Anguilla

An Audience With The King: Elvis’ Beach Bar in Anguilla

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor THURSDAY NIGHT is party night on Anguilla, when what seems like half the population of 16,000 on this 34-square-mile isle converges on the seaside village of Sandy Ground. First stop: the barn-like Pumphouse for live …

Caribbean Room With a View: A Beachfront Villa at Anguilla’s CuisinArt

 Above: the view from a beachfront villa at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa THIS ISN’T ON a Greek island, though it might feel that way. The units at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla are indeed inspired …

Zemi Beach Rises in Anguilla

 Above: Zemi Beach By Alexander Britell The story of the downturn in the Caribbean was largely about the projects that didn’t get built. That was also true on the island of Anguilla, where several developments shuttered or stalled in the …

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 Above: the Malliouhana Hotel in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff Auberge Resorts has been tapped to manage and rebrand the Malliouhana Hotel & Spa in Anguilla. The 55-room property, which shuttered in May 2011, was acquired by Chicago-based Adventurous …

 Above: the KU site By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla Chief Minister Hubert Hughes has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a new hotel in Shoal Bay, the government announced. The signing paves the way for a new hotel project …

 Above: the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla has reopened for season following a $15 million renovation to the property. The three-month project made changes to …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A 5.1-magnitude earthquake shook Anguilla Wednesday night, according to the United States Geological Survey. The quake was seven kilometres east-southeast of Stoney Ground in Anguilla at a depth of 88.4 kilometres. It was felt in …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The continued persistence of public tensions between the Governor and Chief Minister of Anguilla has caused “grave concern” to the CARICOM Heads of Government, according to a statement released following their meeting in Paramaribo. The …

 Above: Charlestown, Nevis (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The St Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank is reporting a growth in total assets from $840.7 million to $918.5 million as of the end of June. Net income before and after tax …

 Above: the Viceroy Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s hotel industry reported improvements in three key metrics in 2011, according to data from STR. Hotel occupancy in the region rose by 2.6 percent to 61.8 percent, the average …

 Above: the iPhone 4S (Photo courtesy of Apple) By the Caribbean Journal staff Apple’s iPhone 4S will be released across the Caribbean on Friday, Jan. 13, the company announced today. The company will begin a rollout in Anguilla, Antigua, the …

 By Alexander Britell Could the Caribbean experience another earthquake like the devastating one in Port-au-Prince in 2010? The answer is yes – and it could be even more powerful, according to Dr Joan Latchman, the director of the Seismic Research …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff There was an earthquake early this morning with an epicentre in the Saint Martin region of the Leeward Islands felt across the area, including Anguilla, Puerto Rico, Guadeloupe and Sint Maarten. The quake, which registered …

 Above: the Viceroy Anguilla By Alexander Britell While Anguilla saw a wave of luxury resort development during the economic boom in the middle of the decade, like the rest of the Caribbean it was hurt by the economic downturn. Some …

 The still-unfinished 280-acre Temenos resort on Anguilla was purchased by an American home-goods executive for $15 million. Leandro Rizzuto, who owns the nearby CuisinArt Resort & Spa on the island, paid around 10 percent of the balance owed to the …

 Sheriva in Anguilla By Alexander Britell Luxury destination club Inspirato was founded in part by brothers Brent and Brad Handler, who also started Exclusive Resorts, the ultra high-end vacation club. The company is now in nine cities in the Americas …

 Anguilla The Caribbean could see as many as 7.4 million visitors in the next ten years, according to a joint study by Ypartnership and the U.S. Travel Association. “There is no way the current capacity can handle that, so it’s …