CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa.
ANGUILLA–CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa is due to re-open on November 1 following a complete restoration process since Hurricane Irma. The 91-suite, seven-villa resort will re-open with fresh design updates, transformed interiors and new dining venues, according to a statement from the resort.
“It is with great pride that we announce the triumphant return of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa,” Stephane Zaharia, President and Managing Director of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa said. “Hurricane Irma presented a humbling experience, but one that also allowed us to reassess and make changes to ready the resort for its next chapter. Guests new and returning will enjoy a fresh coastal chic design, as well as heightened amenities across the resort, from enhanced Golf and Spa to new dining venues and sustainability efforts. We look forward to welcoming guests back to Anguilla this November as we carry the CuisinArt legacy into the next generation.”
The interiors will reopen completely redesigned, with a new entrance, new lounging areas and new loungers and private cabanas. The resort’s original lobby bar will be reborn as “Kazbar,” a Moroccan-style space, while the property is also adding a new 5,000-square-foot meeting space. Changes to the rooms include a new “chic coastal aesthetic,” with wood-style flooring, handmade headboards and floor-to-ceiling windows, while the resort’s penthouses and villas are also getting a new look designed and furnished by Roche-Bobois.
CuisinArt is also relaunching its 27,000-square-foot Spa by CuisinArt, with a new spa menu, new specialty treatments, an updated fitness centre and a range of fitness classes from kickboxing to aqua conditioning.
The Reef by CuisinArt is also re-opening after a summer break. Four Seasons re-opened earlier in October and Belmond Cap Juluca is due to open by November 15.