Cap Juluca

Maundays Bay, Anguilla
95
Cap Juluca, Pool

Overview

Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Preferred rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • 100 USD resort credit per room
  • Organized tour to an Anguillan landmark, such as Kavanaugh Caves, Sydney's Antique Museum in George Hill or Heritage Collection at East Point Pond

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Stylish resort on its own 180-acre garden peninsula, fronting one of the finest beaches in the  Caribbean. Whitewashed archways, domes and mock parapets create the look of a fanciful  Moorish oasis. Sixty-nine spacious guest quarters are housed in two-story oceanfront villas.  All units feature marble baths and louvered doors that open onto covered oceanfront terraces;  1,100-square-foot Junior Suites offer large verandas and oversize baths with private garden  solariums. Open-air dining venues include Spice (Moroccan lounge) and Pimms (European/ Caribbean dishes). Amenities include a large freshwater pool, launch for snorkeling, tennis  courts, Aqua Golf driving range, and fitness center; also sunset and island cruises. 

Rates

Oceanfront Luxury Room, from $1,275; Oceanfront Junior Suite, from $1,700 (meal plan available).

Standard Inclusions:

Rates include daily continental breakfast served at Blue or in room, afternoon tea, Monday cocktail reception, Wi-Fi, tennis, children's program, non-motorized watersports and fitness center access.

These published rates, in US dollars, serve only as a guideline for travel planning and may vary based on season, currency exchange rates and other factors. The latest rates, including preferred Andrew Harper rates, are available to our subscribers booking online, directly with the hotels or through the Andrew Harper Travel Office. When booking direct, always provide your Andrew Harper subscriber number. Subscriber benefits are available only in conjunction with Andrew Harper rates.

From our Readers

Danofamelia August 18, 2013 | 19:44:40
We stayed at Cap Juluca in January, 2013. The beach is beautiful. Very windy during our stay, but the beach staff were wonderfully friendly and helpful. The food at Blue was just OK; Pimm was more memorable, although service was inconsistent. Renovations were hard to see -- mostly because of very sloppy painters. The louvered doors on our unit were unattractive and annoying -- had to stay closed, due to insects at night and to keep space cool during the day, which meant shutting out all the light and the view of the beautiful beach. The staff were customer focused. We asked for another room because a large rubber tree was blocking most of our view. Soon after we decided not to change rooms, staff appeared and trimmed the tree to give us an unabstructed view of the resort's best feature -- have I mentioned the beautiful beach?!
Zaremsam September 6, 2012 | 20:48:44
I loved this resort years ago. Spectacular rooms, service ad the most glorious beach. And then the rest of the hotel world in the Carribean caught up. There obviously is something inherently haughty about a resort that resolutely fails to maintain and improve at a rate that stays at ace with the rest of its competition. The service has had a long slide. The cutting edge rooms and prococative vision has devolved into a dreary carelessness. Sad on personal note: my husband and I spent our honeymoon there; our trips before and after that special occasion are treasured memories. The huge flying "water bugs" increased, the physical plant deteriorated, the smiles from the staff have been replaced by some cold indifference and hands are out fr gratuities a comically aggressive manner. I hope the resort recovers: it's almost not fair to under-utilize one of the oft mentioned spectacular beaches.
Marion72161 August 4, 2011 | 5:28:11
We just returned from a 5-day stay at Cap Juluca. The resort is wonderful in so many ways: the common areas are beautiful and well-kept and the beach is like no other in the Caribbean. The sand is a brilliant white and the water an incredible shade of turquoise. The lawn chairs are comfortable and a beach attendant will set them up for you and offer you a cooler filled with ice and Fiji water, well, if he or she isn't too busy talking to their friends. We stayed in a junior suite and although the rooms are need of updating, they are large and bright and offer not only amazing views, but are just steps from the beach. The bathrooms are huge, as is the closet. Free continental breakfast is delivered to your room each morning and it’s a good thing it’s free because that’s about all it is worth. The paid breakfast items are no better and lunch at Blue is mediocre at best. Because our breakfast and lunch experiences at Cap Juluca ranged from poor to average, we decided not to risk dining at Pimms. Service at Cap Juluca, like in most of the Caribbean is sub-par. If you are accustomed to 5-star service at 5-star resorts in the US, it’s best to lower your expectations and just go with it. Overall, Cap Juluca is a nice resort in a great location with an incredible beach.
Leslie Rodgers June 1, 2011 | 16:31:28
We adore Cap Juluca and stayed there in 2008. We are back in Anguilla and renting Moonraker Villa (fabulous!) but last night we went to Pimms for dinner at Cap Juluca. As always, the food and service were excellent. Everything was beautiful as always but, for whatever reason, the once breathtaking foyer/main area is rather plain. A few years ago, it appeared freshly decorated and it was stunning. The Moroccan light fixture was golden and sparkling and there were brilliantly colored fabrics -pillows, rugs, etc. Not sure what's going on with renovations because this was quite plain. Even the once-magnificent light fixture was rusty and dull. We'll stay there again because we love it but does anyone know why the main area has been stripped away of it's sparkle? As far as other renovations go, we did see some renovated suites in 2008 that weren't quite finished but quite spectacular.
Sel77 January 30, 2010 | 20:07:22

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Has anyone stayed at Cap Juluca since it has been renovated? My husband and I enjoyed several visits in the past but haven't been there in about 5 years.

