Anguilla’s Newest Luxury Resort Opens

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THE VALLEY, Anguilla, Friday November 18, 2016 – The Reef by CuisinArt, a contemporary beachside Caribbean hotel, has officially opened in Anguilla.

A sister property to CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, The Reef features 80 state-of-the-art accommodations, a dramatic lobby entry and bar with sweeping ocean views, fitness centre, boutique, two restaurants, and a spectacular pool.

“We are delighted to celebrate the launch of The Reef and welcome guests to Anguilla’s newest luxury and experiential beachfront destination,” said Stephane Zaharia, Vice President & General Manager of The Reef.

“With its sister property, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, we were able to tap into over a decade of hospitality expertise and seamlessly provide guests with the best that both properties have to offer.”

A member of Small Luxury Hotels of The World, The Reef features 25 Golfview Junior Suites and 25 Seaview Junior Suites in the main building; and four additional beachfront buildings that house 30 accommodations ranging from Beachfront Junior Suites to Corner Beachfront Junior Suites, Superior Beachfront Junior Suites and Deluxe Beachfront Junior Suites.

the-reef-roomThe Reef also offers a gastronomic journey, using a farm-to-table approach that includes locally-sourced fish such as snapper, grouper and lobster, and fresh produce from CuisinArt’s on-site Hydroponic Farm, in addition to some of the most coveted global ingredients handpicked by Executive Chef Jasper Schneider.

At the core of The Reef’s on-property programming is a focus on wellness, encompassing everything from cutting-edge spa treatments and a bevy of nutrient-dense juices fresh from the Hydroponic Farm, to diverse fitness classes including yoga with meditation and aqua-cycling class.

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At CuisinArt’s award-winning, 27,000 square foot Venus Spa, guests can enjoy additional treatments as well as a unique Farm-to-Spa Blend Baractivity to make their own body scrubs and bath salts using dried herbs such as lavender and rosemary straight from the Hydroponic Garden.

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