Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club, a new property set to open in Anguilla in the Caribbean in November 2021, will debut with a fleet of jets exclusive to the resort — an industry first — offering charter service for guests with direct airlift from key U.S. markets. The feature will not only make travel to the destination easier than ever before, it will position the resort as a major player in luxury resorts in the Caribbean.
Formerly the Resorts & Residences by CuisinArt, one of the most iconic hotels in the Caribbean, Aurora Anguilla will span over 300 acres, so private jet guests will have commanding views across the turquoise sea as they land directly on the property. The resort has 178 rooms, and is set on the idyllic Rendezvous Bay.
In addition to the fleet of private jets, Aurora Anguilla will offer culinary destinations overseen by Chef Abram Bissell and an 18-hole Greg Norman Signature Design championship golf course.
The property’s new design, overseen by Leo A Daly, will roll out in phases, ultimately upgrading all public spaces, guest rooms and suites. Newly-unveiled interiors will reflect the island’s relaxed vibe, blending an aesthetic that is both sophisticated and serene. Guests will uncover bright, airy spaces, with natural materials and highlights of the resort’s signature shade of orange, a nod to the Anguillan sunrise, and deep blue, reflecting the azure Rendezvous Bay where the resort is set.
The culinary vision has been designed by Chef Abram Bissell, who is inspired by the community, committed to uncovering the traditions, the stories, the flavors and the playful nature of island dishes that represent the local culture. Chef Abram resides in Anguilla with his family after many years as a celebrated chef in New York City, where he helmed the kitchens of both The Modern and Eleven Madison Park, where he earned two- and three-Michelin stars, respectively.
The varied restaurants’ offerings have been created to honor the culinary heritage of Anguilla and the ingredients grown, caught and raised around the island. Guests will discover refined twists on Anguillan cuisine alongside Chef Abram’s signature new-American cooking which is focused on ingredient-driven culinary excellence. A defining element of the resort’s food and beverage offerings comes from the Hydroponic Farm and Orchard, where each day Chef Abram and his team find inspiration from the harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Aurora International Golf Club, the crown jewel of the property, will debut alongside Aurora Anguilla, unveiling a comprehensive remastering overseen by Greg Norman Golf Course Design. In its new chapter, the 18-hole signature design championship course, the only golf course on the island, has been created with the goal of being among the best in the world, pairing challenging, dramatic holes with breathtaking ocean views.
The Golf Club will be home to best-in-class amenities, including spacious practice facilities, fully outfitted locker rooms for men and women, a restaurant overseen by Chef Abram, and more. A nine hole short Signature golf course, also designed by Greg Norman, will be introduced as the perfect amenity for families, those who are new to the sport and travelers seeking to sneak in a quick round.
Aurora Anguilla plans to usher in a re-imagination of paradise for the iconic property and island, and well as carry out a mission of supporting the island community. Aurora Anguilla has plans for a community clinic that will support the health and wellbeing needs of the island, according to Aurora Anguilla, and staff at the resort will also be retained throughout the temporary closure as enhancements are implemented.
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