Belmond Cap Juluca Now Available for Bookings

Belmond Cap Juluca
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Belmond Cap Juluca in Anguilla is now taking bookings and will welcome guests starting November 17.

Located in the British West Indies on the coast of Anguilla, Belmond Cap Juluca, formerly just Cap Juluca, offers 113 new guestrooms and suites – all with large private verandas or balconies. In May of 2017, Belmond, Ltd. announced that it had signed agreements to acquire Cap Juluca. The addition of the then 96-room resort marked an important milestone in the strategic development of the Belmond brand, which is committed to doubling the size of its portfolio by 2020.

Many of the accommodations offer large bathrooms that overlook walled botanical courtyards with a private seating area.

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The three- and five-bedroom private villas have kitchens, large dining areas and private pools.

The new Spa and Fitness Centre is set among the resort’s gardens and offers views of the Caribbean. 

The spa, designed to blend with the landscape, will offer a yoga pavilion, gym, and seven all-suite treatment villas – with private terraces and seating by the sea.

The new "CAP’s Cool Pool” and outdoor terrace has an infinity-edge pool, shaded botanical courtyard, and tree-lined sunbathing decks. 

As far as dining goes, Pimms restaurant will serve Caribbean classics and Anguillan delicacies. Freshly squeezed fruit juices, smoothies, and snacks are on offer at the new Maundays Lounge and Pool Terrace. By night, Maundays’ service turns to ceviche and tapas as the rum cocktails flow. The Cap Shack, located on a remote stretch of Maundays Bay, offers mixed rum punches and freshly caught fish.

This story originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com.

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