The Hotel

Malliouhana, an Auberge Resort, has been regarded as one of the finest Caribbean resorts in Anguilla since its opening in 1984. With just 44 rooms and suites, this boutique resort is built atop a panoramic bluff overlooking the Caribbean Sea and reaching down to the white sands of Meads Bay and Turtle Cove beaches. The resort blends modern accommodations and amenities with the warmth and gracious hospitality of the Caribbean, and preserves the best of the past while interpreting the resort in a new light that resonates with the contemporary, discerning world traveler.

A true tropical oasis, Malliouhana is set on 25 acres of lush, landscaped gardens that merge with one and a half miles of pristine white-sand beaches to envelop your senses and bring to life the true majesty of Anguilla. Guests can enjoy the absolute essence of their destination at one of the finest known beach resorts on the island of Anguilla and discover the healing power of seeking pleasure and a staff committed to delivering every service and amenity with an unrivaled sense of passion.
Malliouhana's spacious guestrooms and suites offer stylish furnishings, state-of-the-art technology, and dramatic views of the Caribbean Sea with a relaxed atmosphere infused with exuberant colors, evoking the spirit of Anguilla.

Malliouhana is designed for guests seeking a private vacation retreat with all the comforts of home and access to world-class dining and an exceptional Auberge Spa and fitness program. Guests enjoy endless summers with near perfect weather, balmy trade winds, and azure waters.


• A True Boutique Feel
• Panoramic Bluff Vistas
• Modern Caribbean Blend with Whimsical Touches
• Contemporary Caribbean Cuisine


• Take a rum tasting class with Malliouhana's rummelier Albert Lake
• Request a corner Ocean View Premium Room, only 2 on property, features large wrap-around balconies and boast the best views in the house
• Take a stroll down Meads Bay at lunch time to neighboring Blanchard’s Beach Shack and enjoy a MBLT (Mahi BLT) at picnic tables nestled under the sea grape trees and celebrity people-watching during peak season