Curtain Bluff, Antigua, Announces Upgrades for the 2016-2017 Season

cliff suite at curtain bluff

Antigua’s luxury, all-inclusive landmark and resort, Curtain Bluff, has just announced new renovations for the 2016-2017 season. The resort, located on 20 acres on the south coast of Antigua, is almost completely surrounded by beaches. Part of the refresh includes upgrading and re-introducing the resort's signature Hulford Suites, as well as the debut of new on-property services.

The property houses four signature “Hulford Collection” suites, named after the resort's owners and founders. Each suite will come equipped with a private, infinity-edge plunge pool on a terrace overlooking the sea. In addition, The Terrace Suite will undergo a complete makeover, with new furnishings, soft goods and luxury spa bathrooms. Also included in the Hulford Collection are the Grace and Morris Bay Suites and Cliff Suite.

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New for the upcoming season includes the launch of Curtain Bluff’s Beach Concierge service, available to guests using the resort's beaches to get them whatever they may need. This includes setting up activities and water sports, placing drink orders, sourcing the ideal beach chair or hammock for the day and more.

Curtain Bluff will welcome guests for the 2016/2017 season beginning October 22, 2016.

For Curtain Bluff reservations and information, call 1-888-289-9898 or visit Curtain Bluff online at www.curtainbluff.com

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