PO Box 240, Maundays Bay, AI-2540, Anguilla, British West Indies
(264) 497-6666 or Toll Free (888) 858-5822
Cap Juluca's 18 separate Moorish-style beachfront villas offer superior and luxury rooms; junior, one-bdrm and two-bdrm suites; a three-bdrm villa or suite with private swimming pool; and a five-bdrm villa with private swimming pool. All have the highest quality fixtures and furnishings, private oceanview terraces, ceiling fan, air conditioning, telephone, refrigerator, marble bathroom, separate shower, and bidet. Abundant service professionals provide an unparalleled level of luxury.
Welcome To Cap Juluca Anguilla
If there is one place that embodies the romance, serenity and physical beauty of the Caribbean, it's Cap Juluca. Located along the intimate crescent of Maundays Bay on the exclusive island of Anguilla, Cap Juluca's Greco-Moorish architecture is as timeless as the sea itself. And thanks to a $28-million renovation, Cap Juluca is tailored to today's travelers and seekers of solace, yet focused on improving your overall resort experience.
From re-envisioning every guest room, to reconstructing the Main House into the new social center of the resort, to the placement of 60,000 new flowering plants, the look of Cap Juluca is both refreshed and rejuvenated. Our guestrooms all now feature luxurious new Stearns and Foster beds and Frette linens, 40' Sony Bravia HDTVs and DVD players, Bose Wave stereos with iPod docking stations, free wireless internet as well as enhanced patio furniture, new towels and new robes. Our world famous powdery white sand beaches have been enhanced with the addition of fashionable custom made chaise lounges.
One of the finest golf experiences in the Caribbean is now managed by Cap Juluca and was just listed as one of the 2011 Golfweek's Best Courses of the Caribbean & Mexico. Temenos Golf Course is a $50 million creation of golf legend Greg Norman. This 7,063-yard championship golf course was first opened in 2006 and offers dramatic elevation changes and water features on 13 holes.
At Cap Juluca, come to a place where sand, wind and water blend seamlessly with world-class dining and the friendliest most welcoming people of the Caribbean. The next time you seek the sun, let Cap Juluca's genuine staff create for you a timeless memory.
Every room is oceanfront so you can feel the gentle Caribbean breeze blowing across your private covered terrace and into your room through louvered plantation shutters in the luxurious villas. Cool, white ceramic floors play off the powder soft, white sand beach just beyond your terrace of your beachfront villa.
Oceanfront settings. Moroccan decor. Impeccable service and enticing menus. The culinary experience at Cap Juluca is one of international inspiration blended with the flavors of the island. Fresh ingredients will be the calling card of each dish created at each of Cap Juluca's restaurants with a garden-to-table approach for most every herb and spice. One taste of our cuisine and you'll admit that Pimms, Spice and Blue are not only among the finest restaurants you've ever experienced throughout the Caribbean, but that they are among the finest restaurants you've ever experienced, period.
Cap Juluca offers the finest facilities for water sports including kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing, water skiing and sailing. A 32 foot boat is available for snorkeling, sunset and island cruises. The concierge can secure a mega yacht, helicopter or a jet for excursions.
Tennis players enjoy the omni-turf surfaced tennis courts and the assistance of a full-time resident pro.
Aqua Golf Driving Range, fitness center, croquet lawn, library and children's programs are a few of the activities that keep our guests entertained when they're not basking on the beach.
History of Cap Juluca
While sitting on Cap Juluca's pristine white sand beach, basking in the Caribbean sun and looking out over the peaceful waves of Maundays Bay, one is enveloped in a sense of serenity. Tension seems to drift away with the tide and concern is carried away on a light breeze. This tranquility is now as it was for thousands of years on the island of Anguilla when inhabited by a peaceful and gentle tribe of Amerindians called the Arawaks. The Arawaks have their origins in South America. Adventurously moving from island to island, the Arawak culture was established throughout the Caribbean. Evidence on the island tells us that the Arawaks had made a home on Anguilla as far back as 1500 BC.
