Cap JulucaPO Box 240 , Anguilla
Spacious Moorish villas, five-star restaurants, exotic landscaped tropical gardens, and friendly and abundant service professionals provide an unparalleled level of luxury.
Insulated from the outside world, yet only minutes by air or motor launch from St. Maarten, Cap Juluca is a private self-contained enclave along two miles of the best pristine white-sand beaches in the Caribbean.
Our luxury villas and rooms are designed with cool white tile floors, ceiling fans, louvered doors and windows maximize continuous sea breezes. All accommodations are beachfront with breakfast served on private covered terraces.
Cap Juluca offers the finest facilities for watersport including kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing, scuba diving, water skiing and sailing.
Tennis players enjoy the omni-turf surfaced tennis courts and the assistance of a full-time resident pro.
Golf Aqua driving range, putting green and bunker, fitness center, croquet lawn, library, children’s program, and more keep our guests entertained when they’re not basking on the beach.
With the magical backdrop of Maundays Bay, Cap Juluca’s two award-winning beachfront restaurants, Pimms and George’s, offer two of the best dining experiences in the Caribbean. These enchanting open-air restaurants feature sumptuous and inventive fare by our award-winning chefs along with impeccable service.
Sophistication, romance and simplicity has made us the brilliant choice for your special honeymoon. Coupled with a natural opulence, Cap Juluca has garnered respect worldwide, winning multiple awards annually. In 2003, Cap Juluca’s awards consisted of Best Caribbean Resort Hideaway Report Readers Survey, #1 Hotel In The Caribbean & World’s Best Awards – Travel & Leisure, #1 Resort In The Caribbean & Top 20 Resorts/Hotels in The World – Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards, Best Small Hotel In The Caribbean – Caribbean Travel And Life, 500 Top Hotels In The World – Travel And Leisure, & 2003 Traveler Gold List – Conde Nast.
Get Married at the Number One rated Hotel for 2003 in the Caribbean according to Conde Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Caribbean Travel and Life and Andrew Harper’s Hideaway.