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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterBelmond has revealed plans for its new island-chic hideaway, Belmond Cap Juluca, and is now taking first reservations.Belmond Cap Juluca is the first property to be fully reimagined under the brand’s ambitious growth strategy and is scheduled to welcome guests from 17 November 2018. Through timeless and sophisticated art direction, the resort will be restored to its legendary status and support Belmond’s brand position for offering authentic escapes that connect guests with nature and local culture.For sanctuary seekersLocated in the British West Indies on the shores of Anguilla – Belmond Cap Juluca offers a sanctuary for total escapism. Beautifully appointed accommodations extend across the secluded cove of Maundays Bay and open onto pristine white sands just steps from the Caribbean Sea.A new era of beach-chic glamour and laid back luxury is introduced to the resort with a sea view infinity-edge pool and rustic beach bar The Cap Shack and elegant restaurants. Colourful botanicals and indigenous plants spill in from the tropical surrounds and blend with new designs that embrace old world travel and new world comforts; embracing its access to one of the best beaches in the Caribbean.Perched on the property’s private headland, nestled in manicured gardens and offering panoramic views of crystal blue waters is the new Spa and Fitness Centre. A ‘disappearing spa’, designed to blend into the landscape – it is the only spa of its kind on the island to offer intimate access to nature away from resort life. A place to exercise, relax and unwind, the spa will boast a yoga pavilion, gym and seven all-suite treatment villas – with private terraces and seating by the sea.Healing watersOffering new levels of waterfront luxury is the show-stopping CAP’s Cool Pool and new outdoor terrace featuring an infinity-edge pool, shaded botanical courtyard and spacious tree-lined sunbathing decks. Guests will for the first time in the property’s history have the best of both worlds – a chance to dine and socialise by the pool whilst taking in the mesmerising beach views.The naturally healing powers of the sea are complemented by locally harvested Anguillan salt that features in bathroom amenities and signature spa treatments.Wining and diningBelmond Cap Juluca will be at the heart of the diverse gastronomy scene on the island – championing locally sourced seafood, freshly prepared healthy Caribbean and Anguillan cuisine and world-class international flavours.The reinvigorated Pimms restaurant is an invitation to dine on authentic Caribbean classics and Anguillan delicacies in relaxed surroundings. A taste of the world of Belmond, through dishes inspired by the world-famous CIP’s Club in Venice can be enjoyed at the casual all day dining restaurant, CIPs by Cipriani. Freshly squeezed fruit juices, smoothies and light bites are on offer at the fashionable new Maundays Lounge and Pool Terrace and by night, service turns to sophisticated ceviche and tapas as the rum cocktails flow.The epitome of barefoot luxury is the resort’s rustic beach bar and playful seat in the sand – The Cap Shack – located on a remote stretch of Maundays Bay and open to island dwellers and seafarers alike. Creatively mixed rum punches, catch of the day and barbecue beach tapas are served from a food truck to sun-kissed revellers as the sound of live calypso and reggae fills the night skies.Rooms and suitesSpread across Belmond Cap Juluca’s secluded crescent-shaped cove and located just steps from the white sandy shores, are 113 newly appointed guest rooms and suites – all with large private verandas or balconies. The interiors honour laidback island life with space to read, dine and dream away the hours in comfort. Many of the accommodations boast large bathrooms that overlook walled botanical courtyards, complete with private seating area. The three- and five-bedroom private villas offer more space for families and groups of friends to embrace island living and feature high-spec kitchens, large dining areas and private pools. Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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