The tiny triangular land mass of Shoal Bay has an outsize reputation for being one of the most startlingly pristine beaches in the world: all pearlescent sand and vividly turquoise waters.
So this hotel’s prime location is enough to let it contend with British West Indies bigwigs such as Malliouhana and Cap Juluca. Its rooms are sparser by comparison with its competitors, with a simple but pretty whitewashed look. But they’re priced accordingly, at almost a third of Anguilla’s average five-star going rate. From $350 a night