CuisinArt in Anguilla – An Award-Winning Holiday

I don’t usually shout out about a property like I shout out about CuisinArt resot in Anguilla…. but… it is spectacular.
Here are some of the awards it’s won:
Condé Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards, Top Caribbean Resorts

Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards: Top 25 in the Caribbean, Bermuda & Bahamas

Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards: #1 in Anguilla

Travel + Leisure Top 10 Hotel Spas – Caribbean, Bermuda & Bahamas

Travel + Leisure Top 10 Family-Friendly Resorts – Caribbean, Bermuda & Bahamas

Spa Finder Readers’ Choice Awards, Best Spa for Romance

Trip Advisor Travelers Choice Top 100 Luxury Hotels in the World

Rated by ABC as one of the top spots for a “Foodcation!” in 2013

Here’s a review I just wrote:
I absolutely love the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa. I visited again in December 2013 with my colleague Alex Yates, and the resort (built by the CuisinArt appliance owner) has stood up to my memory of my stellar visit 2 years prior. General Manager, Stephane Zaharia, is still at the helm; and his attention to detail, and general care for all items, no matter how small, is seen everywhere. I think this beach at RendezVous Bay is probably the best I’ve ever been on – white powder sand. (I walked out to my shoulders in pure powder, with nary a rock that I remember). Attentive beachfront service for guests, great food at Cafe Mediterraneo and Santorini’s (under the care of new executive chef Jasper Schneider) as well as new Japanese restaurant – 5 restaurants in total on property (and meal plans available if you wish – the art is in the cuisine!); Greg Norman golf course, tennis courts, perhaps the largest spa in the Caribbean, hydroponic gardens; and a 100 yards down the beach from Dune Preserve and Bankie Banx (which CNN Traveler has touted as the best beach bar in the world). This is a destination resort all by itself, but with only 105 rooms, doesn’t feel like it will dwarf you like some of the mega-resorts in other parts of the Caribbean. Of course, Anguilla itself is only 3 x 16 miles large, and there are no all inclusive resorts, chain hotels, fast food establishments, etc – yet there are 125 restaurants around the island for you to experience fantastic dining – everything from “feet in the sand” Smokey’s to fine dining at Blanchard’s. (I send some “foodie” clients again and again.) I also think this is probably the best family resort for reconnecting and having an authentic holiday together. (As well as couples – the tv show, “The Bachelor,” filmed here one year, and CuisinArt has also been named a top honeymoon destination as well.) There’s also free wifi too for those that have to stay plugged in. Go! Visit CuisinArt.

Call me if you’d like to go check it out!  Remember, CuisinArt is a Virtuoso partner of mine, so I can VIP you, and negotiate special amenities on your behalf!

And for you active folks who don’t just want to veg on one of the best beaches in the world,