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Answer this1 AnswerYou're not going to go wrong with either of those spots, though Cap Juluca probably has the more sheltered aspect of the two, tucked away as it is in intimate Maundays Bay. You might also check out the Viceroy Anguilla, which fronts Caribbean-facing Meads Bay. While on the topic of beaches, the sunset scene at the Elvis' Beach Bar up the road at Sandy Ground Village is anything but calm! It's been voted one of the top reasons to visit the Caribbean by the New York Times and is the place to be for that Caribbean sunset photo-op (not to mention a big party spot once the sun goes down!).
Dora, I don't know if you found a place but the Ocean Terrace Resort run by Ambrose and Paula Flemming is a beautiful place that has the feel of being part of the family. It is reasonably priced compared to some of the other resorts. Full luxury condos with beautiful veiws and great service. Good luck, Deb
Answer this1 AnswerTry the Sunset Bar at the Malliouhana Hotel and Spa, located on a bluff overlooking Meads Bay and the Caribbean on Anguilla's western side. This luxe resort is ideal for romance as well as a high-end family escape.