Anguilla’s Altamer Resort has unveiled Blue Diamond Villa, the 13,000 square foot oceanfront property that features five bedrooms and its own dedicated lighted tennis court
Altamer Resort, located directly on the Caribbean Sea on the secluded island of Anguilla. The secluded ambiance of the resort allows guests to indulge in the luxury of the villas and experience the world-class cuisine with in villa dining. The resort has just enhanced its collection of luxury villas with the newly completed Blue Diamond villa. The 13,000-square-foot oceanfront villa was designed by Linda Warren of Linda Warren Associates, the designer behind the resort’s Antilles Pearl villa, as well as the first phase of Cap Juluca and the Cerulean Villa.
Boasting an airy atmosphere the Blue Diamond Villa is the contemporary take on the classic Caribbean style with various textures and vibrant colors. The guests will find here hand-made clay pots from Mexico, solid, tropical wooden furniture that is Caribbean climate-friendly, resin side tables designed by Frank Gehry in vibrant hot pink, blue and white tones and decorative pieces from RHModern. The second level contains the master bedroom, four guest rooms with additional walk-in closets, as well as a self contained gym featuring all the newest equipment.
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The Blue Diamond’s outdoor pool and patio spaces include a covered area with an overhang, dining table and indoor/outdoor furniture for guests to keep out of the sun or enjoy romantic dinners.
Designed by architect Myron Goldfinger, Altamer Resort in Shoal Bay West, Anguilla, includes three four-bedroom beachfront villas, which total 39,500 square feet, a pied-à-terre, conference center and 42 acres of undeveloped land. Prominent for their oceanfront views and unusual geometric aesthetic, the Antilles Pearl, Blue Diamond and African Sapphire villas have a spacious layout and can accommodate up to 30 guests.