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Viceroy Anguilla Resort

Barnes Bay, Anguilla

Natural splendor meets modern luxury at the Viceroy Anguilla Resort. Tucked away in the British West Indies, it’s known to be one of the world's most exclusive resort destinations. Delight in suites that open to furnished balconies, or indulge in your own private beachfront villa. Later, dip into the saltwater infinity pool, embark on a scuba expedition, or dine at their celebrated restaurant Cobà for exquisite views of Barnes Bay and Meads Bay.


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