CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa Re-Opens Under New Name; Discounted Golf Rates Available

CuisinArt Resort & Spa in Anguilla has officially reopened under its new name, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, after acquiring an 18-hole Greg Norman signature designed championship golf course.

The $50 million championship CuisinArt Golf Club is situated on a four-mile stretch of Anguillan beach next to CuisinArt Resort. The 7,063-yard course offers wide sand pits, dramatic shifts in elevation, and sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring islands of St. Maarten and Saba.

The course is also home to a 33,500-square-foot clubhouse, which offers morning breakfast as well as a full bar and light grill menu during afternoon hours.

In celebration of the acquisition, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa is offering guests a special introductory golf rate of $150 per round through December 16. The offer applies to new reservations only. Tee-times must be confirmed prior to check-in.

Additionally, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa will offer a special five-night “Tee Up & Revive” package, which includes rounds of golf, spa treatments, dining experiences at the resort’s signature restaurants, and more. Rates for the “Tee Up & Revive” package begin at $3,130 based on double occupancy.

The “Tee Up & Revive” package applies to new bookings only and cannot be used with any other promotions. Blackout dates apply and promotion is subject to change.

Visit www.cuisinartresort.com
 

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