Island Hopping Sandals® Style
When heading to The Bahamas, it’s so hard to decide where to go. It’s a case of so many islands, so little time. “Do I want a non-stop party or to just chill on the beach?” you may ask of yourself. “Do I want to spend my time on or in the water, or do I want to play golf?”
With Sandals, there’s no need to choose, because they take island hopping to a whole new level in the Bahamas, with all-inclusive resorts on two islands. Nassau, known for its glittering casinos, Junkanoo festival, duty-free shopping, and exotic adventures, is a high-energy haven that’s drawn glitterati and royalty alike. It’s where you’ll find Sandals Royal Bahamian, formerly The Balmoral Club, where The Beatles (who filmed their movie “Help!” on the island) and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor once stayed. It’s the perfect place to stay, with 10 restaurants, a Red Lane® Spa, and the added adventure of Sandals very own offshore island, with all the luxurious amenities you’d expect from Sandals—a pool with a swim-up bar, beach cabanas and nightly beach parties. Guests in select suites even enjoy the services of a private butler, and Rolls-Royce or Mercedes Benz transfers for top-tier suites, something only Sandals offers.
Life is more unspoiled in the Exumas, which is why it’s such a draw for the international A-list, many of whom f lock to Sandals Emerald Bay. Home to immaculate beaches, untouched natural wonders, and some of the calmest waters in the world, the resort draws those seeking privacy, tranquility, and the pursuit of all things aquatic. The calm waters of the Exumas invite sailing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, scuba diving,* and sports fishing. You can even swim with pigs there. But landlubbers aren’t left out of the game. The Greg Norman-designed championship golf course* hugs a scenic peninsula allowing for both challenging play and spectacular views. Pristine beaches are made for relaxing, eleven restaurants are perfect for gourmet dining, and an awardwinning spa is designed to pamper the mind, body and spirit.
With Sandals Resorts, guests don’t need to choose which island to explore with the new Island Hopping program.