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
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- 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.
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I enjoyed my 2 night stay at Cuisinart.
The resort had just re opened from the annual break during peak hurricane season.
It was on spot, with the level of service you would expect from a 5 star.
The beach was awesome, and clean.
Our room was in building 6 (Mykonos) and it was fabulous! We had a two bedroom unit.
It was heavenly. This island has the top beaches in my opinion, and I’ve been all over including Bora Bora.
I can’t wait to go back.
My husband and son played golf as well, something you can’t do in St Martin.
It was hard going back to our timeshare in St Martin after staying at the Cuisinart.
You get what you pay for.
Many thanks to the staff.
We just got back from a fantastic week at the Cusinart Hotel. From the minute we arrived we knew we were going to love our trip. Every member of the stay was incredibly gracious and friendly especially Sherman, Natasha, Jacqueline, Elbert, Anica and I could go on and on.
We absolutely loved our room! The room was huge and so inviting. We loved sitting on our balcony in the late afternoon. The beds were so comfortable.
We played tennis most days and the courts were great. We think Cusinart should promote them more....
We played golf and loved the afternoon. Glen ford was very friendly and welcoming. The course was in very could conditions and we loved the off season discount.
We will definitely go back to Cusinart and can’t wait. The only thing we think they need to work on is the food. The breakfast was great and doesn’t need to change. We think the food at Mosaic could be improved, especially at lunch. We think the addition on fish tacos would be a welcome addition. Also, we were disappointed the Kaz tapas weren’t available. All of these are little changes that could easily be improved.
On the whole we loved loved our trip!
I loved this location in Anguilla! It was truly a really nice vacation. The beach was beautiful and it was nice to relax without lots of interruption. The food on this BVI island is amazing. From the italian to the french all the way to the Hut next door to the four seasons. The hut has the best milkshakes and quick foods. Can't wait to visit again!
Also check out the spa, my birthday massage was perfect icing on the cake for my day!