The Reef by CuisinArt

Location: Anguilla | Anguilla

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Reef by CuisinArt sits on a beautiful white-sand beach which leads to a marine life-rich reef. It is simply perfect for water sports and beach lounging alike, while there’s superb Japanese, Mexican and Mediterranean food on offer at several restaurants. This luxurious, award-winning retreat is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Perfect forRelaxation, great food and water sports in the Caribbean.
In the knowFood is a speciality here, and much of the fresh fruit and vegetables used in the healthy cuisine served in the restaurants is grown on the resort’s very own hydroponic farm.

Recommended for...

  • Luxury Hotel
  • Beach
  • Water activities
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The Reef by CuisinArt occupies an unbeatable position in Anguilla’s Merrywing Bay, set in landscaped gardens and opening onto a perfect beach.

Rooms at The Reef by CuisinArt

The luxurious suites have a stylish, contemporary design, with living areas featuring big comfy sofas and armchairs – so there’s plenty of places to kick back and relax. Bathrooms feature huge freestanding bathtubs, and walk-in closets mean there’s no excuse for not unpacking. Wraparound balconies overlook either the ocean, the lush hotel gardens or the golf course.

Food & Drink

When it comes to dining, there really is something for everyone. The yacht-themed On the Rock is a stylish venue serving light seafood bites, like soft-shell crab tempura and lobster rolls, alongside a wide range of cocktails.

Tokyo Bay specialises in sushi, sashimi and other Japanese favourites, while Santorini serves European classics like Greek salad, Angus sirloin, and braised pork belly. Breezes is a beachfront restaurant offering ceviche, pasta and Mexican dishes, while the Yacht Club serves superb seafood. In the evening, unwind with a handcrafted cocktail.


The outdoor pool is a supremely relaxing spot as it is, but you can take it to the next level with poolside massages and spa treatments. The hotel’s focus on health and wellness continues in its extensive spa, which is dedicated to whole body treatments and offers a wide menu of wellness therapies including facials, massages, wraps and beauty pampering.

If you’re not relaxed enough already after all that, unwind with some yoga or meditation.

Activities at The Reef by CuisinArt

With such a stunning beachfront location and a colourful reef to explore, water sports are bound to be high on the agenda. Paddle boarding and snorkelling are popular activities, and a ride in a glass-bottomed kayak is a great way to experience life both above and beneath the waves. There is the chance to take lessons in everything from surfing to tennis, while the hotel’s championship Greg Norman-designed 18-hole golf course has stunning views out to the ocean.

If you’re travelling with the family, the children will simply love the Aqua Park at Cove Bay, the largest inflatable water park of its kind in the Caribbean.

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Hotel location

The Reef by CuisinArt is 15 minutes’ drive from Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport.

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