CuisinArt targets November refresh and reopening

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Rendering of the entry at Anguilla’s CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, which plans to reopens Nov. 1.
Rendering of the entry at Anguilla’s CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, which plans to reopens Nov. 1.

CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla will reopen Nov. 1 with new interiors, expanded golf and spa programs and new dining venues.

The resort, which has been closed since last September following Hurricane Irma, will offer 91 suites and seven villas with whitewashed flooring, handmade headboards, floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in cabinetry.

The resort's Hydroponic Farm, the first on Anguilla, will be the focal point of the culinary effort designed around island-sourced ingredients.

Food and beverage venues include the KazBar in the lobby, the Beach Bar, the outdoor all-day Mosaic (the former Cafe Mediterraneo) and Santorini restaurant in the Clubhouse. The Tokyo Bay restaurant reopened in June; the Chef's Table cooking classes will return late this year.

The 18-hole Golf Club, which underwent bunker renovations, has new golf carts and enhanced grass.

The Farm to Spa program will offer new treatments and workshops to create custom scrubs and salts for guests to take home. New monthly wellness workshops will feature fitness, education and treatment programs plus an array of classes.

Opening rates start at $550 per room, per night, double.

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