CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Spacious family-friendly suites, steps from the beach
- Organic fruits and vegetables from the hydroponic garden and farm (the first of its kind)
- Top-notch cooking classes and five restaurants make it a best bet for foodies
What To Know
- Top-floor Becahfront One- and Two-Bedroom Suites are worth an upgrade for their private solariums and outdoor showers
- Expansive grounds; some walking is required to get between rooms and common areas
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A perennial favorite among sun-crazed celebs, Anguilla flaunts its exclusivity on pearly white beaches like the two-mile one at the Mediterranean-inspired CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa. Classically Caribbean botanical gardens and grassy nooks wind throughout 275 acres to the ocean, while rooms with white archways and terracotta-tiled outdoor spaces add a splash of the Aegean.
Bed & Bath
Microsuede and rattan furnishings of spirited royal blues and sunny yellows complement white walls and tiled floors in the 93 rooms and suites. Light-filled living areas are spacious and have sliding glass doors that lead to private balconies or terraces. Similarly airy are the marble bathrooms, with open-style adobe showers. Top-floor One- and Two-Bedroom Suites are worth an upgrade for their Nespresso coffee machines, private solariums and outdoor showers.
Get your hands dirty in one of two CuisinArt cooking classes, or simply tantalize your palate poolside with tart crab-and-vegetable gazpacho or on a tour of the hydroponic farm and organic garden. The immense wine cellar — 3,600 bottles deep — offers vintage tastings and a chef’s table dinner. Snag a seat at one of five on-site restaurants to sample fresh sashimi and teppanyaki at Anguilla’s first Japanese sushi restaurant, Tokyo Bay. Or go for the Greek-inspired grilled whole snapper, prepared tableside at Santorini, where CuisinArt’s famed kitchen products are put to the test. While eating and drinking are the main course here, there are plenty of non-culinary activities, including a tennis clinic, a 7,063-yard championship golf course, free yoga classes on the beach and European-inspired treatments at Venus Spa.
How to Get There
We just return from 10 wonderful days at CuisinArt,, the resort has been quite upgraded since the Hurricane last year. Our past 4 visits were quite enjoyable,but now with the beautiful redo since the storm the resort is amazing.The food at tokoyo bay was vry good an quite enjoyable.The staff all do an excellent job of making you feel like you are part of their family. A special thanks to Theresa at the pool, she goes way above and beyond to take care of all the guests. The only problem was that she had a day off and it was good,but not the same!
My husband and I stopped in to check out the hotel for a possible future stay. We ended up at the beach bar on the water and were enthusiastically greeted by Sherman. Sherman was so much fun with us and all of the other guests at the bar. His drinks were top notch and his conversation was just right! He is such a hard worker - we will for sure consider a stay at Cuisinart just because of Sherman :)
Stayed for 5 days in February and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. The new design is beach chic without being pretentious--love it. All the restaurants impressed us offering a variety of culinary choices with thoughtful service. The new Santorini Restaurant at the Golf Club House opened when we were there, food & service was fantastic with amazing views of Caribbean Sea and Greg Norman's Golf Course. Needless to say, we will be back sooner than later. Rendezvous Bay is our favorite beach on Anguilla!
Just stayed at the CusinArt at the end of February (our second time there). It is completely renovated and more beautiful than before Irma. The beach is also beautiful, no signs or the storms. Bank Banks is back, and so are all the wonderful, friendly, helpful staff that makes the CusinArt and the entire experience of Anguilla so memorable. Take the ferry (with free beer) from the airport at St Maarten for some extra fun, or fly the small aircraft 12 minutes to the tiny Anguilla airport, either way getting there is an adventure in of itself. So go and enjoy, don't hesitate, there is no reason to hold back, and you will never forget Anguilla.
We stayed at the Newly renovated Cuisinart Resort & Residences Feb.16th-Feb.23rd. We had the most amazing time. They really out did themselves. Property looks beautiful, our room was amazing we had a 2 bedroom oceanfront suite. The new mosaic restaurant is beautiful. The breakfast buffet had everything you could possibly want. We ate lunch most days down at the beach bar restaurant. Food is amazing! We also ate dinner at Mosaic one night and the food was superb. We had the lobster mac&cheese,wood fired lasagne bolognese and the eggplant parmigiana to start. I can’t stop talking about how good that was. We had the salmon and some flatbreads for our main course and was just as spectacular as the appetizers. Now about the staff, Cuisinart has the best staff that we have ever experienced. There is nothing that the staff at Cuisinart can’t do. If you think it can’t be done they, they get it done. We will be returning to this resort next year.