With another Bank Holiday on the cards on 3rd June 2022 and one of the May Bank Holidays moved to 2nd June 2022 to create an extra-long weekend to mark the monarch’s massive milestone, there’s never been a better time to start planning the holiday of a lifetime to look forward to.
Live like kings and queens and book a stay at Sandals Royal Barbados, our newest, all-suite resort where extraordinary innovations and luxurious amenities offer an escape like no other. Choose from some of our most lavish suites, such as a South Seas Club Level Junior Palm Suite with Outdoor Tranquillity Soaking Tub. These romantic suites offer everything you'd expect from a royal resort; sumptuous king-size bed, large walk-in closet, rain shower and a beautiful patio/balcony complete with freestanding Tranquility Soaking Tub for two and privacy curtains. Guests enjoy Club Sandals concierge services including private check-in, all day room service, and access to the Club Sandals Lounge.
Despite plans to remove the Queen as its Head of State and become a republic by November 2021, Barbados still has a distinctly British heritage. The country is frequented by many British celebrities and royalty alike thanks to its white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea and rich culture. Visitors to Sandals Royal Barbados will be able to relax in the luxurious resort’s rooftop infinity pool or make friends at the rooftop bar, as well as enjoying a spot of bowling in the evening at Lovers Lanes. Those who have a taste for spice can indulge in a delicious, authentic curry or ‘Ruby Murray’ at the resort’s Indian restaurant, Bombay Club.
Alternatively, sunseekers can opt for Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island where they'll enjoy a kaleidoscope of cultures from Britain to Bali. Think manicured gardens, roaming peacocks and a private offshore island which is home to an authentic Thai restaurant. This resort is also home to 12 Over-the-Water Bungalows and 5 Over-the-Water Villas - our most innovative and luxurious accommodation choices. The Caribbean's first overwater suites sit atop turquoise seas and feature see-through glass floors, a Tranquility Soaking Tub, an over-the-water hammock for two, a private infinity pool and personalised butler service. What could be more royal than that?
Jamaica is still a Commonwealth country and home to familiar sounding destinations including Kingston, Manchester, Middlesex, Surrey and Cornwall. Visitors to Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island in Montego Bay can feel like VIPs by catching the dragon boat from the mainland over to the property’s very own private island where they can explore the beach, grab a cocktail at the swim up pool bar or chow down on some jerk chicken and festivals at the Jerk Shack.
Sandals Resorts are Luxury Included (all-inclusive) and all stays include all meals and snacks, premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, selected land and water sports including up to two free scuba dives per day for PADI qualified divers and golf at selected resorts, gratuities, resort transfers and more.