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Because the Place Billionaires Go to Be Beach Bums Is Back

Landscape Anguilla


While Anguilla did find itself in the path of Hurricane Irma, its famed white beaches have been restored, and many of its restaurants (the island has some of the best in the region) have reopened. The Belmond Cap Juluca, on Maundays Bay, opened last month after a $121 million restoration, with 108 rooms and eight villas with private pools. As did CuisinArt Resort, over on Rendezvous Bay, with new interiors and a new chef. (Zemi Beach House reopened in February; Four Seasons did the same in March.) For a doubleheader, St. Martin is
just a 20-minute boat ride away, and home to the ultra-luxurious Belmond La Samanna. Reopening December 10, the resort sits on 55 acres of tropical garden teeming with fuchsia bougainvillea and orange poinsettia trees, but it is most famous for its below-sea-level wine cellar, which holds 12,000 vintages. (L.K.)

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