Sandals Barbados Will Reopen in 2015

Following a brief closure to undertake a wide-ranging enhancement program, Sandals Barbados will reopen its doors on January 28, 2015. As of now, April 24, VIPs can book a Luxury Included stay at Sandals Barbados for travel from January 28, 2015 through December 2016 with rates starting at $659 per person, per night.

“The plans for Sandals Barbados are thrilling and our guests can’t wait to book these rooms,” said Gordon “Butch” Stewart, Chairman of Sandals Resorts International, in a written release.  “We couldn’t be more excited to ‘Sandalize’ this resort and know that it will complement the stunning beach and provide our guests with all the luxury and amenities they desire.”

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Sandals Barbados offers a selection of 280 luxury accommodations that range from opulent beachfront butler suites to new swim-up river suites situated in the resort’s lush tropical garden. In Barbados, they say they have mastered the art of how to truly live, and Sandals Resorts is honored and excited to bring the Sandals difference and lifestyle to this Caribbean paradise. 

A Luxury Included Vacation at Sandals Barbados offers guests an experience incomparable to any other all-inclusive resort and there will now be even more options for guests including 11 Discovery Dining choices that span the globe inlcuding steakhouse, Butch’s Chophouse, and the brand’s first ever Indian restaurant; new contemporary furnishings throughout all rooms and suites including mahogany four-poster beds, flat-screen televisions, lavish bathrooms, and luxurious indoor and outdoor soaking tubs; Sandals’ exclusive Red Lane Spa with six new treatment rooms in traditional Barbadian architecture, including an exclusive VIP suite with private tub, outdoor shower, relaxation area and more. 

Visit www.sandals.com/main/barbados.
 

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