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Sandals Resorts, the leading chain of luxury all-inclusive Caribbean resorts, has announced expansion plans for Sandals Barbados, which opened in the St. Lawrence Gap area on January 28th, 2015.
Plans to build a whole new Luxury Included resort, connecting to the existing Sandals Barbados resort, were accelerated only six months after the opening of the Sandals Barbados when positive reviews increased demand for the all-inclusive resort.
Since January, Sandals Barbados has been a bestselling resort for the UK market thanks to its prime beachside location and luxurious guest accommodations, which currently include 280 rooms, 11 speciality dining choices (including Sandals Resorts’ first Indian cuisine restaurant), swim-up suites, butler service and romantic fire pits.
Satisfied visitors have praised the Barbados all-inclusive resort’s exclusive amenities, such as the indoor and outdoor soaking tubs, and its three unique villages, including the Ocean Village, the Caribbean Village and the Crystal Lagoon Village.
The new Luxury Included resort, designed to complement the existing Sandals Barbados resort, will included the following amenities; 186 new rooms at all in suite-level categories; dedicated check-in area; newly expanded Red Lane Spa and new entertainment facilities.
Sandals chief executive Adam Stewart commented: “Sandals Resorts is committed to making the all-inclusive resort experience better, more luxurious and more sophisticated every day.
“The reviews our newest Barbados all-inclusive resort is enjoying are proof that the care we’re taking to offer a world-class product and impeccable service standards in a relaxed and playful way is what today’s holiday makers want. We cannot wait to share what’s next.”
The development of the new resort is now in progress and once opened all facilities will be available to guests of Sandals Barbados to enjoy.
Sandals Barbados will be fully operational throughout the works and amenities will not be affected.