Wednesday, July 01, 2009
Situated on the private enclave of Maundays Bay Beach, Cap Juluca will welcome guests this September and October for the first time ever, after completing the first phase in its $80 million enhancement program. In celebration of its year-round opening Cap Juluca is offering BRING A FRIEND and LINGER LONGER packages available Sept. 1- Oct. 31, 2009 with rates starting at $425*/night. BRING A FRIEND includes a five-night complimentary stay in a second room with a purchased five-night stay and LINGER LONGER offers up to five complimentary nights when booking a minimum five-night stay.
Guests also enjoy other complimentary amenities including continental breakfast served daily on their private terrace, waters sports, yoga, Pilates and tai chi poolside as well as afternoon tea. Known as a serene escape providing anonymity for the affluent, significant enhancements have been made to the 179-acre retreat known for its 18 iconic whitewashed Moorish villas, replete with turrets, domes and parapets.
"Cap Juluca must be commended for its decision to open during the months of September and October," stated Minister of Tourism the Honorable Victor Banks. "For a long time our destination has been closed during those months and as a consequence it has limited the vacation time choices for persons desirous of coming to Anguilla."
During season, the resort's guest list reads like a who's who of the social registry, but with a staff to guest room ratio of four to one, the intuitive service is unparalleled. Its ambiance is intentionally romantic, with surreal vistas during the day, and after a breathtaking sunset, dramatic nightscapes of the twinkling lights of St. Maarten and miles of shimmering water shattering the moon's reflection into a thousand pieces. With a ban on cruise ships, casinos and high-rise buildings, guests escape to the sun kissed sanctuary of Maundays Bay, offering anonymity for the affluent.