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Tokyo Bay

True to its name, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, a luxe Caribbean retreat on the island of anguilla, enjoys a reputation for killer food and plush green fairways — especially now, thanks to its recent acquisition of a $50 million Greg Norman golf course. Formerly known as Temenos, the course extends along the coastline and features a resplendent Mediterranean-style clubhouse that also happens to be home to Italia, one of two new signature restaurants on the property. Under the direction of acclaimed chef Massimo Telessi of Parma, Italy, Italia features a vibrant menu of Italian classics using produce from the property’s hydroponic garden, and it offers sweeping views of St. Maarten. The panoramics are equally arresting at CuisinArt’s second (and also new) upscale eatery, Tokyo Bay, a chic showcase for innovative sushi and fresh-seared dishes from a teppanyaki grill. What hasn’t changed is the resort’s stunning whitewashed architecture, inspired by that of the Greek island of Mykonos, which creates a striking contrast against the turquoise sea. From $815, www.cuisinartresort.com