The resort already has three restaurants and now there are two more: Aleta, which overlooks the sunrise pool and serves fresh-pressed juices, and breakfasts, lunches and dinners that include salads and local seafood, and Bamboo Bar & Grill, a tiki-bar setting on the beach that sounds right up our alley.
We may not be able to afford to stay in one of the 60 new oceanfront penthouses added to the Viceroy Anguilla's room selection, but we'd happily plunk down some money at the new two-story Spa--especially after seeing the wonderland-like spa at fellow Viceroy property in Miami. At Anguilla, there's an outdoor swimming pool where you can get wellness ritual treatments and body and soul alignment. The Spa is also offering meditation and health cooking classes in addition the usual array of massages, body polishes, wraps and facials.
Rates at Viceroy Anguilla in November start at $695 a night for an Ocean View Studio.