Cap Juluca offers 179 oceanfront acres of tropical romance, beginning with a 60-foot-diameter white-canvas dome fronting the main building and lighted at night to resemble a rising full moon. From December 20 through March?with the exception of Christmas and Easter holidays?the resort does not accept children under age 6. The remainder of the year children age 2 or older are acceptable. (This policy does not apply to guests of three- or five-bedroom villas, who may bring children of any age at any time.)
Amenity highlights: Composed of sand as fine as sugar and nearly as white, a half-mile beach shaped like an elongated C provides plenty of room for tranquil sunbathing on lounge chairs (or snoozing in the shade of white umbrellas). The beach rims Maundays Bay, a turquoise extension of the blue Caribbean lying between the resort and the mountainous island of St. Maarten/St. Martin 8 miles south. Picnic coolers filled with complimentary bottled water line the beach. Attendants deliver drinks and sorbet is served afternoons. As a freshwater alternative, the resort offers a large swimming pool surrounded by a terra-cotta-tile deck and decorated by a mosaic tile.
Food and Beverages During the day guests gather at George's, located at the center of the beach overlooking Maundays Bay. Your favorite beach beverages, snacks and meals are available there. For those who cannot bear to leave the beach, display your umbrella's service flag and an attendant appears to fulfill your request. George's is open for dinner as well as lunch, featuring a selection of exotic and imaginative Spanish Mediterranean cuisine by award-winning chef George Reid. Pimms, featuring Eurasian/Caribe cuisine, is open for dinner. It is set on a coral outcrop only six feet from the bay looking westward across the perfect half moon of azure blue waters to the lighted Moorish domes, turrets and parapets of the resort.
About Anguilla A British crown territory, the island is 16 miles long and three miles wide. The Anguillians are renowned for their gentle friendliness and industrious attributes, which have allowed the island to host three of the top 15 international resorts. Restaurants are many and varied, and the cuisine rivals that of nearby islands. Its beaches are extolled as some of the best in the world.
Getting There American Eagle connects Anguilla directly with San Juan, from which direct flights service almost every major city in the U.S. Just seven miles away, St. Maarten's Julianna International Airport is serviced by direct flights from New York, Chicago, Miami, Raleigh/Durham, Paris, and Frankfurt. Ferry boats frequently make the 15-minute run between Anguilla and St. Maarten's French port of Marigot. Scheduled or charter flights are available for those who prefer the eight-minute flight from St. Maarten to Anguilla. Charter boat service, including airport pick-up, is another alternative for those who reserve in advance. A scheduled ferry leaves Juliana Airport in St. Maarten during lunchtime (1:00-3:00).
Setting Situated on the southwest coast of Anguilla and overlooking the mountains of St. Maarten only six miles away, Cap Juluca occupies 179 acres of land and inland waters. The resort has become to the discerning vacationer what the Cipriani is to Venice by offering the privacy and exclusivity that our miles of beach allow. While situated only 15 minutes by boat from the myriad shops, restaurants, gambling, and international flavors of Dutch and French St. Maarten, Cap Juluca remains the essence of tranquility.
2006 Awards - Worldwide
Travel + Leisure, Jan 2007 issue, Worlds Best Hotels T+L 500, 3rd best in The Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas
CAP JULUCA #1 CARIBBEAN RESORT IN ANDREW HARPER'S "HIDEAWAY REPORT" SURVEY - Anguilla Hotel Places First in This Category Fifth Year Running
Travel + Leisure, Jan 2006 issue, Worlds Best Hotels T+L 500, 3rd best in The Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas
Cap Juluca was listed in the Conde Nast Traveler January 2006 issue as one of the Worlds Best Places to Stay
2005 Awards - Worldwide
Cap Juluca was chosen in Cigar Aficionado as the editors pick December 2005
CAP JULUCA #2 ON ANDREW HARPER'S "HIDEAWAY REPORT" SURVEY
"Top 20 International Resorts" List Places Hotel #1 in Caribbean Four Years Running
In Conde Nast Traveler 2005 Reader Choice Awards, Cap Juluca was the 4th best resort in the Caribbean.
Cap Juluca was ranked in the top 3 2005 WORLD?S BEST HOTELS in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas by Travel + Leisure, august 2005
Celebrated Living, Summer 2005 (The luxury Magazine for American Airlines Premium Class Passengers)- Editors? Hotel Pick for Caribbean
In Travel + Leisure June 2005, Readers Poll, World?s Best Service- Cap Juluca was second overall in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas with a 92.73 rating.
Readers? Choice 2005 ?Best of the Caribbean?, Caribbean Travel & Life, May 2005
In the May 2005 issue of Caribbean Life & Travel, Readers? Choice 2005 , Best of the Caribbean Awards, Cap Juluca was listed among the top in the following categories:
- Resort Hotel
- Romantic Resort
- Resort for a wedding
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