News for the Hospitality Executive
Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla – November 2012 – CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa reopened for season this month, unveiling an impressive $15 million renovation to the resort’s accommodations, resort entrance, pools, and restaurants, completed in continuous stages over the past three months.
The renovations can be seen before you even step foot in the resort with a newly constructed entrance and road making CuisinArt’s Greg Norman Signature Design golf course and its ocean views part of the new, grander, arrival experience. Upon check in, guests will find a refurbished lobby with updated furniture and carpets, keeping it modern and in line with the remodeling of the resort’s accommodations.
The 275-acre beachfront property’s 93 luxurious guest rooms and suites feature an entirely new bold, vibrant and colorful look complete with new furnishings including beds, sofas, rugs, and bedding as well as new LCD TVs, Bose Wave music systems, Nespresso makers, fresh paint and more – nearly everything except the phone has been changed out for a new and fresh feel. A full resurfacing and retiling of the iconic main pool and the reflecting pools leading to the beach was completed just weeks before reopening.
“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.”
Improvements to the recently obtained 18-hole Greg Norman designed golf course were followed by an upgrade of the course’s on-site Mediterranean-styled clubhouse, which features over 11,000 square feet of flexible event space. The expansive white marble terrace overlooks jaw-dropping views of the resort’s golf course, Caribbean Sea and St. Maarten.
Finally, CuisinArt Resort continues to keep its world-class culinary offerings fresh and timely. This year, CuisinArt Resort opened Anguilla’s first Japanese restaurant, Tokyo Bay, that serves sushi and teppanyaki specialties along 360-degree views of the Caribbean Sea and golf course. A second new restaurant, Italia, is located in the golf clubhouse and offers a gourmet selection of artisanal pastas, meat dishes and local seafood specialties. Additionally, new menus at Café Mediterraneo, Beach Grill and Anguilla’s first AAA Four Diamond restaurant, Le Bistro at Santorini, have been updated in line with seasonal products.
ABOUT CUISINART GOLF RESORT & SPA
CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, is a five-star beachfront resort on the unspoiled Caribbean island of Anguilla. Recipient of several prestigious Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Travel Awards, and ranked as the top resort in Anguilla in 2011 by Travel & Leisure, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa offers luxurious beachfront accommodations and private luxury villas along Rendevous Bay. The resort’s whitewashed architecture, inspired by the Greek island of Mykonos, creates a visually stunning contrast against sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Featuring an 18-hole Greg Norman designed golf course, the expansive Venus Spa, world-class culinary offerings including an exclusive chef’s table and the world’s first resort-based hydroponic farm, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa provides an unrivaled luxury Caribbean experience. For more information on CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa or to make reservations, please call (800) 943-3210 or visit www.cuisinartresort.com.
Jody Diamond / Robin Canfield
Diamond Public Relations
Zaharia Appointed General Manager for The CuisinArt Resort & Spa,
Anguilla / August 2005