Sandals was one of the first to reopen resorts in the Caribbean over the last few months and more will be reopening soon.
In a recent virtual conference regarding the Comeback of Caribbean Tourism, Adam Stewart, Deputy Chairman for Sandals Resorts International, mentioned that they’re seeing strong demand for 2021 and they want to get back to giving people the vacation of a lifetime. Encouraging words for a comeback.
The resorts that had already reopened include Check PricesSandals Grande Antigua, Check PricesSandals Montego Bay, Check PricesSandals Royal Caribbean, Check PricesSandals Negril, Check PricesSandals Grande St. Lucian, and Check PricesRegency LaToc, Check PricesSandals Royal Barbados, and Check PricesSandals Barbados.
Additional protocols and cleanliness standards were added to the health and safety measures already in place to create Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness.
These protocols begin the moment guests arrive at the airport and continue all throughout each property with 18-touchpoints including digital menus and 12 cleaning protocols for suites that even use a UV Led Light to validate cleanliness.
The brand also uses #BackToHappy now that they’re reopening and welcoming guests.
“If there’s an upside to this, it’s seeing the faces of team members and their sheer happiness to be back to work.” Stated Gordon “Butch” Stewart, Chairman of Sandals Resorts. “At the start of the year, travel was more accessible than ever, and as an industry, we were reporting record occupancies. Despite it all, we made a promise that when it was time to return, we would come back stronger and better than ever before.”
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The remaining resorts that will reopen over the next few months include Check PricesSandals Ochi on December 17, Check PricesBeaches Ocho Rios on Dec. 18, Check PricesSandals Halcyon Beach on January 15, Check PricesSandals Royal Bahamian on January 28, and Check PricesSandals Emerald Bay on February 1st.
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