Quintessence Hotel recently debuted the adjacent Quinn building, which provides an addition of three guest suites with the same resort amenities as the five-star Quintessence at a significant discount.
The Quinn has three different suite options—Quinn Teal, Quinn Cyan and Quinn Indigo. Smaller in size than the nine suites at Quintessence, Quinn accommodations are equally unique; the property is known for its museum-quality art collection and the Quinn suites also sport metal sculpture work by acclaimed Haitian artist Serge Jolimeau. The suites come with access to the same amenities as Quintessence, including a secluded beach, an infinity pool, a full service spa, French-Caribbean fine dining, and a wine cellar.
“Quinn is going to be a key differentiator setting Quintessence apart from the other luxury hotels” said General Manager Merla Smith-Halley. “We’ll always have our clientele who want to experience Quintessence the traditional way and we are still catering to them. This just creates a more inclusive option geared towards travelers who may be spending more time off property, or are traveling for shorter stays, or on business.”
Quintessence is nicknamed "The Tropical Grand Mansion;" it offers butler service, a 4-to-1 staff-to-guest ratio and fully customizable itineraries. Perched above the white sands of Anguilla’s Long Bay Beach, the Quintessence Hotel has luxury accommodations, experiences for adventure seekers and Zen masters alike, French-Caribbean fine dining at Julian’s by Chef Dominique Thevenet, and the Quintessence Art Gallery with curated displays from the personal art collection of owner Geoffrey Fieger.
To know more, visit www.qhotelanguilla.com.