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CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • family-friendly
  • great spa and sports
  • gorgeous beach and gardens

    Cons

  • food service can be slow
  • pool area is noisy, beach lounges need replacement

CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa Review

Anguilla's only family-friendly full-service resort has it all: miles of stunning beach, world-class golf, a gorgeous spa and health club, top dining, and sports galore. Constant upgrading and smart management keeps the gleaming white Mediterranean-style buildings and the rest of the resort in fine form. Two of the five restaurants opened in 2012: there's Italia, at the golf course, and Tokyo Bay, a splashy Japanese restaurant that gets great views from its location on top of the full-service spa. The huge guest rooms were redecorated and refurnished in 2012 and fitted with flat-screen TVs. Guests return in droves to enjoy the casual atmosphere, extensive facilities, and grant-every-wish concierge crew, who can get you vacation-long nannies, local cell phones, dinner reservations, and lots more. In 2011 Cuisinart took over the Greg Norman Golf Course, offering great packages, and you don't even have to bring your clubs—they provide those too. High-season children's programs give parents a chance to enjoy the vacation, too. A hydroponic farm provides organic produce for the restaurants; tours of the greenhouse, lush tropical gardens, and orchards are fun and engaging. Cooking classes and demonstrations are conducted in the teaching kitchen and enjoyed at a Chef's Table twice weekly.

    Hotel Details

  • 100 rooms, 2 penthouses, 6 villas.
  • Rate includes some meals, no meals.
  • Closed Sept. and Oct.
Updated: 03-03-2014

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