CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla Reopens Following Renovations

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CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla has reopened following a $15 million renovation completed in continuous stages over the past three months. The renovations include upgrades to the resort’s accommodations, entrance, pools and restaurants.

The newly constructed entrance and road integrate the resort’s Greg Norman Signature Design golf course and ocean views into the guest’s arrival experience, as well as a refurbished lobby with updated furniture and carpets.

The 93 guestrooms and suites now have an entirely new look with new furnishings, LCD TVs, Bose Wave music systems and Nespresso makers. The main pool and the reflecting pools leading to the beach have all been resurfaced and retiled.



“CuisinArt Resort prides itself on maintaining a consistent level of luxury and offering a superior product,” Stephane Zaharia, general manager of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa said. “Investing in upgrades and renovations is part of the process that allows us to continue to provide that. We pay close attention to every detail that goes in to ensuring guests receive an unsurpassed vacation experience.”

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The resort’s 18 hole Greg Norman-designed golf course also saw improvements, including an upgrade to the course’s clubhouse. This year CuisinArt opened the first Japanese restaurant in Anguilla, Tokyo Bay, serving sushi and teppanyaki specialties with 360-degree views of the Caribbean Sea and golf course. Italia is the resort’s second new restaurant, and it serves pastas, meat dishes and local seafood specialties. Café Mediterraneo, Beach Grill and the AAA Four Diamond Le Bistro at Santorini all sport new menus with seasonal products.

 

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