Sandals Resorts International has begun accepting reservations for the Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, an all-inclusive resort scheduled to open March 27.
The 50-acre property had been conceived as a family-oriented Beaches resort back in 2020, but the project has since been repositioned under the adults-only Sandals brand. The resort in capital city Kingstown is an overhaul of the former Buccament Bay Spa and Resort, which shuttered in 2016.
The bedroom of a swim-up suite at the Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Photo Credit: Sandals Resorts International
The 301-room Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines will offer a variety of accommodation categories, including two-bedroom butler villas, which Sandals says will be the brand’s “most expansive suites to date.”
The resort will be home to 16 food and beverage outlets, including Buccan, Sandals’ first communal-style restaurant. Buccan will specialize in seasonal platters designed for sharing. It will feature an open kitchen.
Other culinary highlights are Parisol, an open-air beach club serving small plates and cocktails; a rum bar called Three Jewels; and Imoro, a grab-and-go concept with a menu focused on health-conscious fare.
Guests will have access to several pools (including a 300-foot linear pool) and the Red Lane Spa.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Sandals’ ninth Caribbean destination as well as the 18th Sandals resort.
The opening follows the debut of the Sandals Dunn’s River in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, earlier this year.
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