Blowing Point, Anguilla
Accommodations ( Hotel ) | Hidden Gem, Cultural, Friends
Welcome To Solaire Anguilla
Solaire is your personal glimpse into Anguilla. We sit you at the windowsill of a Caribbean getaway and beckon you to take it. Perched on Lockrum Bay, our eco-friendly luxury villas, all constructed from green building materials, and world-class accommodations are half of Solaire’s story. The rest is the stay you make. Explore the island’s powdered coastlines, corals and crystal-blue waters. Nearby St. Maarten, St. Barths and their tideswept beaches make Solaire’s vistas among the island’s most breathtaking. Mingle with local merchants at one of the island’s plaza markets, or indulge in Anguilla’s premier restaurants and bars.
Solaire is about giving you the amenities, the quiet, and the time to meet Anguilla like no other Caribbean destination. You can look from your villa’s patio and then touch that island panorama — learn the culture, connect with our people and our guests. Here, you come as guests and leave as friends.
Each of our beachside villas feature spectacular island vistas, with decks looking out across the Caribbean Sea to the mountains of St. Martin. There isn’t a bad seat in the house: our interior architect, Lisanne Garrett, made sure of that. Our luxury villas’ unique, eco-friendly floor plans are predicated on natural lighting, allowing for maximum sunlight to pour in and out of each room. You’ll have original artwork hanging on the walls, daily housekeeping, free wifi, a private pool and rum punch in the fridge upon your arrival.
Hello two-bed suite, and hello beachside balcony
Hello two-bed suite, and hello outdoor dining area and deck
Our island home is like nowhere else, a tranquil oasis away from life’s bustle and distractions in the Caribbean Ocean. As the tide laps peacefully against Anguilla’s coraled beaches and northern limestone cliffs, everything else fades into the background, and you’re free to simply unwind. Go to Sandy Ground and groove to some local reggae, or take a walk on one of the island’s many beaches at dusk. With only 15,000 residents and under 100 sq. kilometers of gorgeous island view, Anguilla is your own, intimate oasis.
When To Go?
The island enjoys a tropical climate year-round, with northeastern winds blowing in every now and again to cool things down for a while. That said, temperatures rarely drop below acceptable swimsuit weather, and the forecast is typically sunny skies for days. Whenever you want to take a balmy Caribbean trip throughout the year, our island home pulls through.
What To Pack?
Our Anguillan dress code is “flip flops and a relaxed attitude,” so don’t forget to pack accordingly. Bathing suits, sunscreen and sunglasses are local staples — throw in a few t-shirts, a polo and some button-downs for hitting the reggae bars and restaurants, and you have yourself some handsomely packed luggage.