All 136 rooms at Four Seasons are villa-style with private patios and outdoor bathrooms. We were checked into the Island Beach Pool Villa, a 1,130 square foot private villa with direct access to the Quiet Beach.
We entered through the private courtyard to an expansive “backyard” with a plunge pool, covered chaise loungers and direct access to the beach. The villa itself features a king bed facing the view with the customary Four Seasons bedding.
The patio doors can be opened and a mosquito screen can be drawn down from the ceiling to allow for airflow without being inundated with bugs, which was a fantastic feature.
The minibar is sizable, complete with a variety of liquors, wines and non-alcoholic beverages. The water is complimentary, as well as the tea and coffee. We received a number of welcome gifts, including a fruit platter and local Takamaka wine made from lychees (delicious).
The bathroom is, as always, my personal favorite part of the villa. The double vanity faces the view, but the privacy screen is available if you prefer a more separated bathroom from the bedroom. To one side, you will find the walk-in closet and the other has a separate toilet room. There is a bathtub complete with Diptyque bath salts as well as the indoor shower that faces the private outdoor area with glass surrounding the back wall. Outside, you will find a private outdoor shower with a waterfall shower head. The bathroom is luxurious and private and the Diptyque products were an excellent choice.
The covered patio next to the plunge pool has a seating area as well as a dinette facing the view and is a fantastic place to relax, particularly in the rain as it protects you completely from the elements.
The rooms do come with Four Seasons-branded bicycles as well that can be used around the property and the broader Anahita complex. Since our room was on the Island, we did not use them much as everything felt very close to the room.
The entry level room type is the Garden Pool Villa and they are located on the mainland part of the property. They are a bit further from the breakfast restaurant and beachfront, but offer the same privacy, seclusion and villa setup as the island villas.
The property does offer a Presidential Suite on the island as well as a variety of residences that are well suited for larger families or groups.
Overall, the rooms are comfortable and have fantastic outdoor spaces. They do need a bit of maintenance and love when it comes to modernization of lighting/room features as well as ensuring things like the mosquito screen is functioning prior to a guest arrival, but we do hope that updates are coming soon.