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I know a thing or two about Sandals Resorts-

So, if you're looking for some inspo and info; you're in the right place!

As a Chairmans Royal Club Member, I was invited as one of very few advisors world wide to join the rankings based on my expertise and sales within the Sandals Brand.

I have sent hundreds of clients to every Sandals Resort imaginable - as well as visted - allowing me to know these resorts inside and out, making it the best place for you when making your choise!


Each resort will display its own vibe and style.

If you're wanting a more quiet property I would advise you to stay at Halcyon, Emerald Bay, Grenada or Royal Caribbean. These are smaller in size, known to have less activities and overall a more boutique style to them. I like to think they are the best of every world, espeically for honeymooners.

If you're wanting a more updated property I would advise you to stay at Sandals Curacao, Dunns River or St Vincent! These are brand new (within the last ~4 years)- making them most updated and modernized. Perfect for the younger honeymoon crowd that wants that insta-worthy picture!

If you're wanting a more upbeat and social vibe I would advise you to stay at Sandals Montego Bay, Ochi, Bahamian, or Grande St Lucian. These are larger in size (for the most part) but also tend to attract a more social clientele!


Not every beach is made equal.

Majority are public - some being more public than others (Antigua), so always keep that in mind.

Curacao beach is on an inlet, making it small but mighty in my opinion! It is not best for true beach lovers but I think they did a fabulous job!

My personal favorite beach is Negril - water makes you think you're somewhere like Maldives! But many clients love the Bahamas for their waters!

Needless to say~ using a travel advisor for your Sandals Honeymoon is truly underrated.

STOP asking Facebook groups, advice from friends of friends, and reading millions of reviews.

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