Curtain Bluff to undergo multi-million-dollar transformation

Curtain Bluff in Antigua is set to benefit from a major renovation, with plans to reveal its new enhancements in October when the property reopens for its 62nd season.

During its seasonal closure, enhancements will be made to the all-inclusive resort’s luxurious accommodation and wellness offering.

An enhanced retreat

Antigua’s celebrated Curtain Bluff resort is now undergoing an extensive renovation project, elevating the property’s appeal as a haven of relaxation and rejuvenation.

“We are thrilled to announce the extensive renovations taking place at Curtain Bluff, as we continue to elevate our guests’ experience to new heights of luxury and comfort,” said Rob Sherman, managing director at Curtain Bluff.

“From breath-taking new room designs to revitalised amenities and facilities, every aspect of the resort has been carefully crafted to create a haven of relaxation and rejuvenation. We can’t wait to welcome our loyal guests back this fall to experience the unparalleled beauty and serenity of Antigua in style.”

New wellness options

The resort’s two Hulford Collection Suites, Morris & Grace Bay Pool Suites, along with a selection of Junior Suites, are to undergo refurbishment for a more modern finish.

The property will also expand the wellness area to heighten its well-being offering. The new adults-only Wellness Area at Curtain Bluff will be double the size of the current space, with facilities including a newly built infinity pool and Jacuzzi. A standalone Yoga Pavilion will also be built within the resort’s Zen gardens.

Additional room enhancements, among other design improvements, will be made during the summer 2024 season.