There is little to complain about at Curtain Bluff, but the main thing that I found to be a problem was that there wasn’t some sort of food or meal available at all times.If for some reason you must miss a meal, it is hard to get a bite to eat.
Since there are gaps of several hours in between service for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, if I wanted a snack around 3 pm, it seemed my only option was to buy a candy bar at the gift shop.
In my ideal all-inclusive, even if there isn’t a place you can sit and get food at all times, there should be room service available during the day. This would solve my 3 pm and late-night snacking dilemmas. The bar service is always open, but sometimes a banana daquiri is no substitute for a meal, however delicious it may be.
I would have also appreciated the option of eating my breakfast and dinner at the beachside lounge, as I really enjoyed the casual atmosphere and some nights did not feel like dressing for dinner at the main dining room, but would have enjoyed an open-air meal on the beach as the sun set.
Finally, while there are a few organized activities, including daily diving, fishing, and snorkeling trips, I may have gotten more involved in some of the water sports and activities if more was done to encourage newbies to the sport by offering a daily beginners class for things like kayaking, sailing, and waterskiing.
There are staff on the beach who are happy to instruct, but for guests who aren’t self-motivated, it’s nice to have the jump-start of seeing a time and place to learn, as well as the opportunity to meet other beginners.