Quintess is one of the world’s leading destination clubs with more than 100 luxury homes in 60 of the world’s most sought-after destinations. With an ever-expanding portfolio, Quintess recently introduced two new Anguilla villas as part of the destination’s exclusive Ce Blue community.

Anguilla is home to 33 miles of the world’s most pristine white sand beaches and is surrounded by the picturesque cerulean waters of the Caribbean. Quintess’ villas are located on Crocus Bay, a high point of the island traditionally used as a lookout for returning seafarers, which now cradles a hillside on which the resort cascades down to the immaculate protected beaches.

Quintess’ two new Anguilla villas have a property value of $3.7 million each, and immediately upon arrival, you understand why. The 3,000-square-foot villas each feature five master suites with ensuite bathrooms and are adorned with authentic Caribbean décor throughout by Cindy Dzurita. The dramatic ocean views down to Crocus Bay are an added bonus.

Private plunge pools with outdoor showers and teakwood decks complete the open-air feel of the villas and encourage visitors to take advantage of the indoor/outdoor island lifestyle. A media room with flat screen HDTVs and games, as well as high-speed wireless Internet, will keep you connected during your visit. Other features include a fully appointed chef’s kitchen that opens on both sides to become one with the deck, tropical hardwoods and Brazilian quartzite textiles, local stones and Corian countertops.

Quintess visitors also have full access to Ce Blue’s Clubhouse, including a concierge to assist with activities, a full service fitness center and spa, retail boutique, restaurant and teen game room.

The area is a popular hotspot for snorkeling, and Anguilla’s seven marine parks are known for their scuba diving, fishing, windsurfing and sailing. Out-of-water activities are no shortage, either. Golfers will love the Greg Norman-designed championship course; restaurants burst with Caribbean and international flavor; and it’s not uncommon for the “night life” to kick off in the early afternoon. The island’s friendly residents are proud of their beautiful home and are known the world over for being particularly hospitable to visitors.

Anguilla still has a “best kept secret about to get told” feeling about it. While there, it’s hard to believe such an untouched corner of the Caribbean still exists, yet it offers all the luxuries you’d need during your next beachfront getaway.