Quintessence Hotel Uber Luxe Travel Package for Wine Lovers

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Anguilla is located in the Eastern Caribbean Sea, just eight kilometers from Saint-Martin and 29 kilometers from Saint-Barth, both easily accessible via a short speedboat ride. Anguilla is known for its beautiful beaches, there are 33 to choose from. The island is relatively flat with no mountains and because of this the clouds move quickly allowing for minimal rain and a plethora of sun filled days. You can get there by landing in St. Maarten and then taking a speedboat to Anguilla. In December, American Airlines launched a direct flight from the United States to Anguilla from Miami. To make things even simpler, the Quintessence Hotel offers an extravagant package that includes private flights from the United States and access to wines from the hotel’s award-winning cellar. Read on for more details.

the Quintessence Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel that is part of the Castles Relay family. With just nine suites, each named after acclaimed Haitian artists, butler service, a private beach, tennis court, infinity pool, gourmet Franco-Caribbean restaurant, two bars and a spa, Quintessence is a opulent escape where you can truly get away from it all. We can organize tailor-made excursions such as a day on a private island, scuba diving on a shipwreck, cave treks, and sunset sailboat or yacht rentals.

Quintessence offers travelers an ultra luxurious package for $119,500. The lavish package is tailored to your needs and includes round-trip private flights from the United States via Tradewind Aviation, five nights in their largest suite, the Joseph Penthouse, and access to wines from Quintessence’s award-winning wines cellar with over 2,000 labels. This also includes the owner’s private collection of vintage wines.

Le Quintessence can arrange special food and wine pairings throughout your stay. Maybe you fancy a bottle of Besserat de Bellefon and Beluga caviar upon arrival. Or a Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé 2006 with brunch on your private balcony. A drink at sunset on one of Anguilla’s 33 white sand beaches? No problem. They can even coordinate dinner on their private beach with a bottle of 1982 Château Latour. The possibilities are endless.

The culinary and beverage teams of Quintessence can create special menus for your stay that pair wines selected by sommelier Albert Lake with dishes created by Chef Dominique Thevenet, who blends his experience from Lyon, France with what he can find in the beautiful Caribbean. This fully customizable package allows each guest to enjoy an itinerary curated to meet any dietary or preference needs.

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