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Blue Waters on Shoal Bay West

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Blue Waters Beach Apartments is a small self-catering resort on Shoal Bay West. And Shoal Bay West is one of the perfect curved beaches at the West End and not the famous Shoal Bay beach at the east end. They share this beach with Cove Castles resort and the Trattoria Tramonto restaurant.

Blue Waters has 2 two-bedroom apartments and 7 one-bedroom units, starting at $235 in the high season, plus 10% service charge and 8% tax (prices Nov98). All units open directly onto the beach. Cooled by fans. Children welcome. Telephone: 1-264-497-6292. Fax 1-264-497-6982.

You can read a customer review posted on the Anguilla Tete-a-Tete bulletin board. Here are a few extracts:

Blue Waters was very beach front: our porch stepped right on to the sand, and the ocean was 15 feet away from there. After we had 4-wheeled on the left side of the road (with circles?!-very interesting) through The Valley, and arrived at the West end of the island, I was already in love with Anguilla. Everyone waved at us, even the goats along the side of the road were smiling. When we arrived at Blue Waters, no one was around--I knocked and opened a few doors, still could not find anyone. There was no office, signs, anything indicating if this place was even open. Finally Tony, Carolyn�s son (owner) appeared and told us we were staying at unit 5 and the key was in the door.

We walked in, it was unbelievable. The little picture in the Anguilla tourism brochure did not do justice to this place. When you walk in, if you turn right, its the master suite-with a king size bed, 2 night stands, huge wall mirror with built in table, and ample closets enclosing iron/ironing board, and a safe deposit box, which you don�t need on this crime free island. The bathroom was also simple and elegantly decorated (everything was WHITE/cleanlines/very Calvin Klein), with its own ceiling fan (there is one in every room in this villa). On to the living area, the area is open and spacious. with full-size range, oven, fridge with ice maker. And most important, a coffee maker. The cabinets were fully stocked with all the gadgets and utensils you need to cook and eat in. We find eating out every meal on a vacation can be very stressful. Something about rolling out of bed and on to the kitchen, and to the beach "As Is" is very appealling.

 Revised: October 17, 1998

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