Set on a mile-long white-sand beach and lapped by crystal clear waters, Belmond Cap Juluca is an island escape brimming with Caribbean magic. The Moorish architecture blends with lush landscaped grounds that feature 60,000 flowering plants. The Moroccan inspiration continues in the interiors of guest rooms, all just steps from the beach.
Each room is a bright, inviting haven. A fresh interior design with bright Caribbean accents draws you in, while enchanting ocean views and direct beach access call you outside. In-room details include Frette linens, Bose stereos, iPod docking stations, Wi-Fi, and Molton Brown, Hermès or Bulgari bath products
Discover some of the best world-class dining options blend internationally inspired cuisine with vibrant island flavours, served in a spellbinding beachfront setting.
Restaurant Pimms: here you will find in exciting seafood-centric dishes and international plates enlivened with Anguillan flavours.
Spice restaurant: invites guests to enjoy relaxed, seaside dining with lovely views and a menu of Pan-Asian flavours blended with island flair. Using only the freshest ingredients and locally grown herbs and spices, the menu includes risotto croquettes, burgers, pasta, pizza, steak and the catch of the day.
Blue Restaurant: With its breathtaking panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and St. Martin beyond, Blue is perfectly named. Colourful patio brims with a laid-back island atmosphere—perfect for bright breakfasts, sun-splashed cocktails and light bites. Conch fritters, fresh salads and mahi mahi wraps are just some of the tempting options.
A Belmond Cap Juluca getaway blends relaxation, pampering, stunning natural surroundings and taking time out for personal rejuvenation. Spa experience adds an extra dimension to that, with a philosophy rooted in holistic tradition. Each treatment and ritual is customised to your needs and may be enjoyed privately in your room.
Limitless recreational options include tennis and water sports, a fitness center with yoga and Pilates classes, and a nearby Greg Norman designed golf course. Visitors may start or end a stay with a cruise aboard the resort’s 32-foot boat.