by Amanda Geronikos
Plan a true escape to Anguilla’s Arawak Beach Inn, where recently renovated, oceanfront accommodations await families. All guestrooms feature flat-screen TVs and mini-fridges. Not all rooms offer air-conditioning, however — choose a Premium Room if it’s important to you (or ask for a Deluxe or Oceanfront Room with air conditioning). Wi-Fi is available for $15 per day or $30 for up to a week. Prepaid cell phones are also available for a small fee, since roaming rates are high.
Nearby, visitors can enjoy a plethora of water sports, such as sailing, parasailing, windsurfing, deep-sea fishing and water-skiing. Diving and snorkeling are available right at the resort, as is a refreshing pool.
All-inclusive packages offer three meals, beverages, Wi-Fi, and airport transfers.
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- All-inclusive packages
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by Servio T
Arawak Beach Inn Anguilla
I called many times to reservation department and I never had an answer.
I was very worried because I did not know how the hotel facilities were after IRMA.
My travel was from Oct 24 -27 and I had to suspend the trip due to force major cause.
Nobody at the hotel was a kind enough to return the call despite my several call and emalis sent.
They made a charge $ 250
This is my favorite hotel in Anguilla. It's off the beaten track, and you really should rent a car, but it's close to some of the best beaches, has an incredibly friendly staff, and is small enough that guests interact with each other, especially at breakfast. We learned about a hidden beach (you can only get there by boat or by climbing down a rope), got sung to by professional opera singers, and celebrated an anniversary with two of the other guests.