By the Caribbean Journal staff
One of Anguilla’s signature hotel has relaunched, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa, which had been closed since sustaining significant damage during Hurricane Irma, reopened its doors this week.
The property has added completely redesigned interiors, “fully restored architecture” and a new, 5,000-square-foot event space, among other changes.
Other changes include a reimagined lobby bar called KazBar; a new all-day eatery called Mosaic; a relocated Santorini restaurant and an upgrade that added Roche Bobois interiors to penthouses and villas.
The property’s Greg Norman-designed golf course has also been fully restored, while the signature infinity pool has added teak loungers and private cabanas by SMANIA.
CuisinArt’s sister resort, The Reef by CuisinArt, has been open for several months.
In a statement, the hotel called it the “next chapter for the legacy property.”