Find Sandals Resort In Antigua…All-inclusive. Up until we stayed at Sandals Resorts, we heard “all-inclusive” and winced. We could not really understand why anybody would wish to invest their getaway holed up in one resort for days on end. Wouldn’t you wish to get out to see things and consume the regional food? However with an invite to experience both Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau and Sandals Emerald Bay on Great Exuma, off we visited what all the buzz was about.
Back from almost 2 weeks island hopping around The Bahamas, we can say that we totally enjoyed our stays at both Sandals Resorts in The Bahamas. There were a number of things that could be improved, however in general the experience wasn’t at all what we expected– in a great way. We ‘d certainly consider going all-inclusive again and our Sandals Resorts review shows you why you should too:
With Sandals Resorts, it’s clear up-front that there are no limitations on dining, which activities are included and that you have your pick of exceptional alcohol. There are additional fees, which is really clear on the Sandals site, for a couple of things such as day spa services, off-resort excursions and renting a cabana. And that’s it.
Sandals even has a stringent no tipping policy, so it’s entirely unnecessary to have cash on hand.
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After our first see to Sandals Emerald Bay’s Coffee shop de Paris where we bought a lattes and provided our room key to the barista only to be informed it wasn’t essential, I locked my purse in the safe. We actually required our key cards exclusively to gain access to our space. After days of simply appearing for our dinner booking and just leaving when we were done, I nearly forgot my handbag in the safe when it was time to leave. It was nice.
At both Sandals Resorts, we remained in Club Sandals level rooms that were embellished similarly in British Colonial design. I like the bathroom at Sandals Emerald Bay more since it had a different tub and walk-in shower, and double sinks in the vanity. I did find the restroom lighting a bit dim at Sandals Emerald Bay, however the make-up mirror was lit so that helped.
The Club Sandals level implies additional visitor facilities such being met on arrival by a Sandals concierge, refreshing towels on arrival to the resort, personal check-in that included a signature cocktail or glass of Champagne in the Club Sandals lounge, a trip of the property (which is in fact really beneficial if you have actually not been to that Sandals before) and a devoted concierge to aid with supper bookings and off-resort activities.
The Club Sandals lounge also provides a variety of parlor game and books you can obtain and Kindles that can be used in the lounge. Free wifi is readily available throughout the whole residential or commercial property.
Service at Sandals resorts is typically exceptional by Caribbean standards, and that is real at this Barbados residential or commercial property. Mid-priced Club Level spaces come with access to a concierge lounge.
In terms of centers, there are 3 pool– a dynamic one by the beach with a swim-up bar, the sophisticated one with cabanas, and a 200m-long lagoon pool that snakes under bridges and jets of water. Other facilities consist of non-motorised watersports, a fitness center and an appealing day spa. Guests at Sandals Barbados also have complete access to the facilities at the connected Sandals Royal Barbados home, including another day spa complex, more pool (one on a rooftop) and an indoor bowling alley.
Staff set up daytime activities (volleyball on the beach, water polo etc). The evening home entertainment is excellent, and may include bands on a piazza at the entrance to the resort, perky singalongs in the piano bar, and a sax player wandering the premises playing sensuous tunes. Sandals Resort In Antigua