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20 Jun 2018
Belmond announces Andrew Gaskin as Executive Chef at Belmond Cap Juluca, the global brand's newest island-chic Caribbean hideaway opening on November 17, 2018. As the recipient of Best Chef Award 2017 (a top 300 list voted for by industry peers) and the winner of two silver medals at the ScotHot World Culinary Grand Prix, Gaskin brings his diverse culinary experience to the laid lack island of Anguilla. His goal is to introduce healthy cuisine and relaxed dining concepts that reflect the sanctuary of Belmond Cap Juluca.
5 Apr 2018
Following a series of award-winning design and renovation projects last year, Belmond today reveals details of seven highly distinctive developments across its unique portfolio of hotels, trains and cruises in 2018.
21 Mar 2018
21st March 2018 – Today, Belmond reveals plans for its new island-chic hideaway, Belmond Cap Juluca and opens for highly anticipated first reservations.
22 Jan 2018
Belmond reveals 'The List' and raises a toast to its beautiful new hotel openings, pioneering rail experiences and once-in-a-lifetime adventures on the horizon in 2018.
Belmond Cap Juluca complements the brand’s personality of authentic escapes that blend perfectly with nature, local culture and inspire a sense of wellbeing. Set on one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches, overlooking the aquamarine waters of Maundays Bay, the unspoilt setting encourages guests to unwind to the slow rhythm of Caribbean island life.
The multiple award-winning property features Greco-Moorish architecture spread over two crescent-shaped coves with ocean view suites and villas that offer secluded privacy set within lush tropical gardens. There are four restaurants and bars, a large salt water pool, tennis courts, a fitness centre, a library and private screening room. The property was developed by Linda and Charles Hickox, the current resort owners, nearly 30 years ago.
The laid-back island of Anguilla boasts some of the best beaches in the Caribbean with the softest white sand and clear blue waters where dolphins swim in the surf. There is a well-developed pioneering food scene and colourful beach bars; the island is a haven for those wishing to escape and disconnect from everyday distractions.
Complimentary water sports are available on the beach including scuba diving excursions, water skiing on Maundays Bay, wake boarding, sea kayaking, windsurfing, paddle boarding, Sunfish and Hobie Cat catamaran sailing.