Land, wood and water! The beauty Sandals of Jamaica

Land, wood and water! The beauty Sandals of Jamaica

Sandals Jamaica is home to seven, yes seven, different Sandals locations as well as two Beaches locations.

  • Sandals Montego Bay (Montego Bay).
  • Sandals Carlyle (Montego Bay).
  • Sandals Royal Caribbean (Montego Bay).
  • Sandals Ochi (Ocho Rios).
  • Sandals Royal Plantation (Ocho Rios).
  • Beaches Ocho Rios (Ocho Rios).
  • Sandals Negril (Negril) Beaches Negril (Negril).

Sandals Whitehouse (Whitehouse).

The beauty of Sandals Jamaica offering is that they have a “Stay at one, play at all” policy. That means that no matter which Sandals or Beaches resort you are staying at, you can enjoy the amenities of all the Sandals or Beaches resorts on the island! If you have a hard time deciding, choose Jamaica and have it all. When it comes to food, you’ll have the choice of 50 restaurants and 35 bars! It would be wise to get to know what is being served at each resort to make sure you find what’s right for you. Jamaica offers the greatest selection of experiences across those nine locations and some you might not find anywhere else. For instance, Sandals Royal Caribbean features The Royal Thai, which isn’t found at many of the other Sandals locations. The Royal Plantation features The Tea Terrace, another little uncommon gem. Be forewarned though, if you have chosen a Sandals getaway, arriving at a Beaches resort for dinner or amenities might be a bit of a culture shock. Remember that Beaches resorts are aimed at vacationing families, which means children. Your tranquility might be somewhat shaken if not stirred. If activities are what you are after, Jamaica does not disappoint with deep sea fishing, eco-tourism, swimming with dolphins, even visits to rum makers Appleton Estates.


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