3 Islands, 1 Resort: Find out What Makes the CéBlue Beach Resort So Special

What makes The CéBlue Beach Resort so special? Is it the beautiful location? The quiet, private atmosphere? The direct access to some amazing secluded off-island cays? We’ll let you decide. But you can’t go wrong either way you choose.
Anguilla Undiscovered
The CéBlue Beach Resort is nestled on the island of Anguilla, a small island in the Caribbean that has been the go-to secret getaway for big name celebrities for years. If you’re looking for a Caribbean vacation away from it all, it doesn’t get better than Anguilla.
The island offers a truly quiet and relaxing atmosphere, with unmatched levels of privacy. While Anguilla offers plenty of splendid diversions, its defining quality is its ability to let you just melt away into its natural beauty.
Beautiful Location
Tucked away on a hillside overlooking Crocus Bay – one of the most beautiful stretches of water in all the Caribbean – this resort’s private and quiet atmosphere is the ultimate match for Anguilla. From your hillside villa, you’ll be treated to an absolutely breathtaking view. Aqua blue waters melt into some of the bluest skies you’ve ever seen. The coral reef water set against the soft white sand presents one of the most beautiful contrasts in all of nature. It’s simply the perfect backdrop to a dream vacation.
Off-Island Excursions
Perhaps the best feature of CéBlue is its close proximity and direct access to Prickly Pear and Sandy Island. These islands are perfect microcosms of Anguilla itself, yet each offers its own unique take on the Anguilla experience.
Sandy Island is a private off-island cay only a few miles west of Crocus Bay. The only access is by boat, and CéBlue offers private boat excursions. In many ways, the trip itself is a worth the journey. When you arrive, you’ll find perhaps the widest lunch selection of any of Anguilla’s off-island cays. You can soak down these decadent offerings with delicious island cocktails, rum punch or beer.
Visitors to the island love to lay out on its soft sandy beaches, play a game of beach volleyball or soak in the warm blue waters. More adventurous patrons of the island bring their snorkeling gear and soon discover that the island is just as beautiful below the surface as it is above.
Prickly Pear Island is a bit longer trip. It sits 6 miles north of Road Bay and is just north and a little west of Crocus Bay. The island consists of two cays, and you’ll enter through a small channel between these two cays, eventually arriving at a sandy beach on the north side of the eastern cay.
Upon arrival, you’ll want to make a bee-line for the Prickly Pear Bar & Restaurant, also known as Agatha’s. There you’ll find Allan, son of the restaurant’s namesake. He plays many roles on the island – BBQ King, Bartender, Post Master General, and Mayor of the Island. He can nearly always be spotted at the Tiki Hut Bar and will be your go-to source for refreshing island libations.
The restaurant also offers a wide range of delicious menu items, including grilled chicken breast, baby back ribs, grilled Mahi Mahi, lobster and much more. And, the open-air dining area features thatch covered picnic tables that sit under umbrellas so that you can enjoy your food and a cold drink in the shade.

How to Book Your Stay

To book your stay in one of CéBlue’s amazing hillside villas, head over to CeblueAnguilla.com or give us a call at (866) 675-5455.