These traditional West Indian–style bungalows are strung along one of Anguilla's longest beaches. They're also old-school Caribbean, and the relatively low prices and interconnected rooms appeal to families and groups of friends traveling together. The rather basic rooms are decorated with local artwork, mahogany and wicker furnishings, tropical-print fabrics, and ceiling fans; some have hand-painted floral borders. Those numbered 111 to 127 offer beach proximity and
the best views; newer units aren't as well situated and lack views, but have television and Internet access. The restaurant serves a mix of West Indian, Italian, and Continental cuisines; the bartenders proudly ask you to sample their special concoctions, exemplifying the friendly service. The hotel can arrange in-room massage and other spa treats. Check Facebook for last-minute special rates.
Rendezvous Bay, 0264, Anguilla
Jan 13, 2004
Run down around the grounds, room was clean and decent but the towels look 10 years old, at least. Also we were charged extra charge for a refrig and then again for a coffee maker. Restaurant always empty even when we had dinner there my husband got sick for 2 days. Beautiful beach though but wouldn't stay here again. Checkout was noon and we stated that time on our checkin form but when we came back from our beach walk at 11:15 they were almost
done cleaning the room. Didn't offer to even leave to give us some privacy. Poor management at both hotel and restaurant in our opinion.
Jan 27, 2003
Anguilla Great House was an ideal vacation spot. The rooms are 50 ft from the beautiful beach and very comfortable and private too. Each room has it's own porch, mini fridge and tv should you want it. I suggest renting a car for easy exploring of restaurants too. There are eating options for all budgets.