As the company prepares to welcome guests back to the Caribbean, Sandals Resorts International has introduced new Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness in an attempt to build trust with holidaymakers.
With all Sandals and Beaches properties in the Caribbean closed until at least mid-May, the chairman is keen to reassure guests about the long-term success of the company.
Sandals Resorts International has provided the Jamaican government with access to a 52-room hotel Sandals Carlyle. The property will be used as an isolation centre for patients who have recovered but still need additional space to be monitored before returning home.
Sandals Resorts International will close its properties in the Caribbean until May 15th to protect guests and staff against the spread of Covid-19. All resorts under both the Beaches and Sandals brands are expected to close their doors in March 30th.
AC Hotels by Marriott has announced the opening of AC Hotel Kingston. In a recent walk-through of the hotel, minister of tourism for Jamaica, Edmund Bartlett, said: “The debut of a brand like AC Hotels in Kingston will solidify the city’s status as a strong city tourism destination.”
Kirsty Lilley has been appointed as business development manager for Unique Vacations UK, an affiliate of the exclusive worldwide sales and marketing representative for Sandals and Beaches Resorts.
Sandals Resorts International has concluded a transformation of its flagship resort and the completely redesigned Sandals Montego Bay. Guests can lounge on a hammock suspended above turquoise waters by day and enjoy sunset cocktails gathered around the intimate fire pits by night.