Perched atop a promontory jutting out into the glittering waves of the Caribbean, the award-winning Curtain Bluff resort is the ideal destination for a Caribbean honeymoon of laidback luxury, adventure and blissful relaxation. Spend your days swimming, surfing and sunbathing or perhaps taking a few tennis lessons from a resident professional, and savour delicious evenings of fine dining and live entertainment. Curtain Bluff is world-renowned for its warm, intimate atmosphere and general aura of understated elegance and is sure to provide you with many cherished memories of your Antigua honeymoon. And best of all – the lavish accommodation at this 5 star resort is all-inclusive, ensuring excellent value for money.
Honeymoon resort information
One Bedroom Bluff SuiteHoneymooners may want to select one of the One Bedroom Bluff Suites, which offer plenty of privacy and a tantalizing air of seclusion. These tastefully decorated split-level suites feature furnishings of sea-grass and natural wood, splashed with colour, and include a sunny garden patio complete with hammock, the perfect place to relax and drink in the spectacular views. There is also a spacious dining terrace and breakfast nook on the upper level.
Terrace RoomsAlternatively honeymooners may prefer one of the Terrace Rooms, a popular choice for couples as they occupy a prime location at the top of the bluff and provide truly breath-taking views of the bay, the beach and the Caribbean. With their elegant furnishings and gleaming white walls, these rooms are peaceful havens of sophistication and comfort; they also boast spacious terraces complete with elevated Jacuzzi.
Grace & Morris Bay suitesSplash out for your honeymoon by opting for the Grace & Morris Bay Suites, offering generous sized accommodation with unrivalled luxury and amenities. Elegant interiors include blue marble bathrooms, colonial furniture, rich colour fabrics and tropical palms. These elegant suite compromises of a bedroom adjoining the living room that leads out onto the terrace with sun chairs and a Jacuzzi.
At Curtain Bluff you also have access to not just one but two stunning beaches – the tranquil Surf Beach and the livelier Bay Beach, where you can take advantage of the impressive range of water sports available. These include kayaking, riding the Super Mable inflatable raft, water skiing and twice-daily snorkelling trips.
The resort also boasts a swimming pool, a basketball half-court and an impressive Tennis Centre with 4 championship hard courts. Fun-filled activities and classes and excursions are on offer too, ranging from aqua aerobics and Pilates to Caribbean cooking classes and tours of the hotel gardens.
The Tamarind Tree is the hotel’s main restaurant, designed in the traditional plantation style and opening out onto a charming terrace shaded by the spreading boughs of the tamarind tree for which it is named. The restaurant serves up delicious breakfasts and dinners guaranteed to please your palate – start the day with freshly baked pastries, banana pancakes and Eggs Benedict, or perhaps an exotic local favourite and return at the end of the day for a lavish 5-course menu, live entertainment and dancing by moonlight.
The other restaurant at Curtain Bluff is The Sea Grape, situated at the end of Bay Beach just a stone’s throw from the waves. This delightful eatery serves resplendent buffet lunches – and an unmissable weekly beach-barbecue lunch with live steel band music – but can also convert to a romantic dinner venue, complete with flickering tiki torches and mouth-watering Antiguan/Italian-inspired dishes.
Honeymooners may also want to opt for the resort’s ‘Romantic Dinner’ option, which allows you to dine at a private table on the beach, feasting on a delicious 5-course menu served by an attentive waiter eager to refill your Champagne flutes while you enjoy the cool sea breeze in your hair and the soft glow of torch and starlight.