Christian Stan, at 25 Oct. 23, in Hotels, Where to go next

Antigua’s iconic gem reopens with a new wellness facility, adults-only space and light refurbishments property wide, further elevating this beloved Caribbean escape.

Reopening for its 62nd season, Curtain Bluff will be welcoming guests with a newly enhanced look this October, further solidifying the property as Antigua’s most iconic resort. The property went through an extensive, multi-million dollar renovation during the summer closure period and will be debuting a brand new adults-only Wellness Area, featuring state-of-the-art facilities, as well as select refurbished room and suite products inclusive of the hotel’s two Hulford Collection Suites, Morris & Grace Bay Pool Suites, and a selection of Junior Suites.

Continuing to establish the resort as a health and wellness destination in the Caribbean, Curtain Bluff’s new Wellness Area will cater to adult guests and feature updated fitness facilities doubled in size, along with a new standalone Yoga Pavilion built amongst the lush Zen gardens and tranquil Caribbean Sea. For those craving a refreshing dip, the newly built infinity pool and jacuzzi have been strategically placed along the waterfront to savor the 180-degrees ocean views. The new Wellness Area is also situated next to the award-winning waterfront Spa, where guests may escape to for a relaxing treatment, rounding out the wellness offerings that will now be available for guests to experience.

Weaving in a renovated look throughout the full resort, the property has enhanced the beach pool with new lightly-weaved chaise lounges, couches and additional umbrellas to feature a softer palate, inspired by the surrounding white sand beaches and endless blue skies.

As part of the reopening, Curtain Bluff will have no shortage of events for guests to experience throughout the season, including their famed annual tennis competitions. The resort is renowned for its tennis facilities, which features four impeccably maintained, floodlit championship hard courts, and has welcomed tennis pros to the likes of former Davis Cup player Dick Stockton, former Grand Slam champion Gene Mayer, and U.S. Open champion Tracy Austin in the past. Friendly, fun, and informative, Curtain Bluff’s resident pros can provide private lessons, challenging games and tennis tips, while just next to the courts, guests can enjoy a browse in the Pro Tennis shop. The Curtain Bluff Tennis Challenge, which will take place from Nov. 4-11, 2023, is designed for tennis players of all levels, providing athletes with the opportunity to sharpen their skills and play alongside local pros to gain new strategy and tactics, complete with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. The week also includes a range of other activities such as Yoga and Pilates classes, snorkelling trips to Cades Reef, aquatic class, hobie-cat sailing to Tobacco Beach, and more.

Lastly, the Curtain Bluff team is excited to announce the return of scuba diving experiences upon reopening this season. The excursion is available for guests who are certified divers at an introductory price of $125 per person, per dive, inclusive of taxes, and may be booked via the hotel’s water sports team when on property.

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