Sandals Resorts International has reopened another three of its Caribbean resorts, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The company has officially reopened its all-inclusive Sandals Emerald Bay resort on Great Exuma in The Bahamas, along with the Sandals Grande St Lucian resort in Saint Lucia.
That also includes the July 9 relaunch of the Sandals Negril Resort in Jamaica.
The two resorts join a number of Sandals resorts that have already reopened, including the Sandals Grande Antigua resort and a pair of resorts in Jamaica: the Sandals Royal Caribbean and Sandals Montego Bay.
Sandals has also announced opening dates for several more of its properties in the Caribbean.
That includes three more resorts in Jamaica: Sandals Ochi, which will open Sept. 3; Sandals South Coast, which will open Oct. 1 and Sandals Royal Plantation, pegged for Oct. 8.
Saint Lucia’s Sandals Regency La Toc resort is slated to reopen Aug. 31, while the Sandals Halcyon Beach in Saint Lucia will reopen Nov. 1.
And Sandals’ other resort in The Bahamas, the Sandals Royal Bahamian, is targeting a Nov. 1 reopening date, according to the company’s Web site.
All of the reopenings have come with Sandals’ new “Platinum Protocol of Cleanliness” health and safety program, which covers all aspects of the guest experience, from check-in to room hygiene to interactions.
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