means ‘sacred place’ in the Arawak Indian language, is close to Fountain Cave, one of the most
important Indian ceremonial grounds in the Eastern Caribbean. The all-suite hotel is on Shoal Bay
East, a two-mile beach of powdery white sand. Its informal chic was designed with the young and
young-at-heart in mind. Modeled after the minimalist cool of Miami’s South Beach and the relaxed
sophistication of St. Barts, it offers a sampling of the fun that goes with these
Widely recognized as one of the world’s best beaches, Shoal Bay East
provides excellent snorkeling and diving at Kú’s doorstep by day, and is conducive to
The hotel has 27 suites, a lively beachfront restaurant and bar,
large beach front freshwater pool, delicatessen, spa, gym, dive shop and
spacious, 775 sq. ft. suites at Kú are air conditioned, airy and bright, with an oceanfront or
ocean view balcony. Each has a living/dining room, full kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, ceiling fans
and a safe.
The suites are minimalist in style and are in white with pale aqua
walls and white furniture and curtains. King- or twin-sized beds are covered with light, white
duvets. Suites have radio, DVD and CD players, Televisions and Internet.
The kitchens are fully-equipped with refrigerator, stove, microwave,
toaster, blender, coffee maker, pots, pans, electric kettle, flatware and dinnerware. The bathrooms
have a hair dryer, shower and fluffy towels and bathrobes.