Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel | Anguilla | If Only

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The sublime rooms blend magical ocean views with a cool décor that reflects the vibrant personality of the Caribbean while two extremely comfortable chaise lounges on the beach are reserved for each guest. In this elegant Anguillan haven, your every need is anticipated, four exceptional dining establishments ensure your taste buds are fully tantalised and there’s a stunning infinity edge pool lined with palm trees, tennis courts, beach volleyball, snorkelling, and diving for those in search of activity. If a more languid approach to your time is needed, then the indulgent surrounds of the Arawak Spa is a place of escape. This is where under the warmth of the Anguillan sun, ancient healing traditions, local products and the restorative power of the ocean come together to create a menu of exceptional therapies. A wealth of Caribbean pursuits await for those who can rouse themselves from the comfort of their sun lounger - from fishing trips with multi-generational local fisherman Shawn, sailing expeditions to Prickly Pear Cay, windsurfing lessons, and early morning nature walks in the cool dawn air with an expert conservationist. For those travelling with youngsters, there are wonderful island adventures to be embarked upon in the Explorers Club with sustainable arts and crafts and a full menu of educational and inspirational activities.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 64 rooms, 42 suites and 7 villas



Elegance and style typify the 66 rooms and 42 suites at Cap Juluca. Dramatic dark tiles cover the floor, the perfect foil for the cool cream walls and vibrant touches of the Caribbean that give a sophisticated sense of place. Private furnished terraces provide a peaceful spot for a contemplative coffee as the day breaks or a magical front row seat for sundowners as the sun slides below the horizon. All rooms offer generous space and wonderful views, whilst the suites and villas also benefit from a 24-hour villa host. If it’s too hard to choose between the glorious beach or the blissful cool waters of a swimming pool, then opt for your own true slice of Caribbean luxury with one of the luxury resort villas which come complete with a private swimming pool and direct access to the beach.



Dining is a joy at Cap Juluca, and guests are spoiled with choice with some of the finest restaurants on the island. Poolside Uchu serves up light bites and fabulous cocktails by day before transforming into a tantalising Peruvian dining experience by night. Cip’s by Cipriani offers a little taste of Italy in the Caribbean with a delightfully casual menu that is rich in flavour. Those in search of romance should head for Pimms’, a local hot spot offering a menu of Anguillan favourites and Caribbean classics overlooking the water. The Cap Shack is perched on the silver sands of Maundays Bay and delivers beach barbecue tapas under the brilliant blue skies to the rhythmic sounds of calypso and reggae, for an unforgettable Caribbean moment.



Relaxation is assured at Cap Juluca as each guest enjoys a reserved sun lounger on the soft white sands, and with chilled towels, bottled water and a beachside food and beverage service so should you be so inclined, you need never leave the comfort of your lounger. Those that do can explore the vivid underwater world with snorkelling experiences or try something new and learn to dive. If you prefer to keep your head above the waves then the options are equally enticing with sailing, kayaking, and windsurfing adventures to be had. A stunning infinity pool lined with plan trees overlooks the beach, perfect for those who like to look but not touch. Tennis courts, basketball and croquet are also on offer for those who crave a little activity under the sun.



Take the time to slow down and reconnect and fully embrace the feeling that comes with space and time to simply do nothing. The Arawak Spa offers an indulgent and tranquil place away from the rest of the world where you can sink into blissful oblivion under the healing hands of the resort therapists. Five treatment rooms ensure total privacy and serenity and there’s a beach cabana for treatments under the warm sea air where you can relax surrounded by the sound of the waves and wind in the palms.



With a choice of beautifully spacious rooms many of which can interconnect, suites and private villas, Cap Juluca is heaven-sent for families. Dedicated menus in the restaurants and through room service will tempt even the faddiest eaters and the Explorers Club is perfect for children aged 4 to 12. With an extensive toy library and a full menu of interactive activities you can be assured your children will have plenty of engaging fun under the Caribbean sun, whilst you enjoy some well-deserved me time.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Anguilla-Clayton J. Lloyd Airport


Approximately a 20 minutes drive from the airport


The average year-round temperature is a pleasant 26 degrees, however it’s placement at the north end of the Leeward Islands does mean it is subject to frequent Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes. These are best avoided by travelling between mid-December and mid-April.