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Sandals Introduces Cutting-Edge Accommodations In Saint Lucia & Jamaica

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Excitement for 2023 is building as the global hospitality sector turns its eyes toward Saint Lucia, specifically Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort and Spa, which is getting set to unveil 25 cutting-edge accommodations in early 2023.

The debut of the 20 Joli Beachfront Suites and five (5) new Koko Rondoval Villas, is the realisation of the first phase of an impressive enhancement and expansion programme announced by Sandals Resorts International (SRI) for its three properties in Saint Lucia, with work set to commence soon at Sandals Regency La Toc Golf Resort and Spa, to be followed by Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Beach Resort and Spa.

“Our guest experience drives everything we do and these new suites are emblematic of our unrelenting move across the brands as we challenge ourselves to reimagine every facet of the business,” said Adam Stewart, Executive Chairman of Sandals Resorts International.

“We wanted to go beyond traditional luxury and these new suites are stunners; it’s about design and amenities that make connecting with each other more comfortable and more fulfilling.”

The new enhancements at Sandals Halcyon will offer guests a combination of suites with walkout beach access and private pools, as well as second-story accommodations with balconies featuring Tranquility Soaking Tubs™ – all framed by bright bougainvillea purples and living up to its namesake, the Creole word for ‘beautiful.’

Offering an open-air layout, suite interiors are outfitted in natural woods, hues of blues and soft island floral touches, with king-sized beds perfectly positioned to take in direct sea views from sunrise to sunset.

Celebrating the fruit’s abundance on the island and a nod to the thatched roof, five (5) new Koko Rondoval Villas will be meticulously intertwined among the resort’s lush landscaping, just mere steps from the sea.

The Rondovals, a first for Sandals Halcyon but with its rounded walls and thatched roof considered one of the brand’s most forward-thinking designs, will focus on bringing the outside in with windows that span nearly the entire wall, giving the illusion that the villa extends onto the posh private patio complete with a plunge pool.

The expansion will bring the total number of rooms and suites to 194 modern-meets-quintessentially Caribbean accommodations, complementing the resort’s lush, garden of eden-like pathways, six gourmet restaurants, a bevy of watersports, access to golf, as well as an additional 21 eateries at the two nearby award-winning Sandals Resorts in St. Lucia.

Sandals will also be unveiling next generation expansions to its beloved, flagship family resort, Beaches Negril in Jamaica, pioneering a year of tremendous growth and momentum across both brands, the new additions at both resorts are available for reservations beginning December 12, 2022 for travel beginning April 6, 2023.

Expansions at Sandals Halcyon and Beaches Negril mark just the beginning of new projects for 2023 and beyond including the opening of the highly anticipated Sandals Dunn’s River, debuting in May 2023, as well as additional projects and new openings across Jamaica, Turks & Caicos, Curaçao, St. Vincent & The Grenadines and more. For more information on the latest expansion news from Sandals Resorts International, please visit www.sandals.com.

SOURCE: Sandals Resorts

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Can they first address the safety issues that having events at the golf course are creating for the residence in Cap Estate? Couldn’t get thru last night…again.

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