Twotails February 13, 2010 | 17:39:36

My husband and I stayed at Cap Juluca in early January 2010 and had a fabulous time. We had been there before the renovation and were curious about the refurb. The complete renovation of the reception area is spectacular and is a wonderful area to sit, shop, have morning breakfast delights, afternoon tea & treats and is fabulous for watching the sun set outside of their new very chic bar. As part of their program to fully insulate and protect from seasonal storm events they have begun a renovation to replace screen doors with full glass doors. We stayed in a junior suite, which had the glass doors. The beach chairs & umbrellas have been replace d and they are beautiful and most comfortable. Since Cap Juluca has recently traded  'hands' the mission is to accomplish further refurbishments incrementaly.  The food and the staff were excellent. In fact, my husband was not feeling very well one evening and after having asked where the nearest pharmacy might be, although I was about to jump in a taxi to get some medication, the management organized for someone from the hotel to get the medication for us. They were unbelievably kind and concerned for him and went back to the pharmacy again the next day (without us ever asking). Although we did think that our room/bathroom could use a little updating, it is not enough for us to consider not returning and, again, they will be doing more every year. Just to be clear, there are biting bugs in the evening but the resort sprays frequently and they offer cans of "off" in every room. I am very sensitive to bites and did not find the bugs to be a concern afterall. The spa area offers great treatments but the designated spa and workout room area has not been refurbished yet. If that is a major concern then the very nearby 'Cuisinart Spa' is available and I heard it is fabulous. Oh, and how can we not mention the two beautiful soft sandy gorgeous beaches - which have not changed!
Hope this helps!

PackLight August 15, 2010 | 18:42:47

Cap Juluca was one of our most disappointing Caribbean trips. Several things to be wary of:

Ask first whether there's a big group at the resort. We stumbled into a wedding party that had taken over a substantial portion of the rooms. Our requested 2nd floor room was not available because the wedding party had commandeered the desirable rooms. Several dining venues were shut down at various points for the group event.

Avoid the package meal pricing. On our pre-departure statement, many of the meals were individually charged to our account (in addition to the daily meal plan). We phoned to request a correction. When we went to check out, only some of the changes had been made. It took the clerk 30 minutes and many surly stares to make the corrections.

Find out if your room is within easy walking distance of the dining venues. This resort is spread out along the beach and they provide golf carts to travel to/from rooms. However, some guests are told to keep the keys to their carts, reducing the pool of available carts. On several rainy evenings, we got soaked and waited a long time for a ride to dinner from our remote room.

Read the web site very carefully regarding promotions and packages, particularly the phrase "subject to availability". As it turned out, no packages were available during the periods we were interested in. However, the booking engine does not make this clear until you attempt to book a room. If you're trying to match up air and hotel reservations, be sure you've booked the hotel before the air.

Ask if the renovations have moved forward. Our room had some new furniture, but the basic fixtures were dated. It was on the first floor and was dark and cave-like. The door to the bathroom didn't close. The wait for hot water was several minutes. Perhaps future renovations will address this.

Consider other alternatives. Given the high price, we'll certainly look at other destinations where price and quality are more closely aligned.

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Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Preferred rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • 100 USD resort credit per room
  • Organized tour to an Anguillan landmark, such as Kavanaugh Caves, Sydney's Antique Museum in George Hill or Heritage Collection at East Point Pond

Amenities

Air-Conditioning
Babysitting Services
Bar
Beach Access
Beachfront
Bedside Reading Lamp
Biking
Boat Rental
Business Center
Butler
Children Welcome
Concierge
DVD Player
Fitness Center
Fly Fishing
Golf
Golf Pro
Hair Dryer
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Housekeeping Daily
iPod Docking Station/MP3 Player
Kayaking
Laundry
Magnified Mirror
Massage
Minibar with Refrigerator
Outdoor Swimming Pool, Unheated
Parking, Complimentary
Readers' Choice 2007
Readers' Choice 2009
Readers' Choice 2010
Readers' Choice 2011
Readers' Choice 2012
Readers' Choice 2013
Restaurant
Robes
Roll-away/Crib Available
Room Service
Safe
Sightseeing Tours
Smoking Designated Areas
Snorkeling
Spa
Spa Treatment
Sundry Shop/Boutique
Telephone
Tennis Courts
Tennis Pro
TV
Wireless Internet in Public Areas
Wireless Internet, Complimentary

Special Offers

Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits

  • Preferred rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • 100 USD resort credit per room
  • Organized tour to an Anguillan landmark, such as Kavanaugh Caves, Sydney's Antique Museum in George Hill or Heritage Collection at East Point Pond

Special Offer

Cap Juluca Resort - Hideaway Package

Confirm a seven-night stay for the price of six in a Superior, Premium, Luxury or Junior Suite; also receive one complimentary dinner for two (excludes alcohol) and a wine & cheese welcome amenity.

Also Includes:
Andrew Harper benefits, as well as standard inclusions: daily continental breakfast served at Blue or in room, afternoon tea, Monday cocktail reception, Wi-Fi, tennis, children's program, non-motorized watersports and fitness center access.

Dates:

Offer is valid on new reservations only, booked by Nov. 1, 2014, for travel through Dec. 18, 2014, based on availability, and excluding Sept. 1–Oct. 31, 2014 due to seasonal closure. Offer is not combinable with any other promotions.


Cap Juluca - Romantic Rendezvous

They say romance was invented in The Caribbean and perfected at Cap Juluca. This seven-night package includes oceanfront accommodations for two in a Superior Room or Junior Suite, where you’ll be greeted with chilled Champagne. Throughout your stay, enjoy daily continental breakfast, one candlelit dinner for two at Pimms restaurant, a one-hour couple’s massage and a $250 USD resort credit.

Also Includes:
Andrew Harper benefits and any standard rate inclusions.

Dates:

Offer is valid on new reservations only, for travel between Nov. 1-Dec. 18, 2013 and Jan. 4-Dec. 18, 2014, based on availability. Offer is not combinable with any other offers.


To book a Special Offer, call the Andrew Harper Travel Office at (800) 375-4685 or (630) 734-4610, or email Reservations@AndrewHarper.com.

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