Latest Press About Carimar Beach Club and Island of Anguilla
All of the latest Press about Carimar Beach Club and the island of Anguilla
RATING FROM TRIP ADVISOR March 16, 2014 – While many people visit Anguilla for singles vacations or couples retreats, the island is also the perfect place to go for a family vacation. If you are planning a vacation that includes children of any age, you’ll want to ensure you are staying at a hotel that caters to families – or at the very least is kid-friendly.
FROM CARIBBEAN TRAVEL+LIFE article by Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon & Debbie Snow: Carimar Beach Club on Meads Bay, Anguilla: Bougainvillea-draped terraces, tropical gardens and friendly staff are sure to impress at this villa-style 24-suite gem, where beach lovers will swoon over the prime location on the sands of Meads Bay. Restaurants are within walking distance, but many guests use of their private kitchens, all recently updated. Frequent potluck beach barbecues bring visitors and locals together. From $199 per night.
The Family Travel Network names Carimar one of the TOP Budget Caribbean Family Vacations.
Great article by Nancy Schretter, Editor of Family Travel Network about enjoying some of the top Caribbean vacations with your family, “without breaking the bank.”
Anguilla-Beaches Names Carimar Beach Club as the Best Value Anguilla Hotel and the Top Deal on Anguilla Vacations
ANGUILLA-BEACHES.COM article by Nori Evoy. Nori’s Rating: 5 out of 5. “Known for delivering pure relaxation and serenity, Carimar Beach Club is one of a kind. Spacious units, right on majestic Meads Bay’s sandy shores, next door to some of the island’s top restaurants, and all at under $300-450 per night. It’s no wonder Carimar Beach Club is loyally-loved by many.”
TRAVEL + LEISURE article by Shane Mitchell names Carimar’s own Mead’s Bay Beach as “One of the Best Places to Travel in 2014.” Facing west, 1-1/2-mile-long Meads Bay is ringed by some of the island’s best casual restaurants.
What makes Anguilla’s beaches the best in the world? White, powdery sand that stretches for miles, pristine waters and the laid-back, welcoming attitude of the Anguillan people. Swim and sunbathe all day—and all year round—at romantic public beaches like the aptly-named Rendezvous Bay, then dance to calypso music at Anguilla’s annual summer festival.
CONDE NAST TRAVELER article names Anguilla as #8 on the list of The Friendliest Caribbean Islands. Anguilla is where you’ll find “the best people on earth,” according to one of our readers. Another adds: “While the beaches in Anguilla are truly second to none in the world, it’s the people and the culture that make Anguilla a true gem.”
USA TODAY article by Elaine Glusac names Anguilla one of the top Caribbean Islands. Elaine writes “You can drive 16-mile-long Anguilla in less than 30 minutes end to end, but you could walk its 33 beaches seemingly endlessly…”