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    Anguilla Hotel Guide

    Travellers looking for an exotic getaway in the Caribbean may be inclined to make reservations at one of the more well-known islands in the region. However, one of the often overlooked options in the Caribbean is Anguilla, another destination worth considering. Anguilla has a great deal of natural beauty and plenty to do, and it is usually much less crowded.

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    Situated close to Puerto Rico and St. Martin, Anguilla is known for its beautiful beaches and friendly locals. You can find a number of Anguilla hotels that cater to families and others that are geared more toward romantic getaways. Most of the hotels in Anguilla are situated on the beach or within short walking distance of it.

    If you want to book Anguilla hotel packages, look at all of the additional options that you could get besides just rooms. For example, there are several Anguilla hotel deals that include nature tours and sightseeing trips. If you're not interested in doing any organized activities on your vacation, you can always just stick to a cheap Anguilla Hotel deal instead.

    Regardless of when you travel to this exotic paradise, you'll be inundated with delicious cuisine. Anguilla has plenty of restaurants with every type of food that you can imagine, but many people want to indulge in the local flavours when visiting. Anguilla cuisine includes elements of Caribbean, Spanish, French, English, and African flavours. It includes a lot of seafood with local favourites like shrimp, mahi-mahi, and lobster. Many of the cheap hotel deals in Anguilla include a discount at a local eatery. Getting access to a special food deal at one of the top restaurants in Anguilla has the potential to save you money and open the door to great experiences.

    The time in which you book your trip to Anguilla will have a lot to do with the prices you pay. Most hotels have slightly higher rates for the peak season and discounted rates for off-season. The rainy season is typically the most affordable time to go, and you'll usually have fewer crowds to deal with.

    Overall, Anguilla is one of the best destinations in the Caribbean when you want to get away from the stress of everyday life and just relax on the beach. You can take in a great climate, some delicious food, and relax at world-class accommodations at the same time.

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    Oyster Bay Beach Resort - Oyster Pond Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    Oyster Bay Beach Resort

    10 Emerald Merit Rd, Oyster Pond - Map
     
     
    Not enough towels in room, called front office never got any. Rooms could have had floors mopped better.
    A Traveller
    Occupying a nearly 6-acre peninsula between a bay called Oyster Pond and the Atlantic Ocean, this secluded St. Maarten …More
    Esmeralda Resort - Orient Bay Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Esmeralda Resort

    B.P. 5141, Baie Orientale, Orient Bay - Map
     
     
    "Decent hotel close to the beach"
    We stay at the hotel for the second time and overall we like it: nice beach near by, quiet area. Unfortunately we got some unexpected visitors - cats that didn't leave us alone. It is possible previous guests were given them food so they felt very comfortable around our room. It was difficult to catch and get them out. Staff at the hotel was not helpful at all.
    Traveller from New York
    Nestled on the beach, this Orient Bay condo is within 3 mi (5 km) of Coconut Grove Beach, Grand Case Beach, and Anse Marcel …More
    Grand Case Beach Club - Grand Case Hotels

    Grand Case Beach Club

    21 Rue de Petite Plage, Grand Case - Map
     
     
    "Quiet Beachfront Hotel"
    We were there during low season, so there was lots of construction going on, temporary lobby, etc. The one restaurant was only open for breakfast and lunch, and closed for supper, which we were not told about when we booked, as I would have changed my reservation to a place that had somewhere to eat at all times. Overall it was nice though. Pool has been completely redone, but the rooms are a bit outdated when it comes to old doors, etc., but the kitchens are nice. The price was a bit high for low season and the amenities available, so had I known I would have gone to a different hotel.
    Traveller from Sherwood Park
    This St Martin resort on the island's French side is 300m (328 yds) north of Grand Case village's restaurant row, known as …More