villa. We were truly awed when we first walked in. The views are stunning. The villa itself is modern, well laid out and impeccably kept. The pool and pool area are gorgeous. It is a short 5 minute walk to the best beach ever (Rendezvous Bay (be sure to try the Sunshine Shack and order a lobster a day ahead)). We were concerned about the salt pond either being smelly or not pretty. Neither was the case. There was absolutely no smell from the villa and it was actually quite pretty to look at from all the amazing angles from the villa. The Rainbow Isle staff did a great job keeping us comfortable throughout the trip. We were also very impressed with the privacy Seabird offers. We were concerned that the villa next door may be too close. In fact, we never once heard a peep from there (even though a family was staying there who we saw on the shared road one day) and we felt like we were in our own universe. We plan to return to Anguilla and will definitely be staying at Seabird again, and we look forward to working with Delphine and her team again!"
    Guest: AnguillaLover Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: January 5, 2015
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  • Collins Villa

    "Great layout. 2 bedroom suites that are large and bathrooms that are clean. Ruth took care of us each day and made sure the Villa was clean. Great location, right on Shoal Bay East. Would go back in a heartbeat. Easy dealing with the owners."
    Guest: Bruce Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 3, 2015
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  • Enjoyed the warm Anguilla hospitality

    "The host was a lovely, kind woman who was very hospitable. You are staying in a community away from the most central tourist areas in Anguilla. It was a very unique experience, and I felt like if I stayed there for another week or two it would be like becoming part of the local fabric. You can hike to beaches from 'K's Kove' where you will be literally the only person there. It is an active fishing town so these remote beaches have as their only blemish some fishing boat waste from when storms have pummeled the coastline. To me that's not 'bad' like when I'm in Puerto Rico and people throw their trash everywhere at the beach. This location, this place is the real deal. It is not a 'typical tourist vacation', it is something different than that. However, I'd suggest renting a car and you can easily drive to Sandy Ground, Shoal Bay, Long Bay - those are the key tourist spots and they are worth a visit. They're all within a 10-20 minute drive. Roads are fairly easy to drive unlike, say, the US and British Virgin Islands where driving can be steep and difficult. My favorite restaurant to visit in Island Harbour is 'Elite Bar and Restaurant'. 'On Da Rocks' is nice with similarly good portions and friendly service, but - and I can't believe I'm saying this - the drinks are actually *too* strong. By the 2nd one, I'm like 'Whoa, too much too soon'...And 'On Da Rocks' has typical island reggae playing - while 'Elite Bar and Restaurant' has more low key lighting AND wonderful, wonderful soft rock from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Ahhh serenity....The only local choice for breakfast is 'Le Bon Pain' and the egg sandwiches are outstanding and a great value. They're HUGE - good for 2 people. 'Falcon's Nest' is a good "locals" option and a nice spot to stop for a later-night drink. I say that, but on weeknights everything is completely closed by 10pm if not earlier. The one exception might be 'Hibernia', but that's a pricey option. Meals there are around $35 and up, and it's more formal. I was underdressed and there wasn't a bar like at the other spots. But the proprietor there was nice as well, she definitely runs a tight ship with her staff so if you are looking for a more formal option 'Hibernia' might be a good choice. A short drive to 'Serenity' (hotel and bar) is another great option but it's a hell of a long walk - really should drive there. I watched my PATRIOTS at Elvis' Beach Bar in Sandy Ground and had a great time with ex-pat/tourists. PATRIOTS won it all tonight!"
    Guest: Steve H Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 2, 2015
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