Sandals Resorts International has raised the bar in luxury accommodations at two of its properties in Jamaica, sending what it said is a strong signal of its commitment to continuously innovating and elevating guest experience while deepening its investment in the island’s tourism industry.
The all-inclusive resort chain, a sister company to this newspaper, has unveiled the world’s first-ever Swim-up Rondoval Suites and completely reimagined 112-room beachfront Dutch Village at Sandals South Coast, as well as upgrades of 36 rooms at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay.
“The first-ever Swim-up Rondoval Suites at Sandals South Coast are Jamaica’s newest and most secluded luxury accommodations. Each suite features zero-entry swim up access, a private plunge pool, an outdoor Tranquility Soaking Tub for two, and Sandals Resorts’ new signature Serenity Swing with scenic views,” Sandals stated in a news release on Monday.
The suites, the company said, are located in the resort’s brand-new South Seas Village situated on the 17,040 sq ft swim-up pool, the longest in the western hemisphere.
“To round out Sandals South Coast’s portfolio of romantic upgrades, the secluded retreat also debuted the fully renovated Dutch Swim-Up Village, setting the scene for modern relaxation inspired by the sea,” the all-inclusive resort said, adding that the new village boasts “112 magnificent, beachfront rooms with outdoor Tranquility Soaking Tubs for two, free-standing tubs with a separate shower in select categories and direct swim-up pool access for select rooms”.
The upgrade at Sandals Royal Caribbean runs across the property’s Caernarvon and Arundel buildings.
“Located in the resort’s Caribbean Village and joining the new Sandringham building introduced earlier this year, the newly renovated poolside rooms feature custom furniture, Tranquility Soaking Tubs for two, new bathrooms and a range of enhancements that update and modernise the rooms, offering guests the most luxurious accommodations possible,” Sandals said.