Changes at CuisinArt

CuisinArt Resort & Spa unveils renovated spa and offers $500 resort credit


By: By Skye Mayring

Last month, CuisinArt Resort & Spa reopened its Venus Spa & Fitness Center after a $10 million expansion. The new, 27,000-square-foot spa is now the second largest in the region.

“Featuring Greek-style architecture and breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, the new Venus Spa was designed to capture the natural beauty and essence of Anguilla,” said Kathy Eggleston, spa director. “Whether you want to improve your body, relax your mind or simply indulge in pampering pleasures, our news spa facility provides the ultimate rejuvenation experience for those who demand the very best.”

Perhaps Venus Spa’s most notable addition is the Healing Waters Pool, an aqua therapy pool featuring nutrient and mineral enriched salt water. The enriched water is distilled on site in the property’s salt water wells and helps to create an experience akin to Thalasso therapy. The pool also incorporates built-in lounges and hydrotherapy jets, and water treatments such as Aqua Reflexology and Agua Massage are the spa’s signature offerings.

Other additions to the spa include a VIP suite, two couples’ suites, two hammams, 16 new treatment rooms and a Men’s Club Room. The Men’s Club Room, a private setting for male spa-goers, was designed to cater to men who might not necessarily want to visit the salon to get a salon services, such as a pedicure or Gentleman’s Facial.

And through March 13, the resort is offering a Five for Five promotion, which gives guests a $500 resort credit for booking five nights or more.

“The resort credit offer was created to provide guests with the value that they’re seeking, as well as to encourage them to take full advantage of the amenities offered at CuisinArt Resort & Spa,” said David Lyon, sales and marketing director for the resort.