For thousands of years they lived a utopian existence, farming and fishing. Much of what we know of the Arawak culture on Anguilla comes from the petroglyphs and archeological remains discovered in two ceremonial cave sites on the island, The Fountain and Big Spring. The Fountain Cavern features fresh water pools and the Arawaks used the cave for both a source of fresh water and a ceremonial site. This accounts for the large number of petroglyphs found in the cave - the most well-preserved petroglyphs in the Lesser Antilles.
Some petroglyphs, as well as a 5m high stalagmite carved into an enormous head, were identified as the Arawak god JOCAHU "CREATOR - GIVER OF CASSAVA." Others featured an arc with a solar orb flanked by chevron lines. This is believed to be the rainbow spirit, a mystical being that was covered with fine feathers of all colors. His name was Juluca, and he was said to bring luck to fishermen who saw him while on the sea. Cap Juluca was named for the rainbow spirit whose presence can still be felt even today. For after the rains have come and gone, the sun shines through the bright colors of the rainbow and beauty is shared with all. For thousands of years, the Arawak people cultivate peace and tranquility on Anguilla and today we offer a taste of that serenity and invite you to feel the spirit at Cap Juluca.
Set in the crescent-shaped Maundays Bay, the white sand of the Cap Juluca beach stretches from one corner to the other of the resort. It is almost a mile of beautiful, white sand and crystal clear water.
Every luxurious room at Cap Juluca has an ocean view and is located in one of eighteen beachfront villas. The villas are just steps from the gorgeous, soft white sand and clear blue ocean.
Wake each morning to the soft sounds of gentle waves on the shore outside your villa. Start your day with breakfast on your patio while overlooking the ocean, or take a walk in the sand to Blue and have breakfast at the beachfront restaurant. All of Cap Juluca is accessible with a walk down the beautiful beach.
After breakfast, you can just bask in the Caribbean sun on one of our custom, handmade chaise lounges or read a book in one of our hammocks. Take an early morning cardio sculpting class, Pilates or yoga right on the beach. Visit one of the five beach cabana bars and chat with the bartender. Borrow one of our iPods and listen to classic Caribbean music. Cool out in the shade of an umbrella and watch sailboats drift by St. Maarten in the distance.
For lunch, Blue is just steps away along the beach, or have your meal served to you in your chaise by our beach attendants. Indulge in the chilled towels, chilled fruit, sorbet and pastries the attendants will come by with throughout the day.
Spend the afternoon sipping on a fresh blended drink under your umbrella. Go for a walk on the adjoining Cove Bay Beach; more rugged and windswept than Maundays Bay, it's perfect for beachcombing. Play a few sets of beach volleyball. Take a Hobie Wave for a sail. Try your hand at waterskiing or some of the other water sports. Walk down the beach to Blue and enjoy some late afternoon fare.
Do as much as you like on the beach-or do nothing at all. Cap Juluca embodies the true Caribbean beach experience and it is all just steps from your room.
Anguilla is a small treasure in the northern Caribbean. Serene and secluded, it is a flat island with almost no hills and well known for its expansive coral reefs, private bays, turquoise blue ocean, breathtaking large white sand beaches and wonderful and varied Caribbean cuisine. The island combines the colonial tradition of the Caribbean with a contemporary way of life. Holiday travelers will find delectable restaurants and friendly locals on this beautiful Caribbean island.
A British Overseas Territory, the island is sixteen miles in length and nearly three miles wide at its widest point. Friendly Anguillians are proud to welcome you to their home. Anguilla is not just home to some of the most breathtaking beaches, stunning resorts and delectable dining in the world; it is a cultural hub in the Caribbean with sites and historic landmarks dedicated to its heritage. The Anguilla National Trust, part of the local Anguilla government, makes these sites readily available for the enjoyment and education of all visitors.
With its historic sites and museums, art galleries, world class diving, duty free shopping, snorkelling and sailing, Anguilla will captivate you with its Caribbean charm. Every activity that is available on Anguilla can be arranged for you through your hotel concierge.
USA Today "...dive into world class luxury and laid back hospitality."
Town & Country "...the pleasures of an island like this are timeless."
The Travel Channel "Anguilla has the world's best all around beach."
Cap Juluca Details
Is family friendly
Near golf course
PO Box 240, Maundays Bay, AI-2540, Anguilla, British West Indies