Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island in Montego Bay has welcomed His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales on the latest stop of his Caribbean tour to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
With the world watching, Sandals Resorts hosted Prince Harry for a chic beach party on Sandals Royal Caribbean’s private island to celebrate Jamaica’s unique culture, music, history and cuisine.
“It was truly an honour for us to host Prince Harry at Sandals Royal Caribbean,” said Adam Stewart, chief executive of Sandals Resorts.
“Sandals Resorts embodies the culture and vibe of Jamaica, and we were delighted to help him experience what our island is all about.”
Throughout the event, Prince Harry enjoyed traditional Jamaican cuisine including the world renowned Jamaican Jerk flavour, a dessert trio featuring delicious local fruits, and entertainment of Fire Dancers and a Steel Pan Band.
Additionally, a special presentation was created in his honour, which featured a musical journey of Jamaica through dance, showcasing varying styles of music from Quadrille and Ska to Rock-steady and, of course, Reggae.
During the event, Sandals Resorts chairman Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart and chief executive Adam Stewart welcomed His Royal Highness, and the Prince was presented with a piece of local Jamaican art from the Jamaica Tourist Board.
Sandals is considered the World’s Leading All-inclusive Company by the World Travel Awards.