Royalty returns to Sandals Royal Bohamian
This New Year has brought an entirely new experience to famed Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island in Nassau, as well as a nod to the resort’s history as a royal escape for the British Monarchy during the early 20th century.
The 144 rooms in the resorts’ existing Manor Block will experience a complete transformation both inside and out this spring. Featuring a lighter, contemporary look, the rooms and suites in the newly-renamed “Balmoral Tower” will include travertine-style oversized rectangle tiling instead of carpet, mahogany entertainment units with a 42 inch plasma television, bar area and refrigerator, neutral draperies with open-weave sheers, and gorgeous large-scale area rugs featuring teal, charcoal and amber accents.
The renovated bathrooms will include contemporary stained mahogany his and her vanities with porcelain basins and Carrera marble tops, backlit mirrors, and white beveled subway tiles with blue, cream and amber glass accent tiles in the showers.
The most exciting feature is the large balconies being added to 42 of the ocean view rooms in the Balmoral Tower. An additional five ground-floor rooms will now become walk-out rooms, providing direct access onto the newly-finished white concrete pool deck, which incorporates local fauna and conch shells and are similar to the new decks at Beaches Turks & Caicos’ Italian Village and Sandals Emerald Bay.
At night, snuggle up in front of a romantic fire pit in the expanded beachfront lounge area or enjoy a cool drink during warm afternoon from an all-new daytime bar on the pier before you sail off the resort’s private offshore island. An upgrade to the popular Gordon’s Restaurant will bring an even better dining experience to Sandals Royal Bahamian this spring.