More Word on the Street

7th December 2018

Posted By : Toya Turner


What the travel media is saying about Curtain Bluff


2018 has been good to Curtain Bluff, not least of all because of the rave reviews we have been getting from the media. In the big Readers’ Choice surveys, Curtain Bluff was voted (once again) one of the top resorts in the Caribbean, claiming the #2 ranking from Travel + Leisure and #5 from Condé Nast Traveler. Other titles have also been equally generous with their praise:




Organic Spa Magazine (August 3) called Curtain Bluff “A Slice of Heaven,” and went on to describe the resort as “an easy, breezy place to relax and unwind with family and friends, the kind of place you will want to go back to, year after year.” WeddingWire was equally effusive. In its September 13 roundup of Antigua destination-wedding venues it said, “If you were asked to describe this top-rated resort, you might find yourself at a loss for words.” In an online review, Condé Nast Traveler described Curtain Bluff a “classic Caribbean legend.” And Westchester Magazine (Oct. 22) followed up with “The Classic Escape,” praising not just the resort, but also our philanthropic non-profit program, the Old Road Fund.



On April 11 Harpers Bazaar devoted a full article to Curtain Bluff, calling it “A haven of Caribbean elegance.” In May The Daily Mail raved about Curtain Buff in an article with the long and effusive title, “My fantasy island really does exist! Falling for the Antiguan resort that boasts the perfect mix of champagne, celebrities and sunshine.”Curtain Bluff was one of only 5 resorts included in Brides’ round up of “the world’s best beach honeymoons” (August 20). The Telegraph listed Curtain Bluff among the “hottest Caribbean hotel openings for winter 2018” (Nov. 1). AndThe Times (print) raved about our Tennis Challenge (May 4-11, 2019), calling it “a blend of tuition, competition and, well, partying” (September 15), then gave us a “five star” rating in its “Taking Off” column (Nov. 11).