Antigua’s Curtain Bluff resort announces ‘multi-million-dollar’ renovation

Popular Antigua resort Curtain Bluff has confirmed it will be investing in an “extensive, multi-million-dollar” property renovation this summer. 

The refurbishment will take place during the season’s closure period, with the property expected to reopen in time for its 62nd season on October 21, 2023. 

The hotel’s two Hulford Collection Suites, Morris & Grace Bay Pool Suites, and a selection of Junior Suites will undergo a complete refurbishment, revealing a "lighter and more modernised" design.

Curtain Bluff will also unveil a newly expanded, adult-only Wellness Area, elevating its current health and wellness offerings, which include tennis, pickleball and watersports facilities.

The state-of-the-art space is planned to be situated between the waterfront spa and gym facilities, which will be doubling in size. The area will feature a newly built infinity pool and jacuzzi strategically placed along the waterfront.

A standalone yoga pavilion will also be built among the Zen gardens facing the Caribbean Sea, hosting daily yoga classes.  

Additional room enhancements and other design improvements will be made during the summer 2024 season, with an additional $2million investment.

"We are thrilled to announce the extensive renovations taking place at Curtain Bluff, as we continue to elevate our guests' experience to new heights of luxury and comfort,” said Curtain Bluff managing director Rob Sherman.

“From breath-taking new room designs to revitalized amenities and facilities, every aspect of the resort has been carefully crafted to create a haven of relaxation and rejuvenation.

“We can't wait to welcome our loyal guests back this fall to experience the unparalleled beauty and serenity of Antigua in style." 

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