Caribbean Room With a View: A Beachfront Villa at Anguilla’s CuisinArt

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 22, 2013

Above: the view from a beachfront villa at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa

THIS ISN’T ON a Greek island, though it might feel that way. The units at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla are indeed inspired by the Greek islands, and it’s the beachfront villas (above) that provide particularly stellar vistas of Rendezvous Bay.

Villas are offered in two sizes: three bedroom, with three full and two half baths, totaling 3,400 square feet, and one-bedroom, with one full and two half baths, with 1,880 square feet.

The property has a total of six three-bedroom and five-bedroom villas, each with its own private outdoor patio and pool and panoramic views of the Caribbean sea.

The 93-unit property, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, has its own resort-based hydroponic farm and a Greg Norman-design golf course — all worth checking out — but you will probably just be on your patio, enjoying the view.

— CJ

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