What’s New at Curtain Bluff in Antigua
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Antigua’s Curtain Bluff has unveiled a series of upgrades this year following a large-scale $13 million renovation project in 2017.
The all-inclusive luxury resort has completed cosmetic upgrades to all of its one-bedroom Bluff Suites, including new stone tiling, new furnishings and new soft goods, with a focus on seafoam blues and greens meant to “evoke the surrounding Antiguan waters.”
Curtain Bluff has also redesigned its beachfront Seagrape eatery, with an expanded kitchen and a new dinner menu from Chef Rodrick Beazer featuring a blend of Antiguan and Italian fare.
The resort’s new Beach Concierge service now applies to both beaches at the property, including Bay Beach and, now, Surf Beach on the other side of the bluff.
That includes everything from drinks and towel service to hammocks and lounge chairs.