Crystal Lagoon Swim-up Club Level Luxury Room.

What the New Rooms at Sandals Montego Bay Will Look Like

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - August 15, 2017

Sandals Resorts is adding a number of new suite categories at its Sandals Montego Bay resort in Jamaica, and the company has unveiled the first renderings of the new units.

Sandals Montego Bay has six new room categories coming at the end of December, including beachfront Grande Butler swim-up and honeymoon suites, along with four new “Crystal Lagoon” suites, including swim-up one-bedroom butler suites, honeymoon Oceanview butler suites, swim-up club level rooms and honeymoon ocean view rooms with soaking tubs.

Beachfront Swim-up One-Bedroom.

The new Grande Butler suites are available now for travel beginning Dec. 16, while the new Crystal Lagoon suites can be booked for stays beginning Dec. 23.

Beachfront Swim-up One-Bedroom Grande Butler Suite.

The new rooms include king-size wood beds, HD Smart TVs and spa-style bathrooms featuring walk-in showers and long-vessel double sinks.

— CJ Staff

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