One of the most storied resorts in the Caribbean is making its return.
Curtain Bluff, the storied all-inclusive resort, is set to welcome back guests on Oct. 23, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The resort had closed for the season at the end of May for a series of renovation projects.
The luxury all-inclusive, which was founded by the Hulford family in the early 1950s, has a total of 72 rooms and suites straddled by a pair of beaches on the scening southern coast of Antigua.
It’s also arguably the leading tennis resort in the wider Caribbean region, with four lit, championship hard courts, a pro shop and a regular circuit of global tennis events.
Long a celebrity favorite, Curtain Bluff’s reopening is a major boost for the twin-island destination.
Antigua and Barbuda recently updated its travel requirements; now only vaccinated travelers are permitted to enter (along with accompanying minors). You can find more on the country’s new travel rules here.
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