The plans will return one of Jamaica’s most storied resorts, the Dunn’s River property in Ocho Rios, to the Sandals family as Sandals Dunn’s River.
Sandals will embark on a multi-million-dollar renovation of Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort. The renovation ties in with plans to honour Sandals Resorts’ 25th anniversary in the Bahamas.
Sandals Resorts International continues its development in the Caribbean as Sandals Royal Barbados breaks ground on an exciting new expansion, just in time for the summer season.
Funded through contributions raised by the Sandals Foundation, the scholarship is available to full-time team members who will be evaluated based on their financial needs.
While travel from and to the UK is not permitted currently, Sandals and Beaches Resorts are taking proactive steps for when customers are able to return to the islands.
Sandals Resorts International has announced the appointment of Adam Stewart as executive chairman of the company. He becomes just the second chairman in the 40-year history of the resort brand.
Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has led a series of heartfelt tributes to Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, founder of Sandals Resorts International, who died earlier this week.
Breaking Travel News here takes a look back at the life of Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart – the award-winning hotelier and larger than life character who died earlier in the United States at the age of 79
Caribbean hospitality giant Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart has died. The Jamaican-born hotelier, founder of Sandals Resorts International, died in the United States earlier after a short illness.
Sandals Resorts International has signed an agreement that will bring the company to a brand-new destination, at the Santa Barbara Resort on the island of Curaçao.
Caribbean holiday specialist Sandals has reported that the number of bookings made within three months of departure has doubled in response to uncertainty around government quarantine decisions.
Sandals has revealed that clients travelling in 2020 are staying on holiday 16 per cent longer in than during the previous year two years, according to booking data.