This luxury, fully inclusive landmark resort in Antigua is about to unveil an extensive refresh and transformation. Following a 6-month closure the second and final phase of its $13 million renovation is complete.
The most significant refurbishment ever of this landmark resort encompasses a complete overhaul of the entrance, dining spaces, bar, lounge and reception. Architect Andrew Goodenough has designed a fresh contemporary look featuring hues of turquoise and melon to reflect the ocean colours. Intimately familiar with Curtain Bluff his team has taken great care to preserve some iconic features, including the tamarind tree that the hotel was built around.
The property’s signature Tamarind Restaurant offers a completely redefined dining experience, and the refreshed event space provides a gorgeous setting for weddings, private dinners and cocktail parties.
In addition, Curtain Bluff’s rooms and suites have bright new fabrics, furnishings and furniture and the beach experience has been upgraded too with beautiful new chaise lounges and sand chairs providing a more sleek look.
Guests are pampered by the Beach Concierge service to cater to their every sand-perched need. “Our renovation underscores our commitment to providing a personal luxury experience that keeps our guests coming back,” said Rob Sherman, Managing Director “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.”