With happy surprises the holidays may have delivered, and with Valentine’s Day approaching, wedding engagements will be on the rise. Anguilla’s Bird of Paradise offers the perfect location for the sophisticated couple desiring an intimate and elegant setting for their special day or those looking for a honeymoon retreat.
The first chapter in the new Rizzoli hardcover, Caribbean Hideaways, is on the Bird of Paradise, the only property chosen for Anguilla. Amazon writes, “The book is an invaluable guide to the finest guest rooms in the Caribbean, featuring stunning escapes selected for their unique views, unrivaled décor, and one-of-a-kind ambience. Every traveler wants to feel as if they are the first to discover their destination—that’s why staying somewhere fresh, somewhere that is still a well-kept secret, is so important.”
Bird of Paradise has multiple living and dining areas that create an expansive area for indoor/outdoor entertaining with seating for 50. Couples have been married on the beach or on the bridge that crosses the lagoon-style pools or under the roof of the Bird’s pergola. Staff and chef will make all arrangements from the license to wed, to flowers, music, photography and wedding cake.
As a wedding gift, the owners of the Bird of Paradise offer their executive chef for one lunch and two dinners for the couple during a weeklong honeymoon, including food for the meals as well as pre-stocking of the bar. Travel World News needs to be mentioned for this special offer. Menus are described on the website.
Daily continental breakfast, housekeeping and 24-hour concierge as well as Bvlgari amenities and complimentary phone calls to North America and Europe are standard.