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Reviewed 5 January 2016

We had a thoroughly relaxing time at the ABC. The tents are really lovely although ours did become a little noisy over the xmas period with the Christmas winds that we were unaware of that were really strong on occasion, but that's the time of year, if I came again I would come after new year. The amenities are lovely inside, bathrooms are lovely and in our we had bath tubs that offered a gorgeous unique view over the beach and ocean.

Staff were friendly and were accommodating to everyone's needs. Just a few little niggles that didn't really stop us from enjoying our holidays at all, we had a great time but just stopped it being perfect. Between 4 and 6 the drinks were 2 for 1 but these were served in much smaller regular plastic glasses instead of the nice big cocktail glasses they use at other times, a staff member told me they had been told to use these at happy hour. They hold almost half so you are not really getting 2 for 1.

We didn't like pre ordering food for dinner, either you have to order at lunchtime having just eaten when it's difficult to decide what you will eat that night, or relaxing on the beach or your deck...ours was the furthest away, you have to make a special trip to order your dinner before 4pm. I get that they need to know if you want a fresh lobster but the rest? Not sure why the pre-ordering is needed, all other restaurants in the world manage just fine.

Other than those 2 tiny inconveniences the resort is lovely, nice facilities, loved the beachside bar and the comfy sofas, there was nothing I could think to change about the tents themselves.

Beach was nice to sit on, especially during our first few days when the resort was quieter, and we had a private path from our tent to the beach. Wi-if sadly does not extend to room 305 but it was useful in the bar.

The room service was one of the best parts, tent was always beautifully turned out.

Overall a great stay, memories of a great Christmas, we met some nice people and drank WAY too many cocktails........

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Lobsterlover99
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Reviewed 3 January 2016

WOW! Looking to completely unplug, go barefoot, read on the beach and sleep in a luxury tent ...check out the Anegada Beach Club. What an incredible experience - the accommodations ( tents) are incredible - they can accommodate a small family.
We learned upon arrival, that the island of Anegada is one of the top places in the world to kite surf - we met people from all over the world -
Kid friendly, lovely helpful staff, limited food options on the island, but the food at the resort was excellent. It truly was an unexpected, relaxing, stay.

Room Tip: For the ultimate experience book the luxury tents!
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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2  Thank lbmiller104
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Reviewed 20 December 2015

We stayed in one of the beachfront tents for 5 nights in December. It's the most unique place I've ever stayed. The tents are every bit as awesome as the photos make them appear. The views are spectacular. Unbelievable!

The bathrooms attached to the tents are super cool. I loved that the shower just drains right through the floorboards. The furnishings and fixtures are great all around. The tradewinds come through and make the tents comfortable, plus you have a fan if you need extra airflow. The only thing I wished we would have had in the tents was a small refrigerator. (I think the regular rooms have these.) The free wifi does extend out to the tents, but the signal gets a little weak. We were wanting to 'disconnect' anyway, so that was fine. If we wanted to check email or whatever, we would just take our devices down to the bar/pool area for a stronger signal.

The property has been developed with so much class and thoughtfulness. Many places in the Caribbean can feel a little shoddy (which has its own charm), but not here. You can tell they care about the appearance and environment. Everything is well taken care of and in terrific condition. Of course a lot of it is new!

The staff is super nice. SO nice. On past visits to Anegada, we've found restaurant staff can sometimes be aloof... not really rude, just... ambivalent. This is not the case at all at ABC, and actually we found the attitude elsewhere on the island to be a lot more positive than we've experienced in the past as well.

The beach in front of ABC is gorgeous, and it's great to have the additional bar closer to the beach. We ended up taking the ice bucket from our tent and making our own buckets of beer for the beach. Bliss!

We really enjoyed our breakfasts at the restaurant (coconut French toast - yum!!), and enjoyed a pizza for lunch one day as well. We dined around to other restaurants for dinners, but did enjoy the tuna and triggerfish at ABC.

Our only issue was how bad the bugs were. I understand that Anegada has had a lot of rain recently, so the mosquitos and noseeums were worse than normal. We've never experienced it this bad on Anegada in the past, so I think our timing was just bad. We had to slather ourselves in bug spray, and even then, didn't enjoy sitting out on the wonderful front patio of our tent as much as we would have liked. This was disappointing.

This is such a charming place. It feels like you're far away from everything, but it just takes 10 minutes to drive to the restaurants and shops on the south side. It takes about 45 minutes to walk (leisurely) down the beach to Cow Wreck (which I highly recommend).

Great island, great resort!

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Angie S
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Reviewed 17 December 2015

Excellent time at ABC. Was met at ferry dock promptly by a friendly ABC staffer. Upon arrival at the resort, we were met by Kasha and greeted warmly! Our bags were whisked to the tent (more on that later) and we were given a tour of the property and then brought to our tent.

The tent experience there was great - very clean! Private bath was wonderful and the view, well, you can't believe it.

The food was really excellent, not just at the hotel, but at all of the eateries on the island. We did not have a bad meal our entire stay, which is a rare thing to say. However, we did eat mostly fish, lobster, conch, and chicken. If you are expecting top shelf beef, go to a big resort in a populated area - this island (and the BVI) is all about the fresh seafood.

The only downside was the sand flies. They can be murderous during dusk and dawn. Since we went at the tail end of the rainy season they were still around, except on breezier days, which kept them in check. Bring 100% DEET with you, it is the only thing that works. This is a problem anywhere in the BVI. not just at the resort....

If you like going to a Sandals or Couples all-inclusive resorts, this place may not suit you. If you like uncrowded, unspoiled, and laid back, with truly friendly people, this is the place. Just don't expect a "corporate" resort experience....

In summary, we would go again. Kudos to Jamie, KASHA!, Jay, Keshawn and the chef!!! Keep up the good work!!!

Room Tip: Try the tents, and make sure you get one that is beachfront. Bring DEET repellent for dusk and dawn times.
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Jim L
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Reviewed 13 December 2015

We sailed into Anegada and were soon met by Eugene touting the Anegada Beach Club; beach, pool, bars, restaurant, and, importantly, free shuttle to/from. This place is amazing with an endless beach of fine white sand, well protected lagoon with great snorkeling. The staff were excellent, especially Yaniris! Everything seemed very new, check out the workmanship with teak at the beach bar. We stayed for the whole lobster dinner, worth every cent of the $50! It was huge and perfectly cooked.
It's a big property so the 20-30 tourists we shared the day with seemed like we had the place to ourselves.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Don V
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