Spa at CuisinArt Resort

Old May 28th, 2000, 05:31 AM
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Nilsa Colon Perez
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Spa at CuisinArt Resort

I am wondering if anyone has used the Spa at the new CuisinArt Resort and what comments do they have (specially the massages & body treatments). In addition, how is the restaurant menu(does it have a good variety; what type of food) and food itself? <BR>Thanks!
 
Old May 28th, 2000, 06:10 AM
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CuisinArt is a wonderful new hotel. The spa is beautiful, I did not get a massage but I heard they are excellent! The restaurant has a variety and is outstanding,we feel one the best on the island -and just as good as NYC.It is lovely to sit on their patio and see the lights of St. Martin and the beautiful pool. If you have never been to Anguilla,you have wonderful restaurant choices. Enjoy!
 
Old Jun 6th, 2000, 05:06 PM
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We just returned from Anguilla last week and stayed at the Sonesta (wonderful). Both my husband and I went to the spa. I had a haircut, pedicure & facial (costly, but worth it). I hooked him up with Peter for a massage. I want to save a few surprises, but in the event you do visit the spa, please let me know what you thought of the view, that in itself was worth the price I paid to be pampered! As for the food, we did eat there and I have not one bad thing to say. My husband wants me to go into the food critic business, but said I would be out of a job in a short time in Anguilla, as I did not have a thing to complain about. As for drinks, there is only one you will need, a Rum Punch!
 
Old Jul 9th, 2000, 02:01 PM
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I just came back from CuisinArt Resort. My husband and I used the spa for facials, massages, pedicures and manicures. All was wonderful and they gave you their full attention. I could have had a massage every day. The Spa restaurant was terrific. Kalinga is great(he is the chef) and very attentive to anything you want. Of course, we went to the Hydroponic Cafe every day it was open. Go to CuisinArt to get away from everything.
 
Old Jul 11th, 2000, 07:00 AM
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I really hope and pray someone has a answer to this problem. <BR> <BR>I chose Cuisinart as the number one choice for our vacation the beginning of August. <BR>Howvever, it did not work out due to price. Is anyone aware of a way to get a lower price for the room? We have to take a 2 beroom suite because we are traveling with our four children (my husband and I also). I inquired about a discount but what they offered was nominal. I have not been able to find anyone that does packages with their hotel. I am so sad and would be so grateful to anyone who could suggest any avenues to get a suite at the Cuisinart for less than published rates. I am not unrealistic but don't want to pay the unreasonable for us, (but I am sure justifiable) amount of money per night they are asking. <BR>Even if you has any ideas to save on airfae, that would be helpful also. I have already checked the usual 800-flycheap, ect. and it looks like the vacqation we want is just a little bit too expensive.
 
Old Jul 17th, 2000, 09:56 AM
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Angela--- <BR>Re Cuisinart---it is expensive no doubt. <BR>There is a summer promotion for 3 day or 7 days stays that pays the service charge and the tax---this is a savings of 18%. Cuisinart is more expensive but well worth it. Sonesta is just down the beach a mile or so--and considerably less if you want to consider.
 
Old Jul 17th, 2000, 10:50 AM
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Well it just sounds like you must go elsewhere. Lots of resorts are expensive & if you consider their prices unreasonable then you should look at locations that fit comforatable into your budget. If I was a full paying guest I would not be happy if someone got the same accommodations for less just because they felt the full price was unreasonable?! Aren't they all!!
 
Old Jul 21st, 2000, 07:23 AM
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In response to Angela - we're going to Cuisinart in August and from what I've heard and read it's not really a children's resort - don't you think you should look for a hotel with lots of activities for children instead? Or even another island. Anguilla is very laid back.
 
Old Jul 22nd, 2000, 07:30 AM
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Thanks for the thoughtfulness in response. I do think, however, that everyone has different styles of vacationing. We are interested in spending time with our children (as opposed to sending them to children's programs) on this vacation... the laid back style is really what we are looking for. We really want a quiet, private place to just enjoy each other's company. Thank you for your input though, I appreciate it. It was helpful.
 
Old Nov 7th, 2000, 11:42 AM
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Angela, we too are taking our children to Anguilla for a summer vacation, however we plan on renting one of the dozens of splendid villas instead of the resorts. We can always enjoy the resorts amenities (dinning/spa) without staying there and a villa offers us much more quality together time.
 

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