CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The most amazing resort we have ever stayed at. My husband and I stayed here for two night for a short anniversary trip, we have little ones so we could not stay longer. But for tired parents, this was perfect. It was relaxing and upbeat. The people are super friendly, food is delicious and drinks are perfect. We had a suite on the second floor facing the beach. I was also able to experience their spa packages and it was the best spa experience I have had yet. I had the island sampler with a massage, scrub and facial. The shower is outside and that was super cool. We will definitely be going here again once they are recovered from the 2017 hurricanes.
We stayed in 2 beach front villas #’s 404 and 405 in August 6-7th 2017. Clardea along with the rest of the staff were excellent and very accommodating. My only regret was our stay was too short. Loved everything about this place.
Stayed here with my family; wife and two teenagers. Had a great time at the hotel. Had an ocean view room and the ocean is amazing!! Would go back to this anytime. Room is spacious had a big queen bed, pull out sofa, and a rollaway and still had lots of room. Huge bathroom and had a nice outside sitting area.Food was wonderful.
We came here at the recommendation of some friends and are soooo happy we did. The rooms are quaint and clean and happy feeling. The staff was always incredibly helpful and kind. The water and beach is amazingly amazing - turquoise water, soft, silky white sand. Good was always fantastic - they have hydroponic gardens on site, so their vegetables are fresh and perfect. Clean rooms. Highly recommend!!!!
We just returned from a wonderful week in Anguilla thanks to the beaches, the sunshine, the Anguillans and The CuisinArt Resort! Manager Stephane Zaharia and his staff were friendly, informative and welcoming. We loved the Greek isle style accommodations; the spacious rooms had a lovely ocean view with modern bathrooms and multiple amenities. Early morning breakfast at the resort was a great way to start off the day. The wait staff was accommodating- each day they remembered that my son drank hot chocolate and also remembered that our family of 6 used 3 different milks and creams in our coffees. The resort restaurants were all noteworthy and our dining experience at the CuisinArtwas excellent. The ladies took advantage of the spa and the men enjoyed some time on the golf range. The resort beach is lovely – perfect for reading a novel, taking a nap, water sports and snorkeling! Manager Stephane and the Chef Jasper Schneider were always present, frequently checking in with our family to make sure all our vacation needs were met and taking time out of their busy schedules to simply chat. We are surely looking forward to returning to the CuisinArt!
My family vacationed at the Cuisinart from August 9-14, 2017, and we could not have enjoyed it more. We did a tremendous amount of research on the resorts and various villas Anguilla offers, and because this was our first trip to Anguilla and we were taking our children (ages 9 and 3), we opted for a resort. We just felt more comfortable having restaurants onsite, more pool options, and service available with children. We also rented a car and explored the island (found the Arch!), but again, we wanted the resort accommodations as a backup. After deciding on a resort, we focused primarily on four of them, and we kept coming to the conclusion that the Cuisinart was the best fit for us. Admittedly, I was a little skeptical because the Cuisinart does not seem to gets it due in on-line reviews. The reviews we saw were all great, but we just did not find as many reviews on the Cuisinart as we did on other resorts. While on the island, we visited all of the other resorts and some villas we considered, and we could not have been more pleased with choosing the Cuisinart. We had a deluxe oceanfront suite, and it was perfect for our needs with plenty of room. We had a great balcony on the third floor with spectacular views of Rendezvous Bay. Beach access was simple, quick, and easy, and the service could not have been better. The beach offers wonderful sailboats, paddle boards, glass bottom kayaks, and regular kayaks, and with August heat, the light breeze at Rendezvous Bay was perfect. We enjoyed visiting Meads Bay and Shoal Bay East, but we found those beaches to be stifling without a breeze. Also, Rendezvous Bay does not have a steep slope to the water and was very calm, even with the breeze. The dining options and service at the Cuisinart are wonderful as well. Jackie, Joyce, Jose, and Samaro at Café-Mediterraneo we great and were so, so friendly to our children. Catherine at the Venus Spa was awesome as well, and she has great directions to the Arch. In sum, if you want incredible views with easy beach and pool access with plenty to do and top notch service, go to the Cuisinart. Additionally, if you are bringing children, it is our opinion that the Cuisinart is the best option Anguilla offers.
This is a two part review, one part for our stay at the Cuisinart and the second for our wedding, which we had there as well. My partner and I knew we wanted to get married on Anguilla, and decided on the Cuisinart after reviewing the many options on the island. We purchased the Bougainvillea Package, and could not have been more pleased. The event coordinator, Antoinette Brooks, was helpful and informative. The package came with some excellent details, such as a spa package (divine) and beautiful flowers for both my partner and I. The five-course dinner on the beach was lovely, albeit huge, and our server was friendly and fun. One slightly odd thing is our cake wasn't exactly the combination we had requested, but it was delicious nonetheless. If this review were for the wedding alone, it'd be an easy 5 stars! Our stay, on the other hand, was lackluster given the price we paid. We only stayed a few nights, as we have a home on the island, but wanted a few days of room service and pampering to go with our wedding. The beach was lovely, the restaurants are good, but overall it wasn't worth the 1800 we paid for just two nights. Our room service order was lost the second morning, and rather than offering to remedy that we were told to simply go eat downstairs (not the end of the world, but also we wanted a more intimate breakfast) and there were a few other mild disappointments as well; the beach grill wasn't BBQing while my partner went for ribs, we requested a box to take our cake home and it took nearly an hour to find us, etc. The room itself was lovely, the staff friendly, but it was not the experience I would expect for the price we paid. Overall, it was a beautiful and wonderful wedding, and a satisfactory stay. Next time, we'll make our own breakfast and save two grand rather than lodging at the hotel.
What else can I say about this property and staff. My wife and kids just got back from a late summer getaway and they were so happy with the rooms. They were spacious and clean. The food. 5 star flavors and selection . But the ace in the whole is the general manager and the way he runs the staff to make sure all our wants and needs were met. Ritz patrons will know what im alluding too. First class place we will return real soon. Love it
I visited the CuisinArt Spa during my trip to Anguilla. I had a good massage therapist "Patricia". Patricia offered tips on how to work through some of my calf muscle cramps and she had magic hands. Patricia suggested that after I spent time in the relaxation room, I should check out the beach and that was a great tip! The beach was pure white, low traffic and the staff at the beach bar were cool and friendly. Only side note: Be prepared for spa staff to try and sell add-ons to your service. If I visit the island again - I would return to this spa.
Enjoyed a really lovely stay at this hotel. One of the nicest beaches on the island. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. Slightly odd Greek themed decor but if you can get over that then there is not that much to complain about. Staff super friendly - breakfast buffet was a little lacking but dinner at Tokyo Bay was really superb. With a bit of a refurb revamp and a few improvements at breakfast it will definately get 5 stars from me.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a 5-minute walk of Rendezvous Bay Beach, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa is within a few miles (5 km) of Cove Bay. This 98-room, 4.5-star resort has a golf course, a full-service spa, and 5 restaurants. It's on the beach and also close to Maundays Bay and Meads Bay.
Free continental breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. There are ample dining options with 5 onsite restaurants, including Le Bistro at Santorini, which specializes in international cuisine and serves dinner, and Cafe Mediterraneo with its ocean views. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
All 98 soundproofed rooms feature 2 bathrooms and patios. LCD TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Sofa beds, minibars, and coffee makers are other standard amenities.
Guests of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa have access to a golf course, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. You can take advantage of free valet parking, along with a ferry terminal shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and concierge services. Other amenities at this beach resort include a health club, a spa tub, and a steam room.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
90.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 871 reviews