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WHAT THE MEDIA IS SAYING

 

CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER (U.S. edition)
Ranked among the “Top Resorts in the Caribbean” in Readers Choice Awards

 

TRAVEL + LEISURE (U.S.)
Ranked among the “Top Caribbean Resorts and Hotels” in World’s Best Awards

 

USA TODAY (U.S.)
Ranked among the “Best Resorts in Antigua”

 

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT
Ranked among the “Best Resorts in Antigua”

 

FODOR’S TRAVEL
Ranked among the best 11 all-inclusive-properties worldwide

 

RECENT MEDIA QUOTES

WALL STREET JOURNAL
“For low-key luxury, stay at the beachfront, all-inclusive Curtain Bluff, a half-hour away, on the southwest coast. After checking in, enjoy afternoon tea with sea views on the veranda, or, if you crave something stronger, a punch made with smooth, local Cavalier rum.”

 

CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
“The resort does everything right – authentic culture, great food and iconic family-friendly hotels… [Curtain Bluff] nailed our elusive trifecta better than any other Caribbean islands we’ve visited.”

 

USA TODAY
“Occupying a superb location on the seaside bluff that gave the resort its name, Curtain Bluff epitomizes casual elegance, exemplified by afternoon tea being served on the terrace of the stone Sugar Mill.”

 

TENNIS MAGAZINE
“A destination for a tennis vacation with one of the best reputations in the Caribbean, Curtain Bluff has four championship hard courts, three resident pros, swaying palm trees as court dividers and a golden strip of beach just steps away. The resort’s commitment to the game comes to the fore during their regular annual camps—the Tennis Challenge, Fantasy Tennis Camp and Antigua.”

 

AFAR MEDIA
“Curtain Bluff is Antigua’s oldest luxury resort, and one of the island’s finest. It is the kind of place guests return to through the generations, with the same expectation of timelessness they’ve experienced for as long as they can remember.”

 

TEMPUS MAGAZINE
“Each and every staff member has the uncanny ability to remember not only your name, but details like your child’s favorite food and whether you prefer to spend your afternoons at the beach or the pool.”

 

DUJOUR MAGAZINE
“Going back year after year is almost like a reunion. We and our children have made lifelong friends there… with any luck, those kids will bring their kids, and three generations of (us) will be basking in the thrill of familiarity every year, for decades to come.”