Cap Juluca Re-Opens

cap juluca in anguillaCap Juluca has announced it reopened its luxurious Caribbean island resort on November 1.

New enhancements this season include: new menus and a refreshed Pimms, the resort’s signature restaurant; more live entertainmen and a new luxury cruiser, Juluca Pride, available for private charters from Anguilla to St. Maarten and St. Barths.

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For the holidays, special daily activities have been planned when taking a break from total relaxation on the incomparable, pristine white Maundays beach. 

Choices include beach fitness; special children’s activities; afternoon teas at Maundays; nightly entertainment by Boss and the Horsepower Band at Spice Lounge; culinary demonstrations and fabulous dining at world-class Pimms; a Christmas brunch buffet with live music performed by Dumpa Caribbean Street Band and more.

RELATED: Luxury Hotel Cap Juluca to Be Sold

Located along the intimate crescent of Maundays Bay on the exclusive British West Indies island of Anguilla, Cap Juluca is a recently re-envisioned luxury 179-acre, world-class resort known for its white pristine beaches, gentle tropical winds and sparkling turquoise waters. 

It features 69 newly refurbished handsomely appointed beachfront guestrooms, suites and villas; a wide array of water sports activities including a 1,800 square-foot fresh water pool; four dining and drinking venues including Pimms featuring high-end French- and Caribbean-inspired fare; two tennis courts and a Tennis Centre; access to a nearby championship golf course designed by Greg Norman; a professional Wedding Team; a fitness centre and the Main House, which is the social hub of the property. 


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