Our Trip to CuisinArt Resort & Spa

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For the second time in less than a month Travel Agent found its way back to Anguilla and, just like our last trip to Cap Juluca, we were blown away by our stay at CuisinArt Resort & Spa.

We arrived on Wednesday afternoon, welcomed to our One-Bedroom Suite, room #107  and were treated to a dinner on the beach (which can be arranged 24 hours in advance for clients). The property is basically yet another Anguilla resort that has lived up to the hype. Whereas Cap Juluca catered to older and younger couples, CuisinArt seemed way more appropriate for families and couples between 30-50 years old.

Our room was spectacular, coming with a master bedroom, which would cost about $3,000 a month to rent in our headquarters of Manhattan, plus a living area, enormous bathroom and wraparound balcony. Book this room because it is A: awesome and B: the highest of all villa #1 rooms, so the view of the sea is elevated and just stunning.

We also took part in a cooking class, wine tasting, a boat ride of other islands, a massage treatment in the property’s newly renovated Venus Spa as well as some tours of some really cool local bars. We’ll be sure to tell you about our entire CuisinArt adventure when we return. Look for some more blogs on the property on www.travelagentcentral.com next week.

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