A little slice of Santorini in the heart of the Caribbean, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa was newly-redesigned for the 2018 season after Hurricane Irma left her mark.
The signature Mediterranean style of its architecture is reminiscent of a Greek island paradise, with dramatic mosaic columns welcoming you into the main lobby, striking photography throughout and accents in the signature Grecian shade of cobalt blue.
From the moment you cross the threshold, the eye is led through the sweeping entrance down across the pool to the beach of Rendezvous Bay and beyond, right across to St Maarten in the distance.
Each of the resort’s 91 suites are crisply designed with minimalist decor and flashes of that deep blue, even down to the corkscrew, perfectly framing the views of the vibrant Caribbean Sea beyond the windows. Seven villas offer the option of multi-room living if you’re travelling in a group, complete with private pools and beach access – invaluable for a family holiday – while the main building is also home to one two and one three bedroom penthouse, that can be combined for an ultra-accommodation option resplendent with rooftop hot tub and views over the resort.
CuisinArt is home to the island’s only golf course, the 18 hole Greg Norman Signature Design, and as such attracts not only keen amateurs to its fairways but big names from the Caribbean and beyond. For those who prefer a more relaxed holiday however, the spa offers an alternative way to while away an afternoon.
The resort’s pool is overlooked by the Mosaic restaurant, where a daily buffet breakfast is served (with some of the crispiest bacon we’ve ever tasted…) before transforming into a lunch and dinner space highlighting the flavours of the Caribbean. Tokyo Bay, the only Japanese restaurant on the island, is helmed by a former Nobu alum, while the beachfront bar offers bites on the beach accompanied by ice cold cocktails.
The award-winning resort, with its lush grounds and five star service, has been an icon of the island since its opening in 1999 and with its triumphant post-Irma return, it’s only set to stay that way for many years to come.
For more information and to book your luxury Anguilla getaway, please visit www.cuisinartresort.com