Sandals Resorts International, which was among the first hotel companies to relaunch as the region’s tourism industry reopened, is planning to reopen more resorts in the region.
Sandals has already reopened five of its resorts in the Caribbean, including one in Antigua; three in Jamaica and one in Saint Lucia.
Beginning next month, Sandals will begin another wave of reopenings, kicking off with the relaunch of the Sandals Regency La Toc in Saint Lucia on Aug. 31 (that will join the already-relaunched Sandals Grande St Lucian).
On Sept. 3, Sandals will reopen a fourth resort in Jamaica, the Sandals Ochi, followed by a pair of resorts in Barbados on Sept. 9: the Sandals Royal Barbados and Sandals Barbados resorts.
On Oct. 1, Sandals will reopen its Sandals Grenada resort and its Sandals South Coast resort in Jamaica.
On Oct. 8, the Sandals Royal Plantation, also in Jamaica, will be reopening.
That will be followed by the relaunch of the Sandals Halcyon Beach resort in Saint Lucia on Nov. 1.
The all-inclusive company also announced it was planning to open both of its resorts in The Bahamas, the Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau and the Sandals Emerald Bay in Exuma on Nov. 1, 2020.
And while the pandemic has significantly affected the wider tourism industry, it hasn’t slowed SRI, which just announced an expansion into the island of St Vincent.
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