Antigua’s Curtain Bluff Unveils $13 Million Renovation

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Antigua’s iconic Curtain Bluff all-inclusive resort has reopened following a $13 million transformation project.

The project included a complete overhaul of the resort entrance, dining spaces, bar, lounge and reception area.

International Design Concepts and architect Andrew Goodenough were behind the project, adding a “fresh contemporary look” for the resort with hues of blue turquoise and melon.

The new library area.

Curtain Bluff also upgraded its room s and suites. while the beach received new chaise lounges and sand chairs, along with the addition of a “beach concierge” for guests on the sand.

“Our renovation underscores Curtain Bluff’s commitment to providing a signature luxury experience paired with the utmost level of service that keeps our guests coming back year after year,” said Rob Sherman, Managing Director of Curtain Bluff. “We are thrilled to unveil the changes though we promise our guests that one element that will never change is the family welcome they feel the moment they step foot on property. The resort may have a new updated, elegant look but its charm will always remain the same.”

Curtain Bluff also recently unveiled upgrades to its four signature Hulford Collection suites, each of which now boasts private infinity-edge plunge pools.