April 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Cap Juluca in Anguilla, British West Indies

Wear sunglasses at Cap Juluca – between the blinding-white Anguilla sand, the cool white tile floors under graceful Greco-Moorish crescent doorways, and the occasional white-hot star of the Hollywood variety, it's very bright indeed. Situated on 179 acres with a high staff-to-guest ratio, Cap Juluca just finished a major refurbishment, making it an even more enticing destination for grand living. Spring for a bottle of champagne at the beachfront bistro that feels like an outpost of Côte d'Azur.

Lounge on your garden terrace in total privacy. Amble down to the beach, where turquoise waves roll gently ashore. Stretch out on a custom-made chaise lounger under an oversized umbrella at water's edge. Cool off with sorbet and a chilled towel from the beach attendant. Wander south to dine on miso-brushed red snapper filet followed by mango crème brulée. Forget what it feels like to take your feet out of the sand.

Location of Cap Juluca

Maundays Bay, Al-2640, Anguilla, British West Indies

Nearest Airport: AXA

Amenities for Cap Juluca

  • General Information
  • 70 Rooms, Suites & Villas
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 3 Bars
  • Room Service
  • 4 Restaurants
  • Beach Wait Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Picnics
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Wellness Center
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Cable Television
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • DVD Players
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Terraces
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Business
  • Business Services
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Casinos
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Marina
  • Nature Reserve
  • Market
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for Cap Juluca

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

One of the greatest views I've ever witnessed. Ocean crystal clear sand like powder. Combined with drinks and lunch from Cap Juluca that were absolutely delicious " lobster rolls and ribs 😋" definitely a Top Destination! Must come back!

William J - Decatur, Georgia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I came to Anguilla for a relaxing vacation after a very busy period of work and chose Cap Juluca after reading about their great beach. What I didn't know is how absolutely wonderful the staff and service would be at CJ. The hotel itself is very beautiful. It doesn't have the extensive lush grounds that, say, Cuisinart has, but the beach trumps pretty flowers. The restaurants on the grounds are very good as well, and breakfasting every day at Blue with a view of the water is nothing short of stunning. As a hotel for a solo traveler, it's not the most ideal place. Most people here are couples and keep to each other, so meeting people or even enjoying a friendly hello are a little hard to come by. But the rest of the island's restaurants, beaches and bars can definitely provide you with lots of easy conversation with locals and visitors.

Nicole H - Annandale, Virginia, United States

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This property is so relaxing & peaceful. It is a true treat to vacation there. The service is wonderful. The staff is so kind & courteous. The suites are elegant. This property exudes elegance. We will return!

1Luxurytraveler - Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our first time staying at Cap Juluca after admiring this property for many years. First off, Maunday's beach is truly one of the most beautiful beaches on earth.This lovely crescent of powdery white sand and clear turquoise water is breathtaking especially at mid-day when the colors are the most magnificent. Cap Juluca is the only resort on this beach so it feels very private and secluded with your own padded beach chairs and umbrellas set up for each villa. There are several beach hut stations so with a tip of your flag on the beach umbrella you can get cocktails and lunch served right on the beach (tasty pina coladas!). The staff also gets your chairs set up with towels and provides a cooler packed with water for the day. Every day at 3 pm they come around with several flavors of sorbet to sample. The tea service between 4 and 5 every afternoon is also a nice touch. The proximity to Cove Bay and the walk to Cove Bay each morning was also a wonderful treat. We received an automatic room upgrade upon check-in to a second story room with an amazing bathroom that featured a shower that opened up to a back patio set up with lounge chair. I want to replicate this bathroom at home if only we lived in a warmer climate! The room was nicely arranged and the bed was comfortable. We opened up the doors to the veranda and the view is amazing. I was pleasantly surprised that we weren't bothered by mosquitos even with leaving the door open. It would have been nice to have a coffee maker in our room and enjoy sipping coffee while relaxing on the balcony. We ate breakfast each morning (included in room price) at Blue and were impressed with the offerings of fresh fruit, pastries, breads and made to order egg station. We had 1 dinner at Pimm's (stayed 3 nights) and while it was good it was a bit pricey even by Anguilla standards. We typically patronize local or non resort affiliated restaurants when we visit Anguilla since there are so many wonderful restaurants with talented chefs on the island. We found the service level at the resort to be a bit "off" for a luxury resort. Staff tends to be more stand-offish at least until you talk to them or they become more comfortable with you. The other observation is while we understand beaches are public, there are always people camped out on the far end of the beach closest to the lobby building. Granted we have always stopped here and walked the beach when not a guest of Cap Juluca but as a guest it feels like this could be made more unobtrusive. With that said we would definitely stay here again. The beach alone is worth the price of admission!

Jodee S - Afton, Minnesota

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked a week here for a family vacation after our first choice, the Four Seasons, was full. The pictures of the beach looked nice and it has an excellent reputation based on most of the other posts on TripAdvisor, so we figured it was worth a try despite the very steep room costs (north of $1,500 per room including taxes). We were shocked on arriving here, however, and each day has been worse! For a truly exorbitant room cost, you get a very tired, 1960's room with rickety doors and uncomfortable furniture. The air conditioning is loud and erratic, but you need to keep it on because the doors to the patio have no screens to keep out the numerous mosquitos. And the food -- breakfast is a sad joke of a small selection of bread and a tiny plate of fruit, usually picked over. You can get a watery omelet but anything else is extra cost and wait. Lunch is worse. For dinner there are two restaurants -- Spice (which even the taxi drivers tell you to avoid) and Pimms, which is ok food at premium prices. The staff ranges from very nice in a few cases (the beach attendants) to mostly detached and disinterested. The "fitness center" consists of a small room with antique exercise and weight-lifting machines, a number of them broken. And there are wild roosters that wander the grounds and begin crowing at dawn, in case you like to get up extra early on vacation. The whole resort feels partially abandoned. The three buildings between ours and the main reception building are padlocked and the grounds are overgrown. The beach is generally empty except when one of the party boats arrive to deposit tourists on the "private" beach. In fact, we have never seen more than a handful of guests at the hotel at any time, which makes it feel pretty desolate. This is particularly surprising since we are here in mid-March and would have expected full occupancy. The general feeling here is of an old resort gradually being run into the ground. I have stayed at five star hotels and resorts all over over the world and have have never paid so much money for so little comfort as this one! There are much nicer Marriotts and Hyatts in the Caribbean for far less money. Avoid the Cap Juluca!

johnjohm - New York City, New York

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