‘Stay at one, play at two’
REGIONAL AND marketing manager for Blue Diamond Resorts, the management company for the Royalton fleet of hotels, Kerry Ann Quallo Casserly, said both Royalton Blue Waters and its sister property, Royalton White Sands, have their uniqueness “that makes them special”.
“The kiddies’ area at both resorts is a popular feature,” she said. “Absolutely, the best family resorts you will find anywhere. You can leave your kids between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m . ... We will take care of them while parents can go and enjoy their own time away. That’s what makes us special.” She also spoke glowingly about the Lazy River.
The Lazy River is a pool in which you sit in a tube and allow the current to take you lazily through the resort’s pool area,” Quallo Casserly explained. “This has grown and is still growing, in popularity and is also a part of our marketing programme. To say people are in love with the Lazy River would be putting it mildly.”
Quallo Casserly further shared that room count on both properties is a combined 579 rooms, with Royalton White Sands boasting 351 and Royalton Blue Waters 228. The staff ratio she said is two to one.
And is there a stark difference between both properties? “The Royalton Blue Waters is all suites,” she said. “It’s all in luxury, an allinclusive family resort, offering the best bang for your buck! Actually, we have a stay-at-one, play-at-two experience special going on.”
The children’s play area.